Georgia, nicknamed the Peach State, has a population of 10,310,371 (as of 2016). Atlanta is both the capital and the largest city of the state, with a population of 420,003. While Atlanta is named a global city, Georgia has been known as the state that conducts the most business in the country in the past 4 years.
Albany is the most dangerous city of the state, with a violent crime rate of 667.9 per 100,000 residents. The overall violent crime rate in Georgia is 378.3 per 100,000 people, which ranks the 24th highest in the country. Capital punishment is legal in the state of Georgia.
The capital city Atlanta has a poverty rate of 24.6% and an unemployment rate of 24.6%.
Johns Creek, Milton, and Braselton are the safest cities in Georgia.
The Georgia Department of Corrections handles an online database where you can find the state’s prison records and mugshots for many of the cases. If you know the number, the name, the gender, race, location or age, you will be able to find an inmate through searching in this database.
The registry of sex offenders is also online and offered by the Georgia Bureau of Investigations.