Freshly appointed commissioner, Michael Nail, explains Georgia's newest state agency -- the Department of Community Supervision.
Do you know what the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council does?
In 21 years, between 1990 and 2011, Georgia prisons doubled in occupancy. And state spending increased—by over $500 million annually.
Something needed to change. Something wasn’t working.
Learn how you can help keep Georgia's children safe.
Reporting tips to the GBI can help solve crimes.
HB 242, also known as the Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 2013, went into affect on January 1, 2014. See how this bill's implementation will help improve the future of young offenders and save Georgia taxpayers significant amounts of money.
Driving with impaired judgment is a deadly risk that should not be taken.
Before applying for a pardon, review some simple guidelines.
Georgia houses hundreds of correctional facilities--jails, prisons, juvenile, county, state, etc. Discover how you can find the one you're looking for.
The Georgia Department of Corrections and Georgia Bureau of Investigation can help you track incarcerated and released offenders.