Prison & Correctional Institute

The Carroll County Correctional Institution provides housing for state and county inmates and a general labor force supporting Carroll County government. The 4 open bay dorms house about 240 inmates who range in security levels from medium to minimum.

External Work Assignments

About 200 inmates are assigned to work in various areas in the county. They provide labor to the following local agencies:
  • Animal Control
  • Carrollton Police Department
  • County Maintenance
  • Courthouse
  • Georgia State Patrol
  • Health Department
  • Parks Department
  • Recreation Department
  • Roads Department
  • County Landfill
  • Carroll County Agricultural Center

Internal Work Assignments

About 40-50 inmates work inside the prison at various tasks including:
  • Barber shop
  • Building maintenance
  • Janitorial services
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry

Programs & Services

In addition to the work opportunities offered to inmates, various self-improvement programs exist:
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Chapel Services
  • Family Violence Class
  • GED
  • General Recreation
  • Individual and Group Counseling
  • Substance Abuse 101
  • Victim Impact Class
  • Prison Rape Elimination Act
  • Welding Program