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1 Georgia Department Of Corrections Facility Descriptions

2 About the Georgia Department of Corrections OUR MISSION The Department of Corrections creates a safer Georgia by effectively managing offenders and providing opportunities for positive change. VISION The Georgia Department of Corrections is the best corrections system in the nation at protecting citizens from convicted offenders and at providing effective opportunities for offenders to achieve positive change. We are a leader and partner in making Georgia a safer, healthier, better educated, growing, and best managed state. We accomplish this by: Ensuring public safety Operating safe and secure facilities Providing effective community supervision of offenders Creating opportunities for restoration to offenders Ensuring the rights of victims Partnering with public, private and faith-based organizations Sustaining core values of Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage Ensuring the well being of employees and their families CORE VALUES Loyalty - Bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitutions of the United States, the State of Georgia, the GDC, and other employees Duty - Fulfill your obligations Respect - Treat people as they should be treated Selfless Service - Put the welfare of the Public, the Georgia Department of Corrections and other employees before your own Honor - Live up to all the Georgia Department of Corrections values Integrity - Do what's right, legally and morally Personal Courage - Face fear, danger or adversity (physical or moral)

3 General Information The purpose of these profiles is to provide basic information about the Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC) facilities. This book addresses only the residential facilities. It does not cover services for the approximately 210,000 probationers who are on regular and/or intensive "street" probation, living in the community. Each facility has a primary mission or purpose and each supervises and manages its offenders somewhat differently depending on the mission and security classification. Capacity This is the official maximum operating offender capacity of the facility. County Correctional Institutions enter into a joint agreement with Georgia Department of Corrections each fiscal year to provide a designated number of beds for state offenders. The Warden, County Commissioner and Georgia Department of Corrections sign a Letter of Agreement concerning operation of the state beds. In return, Georgia Department of Corrections pays the county a per diem rate per state offender as set by legislation; currently, the rate is $20.00 per day. Housing The housing section provides a brief description of the types of offender housing. Dormitories are barracks-style rooms with rows of bunks. A single building may hold one or more dormitories. Pods generally are detached buildings with a number of rooms arranged in various ways; each room usually will contain a small number of bunks. Pods resemble clusters, which may have their own dining room, recreation area and other common areas as well. Ranges and cellblocks are rows of cells facing a common walkway. There may be two or more tiers of dormitory-style buildings used mainly for their relatively quick and easy construction. Work Details This section offers a brief description of the most significant job functions the facility performs. Offenders perform such work details as food service, building and grounds maintenance, janitorial, laundry, utilities, maintenance and sanitation duties. Those functions may or may not be noted in the Work Details section. Community service work details fall within these areas and are also represented. In addition, this includes the variety of skilled jobs in Correctional Industries, Offender Construction units, Food and Farm processing and the offender-manned fire stations that serve communities as well as the facility.

4 Specialized Functions Canine teams handle special tracking and/or drug detection dogs both for Georgia Department of Corrections and, when requested, outside law enforcement. Tactical squads consist of specially trained officers who react to major prison or community disturbances. Corrections Emergency Response Teams (CERT) are trained to respond assertively to incidents within the facility. Programs Rehabilitative, medical and other services available to offenders at the facility are generally described as academic, counseling (which includes substance abuse), recreation, religious activities and vocational/on-the-job training (OJT). General Education which includes literacy and math instruction: The Special Education program is for those with learning handicaps. Literacy/Remedial Reading (LRR) is for those functioning below the fifth-grade reading level. Adult Basic Education (ABE) is for offenders functioning between the fifth-grade level and eighth-grade level. General Education Development (GED) is for those at or above the eighth-grade level without a high school diploma; completion of GED earns the student a high school equivalency diploma. Counseling This is a very broad category of treatment. It may include sex-offender, positive mental attitude (PMA), or pre-release counseling to ease the return to free society. Additionally it may include anger management and many others, along with substance abuse. It offers programs for those with alcohol/drug programs and may include Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous (AA/NA) and other treatment modes. It also includes individual, group counseling modes and Specialized Intervention Units (SID) where the participants live together in treatment communities and assist each other to overcome their problems.

5 Religious Activities Offenders are assured religious freedom under the U.S. Constitution. Georgia Department of Corrections Chaplaincy Services will arrange to meet the need for any recognized faith, including services by and individual contact with ministers of that faith. Full-time and part-time chaplains also offer non-sectarian humanitarian assistance to any troubled offender. Religious instruction on the Bible, the Koran and other spiritual guides is available. Vocational/OJT This section provides information on training for a particular job skill - classroom, shop and/or on-the-job training (OJT) requirements. Completion leads to the same certification or diploma offered by a free society training program. Medical Offenders have the Constitutional right to adequate health care. This includes the provision of varying levels of onsite medical and dental care along with referrals to community providers as necessary. The following are provided: Primary Care Infirmary Care Medical Diagnostics Chronic Care Acute Care Dental Care Mental Health

6 Offender Security Classification Georgia offenders are assigned to a security level after a review of factors to include the offender's sentence, nature of the crime, criminal history, history of violence, medical and treatment risks and needs. The classification levels are: close, medium and minimum. In general, an offender will be reviewed for reclassification at specified time intervals (i.e., every twelve months while at Close security) or when circumstances justify; provisions are made for exceptional reviews. The three security classifications now used are set forth in the Rules and Regulations of the State Board of Corrections. These classifications, as paraphrased from the Rules and Regulations, are: Close Security These offenders are escape risks, have assault histories, are considered dangerous and may have detainers for other serious crimes on file. (A detainer is a request by another law enforcement agency to hold an offender pending other charges or actions.) These offenders may never leave the prison, require supervision at all times by a correctional officer and are housed in prisons with high levels of security. Medium Security These offenders have no major adjustment problems and many may work outside the prison fence, but must remain under constant supervision. This is the largest category of offenders. Minimum Security These offenders tend to abide by prison regulations, present a minimal risk of escape and have been judged to be a minimal threat to the community. Offenders in this security level may work outside the fence under minimal supervision. Often offenders assigned to this level have proven to be trustworthy, cooperative and have no alcohol/drug problems. Minimum security offenders are eligible for transitional centers.

