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What Are Clark County Arrest Records?

Clark County arrest records are official documents that detail the events surrounding an arrest. Clark’s arrest records are not criminal records. The reason is that they do not provide proof of a person's actual involvement in a crime. Arrest records are available at the offices of county law enforcement agencies.

Crime Statistics

In 2017, Clark County recorded 243 murders, 1,543 rapes, 4,286 robberies, and 7,321 aggravated assaults. Property crime incidents for the year included 16,498 burglaries, 34,407 larcenies, 10,270 motor vehicle thefts, and 258 cases of arson. Compared to 2016 figures, there were higher incidences of murder (23.4%), rape (9%), burglary (6.3%), and larceny (6.4%). However, robbery (25.9%), aggravated assault (20.6%), motor vehicle theft (5.5%), and arson (1.9%) rates fell in Clark County over the same period.

What Are Clark County Criminal Records?

A criminal record provides information about a person's involvement in a crime. Criminal records are generated after a court affirms a person's guilt in connection to a criminal offense. The Records, Communication and Compliance Division, under the Nevada Department of Public Safety maintains the state's criminal history database. In Nevada, only conviction records are open to the public. A complete criminal record is primarily available only to the record's subject. However, law enforcement agencies, approved employers, and other state authorities can have access to these records as backed by law.

How Do I Get Clark County Criminal Records?

To access a criminal record, the record seeker should log on to the Records, Communication and Compliance Division section of the NDPS website. The requesting party will need to download and fill a Request For Nevada Criminal History Form. Fingerprint identification is also a basic requirement for obtaining a copy of a criminal history.

The NDPS charges $27 for processing a criminal record request. Payment can be by Money Order or a Certified Check forwarded to the NDPS. Requests may take up to 4.5 days to be processed.

The Clark County Detention Centre has a duty to supply the county's inmate records. It offers a robust online Inmate Database Search tool to help Clark County residents locate people imprisoned in county jail.

How to Find Clark County Sex Offender Information

The Nevada Department of Public Safety is the agency responsible for maintaining sex offender information for all counties of the state. This department collates information gathered by the various Sheriff’s Offices into a statewide database that is publicly accessible on the Nevada Sex Offender Public Website. Anyone seeking information about a sex offender can use the Name Search function to find a registered sex offender by first or the last name.

The website also allows the public to search for sex offenders by license plate number. To see all sex offenders residing in Clark County, residents can click on the Geographical Search tab. A Community Notification System is also available for interested individuals who wish to receive mail alerts when a sex offender registers a new address.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Clark County Jail?

To visit an inmate housed in the Clark County Detention Center, the visitor will need to register at the facility lobby located in:

330 South Casino Center Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89101

After registering, the visitor will have to schedule an appointment in person or via an online platform provided on the county's website. The website also has details on jail visiting hours and how to schedule a visit.

It is the visitor's responsibility to observe all the rules and regulations set down in the facility. If a visitor fails to obey the rules, it will result in a visit denial.

Listed below are visitor requirements.

  • The minimum age that qualifies a visit is 18 years.
  • A Valid identification issued by Federal or state is required.
  • The visitor's name must be on the inmate's verified visitor list.
  • Visitors and belongings are subject to search.
  • While visiting, no personal items are allowed.
  • The time of visit is limited to 30 minutes at the Main Jail and up to 1 hour at the Jail Work Center.
  • Cancellation of visits without notice
  • Indecent dressing is prohibited
  • A new verified visitors list replaces the old list
  • A visitor's request form must be submitted and be approved before the visit date.
  • The verification process may take several days to complete. Criminal background history is run, and Visitors with warrants, or court orders of domestic violence, anti-harassment, restraining, and any no-contact listing inmate or offender will not be allowed to visit and are subject to arrest.

Where and How to Find Clark County Inmate Information

The Clark County Detention Center is responsible for providing inmate information for the county. It provides a useful Inmate Information Search tool online to help Clark County residents find individuals incarcerated in the county’s jail. Inmate information is categorized under Clark County public records. As a result, anyone can search for inmates by name or booking number.

