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Nevada Inmate Records

Nevada inmate records contain personal and official data of persons incarcerated in the state of Nevada and housed within the jurisdiction of the Nevada Department of Corrections. These housing facilities may include county-run detention centers and jails or state penitentiaries and prisons. The data contained in the records typically include the full names, aliases, gender and birth dates of the inmates as well as the details of their current charges, booking information and registration number, sentences, court information, and prospective details. In compliance with state laws, all or some of this information may be obtained upon request, depending on the authority of the requestor.

Nevada Correctional System

The Nevada State corrections system comprises state-run correctional facilities, conservation camps, and transitional housing. This is in addition to detention centers and jails managed by city and county law enforcement agencies. While most facilities are operated individually, the state corrections department is charged with establishing operational guidelines for correctional facilities in the state. However, county and city detention centers are considered to be outside the jurisdiction of the NDOC. As such, persons seeking information regarding inmates and operations of these facilities may need to contact the counties or cities directly.

Nevada State Prison System

There are 7 correctional facilities, 10 conservation camps and 2 transitional houses within the jurisdiction of the Nevada State Department of Corrections. Operations in these institutions are overseen by the department and Inmate records are primarily disseminated by the department staff. These records may also be accessed using the online resources available on the NDOC website which features publications on finding inmate information, available inmate programs, and inmate family services.

How do I Visit Inmates In Nevada Prisons and Jails?

Inmates in the Nevada State jurisdiction are entitled to visiting privileges for the length of their sentence. Intending visitors are required to meet eligibility requirements to access the inmate of interest. To be eligible, the visitor must be included on the inmates authorized visitors list which may only contain 5 persons unless the inmate has more than 5 biological children. To be listed, a visitor must download and complete the Visiting Application Form.pdf). The application must be filled legibly and submitted to:

Nevada Department of Corrections
Attn: NCIC
P. O. Box 7011
Carson City, NV 89702

Approved persons will be issued a visiting card. However, non-immediate family members of the inmate must undergo the application process every 3 years. Every visit must be scheduled at least 24 hours ahead of arriving at the facility and visitors will be required to present a government-issued photo ID and may also be subject to routine searches before accessing the facility. On the other hand, applications that are disapproved may be appealed by the requestor. However, persons with criminal histories and prior convictions may not be allowed access to current inmates.

Contacting Incarcerated Persons In Nevada

The Nevada Department of Corrections provides phone privileges to current prisoners of the state. However, inmates may only make but not receive calls. While there are varying phone-use rules and restrictions for each facility, the NDOC guidelines apply to all facilities.

To receive calls from an inmate, interested persons may contact the designated vendors to be registered for a prepaid collect account, traditional collect account or a direct bill account (for bondsmen and attorney’s). The rates for receiving calls are as listed on the rate schedule of the NDOC. Queries and inquiries regarding inmate phone calls may be made to the detainee’s facility caseworker of the inmate. The caller ID information for all facilities are listed on the Inmate Phone Information Page of the NDOC website.

How do I Send Money to an Inmate in Nevada?

Interested members of the public may send money to Nevada Inmates via mail, phone, from a walk-in location or online. The designated retailer for receiving inmate deposits is Cash Pay Today which can be reached on their website or by calling 1-844-340-CASH (2274). The sender will be required to enroll and obtain a customer ID number after which the retail clerk will deposit the cash using the assigned ID as well as the inmate name and inmate ID number. This service attracts a small fee which may be dependent on the deposit made.

Phone and online deposits can be made through AccessCorrections.com or by calling (866) 345-1884, while mail deposits can be made may completing the Money Order Deposit Form. The completed slip must then be submitted along with a money order for the intended amount (not more than $2,999) to:

Secure Deposits
Nevada DOC
P.O. Box 12486,
St. Louis, MO 63132

Locations of Nevada State Correctional Facilities

Listed below are the addresses and contact information of all correctional institutions in the U.S. state of Nevada:

Carlin Conservation Camp
124 Suzie Creek Road
P.O. Box 1490
Carlin, NV 89822
Phone: (775) 754-6307