7 State Prisons State prisons house violent, repeat criminals or nonviolent offenders who have exhausted all other forms of punishment. Judges may sentence offenders directly to prison or they may be sent as a result of revocation proceedings. There are 30 state prisons, three of which are designated for women. Offenders in state prisons have access to classes and other services that allow them to reduce their risk to the community. Offenders who are able-bodied are also assigned to work details. These may be connected to the on-going operation of the facility (such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, or making general repairs around the facility) or to more specialized details. Among these specialized details are: Food and Farm Operations: Over 5,000 offenders work on prison farms or work in preserving, preparing and serving foods. Offender Construction: Offender crews serve the construction needs of Corrections, other state agencies and communities. Carefully supervised, skilled offenders are temporarily housed in nearby facilities while completing approved renovation or remodeling jobs around the state. Fire Services: Specially selected minimum security offenders may be chosen to work in the prison fire stations responding to prison and rural fire emergencies. Community Work Details: Under supervision, low security offenders build, refurbish and maintain prison and civic buildings, perform roadwork, clean public buildings and schools, and work at recycling centers and landfills. Correctional Industries: Up to 1,800 offenders are selected to receive onthe-job training which includes metal fabrication, optics, printing, license plates, footwear, woodworking, screen printing, upholstery, garment and chemical production.

8 Private Prisons The Georgia Department of Corrections currently has contracts with two private companies to house over six thousand five hundred offenders. In 1997, through a bid process, Georgia Department of Corrections entered into a contract with Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) to build and operate private prisons in Alamo (Wheeler Correctional Facility) and in Nicholls (Coffee Correctional Facility). Both facilities opened in the fall of The Department contracted once more with CCA to open and operate another private prison in Millen (Jenkins Correctional Facility), which opened in March All three have been a part of the corrections continuum in Georgia since that time. These private prisons are accredited by the American Correctional Association (ACA) and by the Medical Association of Georgia (MAG) as required by contract. The other contract is with The Geo Group, Inc. to build and operate a private prison in Milledgeville (Riverbend Correctional Facility), which opened in December Georgia Department of Corrections has a full-time Private Prison Monitor on site at each private facility overseeing the facility's operations to ensure that all contract conditions are met and that the facility operates with a continuous focus on sanitation, safety and security. Just as in Georgia Department of Corrections facilities, offenders work on full time details and are afforded the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of educational classes and counseling programs. Transitional Centers After a term in prison, selected offenders are slowly reintegrated back into society with a job and enhanced prospects for stability. Research has shown that offenders who have the opportunity to re-enter the community after a stay in a transitional center are up to ⅓ more likely to succeed in maintaining a crime-free life. There are over two thousand five hundred transitional center beds available statewide. Either the State Board of Pardons and Paroles or the prison staff must refer an offender for the program. The decision about which offenders to send to a transitional center is based on criminal history, behavior while incarcerated and a number of other factors. One function of the transitional centers is to provide "work release", allowing the offender to obtain a paying job in the community while requiring him or her to conform to the structure of the center. The offender lives in the center, participates in a number of programs and completes assignments which contribute to the upkeep of the center. The wages earned by work release offenders are sent directly to the center. Employers are required to deduct taxes as appropriate and a portion of the wages is applied to room and board.

9 Residential Substance Abuse & Integrated Treatment Facilities Centers RSAT is a nine-month Residential Substance Abuse Treatment program, which targets high risk, high needs offenders with a history of substance abuse as a causative factor leading to correctional supervision. The goal of the RSAT program is to return to society a graduate who is a law abiding, self-supporting, pro-social citizen, thereby reducing recidivism. Integrated Treatment Programs are nine-month programs that actively combine substance abuse interventions and interventions to address mental disorders, with the goal of treating the whole person more effectively by treating both mental health and substance disorders in order to reduce recidivism. Length of Stay The average length of stay at a transitional center is nine to twelve months for residents who represent no unacceptable risk to the safety of the community. When offenders are assigned to a transitional center, they are required to go through a 30-day orientation period before they can participate in the work release portion of the program. During this time, residents attend classes tailored to their particular needs and help make them ready for employment. These classes include drug and alcohol education, employment instruction, communication skills and financial management. Employment Once the orientation phase is completed, residents are ready for employment. Jobs are found in the community with the help of a job coordinator who, together with other center personnel, screen applicants for certain jobs. They also assist employers with special problems that may arise. In turn, employers are asked to give periodic performance reports to measure each resident's progress in the work force. Once offenders are employed, they must pay 30 percent of their salary for room and board, but not to exceed $90 weekly. In addition, they pay federal, state and local taxes. Of the fees collected at the transitional centers, over $1.2 million is returned to the state annually. Thus, not only is the resident gaining from this program, the taxpayers of Georgia are profiting as well.

