The Laurel County Correctional Center is located in London, Kentucky: the heart of southeastern Kentucky. We house approximately 300-400 county, state, or federally incarcerated inmates. Our facility consists of 3 floors, which include a male and a female detoxification dorm on the first floor, along with 4 isolation cells under constant observation. The second floor houses female inmates as well as our maximum security male inmates. The third floor is for general housing and includes a designated wing for protective custody inmates and sex offenders. Officers stationed on these two floors are in the cells at least once an hour and often more to establish safety and wellbeing of the incarcerated.
There are many types of bonds that a judge may place on an individual. Typically, the initial bond will be set during the pretrial process within 48 hours of being incarcerated. The bond may be changed at the accused next court appearance but only by the judge and at his discretion. Below are brief descriptions of the bonds that may be placed on an individual. You must be 18 years old or older and present an ID when signing a bond. Bonds may be filled out at the jail or the clerk’s office.
Visitation is offered 7 days per week between 8:00 AM and 10:30PM.