Clark County Jail Inmate Search
Call for Clark County Jail Inmate Search also known as Clark County Detention Center Inmate Search in Las Vegas NV.
Find anybody in the Clark County Jail or request to be on the inmate watch list for notifying you if the person you are looking for is finally in the system. You can utilize this search to find current inmates that has completed the booking process. The booking process can take up to four hours and the inmate will not show in the search results until this is completed. The fastest way to search for any inmate in the Clark County Detention Center is to call us. Our friendly staff will find the inmate you are looking for and be able to provide you with:
- Bail information: What it cost to get them out of jail now?
- Charges: What crime are they accused of?
- Next court date: When they will see the judge?
Clark County Jail Location
The Clark County Detention Center is the largest jail in the greater Las Vegas area and is located at:
330 South Casino Center Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Almost anybody that gets arrested in Las Vegas usually gets transported and booked into the Clark County Jail. If your friend or loved one is under arrest, you can find them by utilizing the Clark County Jail inmate search tool. The following search options will help you in finding an inmate:
Clark County Jail Inmate Search by last name:
Locate the “Inmates Name” search bar and type in the full name of the person you are looking for. If there are no results broaden your search by just typing in the first two to three letters of their last name. This will give you a list of all Clark County Jail inmates with those first letters in their last name.
Clark County Jail Inmate Search by ID number:
Locate the “Inmate’s ID” search bar and type in the number of the person you are searching for. This will give you exactly the person that you are looking for. If there are no search results check the number for errors and try it again.
Clark County Jail Inmate Search by Case number:
Locate the “Case Number” search bar and type in the exact case number. If there are no search results you should check the number for accuracy or try searching for by last name. Most people do not know the case number and end up using the name search option.
Clark County Jail Inmate Search by phone:
Call right now to have a friendly operator assist you in finding an inmate. This is the fastest and most convenient way to locate an inmate inside the Clark County Detention Center. You can also get answers to other questions such as bail information to get out of jail now, charges and next court date.
What to do next:
You finally found your friend or loved one inside the Clark County Jail and you are wondering what you should do next. If you need to talk to someone about your options call us now. Our friendly staff will help you with all your questions. You have the following options to get an inmate out of the Clark County Jail:
Pay the full bail amount:
This is the most expensive option since it could be in the thousands or even tens-of-thousands of dollars to pay for the full bail amount at the Clark County Detention Center.
Pay only 15% of the full bail amount:
This is the cheapest and fastest option to get someone out of the Clark County Jail right now. All you have to do is to hire a reputable, licensed and BBB accredited bail company such as eBAIL. Call us right now and our friendly staff will help you immediately. The 15% is the mandatory premium fee required by NV Law NRS 697.300. However, do not concern yourself as eBAIL guarantees financing, with easy payments.
Things happen in Las Vegas and some people end up finding themselves in the Clark County Detention Center. If the inmate doesn’t have the necessary funds to bail themselves out, eBAIL a premier, BBB accredited, local bail bond agency is available 24 hours a day. eBAIL is able to help get them get free from the Clark County Detention Center so they can return to their family. The agents are so fast and effective that they can have the Clark County Jail inmate released from the Clark County Detention Center in a matter of hours.
How a Bail Bond works
For a small fee (15% of the bail set by the judge), bail bond agents are willing to help release anyone from the Clark County Detention Center. After their release, they will receive a bill from the bondsman. If they still don’t have the money, eBAIL bail bond agents are very understanding and accept payment plans.
Clark County is a very busy area to patrol. Police end up arresting numerous people every day and detain them in the Clark County Detention Center. Without bail bond agents, the Clark County Jail would have a huge overcrowding problem. Most suspects prefer the Clark County Detention Center over the local Las Vegas Detention Center.
Clark County Jail Inmate Search Location
You can find the Clark County Jail at 330 South Casino Center Blvd Las Vegas, on the corner of Lewis St. You cannot miss the imposing towers that house all the inmates located directly behind the Golden Nugget Casino. The lobby is open 24 hours to inquire about inmates. However, the bail window for posting bonds closes everyday from 12 midnight until 8 in the morning. The goal should always be to get your friend or family member out of the Clark County Jail as fast as possible. They will appreciate this, so they can go on with their life and back to their families.
Bail window information
The bail window is located inside the Clark County Jail and closes everyday from 12 midnight until 8am. The goal should always be to post at the bail window as fast as possible, before they close. Once the bondsman posts the bond at the bail window, the process of release begins. It usually takes anywhere from 6 to 12 hours to be released, depending how busy the jail is. At this point friends and family have to wait until they hear from their loved one.
Releasing of the Inmate
CCDC Inmates find their new freedom on the back side of the Clark County Detention Center, off First Street. Most fresh released inmates usually walk to the Golden Nugget Casino which is one block north of the CCDC. The detainee can make phone calls, find shelter and wait for transportation.