05050 Jail & Prison

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Grafton Corrections 3785 Dartmouth College Highway North Haverhill NH 03774 10.5 miles from 05050 603-787-6767

Caledonia County Jail & Sheriff 184 Portland Street St. Johnsbury VT 05819 10.9 miles from 05050 802-748-6666

Grafton County Department Of Corrections 3865 Dartmouth College Highway Haverhill NH 03774 11.4 miles from 05050 603-787-2019

Washington County Jail & Sheriff PO Box 678 Montpelier VT 05601 25.1 miles from 05050 802-223-3001

Vermont State Prison 6 Baldwin Street Montpelier VT 05602 25.6 miles from 05050 802-828-3194

Orange County Jail & Sheriff 11 Route 113 Chelsea VT 05038 27.0 miles from 05050 802-685-4875

Essex County Jail & Sheriff 91 Courthouse Drive Guildhall VT 05905 32.3 miles from 05050 802-676-3500

Lamoille County Jail & Sheriff PO Box 96 Hyde Park VT 05655 35.3 miles from 05050 802-888-3502

Orleans County Jail & Sheriff 255 Main Street Newport VT 05855 46.7 miles from 05050 802-334-3333

Windsor County Jail & Sheriff PO Box 478 Woodstock VT 05091 49.7 miles from 05050 802-457-5211

Woodside Juvenile Rehabilitation Facility 26 Woodside Drive Colchester VT 05446 55.8 miles from 05050 802-655-4990

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Do Prison inmates work?

Federal Prison inmates and some State Prison inmates are required to work unless they have a medical restriction. Inmates who are participating in educational or treatment programs, or inmates who are considered a security risk, may receive an exemption from work requirements.

How can victims of a crime learn when an inmate is being released?

Most states have a Victim Services Unit or similar agency that can provide information on the release of inmates. In some cases, a petitioner may also be notified of parole hearings.

What is Good Conduct Time?

Good Conduct Time refers to time that can be deducted from an inmate's sentence as a result of good behavior. Though the actual formula for calculating Good Conduct Time is complex, a commonly used rule of thumb is that a year of good behavior can reduce a sentence by roughly 54 days.