As we are all aware, the potential issues related to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) have created operational concerns within the facility. In an effort to provide a safe environment for inmates, staff, and the public, we are instituting the following:
At 7:00 pm today we will cease personal visits at the facility. We will expand our visitation times that are allowed through our tablet program.
All volunteers for ALL programs will be stopped until such time that it is deemed safe to continue. We will remain in close contact with state and federal officials to make an informed decision that is safe for all.
This action is being conducted out of an overabundance of caution. There has been no indication that there has been any exposure to the COVID-19 Coronavirus or Influenza within this facility.
We appreciate your patience at this time and thank you for your cooperation.
Strafford County Department of Corrections
NOTICE OF BUILDING CLOSURE
EFFECTIVE TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2020
Effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020, the Strafford County Courthouse will be closed to the public, with the following exceptions:
- Individuals who need to do business with Circuit and Superior Court clerk’s offices;
- Individuals involved in court hearings permitted by the New Hampshire Supreme Court Order dated March 16, 2020; and
- Individuals with pre-approved business with County or State personnel.
For those entering the Courthouse, a brief survey will be conducted to ensure the health and safety of yourself and personnel.
All essential State and County personnel will be allowed into the building to conduct business. Please be supportive and patient as we work together to fight this pandemic and keep our personnel safe. We thank you in advance for your support and cooperation.
Based on the potential devastating effects of the Coronavirus (Covid-19), we are taking all steps suggested by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to deter the disease’s progress. Strafford County’s Team has been working diligently and the closure of the Courthouse was determined the best course of action to continue to protect staff from the likely spread of the Corona virus (Covid-19).
Raymond F. Bower
Raymond F. Bower
Strafford County Jail Industries
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