The interactive map has the answers. You can sort by types of aid programs, such PILOT, education and transportation.
Every time an inmate enters or leaves a correction facility in Connecticut, a database is updated so the state has an accurate count of its incarcerated population. And each day, those numbers are used to produce a chart on the state’s website. It’s one of the few state “datasets” that is updated daily for the public. But it takes persistence to find the chart because it’s buried on the website of the state’s Office of Policy and Management (OPM), and it exists nowhere else, including on other government websites with state criminal justice data.
Editor’s note: The Mirror this week is looking at Connecticut through the lens of the Sandy Hook massacre. Seven days — that’s how long it took after the Sandy Hook shootings for the next person to die of a gunshot in Connecticut. On Dec. 21, 2012, Kyle Seidel of Waterford — a 34-year-old father of […]