NH DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

Suspended visitation, enhanced screenings and limited transfers of incarcerated individuals are part of new emergency protocols implemented in...

An intensive, structured treatment unit for inmates struggling with addiction, as well as concurrent mental health issues, is now open to as many...

Charlotte Rankin ran away from home when she was 11. She ran away from an alcoholic father who’d broken her foot with a bat. She ran in search of a...

A father and his daughter chowing down on pancakes topped with real maple syrup.A mother playing ball in the prison yard with her two children.A...

Full-body scanners are now being installed in New Hampshire’s prisons more than two years after lawmakers approved funding for the devices, which...

A defendant charged with identical crimes in two New Hampshire counties could be deemed high-risk in one community and medium-risk in another...

The state’s Department of Corrections has re-established sleeping quarters, previously used by staff until the 1980s, at the request of...

With construction of the new women’s prison complete, inmates and staff will soon begin the transition from the aging Goffstown building to a state...

The Executive Council unanimously approved the purchase of nine full-body scanners to help curb the flow of contraband at New Hampshire’s prisons...

The Executive Council unanimously confirmed Helen Hanks as New Hampshire’s new corrections commissioner Wednesday morning.Hanks will succeed...

As the New Hampshire Department of Corrections prepares to relocate its women’s prison to a new facility in Concord, the future of the aging...

Gov. Chris Sununu hopes to have a new corrections commissioner confirmed before William Wrenn leaves the top post in early November.Wrenn’s last...

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