Lexington Community Corrections is run as a direct supervision correctional facility. Direct supervision combines two key elements – the physical design of the facility and an inmate management strategy – to reduce the problem inmate behavior commonly seen in jails significantly. Direct supervision jails focus on actively managing inmate behavior to produce a jail that is safer and more secure for staff, inmates and visitors.
Staff interacts continuously with inmates in the housing units, actively supervising them to identify problems in their early stages. They use basic management techniques to prevent negative behavior and encourage positive behavior.
Position interest form
The following is not an application. This form aims to express your interest in employment as a community corrections officer for the Lexington Community Corrections. Completing this questionnaire places you in our database to be notified when we begin hiring.