Conn Gen Stat 28-8
Powers, Duties, Rights, Privileges and Immunities: Law Enforcement, Firefighter, and Preparedness Forces Providing Aid in Another Jurisdiction
At the request of the appropriate authority of a town or city, law enforcement, firefighters, and preparedness forces who aid the town or city will receive the same powers, duties, rights, privileges and immunities as if they were in their home town or city.
Outside aid by local police, fire or other preparedness forces
(a) At the request of the chief executive authority of any town or city, the appropriate authority of any other town or city may, with the approval of the commissioner, or, if so ordered by the commissioner, shall, assign and make available for duty and use outside his own town or city, under the direction and command of an officer designated for the purpose, any part of the police, fire fighting or other civil preparedness forces under his control. (b) The officers and members of police, fire fighting or other civil preparedness forces rendering outside aid pursuant to this section shall have the same powers, duties, rights, privileges and immunities as if they were performing their duties in their home town or city. (c) The state shall reimburse any town or city rendering aid under this section for the compensation paid and actual and necessary travel, subsistence and maintenance expenses of employees of such town or city while rendering such aid, and for all payments for death, disability or injury of such employees in the course of rendering such aid and for all losses of or damage to supplies or equipment of such town or city incurred in the course of rendering such aid.