Fayette Regional Juvenile Detention Center
This is a state-owned and -operated maximum-security juvenile detention facility. It opened in 2005 as a 48-bed facility and was later expanded to 60 beds to meet the demands of its 10-county service area: Fayette, Clark, Madison, Jessamine, Woodford, Anderson, Franklin, Scott, Nicholas, and Bourbon. The youth here are usually between the ages of 12 and 18 and are generally awaiting adjudication or placement at other treatment facilities. When students enter this detention center, they are enrolled in FCPS, and classrooms are located within the facility. A regular day educational program is provided in addition to the Title I program, which provides materials, supplies, equipment, training, and staff for school as well as summer tutorial program. Title I funds also provide for a transition program to help youths with a successful re-entry into their school and to discourage truancy.
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FCPS program administrator
(859) 246-4370, ext. 4364
(859) 246-2806, Ext. 50513
Location: 3475 Spurr Road
Counselor: Haley Hall
At the district level
high schools office,
The Kentucky Educational Collaborative for State Agency Children (KECSAC) supervises and manages FCPS teaching staff at alternative, residential, and group-home facilities including the Fayette Regional Juvenile Detention Center.