Everything You Need to Know About the Northpoint Training Center
The is a prison facility in Burgin, Kentucky. It is about a 50-minute drive from Lexington. The facility is a medium-security prison that can house up to 1,230 adult males. There are two separate housing buildings for minimum-security inmates.
The Northpoint Training Center offers a variety of training and education opportunities. Inmates are eligible to take the GED test and receive adult basic education. Additional programs include sex offender treatment, substance abuse counseling, behavioral treatment, and parenting courses.
Northpoint Training Center Contact Information
If you need to contact , you can reach them using the details below.
|Physical Address||Northpoint Training Center
710 Walter Reed Road
Burgin, Kentucky 40310
|Website||Northpoint Training Center’s Website|
How to Contact Inmates at Northpoint Training Center
There are several ways to contact an Inmate at Northpoint Training Center. Find out how to do these below:
- All mail must have a return address; otherwise, it will be destroyed.
- All mail is subject to inspection.
- It can take 48 hours for the Northpoint Training Center to process mail.
- Letters cannot be embellished with stickers, markers, lipstick, perfume, etc.
- Inmates may receive photos sized 4" x 6" or smaller. Polaroid photos are not permitted. Photos may not be sexual nor display any gang insignia.
- Letters can be sent to: Inmate Name, ID Number Northpoint Training Center P.O. Box 479 Burgin, KY 40310
- Inmates can receive paperback books, magazines, and newspapers if they're sent from a recognizable distributor like Amazon. These publications cannot contain nudity, incite violence or hate, or explain contraband manufacture.
- Inmates are only allowed to make outgoing collect calls.
- Calls to inmates are only permitted in emergencies, like a death in the family or impending disaster to a property.
- In emergencies, you can call Northpoint Training Center at (859)-239-7012.
- Inmates at the Northpoint Training Center can receive MoneyGram, Internet transfers, and over-the-phone transfers.
- MoneyGram transfers can be made at any MoneyGram kiosk in Walmart or CVS. Be sure to have the inmate's ID handy and use receive code 1232.
- Online transfers to the Northpoint Training Center can be done with JPAY.
- JPAY also manages Over-the-phone transfers. Simply call 1-800-574-5729 to initiate a transfer.
- All visitors must complete a Kentucky DOC visitors form.
- Only immediate family and three authorized adults may visit inmates. The inmate is responsible for managing their approved visitor lists and can be amended twice a month.
- All adult visitors must have a government-issued photo ID.
- Visitors are subject to being searched and required to pass through a metal detector.
- Kentucky has a strict dress code for visitations. It is recommended that you dress conservatively and not in a work uniform. It is recommended you bring a second set of clothes should you accidentally violate the dress code.
- General population visiting hours are on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 am - 2:30 pm and from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
- We recommend calling before any long drives for a visit. Visitations can be canceled suddenly due to lockdowns or COVID protocols. The best number to call is (859)-239-7012.
Things to Know Before Contacting a Prisoner at the Northpoint Training Center
If you want to contact Northpoint Training Center on your own, you have to know the inmate’s ID.
You can look up an inmate's ID using the Kentucky Offender Online Lookup (KOOL). KOOL is known for having outages. DoNotPay's Connect With an Inmate product can help if you need to lookup an ID now.
Difficulties You May Have Contacting Loved Ones in the Northpoint Training Center
You may find it difficult to contact an inmate in the Northpoint Training Center. Some of the reasons are:
- The well-being of inmates' families is often overlooked and underfunded.
- The Kentucky Department of Corrections does not prioritize the needs of inmates.
How DoNotPay Can Help
Here’s how DoNotPay can help you:
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- Inmate Visitation. We know all the ins and outs of Kentucky's visitation rules. If the Kentucky DOC isn't treating you fairly, DoNotPay can help.
How to Use DoNotPay to Connect With a Prisoner
You can by following these five easy steps:
- Locate the Connect With an Inmate service on DoNotPay.
- Choose whether you want to locate a loved one, create a virtual mailbox, or send a personalized letter.
- If you want us to find your loved one, provide their details and the state they are located in. We'll then conduct a search on the appropriate state database.
- If you want to create a virtual mailbox, just provide your full name. We'll set one up for you to easily receive incoming mail from your loved one.
- If sending a personalized letter, tell us which facility your loved one is located in and what you would like to say to them. You can even include a photo. Your letter will be delivered automatically - just wait ten days for it to arrive for your loved one.
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