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Danbury Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Danbury City Public Records?

Danbury City public records are documentary materials prepared, collected, maintained, or used by a government body that contain information concerning a public agency’s conduct or business in the city. These records may be handwritten, typewritten, printed, photographed, taped, or stored in any other format. In compliance with the FOI Act, records maintained by any public agency in Danbury City shall be public records and every person shall have the right to inspect or copy them, excluding documents otherwise exempted by state statute or federal law. Examples of records exempted from public disclosure include:

  • Preliminary notes and drafts withheld because the need for privacy outweighs public interest.
  • Medical files and personnel records that would constitute an invasion of personal privacy if disclosed
  • Investigation techniques, identities of informants/witnesses, juvenile arrest records, and other law enforcement records concerning the crime detection or investigation that may affect operations or endanger an individual’s safety if disclosed
  • Strategy and negotiations concerning pending litigation or claims
  • Trade secrets, commercial and financial information
  • Scoring keys, test questions, and other examination data used for licensing, academic, or employment examinations
  • Adoption records
  • Communications privileged by the doctor-patient relationship, clergy-penitent relationship, attorney-client relationship, marital relationship, or any other privilege
  • Any illegally obtained information
  • Tax returns, records, statements, and reports exempted by the general statutes or federal law

Public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may either opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple city records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search such as:

  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The name of the subject involved in the record (not juvenile)
  • The last known or current address of the registrant

Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Danbury City Crime Statistics

According to the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) statistics, law enforcement agencies in Danbury City reported 97 violent crimes and 1,045 property crimes in 2019. Violent crimes consisted of one murder and nonnegligent manslaughter case, 15 cases of rape, 28 robbery offenses, and 53 aggravated assault cases. On the other hand, property crimes included 132 burglary offenses, 827 larceny-theft cases, 86 motor vehicle thefts, and four arson offenses.

In the previous year (2018), the violent crime and property crime rates were 133 and 1,163, respectively. Under violent crimes, law enforcement agencies reported zero murder and nonnegligent manslaughter cases, 21 rape cases, 40 robberies, and 72 aggravated assaults, whereas property crimes included 128 burglaries, 926 larceny-theft cases, 109 motor vehicle theft offenses, and eight arson cases.

Are Danbury City Criminal Records Public?

Access to Danbury City criminal records is decided on a case-by-case basis. The Connecticut State Police manages the central depository for criminal records in Connecticut. Record subjects can also conduct name or fingerprint-based checks via mail or in-person through the State Police Bureau of Identification. Interested persons may obtain a criminal record through fingerprinting with the following steps:

  • Complete pre-enrollment for fingerprint checks using the Service Code provided by the eligible agency or entity that requested the search.
  • Pay pre-enrollment fees
  • Book appointment for fingerprint with applicant tracking number and barcode
  • Complete the fingerprint process by visiting the DESPP Headquarters along with the printed appointment confirmation, valid government-issued picture ID, and fees. Residents may also complete the fingerprinting at the Danbury Police Department

To request a name and date of birth search, mail completed criminal history record request form and other requirements to:

Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
State Police Bureau of Identification
1111 Country Club Road
Middletown, CT 06457
Phone: (860) 685-8480

Please note that these criminal records cannot be used for Immigration, VISA, or Foreign Adoption purposes. Instead, persons should request a letter of good conduct by following the steps for fingerprint-based criminal record check or send completed letter of good conduct request form to:

State of Connecticut
DESPP – Division of State Police
Attn: S.P.B.I. 1111 Country Club Road
Middletown, CT 06457

How to Obtain Danbury City Police Reports and Arrest Records

Excluding juvenile arrest records, sealed or erased arrest records, Danbury arrest records are publicly available at the law enforcement agency that made the arrest. Individuals may find arrest records with the Danbury Police Department (DPD) or contained within a detailed criminal history record provided by the Connecticut State Police. To obtain Danbury City arrest records and police reports, interested persons should contact the Danbury Police Department at:

