Livesay Correctional Institution

 

104 Broadcast Drive
Spartanburg, SC 29303-4711
(864) 594-4915 or
(803) 734-1375
Mailing Adress:
P.O. Box 580
Una, SC 29378

 

“A” Camp
Prior to July 2007, Livesay “A” Camp was known as Livesay Pre-Release Center.
Opened:1982
Security: Level 1-A (Male)
Special Mission: The Center provides an environment conducive to rehabilitation through work programming, pre-release programming/training, and other relevant programs as a means of reintegrating the offender back into the community.
Education and Vocational Training: Literacy and GED Preparation.
Health Care: Routine medical care provided at “B” Camp, with 24-hour emergency care available. 
Programs: Religious services, volunteer services, Alcoholics Anonymous, and Narcotics Anonymous.
Satellite Activities: Provides security for Restitution Center opened in 1990, housing 48 males and 16 females located on the premises and operated by the South Carolina Department of Probation Parole and Pardon Services.
Community Services: Provides inmate labor crews to the Spartanburg Housing Authority, the City of Woodruff, and the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism; provides one correctional officer-supervised inmate litter crew who pick up trash along interstate highways. 

“B” Camp
Prior to July 2007, Livesay “B” Camp was known as Northside Correctional Institution. 
Opened:1973
Security: Level 1-B (Male)
Education: Literacy and GED preparation.
Industries: Recycling textile material for private sector to reduce need for valuable landfill space.
Health Care: Routine medical care provided on site with 24-hour emergency care available
Programs: Religious services, volunteer services, recreational services, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, substance abuse, and Impact of Crime classes.
Community Services: Provides inmate labor crews to Cherokee County, the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office, the City of Greer, the City of Spartanburg, and Spartanburg County; provides a correctional officer-supervised inmate litter crew who pick up trash along interstate highways. 

Lieber Correctional Institution

P.O. Box 205
Ridgeville, SC 29472
(843) 875-3332 or
(803) 896-3700

Opened:1986
Security: Level 3 (Male)
Special Mission: In addition to the normal inmate population, Lieber maintains the Death Row for the entire state.
Education: Literacy and GED preparation.
Vocational Training: Carpentry.
Industries: Recycling of tape measures for a private sector company, a tire retreading operation for state government, and a transmission dis-assembly operation.
Health Care: Routine medical and dental care on site with 24-hour medical coverage. Licensed infirmary houses deaf and blind male inmates. Area Mental Health care.
Programs: Religious services, volunteer services, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, alcohol and drug education program, recovery group, Impact of Crime classes, and recreational services. 
Community Services: Provides an Operation Behind Bars program for at risk youth and adults to tour the prison and hear inmates describe what led to their criminal behavior and life inside prison.
Services: Serves as one of the video conferencing sites for parole hearings in conjunction with the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services.

Lee Correctional Institution

 

990 Wisacky Highway
Bishopville, SC 29010
(803) 896-2400 or
(803) 428-2800

Opened: 1993
Security: Level 3 (Male)
Education: Literacy, GED preparation, high school courses, and college correspondence courses.
Vocational Training: Electrical and carpentry.
Industries: Packaging socks, hosiery, and undergarments for private sector companies. Manufacturing apparel, mattresses, pillows and production recycling.
Health Care: Routine medical and dental care on site with 24-hour medical coverage. Licensed infirmary. Area Mental Health Care.
Programs: Religious services, volunteer services, recreational services, an Addictions Treatment Unit, a hospice program, Mental Health Services / Long-term Offender Program, and Victim Impact Program.
Community Services: Serves as one of the video conferencing sites for parole hearings in conjunction with the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services. 

Leath Correctional Institution

 

2809 Airport Road
Greenwood, SC 29649
(864) 229-5709 or
(803) 896-1000

Opened: 1991
Security: Level 3 (Female)
Education: Literacy, GED preparation, Basic Computers, and Health Science. 
Industries: Private sector plant manufacturing t-shirts. Braille operation trains inmates to produce modern textbooks in braille.
Health Care: Routine medical, mental health, and dental care provided on site with 24-hour medical coverage.
Programs: Religious services, volunteer services, Alcoholics Anonymous, Alston Wilkes Pre-Release Seminar, SisterCare, Trauma Group, Battered Women program, Impact of Crime classes, Inmate re-entry program, mother/child reading program, recreational services.
Community Services: Provides an inmate labor crew to the Greenwood County Recycling Center; provides a correctional officer-supervised litter crew who picks up trash along interstate highways. Provides an Operation Behind Bars program for at risk youth and adults to tour the prison and hear inmates describe what led to their criminal behavior and life inside prison.
Services: Serves as a testing site for the GED program.

Kirkland Reception and Evaluation Center

 

4344 Broad River Road Columbia, SC 29210 (803) 896-1521
Opened: 1975 Security: Level 3 (Male)


Special Mission: Kirkland receives, assesses, classifies and assigns all male offenders age 17 and above sentenced to 91 days or more. Combined, the R&E process receives approximately 15,000 offenders each year. Kirkland is the site for the Maximum Security Unit that serves the state. This specialized housing unit is where the most dangerous and violent offenders are housed. The department’s statewide protective custody unit is also located at Kirkland housing those offenders with special security concerns in a controlled environment.
Education: Educational evaluations, monthly GED testing, Corrections Learning Network, GED Preparation, and Adult Basic Education.
Health Care: Routine medical and dental care provided on site. A DHEC licensed 24-bed infirmary for use by all SCDC male inmates. Mental health services provided by staff of the Gilliam Psychiatric Hospital. Intermediate Care Services Unit for males.
Programs: Religious services, volunteer services and recreational services.
Services: Serves as one of the video conferencing sites for parole hearings in conjunction with the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services 


You can do a SCDC inmate search online at the South Carolina Department of Corrections website. You can view the photographs and public information on a specific inmate. You will need the first and last name of the inmate as well as either their SCDC ID or State Identification ID.