Opened: 1969 Warden: Tony Patterson Phone: (251) 368-8173 Mailing Address: Holman 3700
Holman Correctional Facility opened during December 1969, with a basic capacity for 520 medium custody inmates that also included a 20 death row cellblock. It was constructed for $5,000,000 during Governor Lurleen Wallace and Commissioner James T. Hagen’s administration. Named in honor of a former warden William C. Holman, it is located in southwest Escambia County, nine miles north of Atmore on State Highway 21.
Atmore, AL 36503-3700 Street Address: 866 Ross Road
Atmore, AL 36503 Capacity: 998
Holman currently maintains 630 general population beds, 200 single cells, and 168 death row cells for a capacity of 998 maximum through minimum custody inmates to include a large contingency of "life without parole" inmates. The death chamber is located at Holman where all executions are conducted. Holman also operates two major correctional industries within the facility’s parameter, a tag plant and a metal fabrication plant.