Welcome to the Luther Luckett Correctional Complex. We hope your visit to our facility will be a positive experience for you and your loved one.
The goal of the Luther Luckett Correctional Complex is to provide you with the opportunity to visit with your loved ones in a safe and clean environment.
The staff assigned to this facility is here to assist you. They will provide you with instructions and process you through the institution according to the visiting procedures contained in this booklet.
As a visitor, we expect you to become familiar with the visiting rules and regulations of this institution. The rules and regulations are outlined in this Visitor Handbook and will periodically be explained to you by staff. We expect you to follow the rules and regulations of this institution and to cooperate with staff at all times.
Any violation of the visiting rules and regulations may result in the termination, suspension, or loss of your visiting privileges.
In accordance with Kentucky Revised Statute 520.010 the introduction of dangerous contraband into a Correctional Institution is a felony offense. Anyone who knowingly introduces dangerous contraband into the Luther Luckett Correctional Complex will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
It is unfortunate that some visitors attempt to bring dangerous contraband that could be harmful to you, your loved one or the staff. The staff are trained and instructed to detect this. We are asking for your cooperation to prevent the introduction of dangerous contraband. Please follow the officer’s instructions. Please be aware that pursuant to KRS 520.010; KRS 520.050; and KRS 520.060, anyone entering the grounds of a correctional institution may be subject to a personal search or a search of their vehicle. Anyone found in possession of contraband will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
We hope you enjoy your visit. We look forward to providing you with the opportunity to spend time with your loved ones at the Luther Luckett Correctional Complex.
The entire staff of LLCC welcomes and encourages your visits.
Visiting Guidelines and Rules
2015 LLCC Visitation Schedule
**Visitation hours on Saturday, May 16, 2015 will be 10:30am to 5:00pm. Visitors may arrive NO EARLIER than 10:00am.**
Visiting hours for general population inmates are on Saturdays, Sundays, and State Holidays from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Visitors may begin sign in at 8:00 a.m. In addition, meritorious inmates may receive visits on Friday evenings from 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Please note that registration for Meritorious Visitation is from 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. only. Visits may be terminated due to an emergency situation as determined by the Shift Supervisor or Duty Officer. Nothing shall be carried from the visiting room at the conclusion of the visit.
Inmates who are housed in the Segregation Unit and/or have had their visiting privileges restricted for other reasons are permitted non contact visits only. Visitations to inmates with non contact visiting are by appointment only. The visit must be scheduled one week in advance. It is the inmate's responsibility to schedule these visits.
The inmate may place verified immediate family members and up to three (3) non-family members on his visiting list. All visitors shall be approved in advance before they may be added to the visiting list. You must be on the approved list to visit.
NOTE: Visiting is conducted on a odd number, even number rotating basis and as determined by the inmate’s last number. Each inmate is responsible for notifying his visitors of days when he is permitted visits.
No alcoholic beverages, drugs, or weapons shall be permitted on institutional property. Prescription medication is permitted if it is in the original prescription container and can be left in the visitor’s vehicle while visiting. A visitor found in possession of contraband as listed above shall be subject to felony prosecution and may be banned from future visits. From time to time, searches of vehicles and individuals are conducted.
Visitors age 18 and over shall present a picture I.D. in order to enter the institution. Visiting rules are posted in the Visiting Room. The officer will obtain a picture I.D. from the visitor. Visitors without a picture I.D. can purchase one from their home county courthouse at a minimal fee.
The institution has a regularly scheduled noon count. During this time all inmate movement must stop so that we can account for all inmates assigned to this institution. Please cooperate and bear with us during this time and we will complete the count as soon as possible.
The outside visiting lawn will be open for seating when the weather permits.
For security reasons, jackets and coats shall be prohibited in the visiting area. Jackets and coats may be stored in one of the following ways: 1) leave garments in the car; 2) use coat pegs in the mall area; or 3) use lockers on a first come first serve basis.
The following articles shall be allowed in the visiting area:
Limit of in $40.00 in ones or five dollar bills. The bill changer does not accept $10.00, and $20.00 bills. Inmates are not allowed to handle money.
Essential infant needs (up to 3 diapers, 1 clear, small, ziplock bag with baby wipes and 3 plastic bottles).
Coin purse (clear plastic only).
Prescription eye glasses or sunglasses.
Medication (reviewed on case-by-case basis)
The visitor shall wait in the waiting area until the inmate they wish to visit is called and has arrived in the visiting room. Unless prior approval has been granted, there is a maximum of three (3) adult visitors over the age of 18 allowed per visit, with infants and youths not counted in total. If a visitor violates institutional rules, he or she may be asked to leave the grounds, and in extreme cases restricted from future visits. Visitors shall be control of youths and infants at all times.
LLCC shall be committed to a positive visiting program and shall attempt to allow the maximum of two (2) hour visits to ensure sound operational security practices. The two (2) hour visit shall depend upon space available. If the visiting area reaches capacity and other visitors are waiting for available space to visit other inmates, visits shall be terminated on a first-in, first-out basis. This will ensure all inmates have an opportunity to visit.
A visitor who has traveled more than 150 miles may be given special consideration prior to visit termination. A request for an extended visit shall be scheduled by the inmate through his CTO. It must be approved by the Deputy Warden of Security seven (7) days prior to the visit.
Visitors at a two (2) person table may be skipped if a four (4) person table is needed.
Visitors Dress Policy
- No low cut or provocative clothing (tank tops, halter tops, see-through clothing, sleeveless garments, Spandex, etc.)
- No clothing that fails to completely cover the midriff and bosom.
- Shorts or skirts shall be no higher than 2 inches above the knee cap.
- Undergarment must be worn.
- No head apparel unless it is religious in nature.
- No clothing with inflammatory emblems, graphics, or slogans.
- Each visitor may wear only one (1) wedding ring, one (1) necklace with or without medallion, and one (1) watch. This is the only jewelry allowed in the visiting area.
- Minors twelve (12) and older shall comply with the above dress code; younger children should be dressed sensibly and according to the needs of their age.
For security purposes, jackets and coats shall not be permitted in the visiting area. These garments can be stored in the following ways: visitors may leave them in their vehicles, hang them on wall pegs in the mall area, or utilize the lockers in the mall on a first come first serve basis.
Visitors Assistance Service
Below is a list of numbers to assist you if you are in need of assistance with your automobile.
AAA – 423-8222
Doug’s Auto Repair – 222-1703
Eldridges LaGrange Service Center – 222-1673
TARC – Please click here for a link to TARC's Web Page
Taxi – Oldham County – 222-1736
Lock Out Services
LaGrange Lock & Key – 222-1955
Pop A Lock – East – 895-6736