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We are committed to the health and safety of our customers,
employees and partners. Please note the following information in
response to the coronavirus crisis.
The city of Las Vegas Department of Public Safety has enhanced our
protocols to protect the health and safety of the public, staff, and
our inmate population. At the time of this notification, there have
been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the jail.
The department, in collaboration with our medical partner, Naphcare,
Inc., has continued to review and assess recommended guidelines from
the Center for Disease and Control (CDC), the Southern Nevada Health
District (SNHD), and the National Commission of Correctional Health
Care (NCCHC). The department provides comprehensive medical care
comprised of doctors, a psychologist, nurses, EMTs, Licensed
Clinical Social Workers, Discharge Planner, and full-scale mental
As part of the protocols:
We have enhanced the medical screening in our intake booking
Temperature screening is required for every person who enters
the jail, to include all inmate workers, department staff,
contracted employees, and outside agencies booking an inmate.
The facility has always followed sound hygiene practices. We
have continued following our established Sanitation Housekeeping
Cleaning Policies, which includes a 24/7 cleaning schedule. To
include educating the inmate population on cleaning protocols
and handwashing practices.
Due to COVID-19, many of the jail programs and inmate
visitations have been suspended to minimize the introduction of
the virus into the facility. The department understands the
importance of remaining connected to family and friends. Through
our inmate phone service provider, we are offering two (2) free
10-minute telephone calls weekly throughout the Coronavirus
Crisis National Emergency. Family and friends can always
send mail to their love ones.
The department is committed to staying abreast of up-to-date
information throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The safety and
security of the community and our inmate population remains our
top priority. The department has disease protocols in place to
assess and monitor inmates in our custody. If an inmate presents
with symptoms related to COVID-19 or test positive for the
virus, we will arrange for quarantine based on our professional
medical providers' guidance, and staff will follow proper
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) guidelines.
Together as a community will get through these unprecedented times.
You can still deposit funds and make payments online at
accesscorrections.com, via the Access Corrections mobile application or by calling
1.866.345.1884. Access to services at kiosks at correctional
facilities are unavailable at this time.
All individuals arrested on a misdemeanor offense within city limits
are booked into the detention center located at 3200 Stewart Ave.
Processing and Bail
Processing of arrestees is designed to reduce the anxiety level for
new arrestees. The booking process ensures:
- Arrestees are properly identified
Paperwork submitted by arresting agency is complete and accurate
Arrestees’ personal property, money receipts and other
miscellaneous items are properly recorded
- Arrestees are seen by medical for a health screen
- Completion of the fingerprint process
Arrestees remain in custody pending court arraignment, bail,
bond, release on their own recognizance and/or sentencing
Bail can be posted 24 hours a day, seven days a week
or at the bail window located at 3200 Stewart Ave., Las Vegas,
MasterCard, Visa, Discover and cash are accepted for bail.
American Express is not accepted. When posting bail with
cash, the exact amount is needed.
For bonding companies inquiring about bail, the linked form will
need to be completed and faxed as noted on the form.
Public Safety Form 373
Placing Money on an Inmate's Account
To place money on an inmate's books:
Access Corrections website
By Phone – 866-345-1884 toll
In Person - using a deposit kiosk located inside the Detention
Center’s visitation area at 3200 Stewart Ave., 89101.
The kiosk is available 6 a.m. – 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
– 4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, excluding
The kiosk is also available Saturday from 6 p.m. –
9:30 p.m. and Sunday 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and
again on Sunday from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
MasterCard, Visa, and Discover are accepted. The deposit kiosk also
accepts cash. Money deposited is posted immediately to the inmate’s
account. Money orders are not accepted to deposit money in an
Inmate Visitation Schedule
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak and a desire to help slow
the spread of the illness, inmate visitation at the city of
Las Vegas jail is suspended indefinitely.
