Lexington Assessment and Reception Center

The Lexington Assessment and Reception Center opened in 1971 in what was then a collection of old WWII era naval barracks. The center has a 418 inmate capacity and serves as a gateway to some inmates who are entering the department of corrections.

BY YOUR NAME Staff Writer email@opubco.com Published: December 11, 2011
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photo - Lexington Assessment and Reception Center  Oklahoma Department of Corrections - Courtesy of 
 Lexington Assessment and Reception Capacity (Maximum Security) 
 
 
 
     Unit 1 
     158 
 
 
     Unit 2 
     460 
 
 
     Unit 9 
     100 
 

 
     Total 
     418 
 
 
 

 Lexington Correctional Center Capacity (Medium Security) 
 
 
 
     Unit 3 A 
     79 
 
 
     Unit 3 B 
     80 
 
 
     Unit 4 D 
     80 
 
 
     Unit 4 E 
     80 
 
 
     Unit 5 G 
     80 
 
 
     unit 5 H 
     80 
 
 
     Unit 6 N 
     86 
 
 
     Unit 6 O 
     88 
 
 
     Unit 7 East (RTMU) 
     134 
 
 
     Unit 7 (RTMU) 
     133 
 
 
     Unit 8 
     100 
 
 
     Total 
     1,020
Lexington Assessment and Reception Center Oklahoma Department of Corrections - Courtesy of

Lexington Assessment and Reception Capacity (Maximum Security)

Unit 1 158
Unit 2 460
Unit 9 100
Total 418

Lexington Correctional Center Capacity (Medium Security)

Unit 3 A 79
Unit 3 B 80
Unit 4 D 80
Unit 4 E 80
Unit 5 G 80
unit 5 H 80
Unit 6 N 86
Unit 6 O 88
Unit 7 East (RTMU) 134
Unit 7 (RTMU) 133
Unit 8 100
Total 1,020

The Lexington Assessment and Reception Center opened in 1971 in what was then a collection of old WWII era naval barracks. The center has a 418 inmate capacity and serves as a gateway to some inmates who are entering the department of corrections.



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