(1) Identification. The Department of
Corrections will furnish the institution to which an inmate is first assigned a
copy of the personal history and pertinent court records concerning the inmate.
Each inmate received into any institution direct from jail or who has not
already been so processed, shall be fingerprinted and photographed by
institutional authorities immediately following his arrival at the institution.
Copies of the fingerprint record and photographs shall be distributed upon
admission and upon release in accordance with current Department of Corrections
The Warden/Superintendent shall appoint a classification committee which is to
meet on a regularly scheduled basis. The Committee should consist of a Deputy
Warden/Superintendent or senior counselor who shall act as Chairperson, at
least one member of security staff, and at least one treatment staff member.
The Classification Committee shall approve and/or modify all inmate performance
plans and Performance Exception Reports, review security status as stipulated
in Rule 125-3-1-.02 and
make program assignments, work assignments, and re-assignments as appropriate.
It shall also be the responsibility of the Classification Committee at each
institution to develop and update the institutional privileges which may be
awarded to inmates for excellent performance.
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 125-2-4-.03
Ga. Constitution 1983,
Art. XI, Sec. I, O.C.G.A. Secs.
"Identification and Classification" adopted as R. 415-2-4-.03. F.
Nov. 14, 1984; eff.
Dec. 4, 1984, renumbered as R.
125-2-4-.03 of same title. F.
June 28, 1985; eff.
July 20, 1985, as specified by
Amended: F. Feb. 6,
2003; eff. Feb. 26, 2003.