New Hampshire houses one stand-alone federal prison and one federal prison camp. These New Hampshire federal prisons are overseen by the Northeast Regional Office. In total, 587 inmates are housed inside these federal prisons in New Hampshire.
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- New Hampshire Federal Prisons by Security Level
- Federal Prisons in New Hampshire
- List of New Hampshire Federal Prisons
- Wikipedia Pages About Each New Hampshire Facility
New Hampshire Federal Prisons by Security Level
Medium-Security Federal Prisons in New Hampshire
- FCI Berlin (Berlin, NH)
Minimum-Security Federal Prisons in New Hampshire
- FCI Berlin Camp (Berlin, NH)
Federal Prisons in New Hampshire
Federal Correctional Institution Berlin is a medium-security level federal prison located in Berlin, New Hampshire. It is overseen by the Northeast Regional Office. FCI Berlin is a Medical Care Level 1 prison. It houses 615 male inmates.
FCI Berlin Camp
Federal Correctional Institution Berlin Camp is a minimum-security level federal prison located in Berlin, New Hampshire. It is overseen by the Northeast Regional Office. FCI Berlin Camp is a Medical Care Level 1 prison. It houses 34 male inmates.
List of New Hampshire Federal Prisons
There is one federal prison and one federal prison camp in New Hampshire. They are administered by the Federal Bureau of Prisons’ Northeast Regional Office. Please click on the below links to view each facility’s detailed profile, where you can learn about prison offerings, program information, and other details.
Federal Correctional Institution Berlin, located in the northern New Hampshire town of Berlin in Coos County, lies 115 miles north of Concord and 95 miles northwest of Portland, Maine. It is a medium-security institution and is adjoined by a minimum-security prison camp, both of which serve male inmates. It opened in 2012 and is one of the newest prisons in the federal system. As with all federal prisons, inmates must maintain prison employment and may pursue educational and vocational goals while incarcerated. The facility also houses a Residential Drug Abuse Treatment Program (RDAP), the drug treatment program which permits eligible inmates to earn one year off their sentence for successful completion. As a Medical Care Level 1 facility, it houses inmates with limited healthcare needs. Inmates who require ongoing medical care for serious medical needs are typically not housed in Medical Care Level 1 facilities.
Berlin Prison Camp
Federal Correctional Institution Berlin Prison Camp, located in the northern New Hampshire town of Berlin in Coos County, lies 115 miles north of Concord and 95 miles northwest of Portland, Maine. Like the medium-security facility adjacent to it, the minimum-security prison camp houses male inmates. The camp currently houses 86 male inmates. Sex offenders are not permitted to be housed at this facility. The men residing at the prison camp have additional freedoms and fewer internal controls since they are deemed nonviolent and are nearing their release dates. All inmates may pursue educational and vocational goals and must hold down a prison job while at the federal prison camp. Recreational and other leisure activities are available to the inmate population.
Wikipedia Pages About Each New Hampshire Facility
The below links are for each facility’s Wikipedia page. On each page, you can find background information about the facility, current notable inmates, and other information. Please note that our federal prison profiles provide more comprehensive and authoritative profiles about each Federal Bureau of Prisons facility. Each of these profiles is also verified for accuracy by our prison consultants. Our profile pages contain information about drug treatment, educational opportunities, inmate contact and visitation information, and what current inmates like and dislike about each facility. You can reach our prison profile pages by clicking on the above links.
Published Oct 1, 2020 by Christopher Zoukis, JD, MBA | Last Updated by Christopher Zoukis, JD, MBA on Jul 3, 2022 at 11:33 am