Inmate Accounts and Commissary Services
Under no circumstances may inmates have money in their possession while detained in the facility. Upon admission to the Adult Detention Center, all money in the possession of an inmate will be taken by the booking officer and a receipt will be given to the inmate. This money will be deposited in an account and credited to the inmate.
Family and friends can deposit funds into an inmate’s account for commissary purchases, medical services, etc. Money orders are accepted in any amount to deposit towards an inmate’s account. Cash and personal checks are not accepted. Money may also be deposited via direct deposit using the ATM located in the Lobby of the ADC which accepts credit cards, debit cards, and cash. Money deposited this way is automatically credited towards the inmate’s account.
Upon release from the Adult Detention Center, all funds credited to an inmate’s account will be released to the inmate during normal business hours – Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Any further questions regarding inmate commissary accounts, you may contact the Inmate Records Manager at 678-493-4209.
While incarcerated, inmates receive in-house medical, dental, and mental health treatment through the current contracted medical service provider, Southern Correctional Medicine. The direct number for medical inquiries is (678)-493-9550.
Inmates are allowed to make collect calls from the facility’s telephone services between the hours of 6 am to 10 pm. Inmates who are in disciplinary segregation are not allowed to make general phone calls. Individuals who experience trouble accepting calls from an inmate or have questions about their bill may contact Consolidated Telecom at 1-800-583-9683. The Consolidated Telecom call center can set up a pre-paid account by calling 1-866-430-0561.
Jail personnel will not pass on any personal messages to inmates. Any family emergencies will be directed to supervisory personnel.