Welcome to the Grafton County Department of Corrections Official Website

The Grafton County Department of Corrections would also like to congratulate Lieutenant Nicole Cremo. Lt. Cremo recently completed the Primex Emerging Leaders Program, which was a ten month leadership series through Primex Risk Management - in Concord, NH. A job well done, Lt. Cremo! (Right photo: Lt. Cremo far right, Left photo: Lt. Cremo - center.)

Need Fingerprints?

GCODC provides finger printing for civilians on Sundays between the hours of 8:00am & 4:00pm. There is no cost to you and no appointment is needed.

The Grafton County Department of Corrections proudly supports our armed services.

The mission of the Grafton County Department of Corrections is to contribute to public safety by maintaining a balanced correctional system of institutional and community programs that provide a range of control and rehabilitative options for criminal offenders and those offenders awaiting trial.



The Grafton County Department of Corrections is honored to recognize Officer Max Fournier and Officer Jacob Davis for graduating from the 106th New Hampshire Association of Counties - Corrections Academy. Officer Davis was also presented with the Honor Graduate Award for the entire 106th Academy. Congratulations to you both on a job well done!