Bledsoe County Correctional Complex
Warden Doug Cook
1045 Horsehead Road
Pikeville, Tennessee 37367
Bledsoe County Correctional Complex (BCCX) is located on approximately 2,500 acres approximately 15 miles from Pikeville. It is a level 3 facility which houses minimum and medium custody offenders, including a 150-bed male annex and a 300-bed female unit.
BCCX is the intake diagnostic center for all male offenders sentenced to the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC). All offenders receive a comprehensive diagnostic assessment which will determine their medical, mental health and programming needs.
BCCX offers programming for youthful offenders, academic programs, and vocational programs which include culinary arts, carpentry, electronics, barbering, career development, woodworking, computer-aided design, auto body repair, small engine repair, cosmetology and two co-occurring units. These programs are designed to help with self-improvement and to support offenders' successful re-entry into the community.
BCCX, in partnership with Tennessee Rehabilitative Initiative In Correction (TRICOR), operates industries to provide jobs for offenders, including a farm that produces milk and field crops.