Department of Corrections

Department of Corrections Logo 99 North Road

Brentwood, NH 03833

tel. 603-679-2244

Stephen A. Church, Superintendent

David Consentino, Assistant Superintendent


Daytime Facility Hours: M-T 8a-4p, Last visit 3:30p

 Closed to visitors 11:30a-12:30p

Friday: 7:30a-3:30p

For PM hours, please see inmate visitation


Inmate Visitation

(Available starting Monday, May 18) Secure Instant Mail

Inmate Phone and Commissary

Victim Information Notification

Mission Statement

The Department's prime goal is the operation of a safe and humane facility that provides a place of rehabilitation and offers programs and services that afford inmates the opportunities for a positive change.

More Information

The Department of Corrections established, in accord with applicable statutes and regulations, a goal of ensuring public safety through the provision of professionally managed judgments of the state courts.

The Department offers the widest practical range of correctional options, including institutionalization, community programs, and other similar sanctions that best serve the needs of society and the individual inmate, enhance the offender's ability to return to the community and live in a law-abiding manner. The Department will administer its programs in an equitable manner in the least restrictive environment consistent with public safety.

The Department operates its facilities under the principle that all administrative and management decisions either directly or indirectly affect the security and treatment goals of the facility. In that connection, facility staff can serve as an important and productive role model for inmates, conveying mainstream societal values to the inmate population. Opportunities for interaction between staff and inmate are expected to be conducted in a manner consistent with the objective of the facility.


Contacting an Inmate

Mailing Instructions:

Rockingham County Department of Corrections

inmate’s name

99 North Road

Brentwood, NH 03833

Inmates cannot receive any cash.  Please visit the commissary page for providing funds to an inmate.

Inmates are allowed books, newspapers, magazines sent via UPS or other like carrier directly from the bookstore or publishers with prior authorization. Before being delivered, a request in writing as to its contents must first be submitted and cleared by Administration.