Read Kentucky's ACP Laws

The most recent version of Kentucky's ACP law can be accessed here.

Visit Kentucky's ACP Website

The Kentucky ACP Website is run through the Secretary of State’s office and can be visited here.

Contact the Kentucky's ACP Office

To contact the Kentucky ACP Office, you may email or call (844)292-5227

Overview of Kentucky ACP

Who is eligible?

Survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault, stalking, are eligible for Kentucky’s ACP. Minor children who are the victims of crimes are also eligible.

Who is covered?

Minor children, dependents or guardians living in the household of an eligible applicant are covered by Kentucky’s ACP.

How does the application process work?

Kentucky ACP applicants may apply directly through the Secretary of State’s website but may also work with an approved application assistant when filling out the application. Additionally, some form of proof of their victimization may be required, including former legal action or reporting with law enforcement.

How does the program protect your address information?

Once admitted into Kentucky’s ACP, a participant is exempt from having their residential address associated with their voter registration information for 2 years. The program does not provide an alternative address or mail forwarding like many other address confidentiality programs.

Sample Application