Kentucky State Reformatory

Mission:

To protect the citizens of the Commonwealth and to provide a safe, secure and humane environment for staff and offenders in carrying out the mandates of the legislative and judicial processes; and, to provide opportunities for offenders to acquire skills which facilitate non-criminal behavior.

 General Inmate Information 

Inmate Mail  

Constructive correspondence is encouraged between all inmates and their families, friends and associates.

No self-adhesive labels are allowed on incoming mail.

Inmate mail should be addressed as follows:

inmate name and institutional number
(example: John Doe, #000000)
Kentucky State Reformatory
3001 W Hwy 146
LaGrange, KY  40032

Sending Money to an Inmate  

Money mailed to an inmate must be in the form of a U.S. Postal Money Order; personal checks and other money orders will be rejected.  The Postal Money Order must be enclosed in an envelope with no other contents and addressed as follows:

KSR Business Office
inmate name and institutional number
(example: Joe Doe, #000000)
Kentucky State Reformatory
3001 W Hwy 146
LaGrange, KY  40032

Also, money may be sent to an inmate using Western Union Quick Collect from any Western Union office.

Use City Code: KSR

Emergencies  

If it is necessary to phone the Reformatory in an emergency, the telephone number is (502) 222-9441. Either the Chaplain or the Captain on duty should be notified of emergencies. The only way an inmate may speak with you over the phone is when he calls you. No inmate may receive a telephone call from outside the institution. All inmate calls shall be collect and you are responsible for the charges.