10 Boot Camp The Boot Camp programs focus on military regimens combined with a full day's work and includes comprehensive programming in the evening hours. Emphasis is placed on substance abuse programming. Training is also provided in academic education, life skills and release preparation. The Boot Camp Plus program is very similar to the Boot Camp Program but is mainly intended for drug offenses only. Another difference is that offenders assigned here may have had one prior felony except for the offenses listed on page 10. (If the current sentence is not a drug charge only, he will not qualify.) Georgia law and departmental policy identify eligibility criteria for boot camp candidates as follows: Must be a male not less than 17 and not more than 35 years of age, at the time of sentencing Has no previous period of incarceration in an adult penal institution Has to serve no less than 9 months and no more than 5 years in prison Has no known contagious or communicable disease Has no known physical limitation that would exclude strenuous labor and physical activity Has no known mental disorder or retardation that would prevent participation in a program which requires intensive interaction and strenuous physical activity Georgia law and departmental policy identify eligibility criteria for boot camp plus candidates as follows: Must be a male not less than 17 and not more than 40 years of age, at the time of sentencing Must have at least 25 months but not more than 5 years to serve in prison Has no known contagious or communicable disease Has no known physical limitation that would exclude strenuous labor and physical activity Has no known mental disorder or retardation that would prevent participation in a program which requires intensive interaction and strenuous physical activity

11 In order to be recommended for Boot Camp the offender can not have committed any of the following offenses currently or in the past: Aggravated: Assault, Battery, Child Molestation, Sodomy or Stalking Armed Robbery Arson, 1st Degree Child Molestation Criminal Gang Activity Cruelty to Children Enticing a Child for Indecent Purposes Feticide Hijacking of Motor Vehicle Homicide by Vehicle (Felony) Incest Involuntary Manslaughter Kidnapping Murder Possession of a Firearm (if current offense) Possession of any Drug with Intent to Distribute Rape Residential Burglary (may have had probated sentence) Robbery (All types) Sale of any type of Drug Serious Injury by Vehicle (may have had probated sentence) Sexual Exploitation of Children Statutory Rape Trafficking of any Controlled Substance Voluntary Manslaughter

12 Probation Detention Centers The Georgia Department of Corrections operates 10 probation detention centers to provide short-term confinement of probationers in a secure, safe and work-oriented environment. A probation detention center (PDC) is a minimum-security facility for confining probationers, normally for a period of 60 to 120 days. Offenders may be sent directly to the center as a sentencing option or if they prove unable to fulfill their probation obligation in the community, may be sent to the detention center as a result of a revocation proceeding. Probation Detention Centers provide a sanctioning option for probationers who require more security or supervision than that provided by regular community supervision or a diversion center but may not qualify for a boot camp. The centers are highly structured with regimented schedules that include supervised, unpaid work in surrounding communities and programming geared toward making them more successful in the community. Housing The probation detention centers currently in operation over two thousand beds. One center houses women (approximately 230 beds). Typical features are: Four open dormitories with bunk beds Multi-purpose program areas Support services area (laundry, food service, maintenance, medical care) Staff offices, work areas and security stations Perimeter fence around detainee access areas Maintenance and chemical storage buildings Programming The following types of programming are available: Academic Education Employment Preparation Group Counseling Personal Health Primary Health Care Substance Abuse

13 Work Details The majority of Probation Detention Center detainees perform supervised work in the surrounding community. Most centers have contracts to provide details to local governments and to the Georgia Department of Transportation. Some detainees maintain the center through work details while a few other carefully screened detainees are assigned to jobs supervised by other governmental agencies.

14 Field Operation Managers North Belinda Davis State Prisons Private Prisons Augusta SMP Riverbend Colwell Baldwin Burruss CTC Central GDCP Hancock Hays Phillips Walker Probation Detention Centers Paulding

15 Southwest Cynthia Nelson Field Operation Managers (continued) State Prisons Private Prisons RSAT/ITF Autry Coffee Turner McEver Calhoun Bainbridge Patten Dodge Dooly Lee Macon Rutledge Valdosta Washington Wilcox Probation Detention Centers Treutlen

16 Southeast Robert Toole Field Operation Managers (continued) State Prisons Private Prisons RSAT/ITF Coastal Jenkins Appling Bacon GSP Wheeler Emanuel Johnson Montgomery Rogers Smith Telfair Ware Long Unit Probation Detention Centers Field Operation Managers (continued)

17 Female Facilities Kathy Seabolt State Prisons RSAT/ITF Arrendale West Central Bleckley Emanuel Pulaski Whitworth Helms Unit Probation Detention Centers Womens Transitional Center Coordinator - Tommy Fountain

18 Transitional Centers Albany Arrendale Atlanta Augusta Charles D. Hudson Clayton Coastal Columbus Transitional Centers (cont.) Macon Metro Phillips Smith Valdosta County Prisons Terry Edge County Prisons Bulloch Carroll Clarke Clayton Colquitt Coweta Decatur Effingham Floyd Gwinnett Hall Harris County Prisons (cont.) Jackson Jefferson Mitchell Muscogee Richmond Screven Spalding Sumter Terrell Thomas Troup

