Coffee Correctional FacilityCustomer base: State of Georgia - Facility Type: Medium-Security, Owned since 1998
P.O. Box 650,
Nicholls, GA 31554
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- ACA AccreditedYes
Facility Leader: Hilton Hall, Jr., Warden
Hilton Hall, Jr. was named warden at Coffee Correctional Facility in 2015. Most recently, he served as warden at Jenkins Correctional Center. Hall joined CCA in 2012 as chief of security at Coffee Correctional Facility, and he was promoted to assistant warden at Wheeler Correctional Facility. Prior to joining CCA, Hall spent nearly 30 years with the Georgia Department of Corrections, where he started as a correctional officer and later worked as a sergeant, lieutenant, public safety training instructor, deputy warden, warden, and field operation manager. He holds an associate degree in law enforcement and a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Thomas University.
Nicholls Annual Family Fun Festival; Coffee County Chamber of Commerce; Coffee County Lions Club; Douglas Rotary Club; Bacon County Kiwanis Club; Sponsor for the Coffee County High Booster Club; American Cancer Society Relay for Life; March of Dimes.
Accredited by the Medical Association of Georgia in 2005.
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