|Facility Name||Prisoners||Type||Address||City||Zip||County||Survey Date|
|Belknap County Department Of Corrections||71||Local||76 County Drive||Laconia||03246||3/31/2006|
|Calumet House||64||State||126 Lowell Street||Manchester||03104||Hillsborough County||12/30/2005|
|Carroll County House Of Corrections & Jail||96||Local||County Complex Bldg 2||Ossipee||03864||3/31/2006|
|Cheshire County House Of Corrections & Jail||90||Local||160 River Road||Westmoreland||03467-4426||3/31/2006|
|Coos County Jail And Farm||27||Local||P.O. Box 10||West Stewartstown||03597||3/31/2006|
|Grafton County Correction Facility||152||Local||3865 Dartmouth College Hwy.||North Haverhill||03774-4909||3/31/2006|
|Hillsborough County House Of Correction||544||Local||445 Willow Street||Manchester||03103-6216||3/31/2006|
|Lakes Region Facility||261||State||1 Right Way Path||Laconia||03246||Belknap County||12/30/2005|
|Merrimack County House Of Corrections & Jail||247||Local||326 Daniel Webster Highway||Boscawen||03303||3/31/2006|
|New Hampshire State Prison For Men||1,293||State||P.O. Box 14||Concord||03302||Merrimack County||12/30/2005|
|New Hampshire State Prison For Women||97||State||317 Mast Road||Goffstown||03045||Hillsborough County||12/30/2005|
|North End House||48||State||281 N State Street||Concord||03301||Merrimack County||12/30/2005|
|Northern New Hampshire Correctional Facility||531||State||138 E Milan Road||Berlin||03570||Coos County||12/30/2005|
|Rockingham County Jail & House Of Correction||332||Local||99 North Road||Brentwood||03833||3/31/2006|
|Secure Psychiatric Unit||41||State||P.O. Box 512||Concord||03302||Merrimack County||12/30/2005|
|Shea Farm House||38||State||60 Iron Works Road||Concord||03301||Merrimack County||12/30/2005|
|Strafford County Jail||378||Local||County Farm Road 266||Dover||03820||3/31/2006|
|Sullivan County House Of Correction||99||Local||103 County Farm Rd.||Claremont||03743||3/31/2006|
This table draws data from three sources:
Military prisons and state halfway houses are not included in the above table as we were not able to locate an appropriate national database of these types of facilities. Juvenile facilities are not included in the above because the Census Bureau counts these facilities separately from the adult correctional institutions that are the focus of our work. Where necessary, state-specific sources will be more useful for identifying juvenile facilities.
We do, however, have a list (without population information) of all federal halfway houses as of March 2010.
For state, federal and local prisons built or expanded in the latter half of the decade, you may find this list of New and Expanded Prisons Since 2000 helpful as well.