News About NH Prison & Jails

Valley Street jail doctor's license suspended

MANCHESTER — The doctor who oversees medical care for hundreds of inmates at the Valley Street jail had his medical license temporarily suspended, after state medical officials said his continued practice at the jail would amount to an imminent danger to life, safety and health.

Editorial: Solving the overtime conundrum

At some point in the use of employee overtime, the savings and added cost lines cross. The savings come from not having to provide benefits to another employee and usually his or her family.

Keene nonprofit plans group home for women recently released from jail

KEENE — New nonprofit Monadnock Restorative Community is holding a community forum Tuesday night at Keene State College with the expectation of opening a home for women coming out of incarceration

Drug Smuggling Crackdown Prompts Prison Greeting Card Ban in New Hampshire

There are few luxuries inside state prison. Some would say getting a painting from your child, or a Valentine's Day card from your spouse is one of them.  But starting May 1, inmates won't be allowed to receive anything but handwritten letters on normal paper.

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