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Court Svcs interiorAfter appearing in Municipal Court to answer charges, the Judge may sentence a defendant to a term of probation. Probationers will receive instruction on the reporting process during probation intake, immediately following sentencing in court.  

Monthly probation fees vary, depending on the type of probation ordered by the Court.

The laws of the State of Georgia require each probationer to pay $9/month to the Georgia Crime Victims Emergency Fund, in addition to supervision fees. This fee is collected by the City of Conyers and submitted to the appropriate state agency on a monthly basis.

Conditions of Probation

Conditions of probation may include, but are not limited to:

  • Jail time
  • Community service
  • Restitution
  • Work release
  • Electronic monitoring
  • House arrest
  • Alcohol/drug evaluation and/or treatment
  • Residential alcohol/drug treatment program
  • Random alcohol/drug screens
  • Defensive driving class
  • DUI or drug risk reduction program
  • GED class
  • Maintain full-time employment
  • Ignition-interlock device
  • AA/NA meetings
  • Victim Impact Panel

Available Resources

Upon request of the probationer, the Probation Office can provide a listing of Alcohol/Drug evaluation and/or treatment providers, ignition interlock vendors, local DUI and Drug Risk Reduction program providers, and local employment agencies.

Payment Options

Conyers probation customers now have a more convenient way to pay fines. Customers may make payments via phone at 1-844-784-9417 and follow the Interactive Voice Response prompts. Probationers will need their Probation ID to complete the transaction.

Probation customers may also submit payment for fines online at Probationers will need their Probation ID to complete the transaction. There is a 5.5% service fee for the online service. Credit cards accepted include: Discover, Mastercard, Visa and American Express.

Questions? Call 770-929-4208, Monday-Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. – 4:45 p.m. and a Court Services employee will be happy to assist you. Court Services is located at 1184 Scott Street, Conyers, GA 30012.  


Attention All Georgia Probation Management Customers:

For your convenience Georgia Probation Management accepts credit/debit cards.  Our office receives NONE of the convenience fee.  The fee is collected by a third party vendor to pay the discount fee, plus any additional cost they incur to offer the service.  This method of using a third party vendor and charging a convenience fee is widely used throughout the U.S.


Credit/Debit Card payments may be made:


The processing fee, as authorized by you, allows us to provide this portal for your convenience. If you have any questions, please contact your probation officer during normal business hours.

Payments received after 4:30 p.m. Eastern time or on any non-Business Day will be credited to your account on the next Business Day.

We thank you for satisfying your obligation regardless of the form of payment. It is our hope that by expanding your payment options that we have been able to assist you.



Georgia Probation Management is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and participates in a Drug Free Workplace Program.

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Lamar County Probation Department

Popularity:#29 of 145 Probation Departments in Georgia#154 in Probation Departments

Lamar County Probation Department Contact Information

Address and Phone Number for Lamar County Probation Department, a Probation Department, at Thomaston Street, Barnesville GA.

Lamar County Probation Department
326 Thomaston Street
Barnesville, Georgia, 30204

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About the Lamar County Probation Department

The Lamar County Probation Department, located in Barnesville, GA, is an agency that oversees court-ordered probations. In Georgia, courts impose probation as an alternative to incarceration. The Probation Department monitors offenders on probation, ensuring they follow the court-ordered conditions to avoid jail or other punishments. The Probation Office implements probation orders, conducts community-based supervision, and works to reduce the likelihood of recidivism. They also help rehabilitate adult and juvenile offenders.

You may contact the Department of Probation for questions about:
  • Barnesville probations and parole information
  • How to find criminal records and warrant searches
  • How to look up parole records
  • Barnesville or Lamar County background checks
  • Information on inmates released from Lamar County jails and prisons
  • Probation and Parole Officer jobs and employment
  • Georgia Probation and Parole Office policies

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Georgia Department of Corrections Commissioner Homer Bryson announced the appointment of Betsy Thomas as Human Resources Director of Corrections Human Resources Management effective May 1, 2016. As Director, Thomas is responsible for human resource management programs and functions including recruiting and retention, compensation, hiring policies, awards and recognition and staff professional development for the largest law enforcement agency in the state.

Thomas began her career with GDC in 1994 as a Probation Officer in the Dublin Judicial Circuit. She worked her way through the ranks, and was promoted to Chief Probation Officer of the Oconee Judicial Circuit in 2010, followed in 2014 by a developmental assignment in Central Office, where she was responsible for the implementation and opening of 17 Day Reporting Center (DRC) Lite sites across the state. Later that year, she was promoted to Field Services Manager, having oversight of specialized training programs for Probation Operations, the Probation Reporting Contact Center and the Day Reporting Centers. In May 2015, she was appointed to Deputy Director of the Human Resources department at central office, where she currently serves.

Thomas earned a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Mercer University and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Columbus State University. She is a certified POST Instructor.

The GDC has one of the largest prison systems in the U.S. and is responsible for supervising nearly 52,000 state prisoners. It is the largest law enforcement agency in the state with approximately 10,500 employees.

We are honored and excited to announce that Betsy has accepted a position on the Advisory Board of Valor Station. Thank you for your dedicated service and for your willingness to always help a brother or sister in need.
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Correctional Institute

The Hall County Correctional Institution serves to meet the workforce needs of the county and cities while fulfilling an obligation to the Georgia Department of Corrections by providing safe and secure housing for inmates in compliance with applicable policies. Under contract with the Georgia Department of Corrections, the institution houses 200 inmates, and in return, the state pays Hall County $22 per day, per inmate, or approximately $1.6 million annually.

Labor Force

Hall County Correctional Institution provides an inmate labor force to the county its cities and other government agencies, thereby providing a workforce at a significant savings. Some 40 to 50 inmate details work daily for county departments, including Parks and Leisure, Road Maintenance, Resource Recovery and Solid Waste, as well as Gainesville City Public Works and Parks and Recreation departments, performing a multitude of job tasks. In 2013, work details performed an estimated $2.5 million in free labor for the county.

Re-entry Accountability Court Transition (REACT)

In 2014, the Correctional Institution began an innovative re-entry program (REACT) which provides an opportunity for Hall and Dawson residents returning to the area from state prison to get intensive programming, educational upgrades, and employment prior to their release on parole or probation.

The REACT program is set up for only those offenders that will be returning to the Northeastern Judicial Circuit (Hall or Dawson Counties). The program cannot accept those offenders returning to other counties. The program is ideally targeted to bring in those offenders that have two to three years left on their sentence. The program is targeted towards drug offenders and/or non-violent offenders, but will consider anyone who is county camp eligible. County Camp eligible means less than thirteen years left on their sentence, no sex offenders, no serious violent offenders, no serious medical issues, no mental health issues and no escape charges in the past five years.

Each offender assigned to the REACT program has completed a risk and needs assessment program plan. Based on this assessment, each offender is placed on a track to complete the following programs which address the needs unique to that offender. The REACT program has the following classes available: Motivation for change (M4C), Re-Entry, Moral Recognition Therapy (MRT), Resident Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT), General Educational Development (GED), Adult Basic Education (ABE), Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous (AA/NA), Celebrate Recovery, Financial Peace, Georgia's Best (Workforce Development Skills), Welding Certificate Program, as well as mentoring programs.

The REACT program provides participants with a transitional center facility in an effort to more easily facilitate their re-entry into the community. The goal of the program while they are at the transitional center is to get the offender employed in a job that will provide them with a living wage as well as benefits. The transitional center holds the offender responsible for rent, transportation costs, laundry, and many other personal responsibilities.

The goal of the program is to increase public safety,reduce government costs, reduce recidivism, and foster partnerships that will support the offender's transition back into the community. The program aims to return the offender to the community as a productive and law-abiding citizen. Email Administrator of REACT Program.

PREA (Prison Rape Elimination Act)

Hall County Correctional Institution has a zero tolerance policy toward sexual abuse, sexual harassment and sexual activity involving offenders. In accordance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA) and in accordance with Georgia Department of Corrections policies and procedures, Hall County Correctional Institution will maintain its zero tolerance policy through identification, prevention and intervention methods while working to provide the safest and most secure environment possible.

Anyone may report allegations of sexual abuse or harassment to any security staff member, civilian employee, volunteer or contractor. We will accept all reports made in person, by phone, or in writing even if the party making the report wishes to remain anonymous.

Offenders may report abuse by calling *7732 from any offender phone (You do not have to enter a PIN).

Anyone else may report abuse by calling 1-888-992-7849, Georgia Department of Corrections PREA Hotline, from any phone. Anyone else may also report the abuse by calling the Hall County Correctional Institute directly at 770-718-2370.

Anyone may report in writing to one of the following:

  • Warden Walt Davis or PREA Compliance Coordinator, Captain Mark Pilgrim
    1698 Barber Road, Gainesville, GA 30507
  • Statewide PREA Coordinator
    300 Patrol Road
    Forsyth, GA 31029
  • Ombudsman
    PO Box 1529
    Forsyth, GA 31029
  • Director of Victim Services
    2 MLK Jr. Dr. SE Suite 458 East Tower
    Atlanta, GA 30334

It is critical that we receive enough information to initiate an investigation. Please provide as much information as you can from the below list:

  • Name and location of people involved (victim and abuser);
  • Name or others involved (witnesses, etc.);
  • Date, time and location where the alleged occurred;
  • Brief description of incident;
  • Your contact information name, phone number (This information is optional)

The Hall County Correctional Institute will not tolerate retaliation toward anyone who makes a sexual abuse allegation in good faith or who participates in an investigation, and will punish anyone found to be participating in this behavior or act. More information concerning the Prison Rape Elimination Act can be found at the National PREA Resource Center.


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