Treutlen Probation Detention Center

The Treutlen Probation Detention Center is a medium-security, short-term facility for adult male probationers that is located in Soperton, Georgia. The maximum capacity of this detention center is 295, and the host facility is Montgomery State Prison. The average stay at Treutlen is 90 days.

This detention center is for probationers who require more security and supervision than what is provided by regular community supervision. The Treutlen Probation Detention Center is highly structured and has regimented schedules.

The residents of Treutlen are part of facility operations or do unpaid work in the surrounding communities. They live in one of six open dormitories with double and triple bunk beds. Each housing unit has 48 beds.

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Visiting Hours and Rules

COVID 19 Modified Visitation

As of July 2021, only modified visitation is allowed at Treutlen Probation Detention Center because of the pandemic. All visitors must request the visit in advance by accessing the Georgia DOC website, and they must be on their inmate's approved visitation list.

Visit scheduling requests are accepted between 5:00 am on Monday and 5:00 pm on Wednesday for that week’s visitation ONLY.

  • Inmates with last names beginning A - L visit on Saturday. Session one is from 9:00 am to 11:00 am, and session two is from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm.
  • Inmates with last names beginning M - Z visit on Sunday between 9:00 am - 11:00 am for session one and between 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm for session two.

When the DOC approves your request, you will receive an email confirmation. Inmates are only allowed one visit every other month during modified visitation, and visits can last a maximum of two hours. 

No more than two approved visitors are allowed and they must visit at the same time. No minor visitors under the age of twelve are allowed during modified visitation.

Disposable face masks are provided and must be worn at all times. Seating is socially distanced at twelve feet apart, and barriers separating offenders and loved ones are in place. No physical contact with inmates is allowed. Hand sanitizer is available, and vending machines are closed.

Treutlen Probation Detention Center visiting hours are on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Who Can Visit?

Members of an inmate's immediate family (parents, brothers, sisters, spouse, grandparents, grandchildren, and children) are eligible for visitation approval. If you are not an immediate family member, you still may be allowed to visit as a significant relationship visitor. However, the inmate must initiate the request.

The inmate must put you on their visiting list first and the Georgia Department of Corrections must approve your application before you can visit. Visitor applications are available by clicking here

General Visiting Rules

A photo ID is required to enter the visiting room. Visitors can only bring the following items to a visit:

  • Photo ID
  • A maximum of $20.00 in coins for the vending machines, and 
  • A set of car keys 

Food or drink from the outside is not allowed in the visiting room at Treutlen, and you can't bring items to give to an inmate. All visitors are subject to a search of their person, and all items that visitors bring in are searched.

Dress Code

Visitors at Treutlen Probation Detention Center are required to wear appropriate clothing in the visiting room. Shoes are required of all visitors -- including children -- at all times. Inappropriate clothing includes, but is not limited to: 

  • Dresses that expose shoulders or the chest area
  • Dresses, skirts, or other similar garments that are more than two inches above the knees
  • Tops which expose shoulders or chest area
  • Tube tops or halter tops
  • Clothing which reveals the stomach or midriff area
  • Clothing that is made of sheer, net, mesh, or transparent material
  • Shorts or any kind of slacks that are above the knee 
  • Leggings, jeggings, or any other skin tight pants

Male visitors are required to wear shirts and full-length pants. Female visitors must wear foundation type garments such as bras and underwear.

Physical Address

Treutlen Probation Detention Center
401 Cascade Circle
Soperton, GA 30457

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General Phone Number

(912) 529-6760

Inmate Mailing Address(es)

Treutlen Probation Detention Center
Inmate name and number
401 Cascade Circle
Soperton, GA 30457

How to Call an Inmate

You can't call inmates at the Treutlen Probation Detention Center, but the residents do have access to phones during certain hours and are allowed to make outgoing calls.

How to Send Money

You can send money to a resident of Treutlen Probation Detention Center through JPay (online or phone), MoneyGram (in person), or money order (US Mail). You must be on a recipient’s approved visitor list to use any payment method.

To send money with JPay using a debit or credit card, click here. To find a MoneyGram location so you can send your inmate cash, click here. To mail a money order, click here to print the voucher and step-by-step directions.

Programs For Inmates

Academic - general education diploma, adult basic education

Counseling- Re-entry, Motivation for Change, Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous, New Direction for Parolees, and Family Violence.

Work Details:

Outside work details travel to the cities of Dublin, Vidalia, Milledgeville, Adrian, and Soperton.

Inside work details at the facility include sanitation, dorm orderlies, maintenance, laundry, grounds, and kitchen.

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If you are interested in a career with the Georgia Department of Corrections and would like more information about the job openings at the Treutlen Probation Detention Center, click here.