How To Find Information On A Person In CCDC
If you have a loved one in custody at the CCDC, you can get all the information you need via the following ways:
- Call us at (702) 333-2663
- Call the CCDC information number at (702) 671-3900
- Conduct an online search at CCDC Inmate Information Search.
For a more in-depth look at Clark County Detention Center, check out this helpful article on the subject.
Note About CCDC Inmate Search
Please keep in mind during your search that only detainees who have undergone the booking process will appear in the database. The booking process takes up to four hours to complete.
Also keep in mind that the CCDC Inmate Information Search populates results for anyone who is being held in the CCDC, whether they have been convicted or not.
At Lightning Bail Bonds, we believe in the principle of innocent until proven guilty, so please keep this in mind.
What To Remember When Conducting A CCDC Inmate Search
Here are some things to remember when conducting an inmate search at the Clark County detention Center:
- Names of minors are not displayed on the website.
- Names of inmates in protective custody will not be displayed.
- The CCDC will not provide inmate information via email.
- If who you are searching for is not on the CCDC website, then call us at (702) 333-2663, and we’ll help you find who you’re looking for.
How To Conduct A CCDC Inmate Search
To conduct a inmate search with the CCDC search tool, you must:
- Visit the CCDC Inmate Information Search page.
- Enter the first two letters of the inmate’s last name. The more letters you enter, the more accurate the search will be.
- Enter the inmate’s Identification number or justice Court Case Number.
- Click submit.
- You will be taken to an Inmate Name Reference page with potentially several names. When you find the correct name, you’ll then need to pinpoint the inmate’s location by finding them with their ID or with their Case Number.
How To Conduct A CCDC Inmate Search For A Minor
As we mentioned above, the CCDC inmate search tool doesn’t display information about inmates who are under 18 years old.
If your loved one is a minor, to determine whether or not they are in custody at the CCDC, you can contact us at (702) 333-2663, and we’ll help locate your family member for you.
You may also call CCDC for more information at (702) 671-3900, and a staff member will assist you.
How To Contact A Person In The CCDC
Unfortunately, inmates cannot receive phone calls from family members or friends, except for in emergency situations.
All incoming calls are restricted to police officers, attorneys, jail staff, or other identified professionals.
Inmates, however, can make outgoing phone calls during daytime hours. Phone cards are readily obtainable and can be bought in the commissary.
What About Visitation To The CCDC?
The CCDC facilities limit visitation to one adult visitor per inmate.
Only registered visitors are allowed to enter the CCDC.
Registration hours are 8:00 AM to 10:30 PM every day, including weekends.
Visitors are allowed to visit once every two weeks. Each visit is limited to 30 minutes.
There are some restrictions on the number of adults allowed to visit each time. Typically, only one adult per visit is permitted.
Same-day visits are not allowed.
Anyone under 18 years of age is not permitted to enter the detention center.
You are prohibited from using a cell phone during your visit. If you do, your visit will be canceled.
You should arrive 10 to 15 minutes early to your scheduled visit for check-in.
The CCDC has a stringent dress code.
The following are not allowed to be worn inside the facility:
- Overly revealing clothing, such as short shorts and miniskirts
- No tank tops
- Sleeveless or spaghetti-strap clothing
- Garments with cleavage showing
- House shoes (slippers, Crocs, etc.)
- Obscene or offensive clothing
To learn more, you can call the center directly or contact us. We are well-versed with the Clark County Detention Center dress code and can guide you on the proper attire.
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