Search results will display the inmate's personal information such as age, sex, height and body weight, as well as information on the criminal charge or conviction for which the inmate was held in custody. The jail roster will not display an underage inmate's information. To get more inmate information than what is available using this online tool, the record seeker can call the Information Line of the Clark County Detention Center at (702) 671-3900.

What Are Clark County Court Records?

Clark County court records are documentation of court proceedings. In Nevada, court records are public records unless sealed by law. The Clark County Clerk of Court maintains court records filed since September 1909. Clark County is home to Nevada’s Eighth Judicial District Court. Its records are available for viewing on the Records Inquiry online portal. Mail request services are also available by completing a Request Form and forwarding it to:

Clerk of Court Attn: Records
200 East Lewis Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89155
recordsrequest@clarkcountycourts.us

There is a separate Records Inquiry portal for viewing the records of the Las Vegas Township Justice Court.

Location of All Courts in Clark County

Boulder City Municipal Court
501 Avenue G
Boulder City, NV 89005
Phone: (702) 293-9278

Bunkerville Justice Court
190 Virgin St
Bunkerville, NV 89007
Phone: (702) 346-5711

Goodsprings Justice Court
23120 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Jean, NV 89019
Phone: (702) 874-1405

Henderson Justice Court
243 S Water St,
Henderson, NV 89015
Phone: (702) 455-7980

Las Vegas Justice Court
200 Lewis Ave #2
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: (702) 671-3116

Laughlin Township Justice Court
101 Civic Way #2
Laughlin, NV 89029
Phone: (702) 298-4622

Mesquite Justice Court
500 Hillside Dr
Mesquite, NV 89027
Phone: (702) 346-5298

Moapa Justice Court
1340 NV-168
Moapa, NV 89025
Phone: (702) 864-2333

Moapa Valley Justice Court
320 N Moapa Valley Blvd
Overton, NV 89040
Phone: (702) 397-2840

North Las Vegas Justice court
2428 N Martin L King Blvd # A
North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Phone: (702) 455-7801

Searchlight Justice court
1090 Cottonwood Cove Rd
Searchlight, NV 89046
Phone: (702) 297-1252

Obtaining a Marriage License

When obtaining a marriage license, both individuals must be present physically before a Clerk at a Clark County Marriage Bureau location.

Marriage license requirements:

  • The minimum age for applicants is 18 years, and no nearer of kin than second cousins or cousins of half-blood, single
  • Marriage licenses in Nevada are only legitimate within the state. Marriage services must be carried out within the borders of the state. It is recommended that services held in the air or water be restated, with a witness, once back on Nevada soil.
  • Requesters should be prepared to prove name and age with proper identification. According to Nevada law, issuance of a Marriage License is based on satisfactory identification.
  • It is essential to provide the proper credentials to have names displayed as desired. For example, to reflect your full middle name, the ID presented must contain the full middle name.
  • No need for a blood test

There is no proof of marriage, even when a marriage license lets a couple marry. Nevada does not publish confidential marriage documents as marriage documents are public documents.

There is no waiting period in Nevada. After obtaining a marriage license, couples may marry as soon as possible. It is okay for one (1) year from the date of issuance.

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What Are Clark County Vital Records

Vital records provide information on events such as births, deaths, marriages, and divorce. The Southern Nevada Health District issues birth and death certificates for Clark County. It has birth records from 1973 to the present and death records from 1988 to the present. To obtain a certificate for a birth or death that occurred prior to these dates, the requester should call the Nevada State Office of Vital Records on (775) 684-4242.

To order a birth or death certificate via the Southern Nevada Health District, interested parties can visit the office at:

280 S. Decatur Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89107

It opens to the public from Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:15 p.m. Requests for the record can be done using one of the iPad kiosks in the lobby. The Southern Nevada Health District charges $33 for the first copy of a birth or death certificate and $20 for each additional copy of the same record ordered.