19 Georgia Department Of Corrections State Prisons

20 (LEE) ARRENDALE STATE PRISON 2023 GAINESVILLE HWY SOUTH POST OFFICE BOX 709 ALTO, GA (706) FAX: (706) ADULT/ JUVENILE FEMALE FELONS/PROBATIONERS CONSTRUCTED: 1926 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 1679 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY: 1393 OPENED: 1951 SECURITY LEVEL: Special Mission RENOVATED: 1999 Ensure public safety and effectively house offenders while operating a safe and secure facility. Also, provide housing for adult/juvenile female felons in addition to probationers sentenced to a residential substance abuse program. Provide mental health/mental rehabilitation, academic, vocational, and other basic program services for this population. Host facility for Arrendale Transitional Center and Colwell Probation Detention Center. Diagnostic facility for female offenders. Prison also houses Strategic Intervention Program. A Unit: Residential Substance Abuse Center, Transitional Center, General Population Supportive Living Unit. B Unit: General Population, Faith & Character Dorm, Canine Rescue Program. C Unit: Housing for Diagnostics & Strategic Intervention Program, General Population to include Guide Dog Program inmates. D Unit: General Population singe cell. E Unit: Administrative Segregation/Disciplinary Isolation single cells. WORK DETAILS: Farm operation (swine and cattle), general maintenance, food service, fire department, equine rescue center, outside contract details, canine rescue program, guide dog program. SPECIAL MANAGEMENT UNIT OPEN DORMITORY CANINE UNIT CORRECTIONS EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM FIRE STATION SINGLE CELLS CLOSE RESIDENTIAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM FARM OPERATIONS DOUBLE CELLS Fast Track General Equivalency Diploma, Charter High School Moral Reconation Therapy, Motivation for Change, Detour, Family Violence, Thinking For a Change, Re-Entry, Parenting, Relapse Prevention, Behavior Stabilization, Career Center, Children s Center General Recreation Various Worship Services, Bible Study, & Pastoral Counseling Small Engine Repair, Auto Mechanics, Auto Paint, Woodworking, Cosmetology, Electrical Wiring, Warehousing, Welding (Metal Fabrication), Food Service, Fire Department, Educational & Library Aides, Office Technology, Automotive Maintenance/Detailing, Farm Worker, and Veterinary Technician. Take I-85N to I-985N, take the Gainesville & Lake Lanier exit. I-985 will change to Hwy 365 at Exit #24. Continue on Hwy 365, after the second light, travel approximately eight miles and watch for the Habersham County sign. Travel one mile past that sign to mile marker 38. A green "Lee Arrendale State Prison" sign will be on the right, turn right onto Mt. Zion Road. Continue straight at the four-way stop, turn left at the dead end by the fire station and Lee Arrendale State Prison is on the left.

21 AUGUSTA STATE MEDICAL PRISON 3001 GORDON HWY GROVETOWN, GA (706) FAX: (706) ADULT MALE FELONS CONSTRUCTED: 1982 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 1326 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY: 948 OPENED: 1983 SECURITY LEVEL: CLOSE (SPECIAL MISSIONS) RENOVATED: Ensure public safety and effectively house offenders while operating a safe and secure facility. Also, provide centralized acute and specialized medical services and Mental Health services for male and female offenders primarily as transients or outpatients and house severe medical cases. This facility is a Sex Offender Release Site and a Host facility for Augusta Transitional Center. Four living units are divided into two separate units. Each has a support building that contains a multi-purpose room and a counseling office. One open dorm consisting of 411 beds with 96 beds designated for medical transient housing. Seven nursing units have a security control room with single patient rooms, along with a thirty-five (35) bed Crisis Stabilization Unit and a twelve (12) bed Acute Care Unit. Mental Health Support building utilizes dining area. Fast Track building is an open dormitory with 256 beds. WORK DETAILS: In-house maintenance and custodial details. Prison's mission limits availability of outside details. SEX OFFENDER RELEASE SITE OPEN DORMITORY TACTICAL SQUAD TIER II SEGREGATION MANAGEMENT SINGLE CELLS CORRECTIONS EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM DIAGNOSTIC UNIT CLOSE GENERAL Education Diploma, Adult Basic Education, Literacy/Remedial Motivation for Change, Thinking for a Change, Family Violence, Moral Reconation Therapy, Matrix Early Recovery Skills & Relapse Prevention, SOPP, Reentry Skill Building, Activity Therapy, TOPSTEPP, Specialized Groups for Mental Health General Recreation Various Worship Services, Bible Study, Prayer Group Food Preparation, Barbering, Laundry Services, & Horticulture Take I-20E to Exit 190, approximately 138 miles. Turn right onto Horizon South Pkwy. Travel about two miles. You will pass Serta Mattress and John Deere Tractor plant. The next intersection is Wrightsboro Road. Continue through this intersection and onto Katherine Street. Follow this road about ¾ mile; it will end at Robinson Avenue. Turn left onto Robinson Avenue and at the next red light turn right onto Gordon Hwy. Travel.8 miles to the prison entrance and turn right before the railroad trestle.

22 (JIMMY) AUTRY STATE PRISON 3178 MT ZION CHURCH ROAD POST OFFICE BOX PELHAM, GA (229) FAX: (229) ADULT MALE FELONS CONSTRUCTED: 1992 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 1703 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY: 1519 OPENED: 1992 SECURITY LEVEL: MEDIUM RENOVATED: 1998 Ensure public safety and effectively house offenders while operating a safe and secure Facility. Also, house general population medium security inmates due to their sentence, Offense or behavior. Has a capacity for housing 650 Level Two Mental Health Inmates, 196 Faith & Character Based Dormitory is a functional part of the facility and a 42 bed Accommodated Living Unit. Host facility for Bainbridge PSATC. Serves as a Regional Pharmacy, Mental Health Catchment for Lee SP, Calhoun SP, Albany TC, Mitchell CCI, Thomas CCI, Decatur CCI, Bainbridge PSATC, and Colquitt CCI. One building with four separate open bunk dormitories. Each dormitory consist of 38 Double bunks. Six buildings with two living units containing 96 beds each. Three living units in these buildings have triple bunks on the bottom range only. One other building consists of 86 beds for segregation and 47 beds for isolation and protective custody. WORK DETAILS: Autry Grounds & Maintenance, a 60-man Correctional Industries Boot Plant detail and an 8-man unit Fire Station. CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES OPEN DORMITORY FIRE STATION SINGLE CELLS TACTICAL SQUAD MINIMUM CERT TEAM MEDIUM GED, ABE, Literacy Pre-Release, Lifer s Group, Family Violence, Alcohol Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), M4C, Matrix Early Recovery, Matrix Relapse Prevention, Moral Recognation Therapy, Thinking for a Change, Sex Offender Psycho-Educational Program, Career Center General Recreation, Leisure Skills Various Worship Services, Bible Study, & Inmate Choir Footwear Manufacturing, Food Preparation, Barbering, Laundry, Painting, Sanitation, Library Aide and Horticulture, Auto Detailing, Custodial & Building Maintenance, Basic Computer Operations, Fork Lift, Grounds Keeper, Career Clerk Take I-75S to Exit 99, GA-FLA Pkwy/GA 300 to Cordele. Go right on Hwy 300 to first Traffic light in Albany and then turn right on Hwy 19 South to Mitchell County. Just past mile marker nine, turn left onto Mt. Zion Church Road. Autry State Prison is approximately one mile on the right.

