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Old 02-05-2017, 02:56 AM
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What does MX stand for in classification MX GP? I believe the person I am asking about (my children's father) is in Fayette County Jail (I don't live in KY and don't know anything about the state) and I read in other threads that an inmate doesn't get classified in county jail? This abbreviation is under classification for him when I did an inmate search. Thanks!
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That particular classification is for that particular jail as in where they are housed in that jail. It means nothing regarding state inmate classification.

I'm not sure about the MX (mix maybe?) but the GP is general population. So he's not in segregation. The MX could be a wing in the jail too.

It also determines who gets visits and when at that jail.
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That particular classification is for that particular jail as in where they are housed in that jail. It means nothing regarding state inmate classification.

I'm not sure about the MX (mix maybe?) but the GP is general population. So he's not in segregation. The MX could be a wing in the jail too.

It also determines who gets visits and when at that jail.
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I know this is old but just for reference (this is for Fayette County):

MX= Max
MI= Min
GP= General Population
PC= Protective Custody (Not sure what PC-T or PC-V means V maybe Checkin)
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PC-T may stand for Protective Custody-Trustee. Not sure either. The rest were right. Fayette is a good jail (as far as jails go). Plenty of programs, and work opportunities.
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PC-T may stand for Protective Custody-Trustee. Not sure either. The rest were right. Fayette is a good jail (as far as jails go). Plenty of programs, and work opportunities.
I hope so, My niece is in there now and its going to be a long haul for her. Unfortunately she is in PC and that will make the time go slower while awaiting trial.

The classification is crazy there at times. She keeps getting bumped up and then down. Went from Mi GP to MX GP SU and now MX GP PC-V. I realize it is from the charges (because she has no prior history, not even speeding ticket lol) and from my past experiences from being locked up I think she is in the right class now. I called jail and they wouldn't go into details but confirmed what I said about charges.

I forgot to add that they also have a few other classifications and I will add those here tomorrow when I talk to jail again.

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