Merrimack County NH Department of Corrections is classed as a medium security facility. It has a strengthened perimeter fence and electronic detection systems to ensure inmates stay within the facility. To help inmates prepare themselves to rejoin the wider community, Merrimack County NH Department of Corrections offers a wide range of work and treatment programs.
Merrimack County NH Department of Corrections is a County Jail
used by the jurisdictions of Merrimack to confine inmates for
short periods while awaiting trial or processing. As inmates are staying for only a short period,
it has fewer amenities than a jail or prison. Inmates do, however, have access to bathroom facilities
and are provided with meals during their stay. Merrimack County NH Department of Corrections may also have
a common area in which inmates can socialize.
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Inmates at This Facility
Extra InformationThis facility is for adult inmates.
The House of Correction also incarcerates individuals from other jurisdictions, such as the New Hampshire State Prison, other county facilities, and federal inmates for the Department of Homeland Security and the US Marshal Service.
The Department of Correction also has responsibility for individuals assigned to alternative sentencing programs, such as pre-trial release, the Merrimack County Academy, and the electronic monitoring program – raising the number of people under our to supervision to roughly 500.
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