There will be no visitation available at any Tennessee prison on Monday, August 21, 2017.
Offenders will not be scheduled to report to any Tennessee probation parole locations on Monday, August 21, 2017.

Death Row Facts

Number on Death Row: 60
Numbers Breakdown: 59 males and 1 female
31 White, 27 African Americans, 1 Hispanic, 1 Asian

Where are they from?
42 offenders are from the largest metropolitan counties:
Shelby (27), Davidson (6), Knox (6), and Hamilton (3)

16 offenders were convicted in East Tennessee
11 offenders were convicted in Middle Tennessee
33 offenders were convicted in West Tennessee

Oldest on Death Row:
Leonard Jasper Young, 1/22/45, 72 years old
Convicted in Shelby County
On Death Row since November 2002

Only Female on Death Row:
Christa Pike, 3/10/76, 41 years old
Convicted in Knox County
On Death Row since March 1996

Youngest Male on Death Row:
Sedrick Clayton, 5/15/83, 34 years old
Convicted in Shelby County
On Death Row since December 2014

Longest Time on Death Row:
David Miller, 7/16/57, 59 years old
Convicted in Knox County
On Death Row since March 1982

Last Person Sentenced to Death Row:
Sedrick Clayton, 5/15/83, 34 years old
Convicted in Shelby County
On Death Row since December 2014

Male offenders are housed at Riverbend Maximum Security Institution in Nashville. Female offenders sentenced to death are housed at the Tennessee Prison for Women in Nashville.

The following number of offenders have multiple death sentences: 7 offenders with two death sentences, five offenders with three death sentences and one offender with six death sentences.

Click here to view a list of offenders currently on death row.