Coweta County Jail

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The Sheriff’s Office Jail Division operates the Coweta County Jail – twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Detention officers provide for inmate security and safety. Officers work rotating twelve-hour shifts. One of the Jail Shifts below is always working.

- A-Shift: LT Bill Reed, SGT Clint Minix, CPL Anthony Cox
- B-Shift: LT Napoleon Rhodes, SGT Brian Johnson, CPL Shelisa Sinkfield
- C-Shift: LT Elizabeth Homer, SGT Mike Parks, CPL Shane Williams
- D-Shift: LT Brent Bass, SGT Walt Bishop, CPL Eric Smith
- Maintenance Unit: DS Jamie Arrington, DO Bo Monroe

The Maintenance Unit is responsible for physical maintenance of the Coweta County Jail.  This maintenance is achieved at a reduced cost using inmate labor.

How to send mail to an inmate in Coweta County Jail?

Correspondence and/or money may be sent to an inmate at the below listed address:
Coweta County Jail
Inmate Name, Location, and ID Number
560 Greison Trail
Newnan, GA  30263

It is important to include the full name of the inmate when sending correspondence since it is not unusual to have more than one inmate with the same name.  If the inmate’s housing location or ID number is known, please include this information as well.  The inmate location is the housing area for the inmate.  The inmate ID number is a specific identifier for the inmate, as more than one inmate may have the same name.

How to send money to an inmate in Coweta County Jail?

To put money on a Coweta County Sheriff’s Office inmate’s account, choose from the following procedures:

  1. Mail money order to the inmate (no personal checks are accepted and please, do not mail cash).  A jail officer will post the money order on the inmate’s account. The inmate’s full name should be on the money order.  Also, the sender should include their name and address on the money order.
  2. Bring money order to the Sheriff’s Office Bonding area, with above mentioned information.  A jail officer will post the money order on the inmate’s account.  The jail officer will need depositor’s valid government photo ID for this procedure.
  3. Bring cash, credit or debit card to the Sheriff’s Office Bonding area where an ATM is provided to deposit money on the inmate’s account.

There is a $2.50 transaction fee for each deposit for money orders and cash, and a 10% transaction fee for credit and debit cards.

Money for inmate’s Commissary Account should be received no later than 5:00 pm on Monday afternoon for store use. Any money deposited after that deadline will not be available for use until the following week.  No more than $100 will be accepted at any time.  Money possessed by an inmate at the time of booking in this facility will automatically be placed on the Inmate Commissary Account.  The purpose of money posted on the Inmate Commissary Account is for store purchases only.  If the inmate wishes to release all or part of this money to a friend or relative, the inmate must fill out a separate property release form for this purpose.  Money can be released only one time per booking. Inmates that are on restriction for any reason cannot release money.  At no time will money be transferred between inmates’ accounts.  There are no exceptions to these rules.

How to call an inmate in the Coweta County Jail?

Inmates in the Coweta County Jail may not receive incoming phone calls. Absent disciplinary restrictions, an inmate is free to place phone calls daily from 10:00 am until 10:00 pm There is a service fee charged by the phone service provider to the called party. The rates charged are regulated and approved by the Georgia Public Service Commission.

If you believe that your telephone bill contains an error or if a block has been placed on your phone due to billing issues, call Paytel at (800) 729-8355. If you are receiving unwanted calls from an inmate from the Coweta County Jail, you may request a block on your number by calling Paytel at (800) 729-8355, or the Coweta County Jail at (770) 253-1664, Monday through Friday, during the hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

How to visit an inmate in Coweta County Jail?

Each inmate is allowed only one (1) visiting session each scheduled visitation day.

Inmates in disciplinary segregation may be visited only by their attorneys, law enforcement officials, and the facility chaplains.

Each visit is limited to fifteen (15) minutes.  A maximum of four individuals (including children over two years of age) will be permitted to visit during a visitation session.  Children under two years of age are not allowed to visit.

Visitors must complete the registration process at the visitation desk ten (10) minutes before the scheduled visitation to attend the current visitation session.  After registration, the visitor must remain in the lobby until the inmate’s name is called.

All visitors must pass a security screening process similar to that for air travel.  Only two attempts to successfully complete the screening will be permitted. For this reason, visitors should leave all personal items in their vehicles.  The only items allowed are the visitor’s ID and one (1) automobile key.

Visitors who have criminal records or who have been previously incarcerated may not be allowed to visit.  This decision will be made on a case by case basis.

Intoxicated visitors are not allowed to visit and may be arrested.

Food, drink, and tobacco products are not allowed in the lobby, visitation area, or anywhere within the facility.

All visitors under the age of eighteen must be accompanied by an adult.

All visitors sixteen years of age and older must present a government issued photo identification card in order to visit.

Children must be kept under control at all times and may not be left unattended at any time.

Contact visits are not permitted.

Visitors are not allowed to pass anything to inmates.  Attempting to pass items could result in criminal prosecution.

Visitors are not permitted to stand or loiter anywhere near a perimeter fence.

Visitors are not permitted to attempt to communicate with inmates from the facility parking lot. Such actions will result in the individual being barred from the premises and his/her visitation privileges suspended or revoked.

Visitors are prohibited from inappropriately exposing themselves to inmates.

Visitors must be appropriately dressed in order to visit an inmate.

Coweta County Jail Visitation Schedule

Monday

6:30 pm

to 8:00 pm – A1 & B1

8:00 pm

to 9:30 pm – A2 & B2

Tuesday

6:30 pm

to 8:00 pm – A3 & B3

8:00 pm

to 9:30 pm – A4 & B4

Wednesday

6:30 pm

to 8:00 pm – A5 & B5

8:00 pm

to 9:30 pm – A6 & B6

Saturday

12:30 pm

to 2:00 pm – A1 & B1

2:00 pm

to 3:30 pm – A2 & B2

3:30 pm

to 5:00 pm – A3 & B3

Sunday

12:30 pm

to 2:00 pm – A4 & B4

2:00 pm

to 3:30 pm – A5 & B5

3:30 pm

to 5:00 pm – A6 & B6


Coweta County Jail Inmate Search

Inmate search provides information about current persons in custody of the Coweta County Jail. Inmate roster usually includes the following information: booking or admission time, first and last name, gender, race, age or date of birth. Sometimes more detailed inmate records are provided (case number, charges, bail/bond amount, previous charges, photo, address, sentence information, commitment information, disciplinary infractions, disciplinary appeals, parole action, parole placement, work program, detainer/ warrants, profile classification, etc.).

Inmate Search in Coweta County Jail is provided by Coweta County Jail itself or by other third party. We do not guarantee accuracy of the information provided by Coweta County Jail inmate search service. Be aware, that inmate information for different jails and prisons has different update periodicity. Usually inmate rosters are updated as new innmates data becomes available. Please see Coweta County Jail website for more information. Typically online inmate lists should not be considered an official record or an official inmate roster. Official records and inmate rosters are kept by Coweta County Jail.


Coweta County Jail Contact Details

State:
Georgia
County:
Coweta County
Address:
560 Greison Trail, Newnan, GA 30263
GPS:
33.381797, -84.78249199999999
Phone:
(770) 253-1664
Fax:
(770) 254-1043
badcock@coweta.ga.us, lwood@coweta.ga.us
Web:
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