375 Main Street,
Danbury, CT 06810
Phone: (203) 797-4679
Phone: (203) 797-4681

Requesters may have to provide a valid ID and information concerning the arrest, such as the arrestee's name, arrest date, arrestee's birth date, arrest location, or other known specifics. To access arrest information through criminal record checks, interested persons may make a pre-enrolled and pre-scheduled fingerprinting visit to the DPD or Connecticut State Police – DESPP, or mail a complete request form and requirements to:

Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
State Police Bureau of Identification
1111 Country Club Road,
Middletown, CT 06457
Phone: (860) 685-8480

Note: As per the Public Act No. 15-164 and FOI Act, not all police records and arrest records maintained by a law enforcement agency are available for public viewing or duplicating.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Danbury City

Interested persons may find information on sex offenders in Danbury City by visiting the Connecticut Sex Offender Registry, an online tool that helps users find sex offender information by offender details and offenders in a specified location. Users interested in finding sex offenders in the city should the City Search option or conduct a more specific search by address. Search results will include a list of related results, and clicking on a sex offender listed will lead users to a profile that provide offender details like:

  • Name and aliases
  • Offender registration number
  • Physical descriptions such as age, hair and eye color, sex, height, weight, race, and body markings
  • Current, last known, or other known address
  • Offenses and conviction details
  • Release date and last verification date

Individuals may also search by name, email/internet names, and phone number. Furthermore, there is an index of non-compliant offenders available to interested persons, and users may also register for email alerts from law enforcement agencies concerning the latest information within your neighborhood.

How to Find Danbury City Inmate Records

The Connecticut State Department of Corrections (DOC) maintains information on individuals currently incarcerated in any city in Connecticut. To find the incarceration details of individuals arrested in Danbury City, interested persons may use the offender information search tool to find offenders by:

  • CT DOC inmate number
  • Last name
  • First name
  • Date of birth

Search results will provide a list of relevant matches and include each inmate’s name, date of birth, inmate number, and facility name. Clicking on an inmate’s number will provide further inmate details such as:

  • Latest admission date
  • Current location or housing facility
  • Detainer details
  • Case or sentence status
  • Maximum sentence and maximum release date
  • Estimated release date
  • Special parole end date
  • Controlling or primary offense
  • Sentence date
  • Bond amount

Available information on an inmate depends on the inmate’s status. Not all incarcerated persons have been convicted, and the search tool also includes persons who are awaiting trial or sentences in the search results. Victims of crimes can receive notifications on an offender’s case by registering with Connecticut Statewide Victim Information and Notification (CT SAVIN).

Individuals should also note that the database does not provide information on U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees or offenders detained under Connecticut's Youthful Offender Statute.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Danbury City Jail?

Individuals who wish to visit an inmate in any correctional facility managed by the Connecticut State Department of Corrections have to follow the DOC and facility’s visitation rules. Only individuals listed and pre-registered on the inmate’s approved visitor list may have social visits with an inmate. Therefore, interested adults who are not listed may contact the inmate to initiate the registration process.

Approved persons may schedule a visit to the facility at least 72 hours in advance following the specific facility’s visitation schedule. Persons may also contact the facility to confirm the schedule and inmate's availability (or active visiting privileges) before making the trip. Visits can last up to 30 minutes, and a maximum of two persons may conduct in-person visits at a time, while the maximum number of adult visitors for remote video visits is three. Visitors must take along valid photo identification to the facility for onsite visits and follow the visitation rules, which include:

  • All visitors must dress moderately and avoid revealing, offensive, or seductive attire.
  • Visitors are subject to screening and metal detection checks
  • No personal items in the visiting room
  • Visitors should arrive at the facility at least 15 minutes ahead of schedule for check-in.
  • Children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult
  • Video visitors must have the necessary devices, internet, and audio capabilities
Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Danbury City Vital Records?