23 BALDWIN STATE PRISON 301 LAYING FARM ROAD POST OFFICE BOX 218 HARDWICK, GA (478) FAX: (478) ADULT MALE FELONS CONSTRUCTED: 1976 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 925 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY: 801 OPENED: 1976 SECURITY LEVEL: CLOSE RENOVATED: 1989 Ensure public safety and effectively house close security offenders while operating a safe and secure facility. Other missions include Mental Health Level III services including a Supportive Living Unit, nine Acute Care beds and seven Crisis Stabilization beds. Additionally, we provide Mental Health evaluation and support services for 7 facilities. Host facility for a Transportation Hub; a 16 bed infirmary as well as several on-site specialty clinics are offered to provide care on an as needed basis. Consists of seven housing units or 754 GP beds in open dormitory, tiered living unit, or twoman cell design. Housing also includes Acute Care, Crisis Stabilization, hospital infirmary and segregation. WORK DETAILS: Two details for the Food Distribution Warehouse. One detail each for Outside Grounds, Georgia Military College, Care and Custody, Colony Farm, Arnall Building, Food Distribution Unit Meat Plant, Food Distribution Maintenance, Food Distribution Vehicle Maintenance, GCI Warehouse and the GA State Patrol. OPEN DORMITORY SINGLE CELLS CLOSE CORRECTIONS EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM TACTICAL SQUAD CANINE NINE UNIT GED, ABE, Literacy Remedial Education, Special Education HIV Awareness, Positive Mental Attitude, Re-Entry, T4C, Celebrate Recovery, Family Violence, Integrity Program, Numerous Mental Health Groups, M4C, AA General Recreation Various Worship Services, Gospel Music, Pastoral Counseling Food Preparation, Horticulture, Graphic Arts, Meat Cutting, Maintenance, Fork Lift operation, Barber. Take I-20E to Exit #113. Turn right onto Hwy 441 South to Milledgeville. Once in the city limits, go through two traffic lights. At the third traffic light turn right on Roberson Mill Road. Cross railroad tracks; Roberson Mill Road turns into Hwy 441 Bypass. After the fourth traffic light, merge to the far left lane. Take the first left at Midway School. Turn on the second paved road on the left, Laying Farm Road and Baldwin State Prison will be at the top of the hill on the left.

24 BURRUSS CORRECTIONAL TRAINING CENTER 1000 INDIAN SPRINGS DRIVE POST OFFICE BOX 5849 FORSYTH, GA (478) FAX: (478) ADULT MALE FELONS CONSTRUCTED: 1986 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 798 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY: 600 OPENED: 1986 SECURITY LEVEL: MEDIUM RENOVATED: Ensure public safety and effectively house offenders while operating a safe and secure facility. Provide work and rehabilitation programs for 650 General Population offenders. Operate a 102 bed Probation Boot Camp. Provide offender labor for maintenance and operation of the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC). Provide support for the Tift Campus, to include Mobile Construction Services. Housing capacity for 98 juvenile offenders, to include those sentenced under SB440. Host facility for West Central Integrated Treatment Facility Consist of four buildings that are subdivided into four housing units each. Each unit contains 50 double-bunked cells on two tiers. WORK DETAILS: There are 24 Work details at Georgia Public Safety Training Center, 6 at Tift Campus, 3 at City Of Forsyth, 2 at Forestry, 2 at Dept. of Natural Resources, 3 at Dept. of Transportation, 1 detail each at Georgia State Patrol, D.O.C. Care and Custody Warehouse, Jackson National Guard Armory, Forsyth Police Dept., City of Barnesville, Butts. Co., the D.O.T. Weigh Station, and GDCP Grounds. There are 5 Mobile Construction Details at Tift and Fleet. BOOT CAMP DOUBLE CELLS DIAGNOSTIC UNIT (Youthful Offenders) General Education Diploma, Adult Basic Education, Literacy, Correspondence Courses, Title I and Special Education, Bartlett Reading, English As A Second Language Family Violence, Motivation For Change, Re-Entry, Thinking For A Change, Moral Recognition Therapy General Recreation, Wellness Walk Various Worship Services, Bible Study, Confronting Self Concepts, Heads Up, Kairos Reunion, Specialized Dorm New Beginnings Custodial, Food Preparation, Horticulture, Customer Service, Teacher Aides, Veterinarian Assistant (Guide Dog Program), Warehouse Management, Forklift Driver, Barbering, Food Service Preparation & Cooks Take I-75S for approximately 60 miles to Exit 188. Exit and turn right at the stop sign onto North Lee Street. Go.5 miles and turn left, cross over the railroad tracks onto the Georgia Public Safety Training enter access road. Turn left into the entrance for the Georgia Public Safety Training Center. Turn right at the first four-way stop. Burruss Correctional Training Center will be on the right. CALHOUN STATE PRISON