As of August 5, 2021, you are encouraged to visit your family and
friends while they are in the Department of Public Safety Detention
Center by utilizing an all-new video visitation system. Video visits
allow the visits to take place in the privacy of your own home. To
schedule a video visitation session, please visit
and click on Securus Video Connect to set up an account. Video
visits must be scheduled 48 hours in advance and are in 20-minute
durations. Fees for video visits may be found on the video
visitation vendor’s website. Please be aware that visitors must have
a current government-issued identification.
The video visitation implementation will take place in
|Phase I - Unit 3
||August 5, 2021
|Phase II - Unit 2
||August 19, 2021
|Phase III - Units1/4
||September 23, 2021
|Phase IV - Unit 7
||September 23, 2021
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
6:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
At this time, due to the pandemic, on-site visits have not resumed
at the Department of Public Safety Detention Center.
Legal visits are provided Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6:30
a.m. to 10 a.m. and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Call
the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday to schedule
an appointment. All visitors, including attorneys and anyone
accompanying the attorney, must be pre-approved. A valid picture
identification card is required for admittance.
Inmate Telephone Calls
Changes to Inmate Telephone Service:
Coming November 18, 2020, inmate telephone service for Las Vegas
Detention Center is changing. The new provider will be Securus
Securus Technologies offers convenient calling account options
for friends & family. Please visit
for more information or you can call Securus Correctional
Billing Services (SCBS) @
1-800-844-6591, so you can keep
Any funds on an account with CenturyLink will not be
transferred to Securus. You will need to contact CenturyLink
to request a refund.
Cambios en el Servicio Telefónico de Reclusos:
El 19 de enero de 2021, el servicio telefónico de la cárcel del
Departamento de Seguridad Publica cambiara. El nuevo proveedor
será Securus Technologies.
Securus Technologies ofrece opciones de cuenta de llamadas
convenientes para amigos y familiares. Visite
www.securustech.net para obtener más información o puede llamar
al Servicios de Facturación Penitenciarios (SCBS) de Securus al
1-800-844-6591, para que pueda mantenerse en contacto.
Cualquier fondo en una cuenta con el proveedor anterior no
será transferido a Securus Technologies. Deberá contactar a
CenturyLink al 888-506-8407 o www.ICSolutions.com para
solicitar un reembolso.
Accounts can be set up for inmates to make calls. This can be
done by a pre-paid collect account or a pre-paid debit account.
The pre-paid debit account establishes an account for an inmate
to call 1 specific number.
A pre-paid debit account
allows inmates to call any number, to include cellular telephone
numbers and international numbers. A calling account can be
established by calling 888.506.8407 or by visiting
www.ICSolutions.com. If an account is not established, inmates are still allowed
to make collect calls.
Writing an Inmate
Inmate Name: John Doe
Facility: City of Las Vegas Detention Center
Address: 3300 Stewart Avenue
City, State, Zip Code: Las Vegas, NV 89101
Inmates are authorized to receive written
- Do not send photographs, as they are not permitted
- Packages are not permitted
If inmates receive unauthorized mail, it will be returned. If it
does not have a return address, it will be returned to the post
office’s dead letter file
There are two ways property releases can be initiated: the inmate
housed in the units can request a property release form from an
officer, or an outside person can request the property release form
at the bail window, located at 3300 Stewart Ave. Both requests
require the completion of a property release form. All property
requests will be processed during the designated times only.
Property releases will entail releasing all of the inmate’s property
or all of the inmate’s money. This includes property/money releases
for bail purposes.
Property release times:
Day Shift 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.
Night Shift 8 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Classification and Inmate Programs
While in custody, inmates receive a wide variety of support
services including 24-hour medical care, personal and group
counseling, weekly religious services, library, commissary,
visitation and recreational activities. While at the detention
center, inmates are assigned a variety of jobs. Job assignments
are designed to prepare the inmates for re-integration into
society by teaching them work and social skills.
For the safety of the inmate, we do not give out the release
time, which varies daily. Inmates are released at 3300 Stewart
To obtain information about inmates housed within the city detention
center, please call
3. For other area detention centers, please contact:
Clark County Detention Center, 702-671-3900
North Las Vegas Detention Center, 702-633-1400
Henderson Detention Center,