For in-person requests, payment can be made with cash, money order, cashier’s check, and debit/credit cards. Only money orders are accepted when paying for a mail request. The requester should make this payable to the Southern Nevada Health District. Along with the money order, the SNHD requires a photo ID and a completed Birth Certificate Application (also available in Spanish) or Death Certificate Application (Spanish) forwarded to:

Southern Nevada Health District – Vital Records Office
Attn: Vital Records
P.O. Box 3902
Las Vegas, NV 89127

The Clark County Clerk is the official in charge of maintaining marriage records for the county. The requester can use the online Records Search System of the County Clerk’s Office to find and view marriage license records. To obtain a certified copy of a marriage license in person, walk-in services are available by visiting any of these locations of the Clerk’s Office:

County Clerk's Main Office
200 Lewis Avenue,
Las Vegas, NV 89155
Open on Mondays to Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Marriage License Bureau
201 E. Clark Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Open seven days per week, from 8:00 a.m. to midnight
(open all holidays)

Commission Division
500 S. Grand Central Parkway, 1st Floor
Las Vegas, NV 89155
Open on Mondays to Fridays from 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.

Henderson Office
240 S. Water Street
Henderson, NV 89015

Open on Thursday only, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., but closed from noon to 1:00 p.m. and all legal holidays.

Office of Civil Marriages
330 S. 3rd Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 671-0577

Walk-ins are accepted on Mondays to Thursdays, 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, but closed from 11:30 a.m. to noon.

Appointments are scheduled for Fridays between 9:30 a.m. to 8:45 p.m. and Saturdays between 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Laughlin Office
101 Civic Way
Laughlin, NV 89029

Open Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., but closed from 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. and all legal holidays.

The County Clerk’s Office accepts cash, cashier’s check, money order, and credit card payments. Alternatively, the applicant may download, complete, and mail a marriage license request form to:

Clark County Clerk’s Office
P.O. Box 551604
Las Vegas, NV 89155-1604

For overnight delivery of ordered copies of a marriage record, applicants should send the mail request to:

Clark County Clerk’s Office
200 Lewis Avenue
5th Floor
Las Vegas, NV 89101

They should also include the payment as a money order, cashier’s check, or bank check. The County Clerk charges 50 cents per page for copies of the marriage license. There is an additional $6 fee for each certified or exemplified license.

Where and How to Get Clark County Divorce Records

The Clark County Recorder's Office is subject to recording a divorce that has already been registered with Family Court. Record seekers should contact the County Recorder to obtain information about a Clark County divorce or get a copy of a divorce decree. The office is at:

Family Cour
601 North Pecos
Las Vegas, NV 89101-2408
(702) 455-2590

The requester should take note that divorce records are held at the county level. For divorce records, one must correspond to the County Clerk in the county where the divorce was ceded.

The Vital Records Office can search for and check divorce cases that transpired between 1968 to September 2005. The Office of Vital Records can examine an occasion if a petition is tendered to bear the name in full of the person whose account is being searched for, the estimated duration of the event, and the city or county where the incident occurred. The charge for confirmation of a record is $10.00 for each name searched.

Clark County
P.O. Box 551510
Las Vegas, NV 89155-1510
(702) 455-4336

Where and How to Get Clark County Marriage Records

One can order a certified copy of the marriage certificate from the County Clerk. Marriage license records may be searched using the online search feature on the Clark County Clerk's website. One may also write to the Clark County Clerk for a marriage record search at:

Clark County Clerk
Box 551604
Las Vegas, NV 89155-1604

The cost for a certified copy is $6.50. In the addressed application, the requester should present the bride and groom's name along with the year the license was obtained. Social Security Numbers are edited from all marriage license copies. Only the couple can apply for a marriage license copy with a visible Social Security Number. These specific documents cannot be ordered online but via mail.

Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 19 requires a fee charge for records search and for obtaining copies.