Danbury City vital records are recorded information on the births, deaths, divorces, marriages, and other significant life events that happened in the city. These government-generated documents are available at various departments at the city, county, and state levels. However, not all these records are public.

Where and How to Obtain Danbury City Divorce Records

Danbury City divorce records are publicly available to adults who are 18 years and above. These records are in the form of divorce decrees (judgment file) at the Clerk’s Office of the court where the marriage was dissolved. Like other court records, divorce records are subject to the FOI Act, court rules, and state or federal laws. Hence, some information or records may be sealed or exempted from public disclosure, especially to persons without valid claims or legitimate interests.

For records of divorces filed at the Danbury Judicial District Court or Danbury Superior Court, the divorce party, relatives of divorces, and other individuals may contact the Court Clerk at:

146 White Street,
Danbury, CT 06810
Phone: (203) 207-8600
Fax: (203) 207-8642

Where and How to Get Public Danbury City Marriage Records

Danbury City marriage records are publicly available at the Town Clerk’s Office and the Vital Records Office of the Connecticut Department of Public Health. Interested persons may obtain copies of Danbury City marriage certificates locally at $20 per copy by making requests in person or via mail. Requesters should fill the marriage certificate application form and submit or mail it to:

City of Danbury
Attn: Town Clerk's Office
155 Deer Hill Avenue
Danbury, CT 06810

In-person requesters should take along a valid government-issued picture ID and fees in cash or check, while mailed requests should contain a photocopy of the identification, a self-addressed stamped envelope, and fees in check or money order made payable to the City of Danbury. Requesters should be at least 18 years of age

For copies from the Connecticut Department of Public Health’s Vital Records Office, persons should complete the marriage record request form and mail it along with $20 fees to:

Connecticut Department of Public Health
Vital Records Section
Customer Services, MS #11 VRS
P.O. Box 340308
Hartford, CT 06134-0308

Requesters should remit a postal money order made payable to the Treasurer, State of Connecticut.

Note: Only the parties mentioned in the record may obtain a marriage certificate containing Social Security numbers.

Where and How to Find Danbury City Birth Records

The Town Clerk’s Office and Connecticut Department of Public Health’s Vital Records Office maintain Danbury City birth records at city and state levels. Eligible requesters may obtain copies of these documents from the Town Clerk’s Office by completing the birth certificate application form and submit or mail it along with $20 fees in an acceptable form to:

City of Danbury
Attn: Town Clerks Office
155 Deer Hill Avenue
Danbury, CT 06810

Adult requesters must also present valid ID in person, while mailed requests should contain a photocopy of the ID and a self-addressed stamped envelope. For Danbury City birth certificates from the Connecticut Department of Public Health’s Vital Records Office, persons should complete the birth record request form and mail it along with $30 fees in an acceptable form to:

Connecticut Department of Public Health
Vital Records Section
Customer Services, MS #11 VRS
P.O. Box 340308
Hartford, CT 06134-0308

Where and How to Find Danbury City Death Records

Records of deaths in Danbury City are publicly available at the Town Clerk’s Office and the Vital Records Office of the Connecticut Department of Public Health. Interested persons may obtain copies of Danbury City death certificates locally at $20 per copy by making requests in person or via mail. Requesters should fill the death certificate application form and submit or mail it to:

City of Danbury
Attn: Town Clerks Office
155 Deer Hill Avenue
Danbury, CT 06810

In-person requesters should take along a valid government-issued picture ID and fees in cash or check, while mailed requests should contain a photocopy of the identification, a self-addressed stamped envelope, and fees in check or money order made payable to the City of Danbury.

For copies from the Connecticut Department of Public Health’s Vital Records Office, persons should complete the death record request form and mail it along with $20 fees in the acceptable form to:

Connecticut Department of Public Health
Vital Records Section
Customer Services, MS #11 VRS
P.O. Box 340308
Hartford, CT 06134-0308