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  • 2020 APAI Conference Tours

    April 8, 2020 | 1:00pm – 5:00pm


    Transportation will be provided to all facilities. Transportation will leave the hotel at 1:00 pm and return no later than 4:30 pm. All tours will start at approximately 1:30 pm.

    Registration deadline for the facility tours will be Friday, March 27, 2020.

    Each facility will allow up to 30 participants.

    Riverbend Maximum Security Institution (RMSI)
    7475 Cockrill Bend Boulevard
    Nashville, Tennessee 37209

    RMSI, a maximum security facility, houses approximately 748 adult male offenders which include all of the state’s male death row offenders. The overall mission of the prison is to house and manage these offenders to ensure the safety of the public, departmental employees, and offenders while providing rehabilitative programs.


  • Tennessee Prison for Women (TPFW)
    3881 Stewart’s Lane
    Nashville, Tennessee 37243-04678

    TPFW, a maximum security facility, is the state’s primary women’s facility that houses approximately 760 offenders which includes all female death row inmates. TPFW offers a multitude of educational and vocational programs to meet the rehabilitative needs of the offenders. Educational programs include adult basic education, high school equivalency testing and special education classes. Vocational classes include computer application and literacy, cosmetology, culinary arts and career management for success. Lipscomb University offers classes that allow offenders to achieve a college degree while incarcerated.


  • Sheriff’s Office Downtown Complex
    200 James Robertson Parkway
    Nashville, Tennessee 37211

    Nashville’s newest state of the art city jail facility will house approximately 816 offenders. Approximately sixty beds, 30 for females and 30 for males, will be dedicated to the Behavioral Care Center (BCC). BCC is an adult supportive residential facility which will provide gender responsive behavioral care services to residents in a short-term residential setting. This section of the facility is designed to be less of a correctional setting and more of a residential treatment setting, including things such as regular wall and doors rather than cells. The new $113 million Complex is scheduled to open in March 2020.