Are you looking for the information about an inmate in Clark County Detention Center? If so, you are able to do that in the website of Clark County. How to do an inmate search in the Clark County Detention Center? Let’s find out the way to do the inmate search here.
Searching an Inmate in the Clark County Detention Center
If you want to find an inmate in the Clark County Detention Center, you are able to search it online by accessing the Clark County website or you can call information line at (702) 671 – 3900. How to do an inmate search online?
The first thing that you have to do is to access the website of the Clark County at www.clarkcountynv.gov. After you access the site, then put your cursor on the Top Services menu and then click on the Inmate Search (CCDC).
Then, you will be taken to the Detention Center Inmate Search page and there you have to click on the Inmate Information Search link. Alternatively, if you do not want to access the home page of the Clark County website, you can access Detention Center Inmate Search page directly by using this address: https://www.clarkcountynv.gov/
What do we have to do in the Inmate Information Search page? On that page, you will see there are some fields and you can fill in only one field that you want. Even, you can enter at least 2 letters of Last Name, inmate’s ID or Justice Court Case Number and then click on Submit button. The fields available on that inmate search page are Inmate’s Name, Inmate’s ID, and JC Case Number.
Let’s say that you want to search an inmate named George. You can enter ‘George’ in the Inmate’s Name field or you can only enter “Ge”. If you enter only “Ge”, you can get the results of the inmates whose last names are started with Ge such as George, Geegan, Gentry, Gebresilassie and many more. However, if you enter the last name of the inmate completely, for example, George, then you can get the results of inmates whose last names are George.
When you search an inmate and then you are given the results of the search, the information that is given are Inmate ID, Inmate Name Reference, Arrest Date, Case Number, Age, Race and Sex. In the form, there are also Find w/ ID option and Find w/ Case No option. If you click on the Find w/ ID option, you will be taken to the Inmate In-Custody Status page. There, you can read the information of the inmate such as ID, Case, Related Case, Housing, Name, Charge, Arrest Date, Sched Department, Detainer, Sched Action, Age, Race, Sex, Cash Bail, Sched Date, Status, Surety Bail and Sched Time.
As explained on the Clark County website, if the information that you are looking for is not posted on that site, you are able to call the information line. When you search an inmate there, you are able to enter at least 2 letters of the inmate’s last name, inmate’s ID or Justice Court Case Number. If you use the last name search, it is recommended for you to provide more than two letters to narrow the search. After that, you are able to click on the Submit button to start the search.
After you find the name, you can click on the Find w/ ID or Find w/ Case No to find the in-custody status of the inmate.
Do you have a plan to visit the inmate in the Clark County Detention Center? If so, you need to know the schedule when you are able to visit them. According to the website of Clark County Detention Center, here are the visitation times according to the website of the Clark County Detention Center.
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Male Inmates Last Names A-M
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Female Inmates
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Male Inmates Last Names N-Z
8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Male Inmates
8:00 am – 3:00 pm Female Inmates
However, it is better for you to check the schedule again by contacting the Clark County Detention Center to get accurate schedule if you are afraid that there is a change in the schedule.
It is important for you to note that if you are an adult and you want to visit an inmate there, you need to have a picture ID. If you do not take it, you will not be permitted to visit. If you are a child who are under 18 years old, you have to be accompanied by your parent or legal guardian when you visit the inmate.
In the website of the Clark County Detention Center, it is also explained that if you are the attorney, you are able to visit your clients at any reasonable time with proper identification. The CCDC asks that you do not visit during meal times and after 9 pm.
When you visit an inmate, there are a number of rules that you have to obey. Those are listed below.
- Make sure that there are NO CELL PHONES, FOOD or DRINK.
- There is NO large purses or diaper bags.
- For Children, they need to be accompanied by an adult.
- You have to wear shirts and shoes at all times.
- The pants/shirts that you are wearing must be free of holes and in clean condition.
- Do not wear pants which are hanging or fitting below the waistline.
- Do not wear “spandex” shirts or pants.
- Don’t wear sheer or see through/mesh clothing.
- Don’t wear muscle shirts, halter tops, crop tops, tank tops, strap t-shirts or sleeveless shirts.
- Don’t wear midriff baring shirts or blouses.
Make sure that all necklines must be appropriately modest and there are no plunging necklines or backs.
- Don’t wear skirts and dresses which are shorter than 2” above the knee when standing.
- Shorts are allowed only if they are modestly cut, no upper thigh or buttocks visible, no cut-offs.
- Undergarments are required.
- If the visitors wear clothing which are considered inappropriate by the Detention Center staff, they will not be allowed to visit.