Correctional Facilities In Tennessee

This is a list of state prisons in Tennessee. It does not include federal prisons or county jails located in the state of Tennessee.

Male Facilities

Bledsoe County Correctional Complex (formerly Southeastern Tennessee State Regional Correctional Facility) – Pikeville – Opened in 1980
Lois M. DeBerry Special Needs Facility – Nashville – Opened in 1992
Morgan County Correctional Complex – Wartburg – Opened in 1980
Northeast Correctional Complex – Mountain City – Opened in 1991
Carter County Annex located in Roan Mountain functions as a part of Northeast – Opened in 1986
Northwest Correctional Complex – Tiptonville – Site 2 opened in 1981, Site 1 opened in 1992
Riverbend Maximum Security Institution – Nashville – Opened in 1989
Turney Center Industrial Complex – Only – Opened in 1971
Turney Center Annex (formerly Wayne County Boot Camp) – Clifton – Opened in 1985
West Tennessee State Penitentiary – Henning – Opened in 1990

Female Facilities

Mark H. Luttrell Correctional Center – Memphis – Opened in 1976 as male institution, converted to female institution in 1999
Tennessee Prison for Women – Nashville – Opened in 1966
Bledsoe County Correctional Complex – Pikeville, Tennessee. Houses 300 female inmates in a separate unit originally built as a men’s annex.

Private facilities

Hardeman County Correctional Center (Operated by CCA) – Whiteville – Opened in 1997
South Central Correctional Facility (Operated by CCA) – Clifton – Opened in 1992
Trousdale Turner Correctional Center, operated by CCA, opened in 2016
Whiteville Correctional Facility (Operated by CCA) – Whiteville – Opened in 2002

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