The Facilities Division is responsible for the direct supervision of all offenders sentenced to the Georgia Department of Corrections. The division operates:
- 34 state prisons, housing nearly 52,000 offenders
- 12 residential substance abuse treatment facilities
- 2 integrated treatment facilities
- 13 transitional centers
- 7 probation detention centers
The Division oversees the custody of state offenders by contract in:
- 4 private prisons
- 21 county prisons
There are three Regional Offices within the Facilities Division, which allows for the decentralization of operations. Regionalizing operations returns the agency to a time tested, effective formula for the optimal management of over 60 facilities and 9,700 staff across the state of Georgia.
For the FY2017 Allocation of Cost of Inmates, please click here.
For reports specific to the agency's offender population, please click here for the Reports section of our website. Reports are to include detailed statistical profiles of inmates admissions, inmate releases, standing populations to include total inmates, life sentence inmates, life without parole inmates, juveniles sentenced as adults, death row inmates and rosters of inmates from foreign counties. Reports are broken down by fiscal year, calendar year and by month.
The Facilities Division oversees the following:
- Communications Center
- Field Operations
- Fire Services and Life Safety
- Inmate/Medical Transportation
- Offender Administration
- Parole Revocation Center
- Private Prison Monitors
- Probation Detention Centers
- State Prisons
- Transitional Centers
For the Facilities Division directory and description page, please click on the links beow: