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kcpc lagrange ky

London, KY

#1 Jun 18, 2011
has anyone ever been sent to this place
TRISH

London, KY

#2 Jun 18, 2011
kcpc lagrange ky wrote:
has anyone ever been sent to this place
yes it is a hospital where people get sent for an evaluation, for 30 days.its inside the luther luckett complex...they send back a report to court, saying if you are sane or insane
Curious

Gallatin, TN

#3 Aug 22, 2011
I have a buddy that was just transferd from county jail to KCPC does this mean he is going to prison or is this a step that is taken before an inmate gets out of jail..
Jimbo

London, KY

#4 Aug 22, 2011
Curious wrote:
I have a buddy that was just transferd from county jail to KCPC does this mean he is going to prison or is this a step that is taken before an inmate gets out of jail..
Its to see how dumb hes playing hopefuly if he acts like hes a fruit cake his time will be shorten . Does that help you any?
conniE

United States

#5 Sep 4, 2011
Curious wrote:
I have a buddy that was just transferd from county jail to KCPC does this mean he is going to prison or is this a step that is taken before an inmate gets out of jail..

Just curious his initials JB? My buddy was sent same time, I was curious bout it too
A Worried Mom

United States

#6 Jan 26, 2012
Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Its to see how dumb hes playing hopefuly if he acts like hes a fruit cake his time will be shorten . Does that help you any?
What was the outcome of this case..? My son is on his way there..his charges are burglary 3rd. degree...($248.00) stolen FOOD, CHANGE from a concession stand at a church...FIRST OFFENSE..Never been in any real trouble before..ever. He is disabled, on disability, and just started back on bipolar meds in which he had been taken off of years back due to the meds damaging his liver...He just turned 20 and has a new baby on the way...The other two boys got 6 months and 60 days..What do you think could be the possible outcome of all this..

Sincerely,
A Worried Mom
wtf

Madisonville, KY

#7 Jan 26, 2012
on disability..at 20?
A Worried Mom

United States

#8 Jan 26, 2012
wtf wrote:
on disability..at 20?
YES...he has been disabled since age 6...He has severe chemical imbalances in the brain...that effects everything in his daily life...He only made it through the 8th grade because of his social skills...He had been taken off of all his meds a couple years ago because it was destroying his liver. When this all happened he had just moved out on his own, was not on meds, was awaiting an adult disability decision, which later came through as approved.. was living with two other roommates/friends who were "drugies"....had him on drugs too....Because he had never lived on his own before, he had no clue had to budget his money..They ran out of groceries fast that first week...So they broke into a concession stand that belonged to the church....They stole $248.00 in food and change...and used the change to buy more food..The oldest kid, the one who did the most, got 6 months after stealing a bicycle, and doing another break in..the next kid ran from the police twice before they caught him..and my son..Well he goes to the officers and turns himself in..and then writes a statement saying he was guilty..then they release him to me after a week in jail..and almost 8 months later we find out the indictment came down 6 months ago and was served at his old address, an address he was told NOT to go back to..Again, he turns himself in..goes to jail..and now he is being sent to this hospital for a mental evaluation...Just curious as to what anyone out there thinks may be going on here or what the outcome may or could be..?
weezy

London, KY

#9 Jan 27, 2012
let me venture a guess. The two roommates are in their early 20s and they are drawing a disability check too? Food stamps, medical cards? hhmm?
If the fukin deadbeats would get up off their sorry ass, get a job, actually get their sorry ass out of bed and go to that job regularly they wouldnt be a dead weight on the working tax paying people of America.
Clay county has far to many people that will never work as long as the government checks and foodstamps keep coming their way. I wish they would stop giving our money away to a bunch of deadbeats. If they want a check they should have to work for it. I do.
sorry for ur son

London, KY

#10 Jan 30, 2012
but to the mother.. the whole bipolar thing I"m not buying.. I myself have lived with bipolar my entire life, was dignosed at age 5 with bipolar and a long list of other things that go along with it, have been on medication since age 5 as well and have even went years with out the meds.. when I was dignosed with these conditions UK hospital had never seen a case as bad as mine.. BIPOLAR does not cause u to do things as u have said ur son did.. I have lived on my own since I was a teenager, have 2 kids and work everyday.. I'm 26 and am more successful then most way older then I... my whole point is yes bipolar effects the way u think and the way u feel but is not going to cause u to do such as this.. sounds like u need to read up on ur son's condition... as for KCPC I know the place well have a family member who has been there a cuple times.. its not just to evaluate to see if ur capable of standing trial but also a medical hospital, if he needs any kind of treatment or to be placed on medication they do it there, but for the most part they talk to them and observe their behavor and send a report back to the judge of what they think...
Whatsupppl

Booneville, KY

#11 May 23, 2012
i myself am gettin ready to be sent there because i was born with cp an cant hardly walk an would like to hear from someone whos been there
1 who knows

Naperville, IL

#12 Jun 18, 2012
the drs always report that theres nothing wrong the inmate, so the judge can now legally throw the book at them!
Former Correction Officer

Sandusky, OH

#13 Aug 26, 2012
KCPC is a prison. I am a former state Corrections Officer that worked there 96 - 98. It houses pre-trial and post convicted inmates. Pre-trial are usually there for psychiatric evaluations before being sentenced. Post convicted are already charged and sentenced felons that there are to dangerous and psychotic to be handled in other prison systems. It is a Maximum Security facility that sits inside the Luther Lucket corrections complex.
Pugs are cool

Roxboro, NC

#14 Sep 25, 2012
KCPC is a medical prision.It may have been maximum security in the late 90's, but now its minimal security for prioners with medical needs that make it impossible for them to be in other prisons. They have a wing in the prison for the mental" dangerous and psychotic" prisoners.
John deer

Dry Ridge, KY

#15 Mar 16, 2013
I been its a place where the find everybody incompintene and they don't care what you got wrong with you
Danielle Tharp

United States

#16 Jun 20, 2014
Your a real jerk.
curious

London, KY

#17 Jun 21, 2014
He is disable but not to disabled to make babies for the working class to pay for it's upbringing.
Burns2pee

Somerset, KY

#18 Jun 27, 2014
If hes able to make babies then hes able to work.
kelee penman

Danville, KY

#19 Dec 9, 2014
sorry for ur son wrote:
but to the mother.. the whole bipolar thing I"m not buying.. I myself have lived with bipolar my entire life, was dignosed at age 5 with bipolar and a long list of other things that go along with it, have been on medication since age 5 as well and have even went years with out the meds.. when I was dignosed with these conditions UK hospital had never seen a case as bad as mine.. BIPOLAR does not cause u to do things as u have said ur son did.. I have lived on my own since I was a teenager, have 2 kids and work everyday.. I'm 26 and am more successful then most way older then I... my whole point is yes bipolar effects the way u think and the way u feel but is not going to cause u to do such as this.. sounds like u need to read up on ur son's condition... as for KCPC I know the place well have a family member who has been there a cuple times.. its not just to evaluate to see if ur capable of standing trial but also a medical hospital, if he needs any kind of treatment or to be placed on medication they do it there, but for the most part they talk to them and observe their behavor and send a report back to the judge of what they think...
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Is there any visitation for persons in kcpc and if so, is there a certain amount of time they have to be there before visits are allowed?
knows ltc

Tampa, FL

#20 Dec 13, 2014
kelee penman wrote:
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Is there any visitation for persons in kcpc and if so, is there a certain amount of time they have to be there before visits are allowed?
You can Google their site it will give you all the information you need.7

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