March 23-24, 2020: Half the prisoners in one unit of the Stafford County House of Corrections participated in a food strike on the day the prison began a 22 hour a day lockdown in response to Covid-19.
February 2, 2017: Protests spread to a second facility in New Hampshire as fires are set in protest of restrictive visitation policies in all three New Hampshire prisons. The new policy includes no kissing, no hugs lasting more than 3 seconds, no vending machines or board
February 2, 2017: Approximately 200 prisoners launch a two-day hunger strike in response to new visitation policies that include no kissing, no hugs lasting more than 3 seconds, no vending machines or board games, and physical separation for the duration of the visit.
April 10, 2012: Approximately 15 prisoners in the Delta Unit refused to lock down and took control of their tier. They built a barricade, wore masks over their faces and destroyed televisions and sprinkler heads. They held control of the unit for almost 3 hours before