The Kansas State Penitentiary was authorized by the Kansas Constitution in 1859. The Kansas State Penitentiary, whose name was legislatively changed to the Lansing Correctional Facility (LCF) on June 18, 1990, is the state's largest complex for detention and rehabilitation of adult male felony offenders. The complex consists of the Central Unit, which includes an 11-acre maximum security facility, and a 46-acre medium security facility, and the East Unit which is an 85-acre minimum security facility. Currently, the inmate population is capped at 2,489. Within the LCF complex, there are four custody levels of inmates housed at the Lansing Correctional Facility, to include: special management, maximum, medium, and minimum custodies. The appropriate custody level of an inmate is determined by an inmate's length of sentence, crime, escape history, institutional adjustment, behavior record and other factors designated by the Kansas Department of Corrections. The warden of the facility administers six major budget programs: administration, capital improvements, security, support services, classification and programs. The Warden oversees an annual budget of more than $30 million.