COVID-19: Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement
COVID-19: Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement
Information about visitation and other criminal justice and law enforcement activities during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Department of Corrections Facilities
Community Supervision Offices
Community Supervision offices open by appointment only. The Department of Community Supervision will be open by appointment only and will continue to keep tabs on about 180,000 adult offenders across Georgia. However, the internship program has been suspended and will be reevaluated at a later time. DCS is also actively involved with emergency response efforts and remains committed to assisting its partners in law enforcement.
Criminal Justice Training
Criminal Justice training events have resumed. For information on upcoming training events, please visit the Events & Training page on the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council's website. Daily operations continue, and staff is available to respond to requests for assistance and essential services.
Administrative Office of the Courts
Order declares statewide judicial emergency. March oral argument sessions are cancelled and will be added to the April calendar. The chief justice has issued new rules and suspended filing deadlines.|