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Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women

Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: July 12, 2020
State
Kentucky
Type
State Prison
Location
3000 Ash Avenue, Pewee Valley, KY, 40056
County
Oldham County
City
Pewee Valley
Postal Code
40056
Phone Number
502-241-8454
Official Website
http://corrections.ky.gov/depts/AI/KCIW/Pages/default.aspx

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About Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women

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Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women is nestled in Pewee Valley, Kentucky.

The Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women is classified by the state of Kentucky as a medium-security facility.

The Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women only houses adult male inmates.

Inmates in the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women are kept in multi-occupancy cells and open dormitories.

Also, inmates that are in the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women can take part in the facilities correctional industries work program which handles the distribution and processing of commissary orders for a few other state correctional prisons.

The Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women also has vocational programs including:

  • Custodial Maintenance

  • Barbering

  • Material Handling

  • Construction Disciplines

  • Warehousing

  • Computer Aided Drafting

Inmates will also be able to get their GED while they are in the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women.

The Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women also offers:

  • Self-Help Groups

  • Addiction Treatment Programs

  • Sex Offender Treatment Programs

  • Dental Care

  • Mental Health Care

  • Medical Care

Sending a Mail/Care Package

While inmates are in the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women, they will be permitted to receive letters, photos, and other items from you.

If you would like to send a care package, you will be permitted to do so, but there is one small condition. You will be REQUIRED to use Access SecurePak. You will NOT be permitted to send a care package directly from your home. You will need to use the following third-party site.

Sending Money

Inmates in the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women will need money to purchase various items from the commissary. The commissary is the prison store where inmates can purchase extra items that the facility does not give them.

Inmates will also need money for their phone account as well, so they can call home.

You can deposit money into an inmate's account by using JPay. JPay will allow you to deposit money using your credit and debit card. JPay does not accept cash payments.

Phone calls

The Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women contracts with Securus Technologies. Securus Technologies is the company that you will need to make an account with. When making account, you will have the ability to ensure that the inmate will always have money on their phone account, so they can always call home.

Visitation

You will be permitted to come down to the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women between the hours of 9 am to 3:45 pm on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. You will not be permitted to come down to the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women after 2:45 pm. No new visitors will be permitted on-site.


Saturday
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Directions

Location
3000 Ash Avenue, Pewee Valley, KY, 40056
Phone Number
502-241-8454

Refer the map below to find the driving directions.

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