While Henderson Detention Center sees a decent amount of traffic with around 5500 bookings a year, it’s only intended for those who are serving sentences of a year or less, those who are awaiting trial and haven’t posted bail, and non-citizens of the United States.

Given the limitations of Henderson Detention Center, sometimes inmates need to be transferred to other facilities.

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Henderson Detention Center

The Henderson Detention Center is a medium to maximum-security facility located behind the courthouse at 18 E Basic Road.

The facility serves 500 inmates and has a staff of around 110 people.

Staff members at the center include detention officers, administrative specialists, and medical professionals.

Inmates at Henderson Detention Center include those who have committed misdemeanor crimes, as well as those who have committed more serious crimes, such as murder and rape.

Correctional officers at Henderson Detention Center are trained to de-escalate conflicts but will use physical force to restrain inmates if necessary.

Where Do Inmates Get Transferred From Henderson Detention Center?

Usually, inmates at Henderson Detention Center are transferred to the Nevada State Prison System or Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Non-US citizens who are convicted of state or federal crimes may be transferred into ICE custody for deportation.

How To Find An Inmate In Henderson Detention Center

To find an inmate at Henderson Detention Center, you can use the online inmate search tool here or call us at (702) 333-2663.

Keep in mind that only inmates who have undergone the booking process will appear in the inmate database. The booking process can take up to 4 hours to complete.

How To Contact A Person In Custody

Inmates are not allowed to receive phone calls from friends or family members.

Incoming phone calls are restricted to police officers, jail staff, attorneys, and other recognized professionals.

Persons in custody are allowed to make outgoing phone calls during daylight hours only. Phone cards are available to inmates and can be bought in the commissary.

What About Visitation?

Visitors are allowed to visit twice a week. Each visit is 20 minutes long.

Only two adults per visit are allowed. Children are allowed but should remain under adult supervision at all times.

Visitation days are Wednesday and Sunday.

Wednesday visiting hours are from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM.

Sunday visiting hours are from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

Dress Code

Henderson Detention Center has a strict dress code.

The following may not be worn inside the facility:

  • Sleeveless clothing
  • Clothing that is overly revealing, such as short shorts and miniskirts
  • House shoes (slippers, Crocs, etc.)
  • Headwear of any kind
  • Obscene or offensive clothing

For more information about what you should wear, you can either call the center directly or call us. We are well acquainted with the center and can guide you on the appropriate attire.

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