25 27823 MAIN STREET POST OFFICE BOX 249 MORGAN, GA (229) FAX: (229) ADULT MALE FELONS CONSTRUCTED: 1993 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 1663 OPEATIONAL CAPACITY: 1560 OPENED: 1994 SECURITY LEVEL: MEDIUM RENOVATED: 2008 Ensure public safety and effectively house offenders while operating a safe and secure facility. To provide educational classes and self-help programs to aid inmates with a successful reentry into society. Consists of nine housing units with 24 triple-bunked cells each and 24 double-bunked cells each. Eight open dormitories with a total of 480 beds. There are 95 segregation/isolation cells. WORK DETAILS: A fire station is manned by inmate firefighters. Work details for Calhoun County and Georgia State Patrol. OPEN DORMITORY MEDIUM 2 CORRECTIONS EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM DOUBLE CELLS TRIPLE CELLS FAITH BASED DORMITORY FIRE STATION General Education Diploma, Adult Basic Education, Literacy Remedial, Correspondence Courses, Title I, English As A Second Language Family Violence, Motivation For Change, Re-Entry, Thinking For A Change, Moral Recognition Therapy, Pre-Release, Behavioral Stabilization General Recreation Various Worship Services, Faith Character Based Program Electrical, Forklift Operator, Food Service Worker, Horticulture, Sanitation, Building Maintenance, Education Aide, Library Aid, Laundry, Grounds Keeping, Office Clerk, Career Clerk Take I-75S to 475S (It will run back into I-75 south) to exit 127/Hwy 26 West. In Oglethorpe, turn left on Hwy 49 South. In Dawson, take Hwy 45 South. Stay on Hwy 45 until you reach Morgan and turn right at the first stop sign. Go to the next stop sign and turn right again. Take the 1st left onto Hwy 45, go about one mile and Calhoun State Prison will be on your right. CENTRAL STATE PRISON

26 4600 FULTON MILL ROAD MACON, GA (478) FAX: (478) ADULT MALES CONSTRUCTED: 1978 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 1153 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY: 1107 OPENED: 1978 SECURITY LEVEL: MEDIUM RENOVATED: Ensure public safety and effectively house offenders while operating a safe and secure facility by housing general population and mental health Level III offenders. This facility also operates a Correctional Industries Garment Factory. It is also the central tool/vehicle storage and warehouse for the Offender Construction Division. (Sex Offender Release Site) Host facility for Macon Transitional Center. Six living units each, containing four pods. Each pod has 12 two-man cells. Half of one unit contains 24 Isolation/Segregation beds. 141 beds are reserved for Mental Health Level III. A separate "fast track" unit houses 288 general population offenders in four open dormitories with 72 beds per dorm. WORK DETAILS: Correctional Industries, Mobile Construction, Bibb County, and the City of Macon all have work details. SEX OFFENDER RELEASE SITE OPEN DORMITORY CORRECTIONS EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES CANINE UNIT SINGLE CELLS MEDIUM Literacy/Remedial, Adult Basic Education, General Education Diploma Preparation Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous, Motivation For Change, Thinking for A Change, Case Management, Individual Counseling, Family Violence, Thinking For A Change, Moral Recognition Therapy, Lifer's Confronting Self Concept, Health Awareness General Recreation, Wellness Program, Special (Mental Health/Mental Rehabilitation) Recreation Various Worship Services, Pastoral Counseling, Religious Education Carpentry, Plumbing, Building Maintenance, Correctional Industries Garment Manufacturing Take I-75S to I-475S/GA-408 South and exit #177 towards Valdosta. Travel 11.5 miles. Take Exit #3 for US-80 toward Macon/Roberta. Turn right onto US-80 West/Eisenhower Pkwy/Georgia 22 West. Travel 1.6 miles and turn left onto Fulton Mill Road. Travel 1.5 miles and Central State Prison is on the left. COASTAL STATE PRISON

27 POST OFFICE BOX GULF STREAM ROAD GARDEN CITY, GA (912) FAX: (912) POPULATION: ADULT MALE FELONS CONSTRUCTED: 1981 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 1836 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY: 1622 OPENED: 1981 SECURITY LEVEL: MEDIUM RENOVATED: 1999 Ensure public safety and effectively house offenders while operating a safe and secure facility and providing diagnostic intake services for the Strategic Intervention Program (S.I.P.), Intensive Re-entry Program, and a Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program. In addition, there is a Probation RSAT Program, a Faith and Character Based Program, and four assisted living dorms. CSP is also the host facility for Coastal Transitional Center which as a Community In-Reach Program. Housing consists of twelve housing units. Six units contain 36 cells each, the cells are divided into 12 two-man cells and 24 four-man cells. Each of these 6 units has 120 beds, totaling 720. There are four units which have open bay dormitories totaling 844 beds. There is one unit with 184 beds which houses 92 Faith and Character inmates and 92 Incentive Inmates, one segregation unit with 74 beds, and an Infirmary with 12 beds. There are a total of 1834 beds at Coastal State Prison. WORK DETAILS: One D.O.T. detail, two Garden City details, institutional details including maintenance, grounds, warehouse, food service, laundry, sanitation/janitorial, barbers, library and educational aides, Career Center Clerks. ABBREVIATED DIAGNOSTIC UNIT BOOT CAMP ADA / OPEN DORMITORIES RE-ENTRY PROGRAM TWO AND FOUR MAN CELLS REGIONAL INFIRMARY FAITH & CHARACTER BASED PROGRAM MINIMUM SECURITY CERT TEAM TACTICAL SQUAD RSAT PROGRAM CAREER CENTER COMMUNITY IN-REACH PROGRAM GED, ABE, and Literacy Substance Abuse: Motivation for Change, Matrix (early recovery skills), RSAT Detour, MRT, Active Parenting, Re-entry, Thinking for Change Library: General Library, Legal Library, Career Center General Recreation Various Worship Services and Bible Studies Vocational/ OJT: Food Service, Maintenance, Barbering, Warehouse, General Clerk, Custodial Maintenance, Grounds Keeping Take I-75S to I-16E to I-95N (just outside Savannah) to exit 104. Exit right onto Airlines Drive, then turn left onto Gulf Stream Road. Cross one set of railroad tracks and turn right at the sign. DODGE STATE PRISON 2971 OLD BETHEL ROAD

