The Northern New Hampshire Corrections Facility is the newest prison facility
in New Hampshire. Construction was completed in 1999 and the facility opened in
2000. It houses general population male inmates. Their mission is to provide a safe and secure environment that will
challenge individuals to develop their potential through personal growth.
Promote meaningful learning opportunities that nurture responsible decision
making, recognize and support development of emotional maturity and advance
personal responsibility. Honor individual strengths, respect and embrace the
commitment to disciplined teamwork as essential to safe and efficient prison
Citizens Advisory Committee
NNHCF strives as an organization to be a contributing asset to the community.
Regular meetings are held with a group of citizens who sit on the Citizen
Advisory Committee. This group comes from a broad spectrum of the community.
They are educated on the operation of the prison and provide valuable feedback
and suggestions from a community perspective. Numerous tours are given to
educational and government groups.
We are actively seeking members of the community to be a part of this
committee. Please contact the facility for more details if you are
- Visit Schedule Effective 10/1/21
- Visiting Rules and Guidelines
- Visiting Room Dress Code
Do I Need Safeguard Training?
Why: The NHDOC uses a specific process to approve
minor children for visitation in an effort to ensure safety, security and the
well-being children and the facility. Residents who are incarcerated for crimes
against children or have a history of crimes against children may have
visitation privileges with children denied, further restricted, or may be
required to have an adult accompanying the minor complete the NHDOC’s safeguard
Who: ONLY for residents who have been told that they
are required to have a trained chaperone for visiting room purposes. The
friend/family member (who would like to bring minor children into a NHDOC
Visitation Room)must fill out and send in the Safeguard Training Application
availablebelow. Note, whoever completes this training must be
an approved visitor and will be the only one permitted to bring in the minor
visitors for visits.
What: The Safeguard training provides an overview of
the Visiting Room policy & rules, information on how to prepare a child for
visitation, grooming behaviors, coercion, offending cycles, and how to report an
incident. This also allows an opportunity for Q & A and a tour of the
When: Classes will be offered quarterly, on Fridays
Upcoming dates: 1/7/2022 4/8/2022 7/8/2022
Where: NH State Prison for Men’s Visiting Room