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INFORMATION ABOUT THE ONGOING NOVEL CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
Visitation has been suspended until further notice.
TDOC Frequently Asked Questions Regarding COVID-19
  • We Are Hiring!

    We are looking for correctional officer. The new starting salary is $32,000 per year with an automatic increase to $34,100 upon successful completion of the one year probationary period.

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  • Join Us On Facebook

    Learn more about what offenders are doing to assist with COVID-19

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  • Commissioner Parker Speaks With WCMT Thunderbolt Radio

    Listen to Commissioner Parker as he speaks with Paul Tinkle encouraging Tennesseeans to stay safe.

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  • COVID-19 Update

    Commissoner Tony Parker and Dr. Williams provide update.

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  • Behind The Scenes

    Honorable Howard Wilson speaks on sentencing to the Day Reporting Centers.

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  • Join Us On Facebook

    Hear what Dr. Kenneth Williams has to say about preparedness and proactive efforts to prevent exposure to and possible spread of the flu and the coronavirus.

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  • Historic Tennessee State Prison

    TSP Hit Hard By #NashvilleTornado

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  • FOIL - Offender Search

    We now have a photo and active sentences available.

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    • Bledsoe County Correctional Complex

      Wednesday, April 01, 2020 | 07:45pm

      NASHVILLE – Three inmates at the Bledsoe County Correctional Complex may have potentially been exposed to a non-state employee who tested positive for COVID-19.

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    • TDOC Inmates Join COVID-19 Prevention Efforts

      Wednesday, April 01, 2020 | 02:55pm

      HENNING AND WARTBURG – As the novel COVID-19 virus continues to grip the world and we all work to do our part in combatting this pandemic, some help is coming from an area you may not expect it to – Tennessee Department of Correction’s offender population.

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    • Inmates Give To Tornado Relief

      Tuesday, March 31, 2020 | 12:46pm

      NASHVILLE – In the middle of a global pandemic, the men and women incarcerated in Tennessee prisons are remembering families whose lives were interrupted by a different emergency. In prisons across the state, inmates have come together to raise more than $1,000 for tornado relief efforts.

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