Geiger Corrections Center operates both in-custody and out-of-custody Work Crew programs. In-custody offenders work within the community during the day and are housed at Geiger Corrections when not working. The out-of-custody offenders report to the facility daily for work. All crews are supervised by a corrections officer while in the community.
From 2003-2016, 979,114 inmate man hours were used on these community based crews. These work crews perform manual and semi-skilled labor such as clean up, litter pick up, graffiti removal, forestry work, limited maintenance, and other projects for non-profit and government agencies. Between 2003-2016, 2,872,803 pounds (or 1,436.4 tons) of litter/garbage/debris was collected from county roadways and illegal dump sites. This has been accomplished through a variety of funding sources to include Spokane County, the City of Spokane, the City of Spokane Valley, and the Washington State Department of Ecology.
The Detention Services Labor Program is authorized to perform work for any 501(c)(3), (4) local non-profit or government agency. Work Crews consist of a corrections officer and 8-10 low risk offenders. Consider us a viable option for manual and semi-skilled labor such as: