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Lee Correctional Institution
Lee Correctional Institution (LCI) is a South Carolina Department of Corrections state prison for men located in Bishopville, Lee County, South Carolina

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Lee Correctional Institution Location 990 Wisacky Highway
Bishopville, South Carolina Security class maximum security Capacity 1785 Opened 1993 Managed by South Carolina Department of Corrections

Lee Correctional Institution (LCI) is a South Carolina Department of Corrections state prison for men located in Bishopville, Lee County, South Carolina. The facility opened in 1993 to replace the decommissioned Central Correctional Institution located in downtown Columbia, South Carolina.

LCI is the largest of nine maximum-security prisons for males in the South Carolina state system. Characterized as the state's most dangerous facility, inmates took over portions of the prison twice between April 2012 and February 2013; in the four years prior to September 2012 the facility was the scene of three hostage situations and four uncontrolled fights.

On April 15th 2018, 7 Inmates were killed in numerous "Inmate vs Inmate" fights.

LCI is known to be involved in several industries such as packaging socks, hosiery, and undergarments for private sector companies. Manufacturing apparel, mattresses, pillows and production recycling are also major components of the industry that is performed in the prison.

  1. ^ Corrections, South Carolina Department of. "SCDC - South Carolina Department of Corrections". www.doc.sc.gov. 
  2. ^ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/06/prison-guard-held-hostage_n_1573245.html
  3. ^ http://www.doc.sc.gov/research/SystemOverview/population-report.pdf
  4. ^ "Lee prison riots fuel a call for more funds". 
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-02-03. Retrieved 2014-01-29. 
  6. ^ http://www.doc.sc.gov/pubweb/institutions/lee.jsp
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  • South Carolina Department of Corrections

Coordinates: 34°11′51″N 80°13′34″W / 34.19747°N 80.22620°W / 34.19747; -80.22620

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