To search for inmates in the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Adult Detention Facility, visit the online jail page for Douglasville, Georgia. Click on Jail in the heading menu, and search by name, beginning and ending booking date, and current inmate status. Sort the results by name or booking date. The site provides an inmate’s birthdate, gender, home address, bond amount and mugshot, if the information is available to the public.
Douglas County jail is a maximum security prison that houses inmates who have committed a range of offences, from low-level to violent crimes. The prison houses inmates sentenced with a year or less of jail time. Offenders with longer sentences reside in state or federal prisons.
To contact an inmate, call the prison, and leave a voice mail. Inmates must initiate outbound calls and cannot accept incoming calls. Voice mail messages can be up to three minutes long and cost $1.25 to the caller. When receiving calls, an automated message provides the option to accept or decline the call. To accept, press 1. To block future calls, call the prison from the phone number you wish to have blocked. A live operator can assist you in removing the inmate’s access to your phone number. To contact an inmate by mail, send a postcard addressed to the inmate to the prison. Law prohibits all other forms of mail correspondence.