The Carter County Detention Center is a secured facility for incarcerated male and female adults. Programs for these adults are:
Trusty Work Program: This is for low risk offenders to work inside the detention center, community, county buildings and county property while completing their sentence.
Community Work Crew Program: These inmates are closely supervised. Their work is litter control, mowing services to county buildings, and building upkeep for county offices.
Work Release Program: The program is set up for low risk inmates. They can still provide support to their family and maintain their employment.
GED Program: This program is for those inmates that wish to obtain their high school equivalency.
Families First Program: Female inmates that need assistance when their sentence has ended to help them transition back into society.
AA Program: Male and female inmates that need support for alcohol abuse. The support can also be continued when their sentence is finished.
NA Program: Inmates that wish to have support for narcotics abuse. The support can also be continued when their sentence is finished.
Jail Ministry Program: Inmates that wish to learn about a religion or continue their religion beliefs. This is available to make and female inmates.
Captain Eric Trivette
Lt. Ronnie Kent