Blackburn Correctional Complex

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Blackburn Correctional Complex
KYMap-doton-Lexington.PNG
Address
3111 Spurr Rd

40511

United States
Information
TypeMinimum security prison
Opened1972
AuthorityKentucky Department of Corrections
WardenAbigail McIntire
Staff128
Enrollment594 (2006)
Campus size456 acres (185 ha)
AccreditationAmerican Correctional Association
Budget$6,000,000
Websitehttps://corrections.ky.gov/Facilities/AI/BCC/Pages/default.aspx

Blackburn Correctional Complex (BCC) is a minimum-security state prison located near Lexington, Kentucky. It opened in 1972 and had a prison population of 594 as of 2007.[1]

It is named for former Kentucky governor Luke P. Blackburn, who is known as the "father of prison reform in Kentucky."

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kentucky Department of Corrections - About BCC". Archived from the original on 2014-02-01. Retrieved 2014-01-30.

Coordinates: 38°06′40″N 84°32′11″W / 38.11111°N 84.53639°W / 38.11111; -84.53639