28 POST OFFICE BOX 276 CHESTER, GA (478) FAX: (478) ADULT MALE FELONS CONSTRUCTED: 1982 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 1238 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY: 1174 OPENED: 1983 SECURITY LEVEL: MEDIUM RENOVATED: 1989 Ensure public safety and effectively house offenders while operating a safe and secure facility by providing work and rehabilitation programs for general population prisoners. Host facility for Truetlen Probation Detention Center. Consists of 19 housing units divided into two 50-man dormitories (one of which is the isolation/segregation unit - 10 isolation beds and 40 segregation beds), one 36 man dorm, and one housing unit divided into four open dorms (Q1, Q2, Q3 holds 58 per dorm; Q4 holds 54) and two 12 man dorms (F and J buildings hold 12). WORK DETAILS: Five off-property details plus Correctional Industries Woodworking furniture and Grounds Maintenance. CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES FIRE STATION CORRECTIONS EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM OPEN DORMITORY CANINE UNIT MEDIUM TACTICAL SQUAD General Education Diploma, Adult Basic Education, Literacy Remedial Motivation for Change, Moral Recognition Therapy, Re-Entry, Family Violence, Thinking for Change, Lifers, Matrix Relapse Prevention, Matrix Early Recovery Skills, Alcoholics Anonymous, Sex Offender Psyco-Educational Program, Detour, Career Center General Recreation Various Worship Services, Bible Study Food Preparation, Auto Detailing, Basic Computer Operation, Building Maintenance, Career Clerk, Cook Apprentice, Custodial Maintenance, General Office Clerk, Grounds Keeper, Warehouse or Store Clerk, Warehousing and Inventory Control, Correctional Industries Wood Products Manufacturing, Barbering, and Laundry Operations Take I-75S to I-16 in Macon. Continue East toward Savannah to Exit 49 (Hwy 257 South) toward Dexter. Continue about seven miles to Dexter and another seven miles to Chester. When entering Chester, go straight at the stop sign on Caroline Avenue. Dodge State Prison is about ¼ mile on the right. DOOLY STATE PRISON 1412 PLUNKETT ROAD POST OFFICE BOX 750 UNADILLA, GA 31091

29 (478) FAX: (478) ADULT MALE OFFENDERS CONSTRUCTED: 1993 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 1689 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY: 1610 OPENED: 1994 SECURITY LEVEL: MEDIUM TRAINING FACILITY AND FIRING RANGE Houses medium security general population inmates that may not be suitable for a county prison due to their offense or physical limitations. D.S.P. provides Medical, Counseling, Education, Recreation, Library, Chapel, Fire Services, and general work programs for all inmates assigned. Dooly State Prison has a fully operational farm that produces fresh vegetables for shipping to state facilities. Dooly State Prison is a Sex Offender Release Site and a Host Facility for McEver Probation Detention Center. Operating capacity is Housing consists of eight living units: 4 units are 24 triple bunked cells; the top range are doubled-bunked cells 120 beds per dorm; one open living unit with four separate living areas, which contain 544 beds. There is one isolation/segregation unit that contains 71 beds: the bottom range has 2 man bunks and the top range has single bunks; the general population dorm consists of double bunks and 11 rooms that have triple bunks. WORK DETAILS: Fire Fighter Services, Farm Services, Recycling, Building and Outside Grounds, Outside Maintenance, Paint, Horticulture, Georgia National Fairgrounds, City of Warner Robins, Houston County, Georgia State Patrol for Cordele, Dooly County Courthouse, City of Unadilla, Bibb County I, II, & III, Flint River Forestry OPEN DORMITORY MEDIUM SEX OFFENDER RELEASE SITE FIRE STATION TACTICAL SQUAD CORRECTIONS EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM Vocation/OJT: General Education Diploma, Adult Basic Education, Literacy Remedial Individual & Group Counseling, SOPP, Moral Recognition Therapy, Family Violence, Thinking for a Change, Lifers, Matrix Relapse Prevention, Matrix Recovery Skills, AA, Celebrate Recovery, Re-entry Skills Building and TOPPSTEP. General Recreation. Various Worship Services. Food Service, Laundry, Painter, Warehouse, Sanitation, Horticulture, Maintenance Repair, Mechanic Helper, Recycling, and General Clerk Aide for Library/Education. Take 1-75S, exit 122/Highway 230. Turn left and go through Unadilla. Approximately one mile past Unadilla, turn left onto Plunkett Road. Dooly State Prison in on the right. EMANUEL WOMEN'S FACILITY 714 GUMLOG ROAD POST OFFICE BOX 218