Ely Conservation Camp
HC 10 BOX 10813
Ely, NV 89301
Phone: (775) 289-8430

Humboldt Conservation Camp
8105 Conservation Road
P.O. Box 1069
Winnemucca, NV 89446
Phone: (775) 623-6530

Jean Conservation Camp
3 Prison Rd.
P.O. Box 19859
Jean, NV 89019
Phone: (702) 874-2509

Pioche Conservation Camp
1 Hardtimes Road
P.O. Box 509
Pioche, NV 89043
Phone: (775) 962-5125

Stewart Conservation Camp
1721 Snyder Ave.
P.O. Box 5005
Carson City, NV 89702
Phone: (775) 887-9310

Three Lakes Valley Boot Camp
3955 W. Russell Road
Las Vegas, NV 89118-2316
Phone: (702) 486-9906

Three Lakes Valley Conservation Camp
20825 Cold Creek Road
P.O. Box 208
Indian Springs, NV 89070
Phone: (702) 879-5472 ext.450

Tonopah Conservation Camp
HC 76
Box 8045
Tonopah, NV 89049
Phone: (775) 482-6700

Wells Conservation Camp
HC 67-50
Wells, NV 89835
Phone: (775) 478-5120

Ely State Prison (Esp)
4569 North State Rt.
P.O. Box 1989
Ely, NV 89301
Phone: (775) 289-8800
Florence Mcclure Women's Correctional Center
4370 Smiley Road
Las Vegas, NV 89115-1808
Phone: (702) 668-7200

High Desert State Prison
22010 Cold Creek Road
P.O. Box 650
Indian Springs, NV 89070-0650
Phone: (702) 879-6789

Lovelock Correctional Center
1200 Prison Rd.
Lovelock, NV 89419
Phone: (775) 273-1300

Northern Nevada Correctional Center
1721 E. Snyder Ave.
P.O. Box 7000
Carson City, NV 89702
Phone: (775) 887-9297

Southern Desert Correctional Center
20825 Cold Creek Road
P.O. Box 208
Indian Springs, NV 89070-0208
Phone: (702) 879-3800

Warm Springs Correctional Center (WSCC)
3301 E. 5th Street
P.O. Box 7007
Carson City, NV 89702
Phone: (775) 684-3000

How to Find Information on Inmates in Nevada Jails and Prisons

The Nevada Department of Corrections operates a Public Information Office which serves as the custodian and primary issuer of inmate-related information. Interested members of the public may retrieve personal or official details of a detainee by querying the office at (775) 887-3309. The information available to the office includes but is not limited to; housing location, arrest and booking details, most recent charges and sentence, bond information (if applicable) and prospective court and/or release dates. This information may also be retrieved by conducting an offender search using the inmate search tool. This will likely require the name and registration number of the inmate of interest. For information unavailable through either of these channels, the corrections staff of the facility where the inmate is housed should be contacted (see facility locations and contact information above).

How do I Obtain Inmate Records from Nevada State Jails?

Public Nevada state inmates data can be obtained using the Offender Search Tool featured on the state department of corrections website. To obtain a detainees location, the requestor must furnish the tool with relevant details of the offender, such as the offenders assigned ID or first/last names. For enquiries relating to the process and other inmate-related queries, the Family Services Unit should be contacted at (775) 887-3367.

Nevada State Archives

State Archives

Contact:(702) 874-3799

Search Includes

  • Arrests & Warrants
  • Criminal Records
  • Driving Violations
  • Police Records
  • Sheriff Records
  • Inmate Records
  • Felonies & Misdemeanors
  • Probation Records
  • Parole Records
  • Bankruptcies
  • Tax & Property Liens
  • Civil Judgements
  • Marriages & Divorces
  • Birth Records
  • Death Records
  • Property Records
  • Personal Assets
  • Business Ownership
  • Professional Licenses
  • Political Contributions
  • Unclaimed State Funds
  • Relatives & Associates
  • Address Registrations
  • Affiliated Phone Numbers
  • Affiliated Email Addresses

Results are based upon available information from state, county and municipal databases, and may not include some or all of the above details.

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