Mark H. Luttrell Correctional Center
Warden Trinity Minter
6000 State Road
Memphis, Tennessee 38134
Mark H. Luttrell Correctional Center (MLCC) is one of three female prisons in the state of Tennessee. Opened in 1976 as a male prison, it was converted for females in June, 1999. 120 of the prison's bed capacity is designated a minimum security annex. The remainder is designated as close security.
Major programs include educational and library services, counseling, job assignments, religious services and medical/mental health services, as well as support group programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous, therapeutic community programs, and drug education. MLCC has a dog training program designed to help rehabilitate offenders while teaching them a marketable job skill.