VISITATION RESUMES On Monday, October 18. 2021, the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections (DPS&C) will begin phasing in visitation across its state-run prisons. Visitation must be scheduled in advance by contacting the prison. All visitors must be on the prisoner's visitation list and be 14 years of age and older. Visitation begins on the following dates at the following prisons -Oct. 18 - DCI, DWCC, EHCC; Oct. 19 - RCC; Oct. 23 - ALC, RLCC; Oct. 24 - LCIW; Oct. 30 - LSP. For more information, visit the Department's visitation page on its website.
East Carroll, Franklin, Madison, Richland, Tensas, West Carroll
From I-65 South, take a right at McDonald’s. Go approximately two miles on Crothers Drive and the road will dead end. Next, take left on Johnson Street and go one mile. The office is located on left side of road, across from the elementary school.
From I-65 North, cross railroad and take a left on Johnson Street. Go over the bridge approximately 1/2 mile down. After the bridge, the office will be on the right.
From I-20 East, take the Tallulah exit. Turn right, follow for 1/4 mile, and turn right at McDonald’s (Crothers Drive). Follow for two miles and road will dead end. Take left on Johnson Street and drive approximately one mile. The office located on left side of road, across from the elementary school.
From I-20 West, take the Tallulah exit. Turn left and follow the overpass to McDonald’s. Take a right on Crothers Drive and drive two miles where the road will dead end. Take a left and go approximately one mile. The office is located on left side of road, across from the elementary school.
Demographics & Statistics
The total number of cases currently being supervised are as follows: 1,591 cases, 331 specialized cases, 62 sex offender cases.
The Tallulah District Office is very active in the annual Operation Christmas Child project. TLD staff members make monetary donations which provide physical and spiritual aid to hurting people around the world.
The TLD staff has also been very active in supporting victims of disasters such as the Moore, Oklahoma, tornado incident. Staff donated items needed for families whose homes were destroyed.
The TLD Torch Run Staff also participates in the annual Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run. Another project TLD participates in annually is the Fall Food Roundup for the Baptist Children’s Home in Monroe. The staff brings canned goods and other non-perishable items from home, boxes it up at the office, and takes it to First Baptist Church Tallulah where it is picked up by someone from the Baptist Children’s Home.
Fifth Judicial District Drug Court
One Stop Job Shop
Sex Offender Counseling in two parishes (Richland and Franklin)
Access to Recovery Program
Fresh Start Ministries Rehabilitation Program and Males and Females (Franklin Parish)
Louisiana Transitional Center for Women Reentry Program (Madison Parish)
Madison Correctional Center – Men’s Reentry Unit
Northeast Louisiana Substance Abuse (5th JDC)
Delta Recovery (6th JDC)
Rayville Recovery (Richland Parish)
Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center (Richland Parish)