The Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas is a modern, efficient and effective jail. Clark county jail inmates are given access to the full line of benefits and services that the law makes available to any other detainee in the country.
Clark County Detention Center inmates are allowed to visit one of the several commissaries in the jail twice weekly. Friends or relatives of those incarcerated can make cash donations daily. Funds are credited to the inmates’ account within 24 hours. It is important to note that the jail will not accept personal checks or business checks (such as payroll checks) under any circumstances.
Mail services are also available at the Clark County Jail. For obvious reasons, all incoming mail is subject to inspection upon arrival. Rules regarding content need to be followed; no substances of any kind are allowed to be present in an inmates’ mail, including glue, whiteout, or glitter. Pictures, regardless of their content, must be 6”x8” or smaller.
Inmates at Clark County Detention Center are also entitled to use of the phone system to place outgoing calls. All outbound calls are placed collect; the recipient must accept charges before the inmate's call is continued. Outbound calls to a cell phone will require the receiver to set up an account to receive additional calls.
Finally, the Clark county jail has a service that allows friends and family to get up to the minute information on their loved ones’ status. You can call 702-671-3900 and follow the prompts. Please keep in mind, information will not be available for detainees under age 18. Also note that you might receive a busy signal when calling.
Feel free to use our Clark County Detention Center inmate search tool at no cost.
There are two methods. You can call the information line at (702) 671-3900 or try the inmate search page.
No, inmates are not allowed to receive incoming calls. However they can make outgoing phone calls by collect call. For more information on inmate phone calls, see this website.
Visitors must first register in person at the Clark County Detention Center. Then you can schedule a visit in person or you can schedule a visit online. For visiting schedules and more information, see this page.
If the case has been filed, you can search by name on this website. Click the 'District Civil/Criminal Records' link, and then select 'Party' in the Search By list.