Inmate Information

Inmate Visitation

Visitors Defined
To visit an inmate you must be at least 18 years of age unless accompanied by an adult 21 years of age or older.

All visitors must present a government photo ID (birth certificate is required for children without a valid government photo ID) with name, address, and date of birth.

Video Visitation

Video visitation was implemented on October 27, 2015.  Please click on the banner below for more information on signing up for an account.

Please note the following on On-Site Video Visitation:

No more than two (2) visitors will be allowed in the video visiting area per inmate at one time.

 All visitors must have a valid Government issued ID.  Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their parents or a responsible person over the age of 21 and present a valid ID (original birth certificate, driver’s license or passport).

Dress Code

NO tank tops, halter tops, string tops.

NO see through clothing, provocative or revealing clothing, or shirts that show midriff.

NO coats, jackets or hats.

NO sweaters or shirts that button, zip or are hooded.

NO clothing that promotes drugs, alcohol, sex or violence .

Cell phones, pagers, electronic devices and pocketbooks are to be secured either in your vehicle or in locker provided.

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 section for providing funds to an inmate.

Inmates are allowed books, newspapers and magazines sent via UPS or other like carriers if sent directly from the bookseller where the book was purchased.  All books, newspapers and magazines are permitted except those including information that may cause a safety and security threat to the institution (i.e. weapons magazines, combat books).


What you can send to an inmate:

You can send letters and unframed photographs (no Polaroid photographs accepted.)

You cannot send any of the following items:  Greeting Cards, Stamps, Envelopes (Blank or Addressed), Pictures made with crayons, Pictures that are provocative or sexual in nature, Printouts from the internet, Newspaper Clippings, Plain paper or blank cards, Any paper with staples, scotch tape or paste, Prepaid calling cards, Unapproved books, magazines or personal Bibles, Jewelry:  necklaces, chains, earings, or rings.


eMessaging was implemented on July 23rd, 2018. Inmates can receive messages, photos and and send a text reply when you purchase of a book of stamps from or the Securus Mobile app.   You can also click on the banner above to access this site.

Inmate Commissary and Telephone
The Rockingham County Department of Corrections has three ways for inmate friends and family members to put money into inmate phone and commissary accounts. Effective May 15, 2018, funds can be deposited to inmates’accounts through JPay and Kiosk.

Money Orders
1. Inmates cannot receive any cash. Money orders ONLY will be accepted via mail.
2. Money orders must be made payable to RCDC Inmate Account
3. List the inmate’s name in the Memo line

Website, Kiosk, and over the Telephone Payments
Access Corrections offers online deposits using a debit or credit card, kiosk payments, as well as telephone payments for a nominal processing fee. Funds will be credited to the inmate’s account within 24 hours upon completion of the transaction.

Access Corrections Kiosk provides the following payment options:
1. Online: 
2. Lobby kiosks: (24 hours a day) Cash/Credit/Debit card transactions (located in the jail lobby)
3. By phone, toll free: 1-866-345-1884

Phone Time
Please click the banner below to learn about Securus Phone Services and to create an account.

Inmate Property:

If you are picking up your personal property, proceed to booking – door 903.
If you are picking up a current or past inmate’s property at the RCDOC, the inmate must fill out a property release form relinquishing his/her property for pick up.  Please call to have the property released to the visits area during office hours.  (The process can take up to 7 days.)

What is PREA?

The Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA) is a federal initiative to establish a nationwide standard of zero tolerance for incidence of inmate and offender sexual assault, sexual harassment and rape. Further, the legislation makes the prevention of inmate and offender sexual assault, sexual harassment and sexual misconduct a top priority in penal institutions and under community supervision. The legislation also sets data collection and reporting standards that will be mandated once they are developed

The Rockingham County Department of Corrections has a strict policy of “ZERO Tolerance” concerning instances of Sexual Abuse or Sexual Harassment, as such:

  • Under New Hampshire Law and the Department of Corrections policy, an inmate cannot legally consent to sexual contact with ANYONE while incarcerated.
  • An inmate can have NO sexual contact with another inmate, RCDC staff member, volunteer, contractor or vendor.
  • It is NEVER appropriate for RCDC staff, volunteers, contractors or vendors to make sexual advances or comments, or to engage in sexual contact with an inmate, including those persons under the supervision of Community Corrections.
  • No one will be retaliated against, in any way, for reporting any form of sexual assault or sexual harassment.

PREA Reporting

Rockingham County Department of Corrections PREA Policy

PREA Prison and Jail Standards

Annual Review/Report

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