Restitution Payments - Payments can be made by check or money order or electronically through GTL ConnectNetwork. You may also visit the District Offices listed below and make a payment in person during regular business hours. Checks and money orders must have the name and ID number of the offender printed legibly on them. Payments may be mailed to: NHDOC PO Box 3356 Concord NH 03302.
Probation - When an individual has been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony and released into the community for supervision
Parole - A legal status whereby an offender convicted of a felony and sentenced to the New Hampshire State Prison is released into the community by the parole board.
The Division of Field Services supervises New Hampshire offenders who are not currently incarcerated behind bars. Field Services is responsible for the following.
- Approximately 3,900 people on Probation
- Approximately 2,400 people on Parole
- Approximately 150 people who are released on bail
- Approximately 10,000 people who have been ordered to pay restitution to a victim
or other court-ordered fees
- Approximately 35 individuals on Administrative Home Confinement (sometimes called electronic monitoring or the "ankle bracelet")
- Approximately 500 people for other types of supervision
Field Services is also responsible for conducting Pre-Sentencing Investigations. These investigations are requested by a court of law. It includes a thorough evaluation of the offender's criminal charge, a thorough review of the circumstances including interviews with affected parties, and a recommendation to sentencing judge.
The Division of Field Services also supervises offenders on probation or parole from outher jurisidictions using an Interstate Compact agreement. Please follow this link if you want more information about the Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision or ICAOS
Administrative Home Confinement - Supervision for offenders approved for Administrative Home Confinement (AHC) also known as electronic monitoring falls under the jurisdiction of the Division of Field Services. Sentinel Offender Services, LLC iis the contracted vendor that provides this service. The costs are as follows.
The fee schedule for monitoring equipment is as follows:
$5.50 a day for RF landline, $77.00 for 14 days
$5.75 a day for RF Cellular, $80.50 for 14 days
$5.75 a day for passive GPS, $80.50 for 14 days
$6.00 a day for Intermediate GPS, $84.00 for 14 days
$7.75 per day for active GPS, $108.50 for 14 days
VICAP: $8.75 a day ($122.50 for 14 days)
Sentinel Offender Services, LLC Contact Information, Electronic Monitoring
John Markland, NH Program Administrator
Sentinel Offender Services, LLC