Where and How to Get Clark County Birth Records

Certified copies of Birth Records are available for events that occurred in Clark County. All copies issued by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health are accredited. The state office charges $25 per copy. The requester may need to provide a copy of a valid driver's license, state-issued ID or passport, and proof of relationship or real interest. Records are available at:

Office of Vital Records
4150 Technology Way, Suite 104
Carson City, NV 89706

The Southern Nevada Health District has birth records filed since 1973. Purchase of a birth certificate for the first time will cost $38.00 while each additional copy costs $25.00. Records are obtainable at:

Southern Nevada Health District – Vital Records Office
Attn: Vital Records
P.O. Box 3902
Las Vegas, NV 89127

Where and How to Get Clark County Death Records

Certified copies of death documents fall under the purview of the Division of Public and Behavioral Health. Certificates for any death that occurred in Clark County before 1988 are accessible at the State Office of Vital Records. Requests can be made by visiting the office at:

Office of Vital Records
4150 Technology Way, Suite 104
Carson City, NV 89706

Death Reports from 1988 till the present are accessible in-person, online, or by mail from the Southern Nevada Health District. Death certificates are private records. Therefore, the applicant must show or present a copy of a valid driver's license, state-issued ID or passport, and proof of relationship or real concern before the record-keeper can process a request.

An adequate candidate could be:

  • The subject outlined on the record
  • A close-knit family member associated by blood or marriage
  • The requirement imposed by law
  • If you are cited as a recipient or in a will, proof is required.
  • If you are acting on behalf of the executor of an estate, beneficiary, or someone inheriting from the deceased person, copies of legal documents are required to prove authority.

Purchase of the death certificate from the Southern Nevada Health District costs $38.00 while each additional copy costs $25.00. Walk-in requests are available at:

Southern Nevada Health District – Vital Records Office
Attn: Vital Records
P.O. Box 3902
Las Vegas, NV 89127

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Clark County?

Clark County property records are public records in compliance with the Ohio Open Records Law. Interested persons may inspect and obtain copies of property records without providing reasons before obtaining such data. Property records within the state are generally maintained by the office of the auditor. For further inquiries, interested persons may contact the auditor at

31 N Limestone St
Springfield, OH 45502
(937) 521-1860

Where and How to Find Property Records in Clark County

Property records in Clark County are maintained by the Clark County Auditor. The auditor is tasked with maintaining a record of property within the county and is responsible for storing and indexing these property records in a manner that is easy to access by members of the public. The auditor also ensures that all the property is properly appraised for tax purposes. Copies of public property records may be obtained in person by visiting the auditor in person on weekdays between 8 00 a.m. and 4 30 p.m. at

Clark County Auditor
31 N Limestone St
Springfield, OH 45502
(937) 521-1860

How to Look Up Clark County Property Records

The office of the Clark County Auditor provides online access to property records through its property search application. Users may access an online map of properties within the county and conduct searches on properties registered within the county. Interested persons may conduct either a basic search, an advanced search, or a comparison of sales. A basic search may be conducted by providing the parcel number, address, and owner name. To conduct an advanced search other information that may be provided include: the school district, township, Neighbourhood, land use, class, sale date, Sale price, seller, buyer, bedrooms, bathrooms year built, stories, or acres. For a comparable sales search, information such as the pin, sales date, number of rooms, year built, stories, and style are some of the information which may be used to carry out a search. In-person support is provided by the auditor’s office at

Clark County Auditor
31 N Limestone St
Springfield, OH 45502
(937) 521-1860

Location of Clark County Property Assessors

Hillary Hamilton – Appraisal, Board of Revision, Tax Incentive Review
Phone: (937) 521-1890
Email: www.clarkcountyauditor.org/contact-us

Bethany Moehn – Homestead & Owner Occupancy Program
Phone: (937) 521-1880
Email: www.clarkcountyauditor.org/contact-us

Jill Roller – Special Assessments
Phone: (937) 521-1877
Email: www.clarkcountyauditor.org/contact-us

Jim LaFollette – New Construction, General Appraisal
Phone: (937) 521-1879
Email: www.clarkcountyauditor.org/contact-us

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