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Ms.Heather
05-03-2004, 09:23 AM
Northeastern Correctional Center
Barretts Mill Road
PO Box 1069
West Concord, MA 01742

Phone (978) 371-7941
Security Level: 3/2
Superintendent: James Saba
Deputy Superintendent: Sergio Allendes

Northeastern Correctional Center is a minimum security facility of the Massachusetts Department of Correction located in the town of West Concord across the street from MCI-Concord. NCC was established in 1932, originally designed to serve as a supporting farm to the Massachusetts Correctional Institute at Concord. In its earliest stages, the facility included a cow barn and piggery, as well as a 100-bed dormitory. Although the piggery has since been eliminated, the dairy continues as a daily pasteurizing and packaging operation. This farm is responsible for supplying milk to nearly 80% of DOC facilities. In July of 1993, the farm also began packaging orange juice for distribution to DOC facilities.

Visiting Hours:

Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays 1:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.
Tuesdays 6:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.

Visitors will not be processed for entry between the hours of 2:45 P. M. And 4:30 P.M., and again from 8:30 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.. Visitors will not be allowed to leave the facility during the 4:00 P.M. count until the count has been cleared. Visitors who wish to leave must do so when the ‘5 minutes to count’ announcement is made.

All visits are conducted in the gym

Visitor Dress Code

ALL VISITORS:
* Footwear must be worn at all times. Clothing that is ripped, torn, or has holes is unacceptable.
* All hairpieces, wigs, toupees, hair extensions, etc., shall be subject to search.
* No type of clothing that allows easy access under the garment will be allowed.
* No pants with drawstrings or elastic waistbands will be allowed with the exception of maternity clothes.
* No jewelry other than a wedding and/or engagement ring, medical alert identification, one small set of earrings (female only), one religious medal, and a watch.

FEMALE VISITORS:
* No tights, leotards, or body suits of exercise type to be worn alone or as an outfit. This type of clothing will only be allowed only with pants, skirts, or shirts, that meet the required length of a four inch length above the knees.
* No halter tops, tank tops, tube tops, or clothing that reveals the midriff or exposes the back beyond the upper shoulder area.
* No visible sheath clothing, with or without undergarments.
* Traditional undergarments, bras and underpants must be worn. Exceptions to this rule are at the discretion of the Shift Commander.
* No bathing sutts.
* No gym shorts or shorts that exceed four inches above the knee.
* No low cut or excessively revealing clothing.
* No wrap around skirts or dresses.
* No dresses or skirts exceeding four inches above the knee.
* No clothing with open or unlined pockets.
* No spandex clothing.
* No sweat suits, no jogging suits.
* No hats.

MALE VISITORS:
* No sweat or jogging suits.
* No fatigue or camouflage clothing.
* No shorts.
* No sleeveless shirts, fare midriff, tank tops, or muscle shirts.
* Underwear must be worn.
* No black, navy, or gray sweatshirts are to be worn.
* No clothing similar to uniformed staff’s clothing may be worn.
* No collarless shirts or tee shirts may be worn.
* No hats.


The following programs are available at NCCI:

Departmental Services:
Building Bridges to Employment
Chaplaincy Services
Library Services
Recreation Services
Volunteer Services

Departmental Programs:
Correctional Recovery Academy
CRA Graduate Maintenance
CRA Aftercare
Release and Lower Security Preparation Program
Thinking for a Change
Violence Reduction

Education and Training:
Adult Basic Education
Chess Club
Culinary Arts
English as a Second Language
GED
Life Skills
Pre-GED

Institution Specific Programs:
African American Cultural Studies Series
Alternatives to Violence (AVP)
American Red Cross First Aid and CPR Courses
Anger Management Education
Art Program
Changing Lives Through Literature
Christian Action Fellowship Program
Emotional Awareness and Healing
Family Day Program
Family Relations
Father's Group
Fellowship
Jehovah's Witness Program
Job Search
Music Program
Parenting/Family Services
Self/Help Twelve Step Programs
Smoking Cessation Program
Toastmasters

Ms.Heather
01-27-2005, 08:32 AM
Northeastern Correctional Center
Barrett’s Mill Road
P.O. Box 1069
West Concord, MA 01742-1069
(978) 369-4120

From Boston: Take Storrow Drive West to Alewife Brook Parkway and Route 2 West past the fresh Pond Mall and Alewife MBTA station. Follow Route 2 West through Belmont, Lexington and Lincoln to the Route 2/2A rotary in Concord. Exit rotary at the first right onto Barrett’s Mill Road. Take the first left into the driveway and go up the hill. Northeastern Correctional Center is at the top of the hill.

From the North: Take Route 495 South to exit 29A (Route 2 East/Cambridge/Boston). Follow Route 2 East through Littleton and Acton to the Route 2/2A rotary in Concord. Exit rotary at the third right onto Barrett’s Mill Road. Take the First left into the driveway and go up the hill. Northeastern Correctional Center is at the top of the hill.

From the South: Take 495 North to exit 29A (Route 2 East/Cambridge/Boston). Follow Route 2 East through Littleton and Acton to the Route 2/2A rotary in Concord. Exit rotary at the third right onto Barrett’s Mill Road. Take the First left into the driveway and go up the hill. Northeastern Correctional Center is at the top of the hill.

From the East: Take Route 2 West to the Routes 2/2A rotary in Concord. Exit rotary at the first right onto Barrett’s Mill Road. Take the first left into the driveway and go up the hill. Northeastern Correctional Center is at the top of the hill.

From the West: Take Route 2 East to the Routes 2/2A rotary in Concord. Exit rotary at the third right onto Barrett’s Mill Road. Take the first left into the driveway and go out the hill. Northeastern Correctional Center is at the top of the hill.