|Habersham County Sheriff's Office · 1000 Detention Drive · Clarkesville, GA 30523 · (706) 839-0500|
Habersham County Detention Center
The Habersham County Detention Center houses inmates who are awaiting trial or have been sentenced to one year or less. Inmates are treated in a fair and professional manner as required by law and are provided programs such as GED, and Religious Programs.
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Inmate visitation is held at the Habersham County Detention
Center on scheduled days (See Schedule below). All visitors,
prior to visiting an inmate at the Detention Center, must be put
on the inmate's visitation list by the inmate,
and then the list
has to be approved by Detention Center staff.
Visitation Schedule SaturdaySaturday Male Visitation A&B Blocks
Inmates with the last names beginning with A through M
1300 Hrs. to 1530 Hrs.
Saturday Females Visitation D Block
Inmates in Protective Custody C Block
Visitation Schedule Sunday
Sunday Male Visitation A&B Blocks
Sunday Females Visitation D Block
Inmates in Protective Custody C Block
Attorney may visit any time. Clergy may visit during the hours of 0900 Hrs. to 1700 Hrs. Unless approved by the administration.
VALID GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID REQUIRED: A valid government issued photo ID is required to be shown by visitors, age 16 and above, before visitation will be allowed. Acceptable ID's are state issued drives license or ID Card, military ID card, or passport, etc.
SPECIAL VISITS: Requests for special visits outside established schedules must be approved by Captain Hendrix.
TERMINATION OR DENIAL OF VISIT: Visits may be terminated or denied for violation of the visitation rules by visitors or inmates or when there is reason to believe the visit may not be in the best interest of the security and welfare of the Detention Center. In the event of an emergency situation or condition, visitation may be modified, restricted or cancelled until further notice.
Inmate Commissary Accounts
All inmates of the Detention Center have commissary accounts and are permitted to purchase items from the Detention Centers Commissary. Persons wishing to put money in an inmate's account may do so during visitation. We now have Kiosk cash machine where money can be placed on an inmate's account at the detention center 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Inmates may write and receive correspondence. Incoming mail must have the inmate's name above or below the mailing address and must have a complete return address including full name of sender. Postage, paper and envelopes are provided to the inmates through commissary.
Cell blocks are equipped with collect telephones. Inmates may use these phones from 6:00am until 11:00pm daily. All outgoing calls are made collect.
Call the detention center in case of emergency and ask to speak to the watch commander.
Inmates cannot receive calls or messages.
These services are for the inmates only and will be held each Sunday determined by the Detention Center.
Bonds and Bond type
If the offense is bondable and all the requirements are met, a bond may be made at any time.
Cash bond: The full amount may be posted in cash or money order.
Property bond: Person posting property bond must own property in Habersham county and the bond amount does not exceed the amount of equity in said property an their name appears in the tax books of Habersham County or they have current tax statement in their name. Picture ID is required.
Out of County: Property owners must go to the Sheriff's Office said property and return with a sealed bond. You must have information of court, court date and time, charges and the amounts of the bonds.
Professional bondsman: Arrangements must be made between the two parties.
Just In Time Bonding
Habersham County Detention Center will issue jail uniforms and jail shoes. Personal hygiene items must be purchased through the inmate commissary. Medications or special needs items must be approved by medical staff.
Court clothes are accepted for jury trials or by written request of his/her attorney. These clothes must be picked up immediately after court.
Property remaining at the detention center after 10 days and property of an inmate who has been found guilty or is a state inmate will be disposed of. Property may be picked up between the hours of 8:00am to 12:00pm.
Any property dropped off for an inmate, must be approved on a request form from the inmate.
Inmates are required to have one set of street clothes at the facility when released or transferred.
County Sheriff's Office
1000 Detention Drive Clarkesville, Ga. 30523
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