Georgia Departament of Corrections

Georgia
Department Name
Georgia Department of Corrections
Official Website
Website
Currently Incarcerated Inmates
Link
Location
7 M L K Jr Drive, Suite 543, Atlanta, GA 30334
Phone Number
404-656-4661

Types of Correctional Facilities in Georgia

Those who are incarcerated and serving their time in a Georgia state prison are overseen by the Georgia Department of Corrections (DOC). Inmates who are in federal prison can be searched easily on the BOP website. However, those that are serving time in county jails, police jails, or city jails will not be found on the BOP website. Instead, you will need to find details on their specific site. Below you will find information on how to do an inmate search and from there talk to, visit, or send money to an inmate.

Georgia DOC Mission

Every state prison throughout the United States has a mission for those who are incarcerated, the community, and the workers. The Georgia Department of Corrections has an amazing team of people who protect the public through operating secure and safe facilities. Their mission is to reduce recidivism through effective programming, education, and healthcare.

The core values of professionalism, responsibility, integrity, dependability, and effectiveness (PRIDE) reflect the mission and values of the organization and form a foundation for which employees work to fulfill the mission.

How to do an Inmate Search

Finding an inmate is the first step to being able to contact, visit, or send money to an offender. From the Georgia Department of Corrections home page, you will see a menu across the top, click on “find an offender.” You must agree to the disclaimer.

You can search for the offender by name and description. To do this, you will need to know the inmates last name, first name, gender, race, age, and most recent institution if applicable. Or, you can search for an inmate if you know their ID or case number.

Some inmates will not be found during a search due to safety concerns. If you can’t find an inmate or need help, fill out the contact form.

How to Talk to an Inmate

To speak with an inmate via phone, you will need to use Securus Technologies. The Georgia Department of Corrections uses Securus Technologies to ensure your communications with an inmate are as smooth as possible. You will need information from the inmate search such as their facility to complete this step.

Friends and family members can set up a prepaid direct or collect account with Securus online or by calling 1-800-844-6591. Also, offenders can transfer money from their accounts to make telephone calls as well. Costs per minute range from .13 cents to .75 cents depending on the type of call. Keep the following in mind when you speak to an inmate:

  • All calls are subject to monitoring and recording
  • You can not do 3-way calling
  • The maximum phone call is 15 minutes
  • Calls are restricted to only telephone numbers on the offenders call allow list

Send Money to an Inmate

There are several ways you can send money to an offender. Each of these options is found on the Georgia DOC website. Here are the ways you can get money to your inmate:

  • Send a free money order. Simply click on create money order voucher, print the voucher, and mail it in.
  • Send money online. You can use the online system JPay to easily send an inmate money online. You will need their ID which will be found during an inmate search.
  • Send a moneygram. You can send a moneygram at locations such as CVS and Walmart. Send to Georgia DOC receiver code 6857/Georgia Probation Receiver code 6901.

Remember, following the guidelines and procedures for finding an inmate, talking to an inmate, and sending money are set in place to keep everyone secure and safe.

Correctional Facilities in Georgia

There are 488 jails and prisons in state Georgia

Southeast Regional Office

3800 CAMP CRK PK SW/BDG 2000 ATLANTA, GA, 30331

678-686-1200

Winterville City Jail

PO Box 306, Winterville, GA, 30683

706-742-5295

Willacoochee City Jail

103 Fleetwood Avenue, Willacoochee, GA, 31650

912-534-5991

Whigham City Jail

105 West Broad Avenue, Whigham, GA, 39897

229-762-3366

Villa Rica City Jail

101 Main Street, Villa Rica, GA, 30180

770-459-5149

Valdosta City Jail

1500 North Patterson Street, Valdosta, GA, 31698

229-333-7816

Tunnel Hill City Jail

Harry Griffin Parkway off of Highway 201, Tunnel Hill, GA, 30755

706-673-5535

Toccoa City Jail

92 North Alexander Street, Toccoa, GA, 30577

706-282-3275

Statesboro City Jail

PO Box 8072, Statesboro, GA, 30460

912- 478-5234

Social Circle City Jail

138 East Hightower Trail PO Box 310, Social Circle, GA, 30025

770-464-2366

Savannah City Jail

11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA, 31419

912-344-3333

Sandy Springs City Jail

5995 Barfield Road, Sandy Springs, GA, 30328

770-551-6900

Rome City Jail

5 Government Plaza, Rome, GA, 30161

706-238-5101

Rincon City Jail

West 17th Street, Rincon, GA, 31326

912-826-5200

Plains City Jail

102 East Church Street, Plains, GA, 31780

229-938-3793

Morrow City Jail

6311-A Murphy Drive, Morrow, GA, 30260

770-961-4006

Meigs City Jail

1006 Depot Street, Meigs, GA, 31765

229-683-3110

Macon City Jail

1065 Anthony Road, Macon, GA, 31204

478-779-2040

Lumpkin City Jail

413 Martin Luther King Boulevard, Lumpkin, GA, 31815

229-838-4333

Leslie City Jail

108 Commerce Street, Leslie, GA, 31764

229-874-5835