Holman Correctional Facility is an Alabama Department of Corrections prison located in Atmore, Alabama. Holman 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 perimeter, a license plate plant and a metal fabrication plant.
Holman Correctional Facility is also the subject of a documentary on MSNBC entitled "Lockup: Holman Extended Stay" The Warden at Holman Correctional Facility during the filming was Grantt Culliver. The Warden is Tony Patterson. Executions take place at 6pm.
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