TCSO reopens to site visitors

Published 8:00 pm Thursday, October 21, 2021

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The Troup County Sherriff’s Office announced that it will be reopening and allowing visitors on-site starting Thursday.

Masks are required and visitors are asked to not visit if they have a fever or are currently sick or were exposed to someone that is. 

At this time, visits are limited to one adult and child per visit. The appointments must be made 24 hours in advance. Only six scheduled visits will take place at one time.

“We’re still at zero cases in the jail, But we feel at this point, with the low case numbers in Troup County and still spacing out the cubicles in the visitation center, that we should be able to manage it fairly,” said Sergeant Stewart Smith on the jail’s decision to reopen to the public.

Potential visitors will need to come into the Visitation Center with a state-issued ID and register their appointments. For more information, contact the TCSO directly at 706-845-6991.