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Georgia Diagnostic & Classification State Prison is a prison facility located in the city of Jackson which resides in Butts County County. Georgia Diagnostic & Classification State Prison is a medium to maximum security prison facility located in Butts County. Georgia Diagnostic & Classification State Prison is a state prison, serving Jackson and surrounding areas. Georgia Diagnostic & Classification State Prison is located at 2978 Highway 36 W Jackson Georgia 30233-6150. It’s important to verify the location of your inmate before trying to visit.
More than anything, inmates need contact with their friends and family on the outside. Jails and Prisons don’t make this easy. Many charge inmates up to $14 a minute to make a long-distance phone call. Fortunately, there is an easy way to provide the jail with a local number your inmate can call that will ring your phone and/or those of other family and friends no matter where everyone lives. An inmate can then make their calls using the local number rate while talking to friends and family long distance. This service is provided by Globaltel at Inmate Calls. To send mail to an inmate go to Jail Postcards.
Every jail or prison will have their own unique rules for inmate visitation. Every inmate is informed of these visitation rules and what days and times they are allowed to have visitors. The first step is to get set up with phone service so you can contact your inmate directly and get accurate information about prison visitation. Prisoners are often placed in city jail for pretrial detention. Then they may be transferred back to jail to serve short sentences after trial, or placed in a temporary facility while awaiting transfer to a longer-term prison facility.
Georgia Diagnostic & Classification State Prison is a state prison, so most Georgia state prison inmates at Georgia Diagnostic & Classification State Prison will be serving longer sentences for more serious crimes than those held in City Police Jails or County Prisons. Incarceration in a State prison is hard on inmates and their families. Inmates will need regular funding for their commissary accounts to purchase items like postage, phone calls and even items like soap and toothpaste. This can be an extra burden on their family, so setting up a discount prison call account to avoid the fees jails charge for long distance calls is important. This can be set up at thru Globaltel’s local jail call service at Inmate Calls. Getting friends and family to chip in to regularly fund the inmate’s commissary account can also ease the financial burden on those now left to support their household on their own.
Georgia Diagnostic & Classification State Prison is in the EST time zone. The warden at Georgia Diagnostic & Classification State Prison is Eric Sellers. It’s important for families of inmates to help each other with information and tips about the prison facility they are in. You can leave comments and tips below about the best places to stay when visiting your inmate as well comments about any local service organization not already on our list of those available to help local families of inmates. We urge you to add your own comments about Georgia Diagnostic & Classification State Prison below. “
2978 Highway 36 W, Jackson, GA 30233-6150
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