30 SWAINSBORO, GA (478) FAX (478) ADULT FEMALE FELONS CONSTRUCTED: 1995 MAXIMUM CAPACITY: 415 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY: 408 OPENED: 1996 SECURITY LEVEL: MEDIUM RENOVATED: 2011 Ensure public safety and effectively house female offenders while operating a safe and secure facility. In addition: house female offenders that are medium and minimum security; and house Level II outpatient Mental Health offenders. Host facility for Emanuel Probation Detention Center Six (6) open dormitories that house forty-four (44) per dorm and nine (9) open dorms that house sixteen (16) per dorm. There are four (4) segregation/isolation cells that can hold seven (7) offenders WORK DETAILS: Food Service workers, Ironing detail, Sanitation orderlies, Recreation aides, Multi-purpose aides, Outside Grounds detail, Educational aides, Visitation orderlies, Dorm orderlies, Administration orderlies, Career Center orderlies, Cosmetology aides, Library aides, Yard aides, Maintenance orderlies, store aides, Paint aides, and Laundry aides. OPEN DORMITORY MINIMUM MEDIUM Peer Facilitator Program: General Education Diploma, Adult Basic Education, Literacy Remedial Education Motivation for Change, Moral Recognition Therapy, Matrix, Re-Entry, Thinking for a Change, Veterans Re-entry Program, Active Parenting General Recreation, Intramural Sports Various Worship Services, Bible Study, Choir, Praise Dance Teams, Pastoral Counseling Money Management, Journaling, Family Relationships, Basic & Advanced Communication Skills, Release Planning, Problem Solving & Conflict Management, Crisis Management & Handling Strong Emotion, Self-Leadership & Character Development, Electronic Technology & Modern Social Environment, Constructive Leisure & Free Time, Debate, Public Speaking, Grief, Foreign Language Cosmetology, Custodial Maintenance, Grounds Maintenance, Laundry, Building Maintenance Repairer, General Clerk, Food Preparation, Baker, Cook Apprentice, Kitchen Helper, and Commercial Painting 1 & 2. Take I-75S to Macon. Take I-16 to Swainsboro (Highway #1) Exit. Turn left onto Highway # 1 going north. Go approximately 15 miles to Swainsboro. On the Bypass around Swainsboro turn right at the first traffic (Highway #80). Go to the first traffic light and turn left onto Kite Highway. Go to the second cross road (Robin Road) and turn right. Go to the dead end and turn left onto Gumlog Road. Facility is approximately one half mile on the right. GEORGIA DIAGNOSTIC AND CLASSIFICATION PRISON 2978 HWY 36 WEST POST OFFICE BOX 3877 JACKSON, GA (770)

31 FAX: (770) ADULT MALE FELONS CONSTRUCTED: 1968 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 2487 OPERATIONALCAPACITY: 2029 OPENED: 1968 SECURITY LEVEL: SPECIAL MISSION RENOVATED: 1998 Ensure public safety and effectively house offenders while operating a safe and secure facility. Also conduct diagnostic processing for offenders, houses offenders under death sentence (UDS) and carry out state ordered executions. In addition, we offer a Special Management Program consisting of 192 beds. Consists of eight cellblocks containing both double-bunked and single-bunked cells. There are also eight dormitories, a fast track unit housing 256 general population inmates and a medical unit. WORK DETAILS: Fire Station, Grounds Maintenance, Waste Water Plant, Canine, and Laundry details. SPECIAL MANAGEMENT UNIT DIAGNOSTIC UNIT OPEN DORMITORY UNDER DEATH SENTENCE SINGLE CELLS CLOSE FIRE STATION CANINE UNIT TACTICAL SQUAD CORRECTIONS EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM General Education Diploma, Remedial, Literacy, Adult Basic Education, OJT Family Violence, Psychological Education Groups For Mental Health Offenders, Motivation For Change General Recreation Various Worship Services, Study Groups, Pastoral Counseling Take I-75S toward Macon to Exit 201, Jackson/Barnesville. Exit and turn left, go over the bridge and travel approximately ¼ mile. Turn left at the second traffic light, you will see the entrance to the Diagnostic Center ahead on the left, a Wilco Travel Plaza and Hess fueling station on the right. Follow Prison Boulevard to the facility. GEORGIA STATE PRISON 300 1ST AVENUE SOUTH REIDSVILLE, GA (912) FAX: (912)

32 ADULT MALE FELONS CONSTRUCTED: 1937 PHYSICAL CAPACITY: 1524 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY: 981 OPENED: 1937 SECURITY LEVEL: MEDIUM (SPECIAL MISSION) RENOVATED: 1979 Ensure public safety by effectively operating a safe and secure facility while housing medium General Population, mental health and the most recalcitrant and aggressive male adult offenders incarcerated in the Georgia Prison system. Consists of ten double bunked & four single bunked Medium Security General Population dormitories; three double bunked Close Security General Population dormitories; two TIER 1 & eight TIER 2 Administrative Segregation dormitories; one surgical single bunked dormitory; three TIER 2 Mental Health Level 3/Supportive Living dorms; & four Mental Health Level 3 Supportive Living General Population dorms. Consists of an eighteen bed Infirmary; an eight single bed Fire Station; and one Involuntary Protective Custody dormitory. Inmates assigned to the Fire Team/Station reside away from the main compound at the Fire Station. WORK DETAILS: Three Contract Details, GCI Details, Grounds Maintenance, Outside Maintenance, and Mobile Construction. SINGLE CELLS & DOUBLE BUNKS MEDIUM (SPECIAL MISSIONS) SPECIAL MANAGEMENT UNIT TACTICAL SQUAD TEAM (2) CANINE UNIT CORRECTIONS EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES FIRE STATION MOBILE SURGICAL UNIT General Education Diploma, Adult Basic Education, Literacy Remedial Reading Motivation for Change, Detour, Re-entry Skills Building, Matrix Early Recovery Skills, Matrix Relapse Prevention, Thinking for a Change, Moral Reconation Therapy, Family Violence, Lifer s Group, O.U.T. Self Discovery, O.U.T. Choices & Change, and O.U.T. Turning Point General Recreation Various Worship Services, Bible Study, Kairos Custodial Maintenance, Kitchen Helper, Food Prep, Laundry, Warehouse/Store Clerk, Library Aide, Teacher s Aide, Welding, Sheet metal worker, Electrician Helper, Plumber Helper, Construction Worker 1, Painter, Building Maintenance, Groundskeeper, Barber, Warehouse Worker, Carpenter Apprentice, Computer Operations Take I-75S to Macon, then I-16 toward Savannah to exit 98, Stillmore/Aline Exit. Turn right onto Hwy 57 south to Reidsville. At first traffic light, turn right onto Hwy 280. Go approximately three blocks and bear left onto Hwy 147/178. Travel approximately seven miles and Georgia State Prison will be on your right. HANCOCK STATE PRISON 701 PRISON BLVD

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