Lebanon Correctional Institution

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Lebanon Correctional Institution
Location3791 State Route 63
Lebanon, Ohio
Statusopen
Capacity2465
Opened1960
Managed byOhio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

The Lebanon Correctional Institution is a prison in the United States operated by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction in Warren County's Turtlecreek Township, about four miles west of Lebanon and two miles east of Monroe and about 32 miles north of Cincinnati, Ohio on State Route 63. It is immediately adjacent to another state prison, the Warren Correctional Institution, and was built in the 1950s on land purchased by the state when the Shaker settlement at Union Village closed in 1912.

The prison opened in 1960 and sits on 1,900 acres (7.7 km²) of land, much of which is used as a farm, including the raising of cows. In 2007, there were 2,532 inmates (1,347 black, 1,163 white, 22 Hispanic) with a total staff of 580, of which 340 are security staff. The prison budget for fiscal year 2005 was $41,082,012, an annual cost per inmate of $19,867.31.

Prison inmates manufacture license plates, license plate stickers, printing, and metal fabrication for institutional furniture in the prison industries plant.[1]

The Lebanon prison was featured on an episode of the National Geographic Channel series Lockdown. The episode, titled "Predators Behind Bars", broadcast on March 4, 2007.

Notable inmates[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lebanon Correctional Institution
  2. ^ "Serial killer podcast leads to bones found in Peru; Ex truck-driver admits to murder". September 20, 2021. Retrieved September 20, 2021.

Coordinates: 39°26′01″N 84°17′55″W / 39.43361°N 84.29861°W / 39.43361; -84.29861