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Effective 5/30/08

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Spalding County Correctional Institution

Spalding County Correctional Institution

295 Justice Boulevard
Griffin, Georgia  30223

Phone:  (770) 467-4760
Fax:  (770) 467-4766

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Our Mission:
To provide housing, care and treatment and security for state inmates and a workforce that supports Spalding County government.

Directions to our Facility:
From Atlanta, take 1-75 south to Hwy. 19/41south to Griffin. Take the Griffin bypass to the Williamson Road/Hwy. 362 exit and turn left. Take an immediate left onto Justice Blvd. Go to the top of the hill, Spalding County Correctional Institute (C.I.) will be on the left just before the Spalding County Sheriff's Department.

From South of Griffin, take 1-75 North to the Jackson/Griffin exit. (#205) Head turn left, towards Griffin on Arthur Bolton Parkway. Go all the way through Griffin on the same road until you come to the intersection of Hwy. 19/41.  There will be a Kroger to your left immediately before this intersection. Turn south onto Hwy. 19/41.  Take the very next exit, which is Hwy 362/Williamson Rd. exit. Turn left and go under bridge.  Almost immediately turn left onto Justice Blvd. Go to top of the hill, Spalding County C.I. will be on the left just before the Spalding County Sheriff's Dept.

About Us:
The original Spalding County Correction Institute (C.I.) began as a "work camp" in 1952 on the site of the present day Spalding County Public Works Department, just down the road from our present location which was built in 2001. The Spalding County Correctional Institution (SCCI), serves to meet the workforce needs of local governments  while  fulfilling a contractual  obligation  to  the  Georgia  Department  of Corrections  by providing  safe and secure housing for  approximately 384 inmates  in compliance  with  all applicable policies and procedures. We are governed by the Spalding County Board of Commissioners thru the  County  Manager  and also by the  standard  operating  procedures  of the  Georgia Department  of Corrections.

There are approximately  65 inmate details with about 320 medium or minimum security state inmates assigned to work outside of the prison for a variety of local government departments as well as several in other  nearby jurisdictions. Some of these departments include Public Works, Water Authority, Parks and Recreation, Animal Control, Construction and Maintenance, Griffin-Spalding County School System, Georgia State Patrol posts in Griffin and Thomaston, Ga., Georgia Department of Corrections Mobile Construction Division, Griffin Police Department, Griffin City Cemetery, City Water Department, City Motor Pool, City of Thomaston Public Works, Henry County Public Works and Fayette County Public Works. The majority of these  "outside" work  details  are responsible  for  cutting  grass and picking up  trash  on county  roads, fixing or replacing  road signs on county  roads, laying asphalt, repairing  some bridges, digging  and  cleaning  out  ditches, preparing  ball  fields,  keeping  local  parks  clean, working  in  the automotive  and  maintenance   shops  and  providing   janitorial  services  to  many  local  government buildings. Another 55-60 inmates are assigned to "inside" details such as the laundry, kitchen, barber shop and dorm orderlies.

State inmates at a county camp will almost always be within a few months or years of their release from prison.  To that  end, the  Georgia Parole  Board  places requirements on inmates  about  certain classes and groups that they either  must attend  to satisfy some parole requirements or that  they can elect  to  attend  in  order  to  help  themselves.  SCCI offers the following classes for inmates:   G.E.D. preparation classes, a required class known as MRT, which stands for Moral Reconation Theory; Re­ entry skills classes, Motivation for Change and a computer lab. Religious services are also available for all inmates.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Quick Links:
Georgia Department of Corrections
State Board of Pardons and Paroles