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The Fayette County Prison maintains care, custody, and control of inmates as mandated by law.
Those include inmates held in custody pending disposition of his or her respective cases by the Courts and those already convicted of a criminal act and sentenced to a term of incarceration.
The Fayette County Prison is a tobacco free facility.
- John Lenkey, Warden
- Joseph Barnes, Deputy Warden of Security
- William Vanmeter, Major
Coronavirus Update - Inmate Visitation Resuming
Inmate visitation will resume on Sunday, June 7, 2020, at regular hours. However, some things have changed due to our need to practice social distancing:
- All visitors must wear a mask upon entering the prison, and that mask must stay on throughout the visit.
- Only one adult visitor is permitted, per inmate. No children are allowed to visit.
- We will only allow groups of three in to visit at one time.
- All visiting booths and phones being used will be disinfected after each group of visits are completed.
For a printable pdf of this policy, click here.
View archived inspection reports for Fayette County Prison released by the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections.
The Courthouse is located at 61 East Main Street in downtown Uniontown. It is accessible from a number of state and local highways. Parking is available from nearby surface and garage type lots.
Look up Fayette County Prison inmates using our online tool.
Read Fayette County Prison policies related to mail, education, visiting, and more.
Access a member list and meeting times for the Fayette County Prison Board of Inspectors.
Learn about the new prison facility's construction process.
The Fayette County Prison offers several in-house programs to assist the inmate adjust to incarceration and also prepare them to adjust their lifestyles when they are released.
The mission of the Office of the Public Defender is to provide legal representation to defendants by safeguarding fundamental individual rights and to guarantee protection afforded by the United States Constitution.