Valdosta State Prison is a high security facility, also known as a penitentiary. Valdosta State Prison has a reinforced perimeter. Inmates are either housed on their own or with another inmate. The safety of inmates is closely monitored, with a high number of staff and the movement of inmate movements around the facility closely managed.
Valdosta State Prison is a state prison. This facility is operated by
the state of Georgia and is used to house and
rehabilitate criminals. Inmates at Valdosta State Prison are generally
housed in locked cells during the night and are provided certain privileges such as
the use of a recreation area, TV, phones and in some cases may have a job within the prison.
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