People arrested in Pahrump, Nevada, are booked at the Nye County Detention Center-Southern Area Sub Station (Pahrump Jail). Typical charges for inmates incarcerated there include the Nevada crime of DUI, the Nevada crime of battery domestic violence, or the Nevada crime of shoplifting.
The Pahrump Jail is a relatively new facility with 224 beds. Click on a topic below for more information about the Nye County Detention Center:
The Pahrump Detention Center is located at 1521 E. Siri Lane, Pahrump, NV 89060.
The Pahrump Jail's primary telephone number is (775) 751-7027, and the fax number is (775) 751-4233.
No inmate information for the Pahrump Detention Facility is available online. The public may call the jail at (775) 751-7027 at any time to ask if someone in particular is incarcerated there.
The Pahrump Jail accepts bail around the clock. People may post bail either by cash or bail bondsmen.
Note that people may also post bail at Pahrump Justice Court during the business hours of Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, except for holidays. The Pahrump Court is located at 1520 E. Basin Avenue, Pahrump, NV 89060.
Visiting hours at Pahrump Jail are on Thursdays and Saturdays from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Visitors must schedule an appointment in advance. Appointments are made online at the Nye County Inmate Visitation Scheduling page. Visits are conducted through video.
5. Phoning a person in custody at Nye County Detention Center
Inmates at Pahrump Jail may not receive phone calls. However, they may place outgoing collect calls or buy phone time with money on their commissary accounts. Phone calls are typically made between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.
People incarcerated at the Pahrump Jail are only allowed to receive postcards in the mail. Letters and packages are not accepted. The postcards should be addressed to:
INMATE NAME & IN CUSTODY NUMBER
Nye County Detention Center
1521 E. Siri Lane
Pahrump, NV 89060
Attn: INMATE MAIL
People may call the Pahrump Jail at (775) 751-7027 to get the inmate's "in custody number."
There are three ways to put money on an inmate's books at the Pahrump Jail:
- In person: People may bring cash to the jail at 1521 E. Siri Lane, Pahrump, NV 89060 during visiting hours.
- Online: People can put money on an inmate's commissary account at www.govpaynow.com.
- By phone: People may call (888) 277-2535 and follow the instructions.
People in custody at the Pahrump Jail normally use the money in their accounts to purchase personal items at the commissary such as stationary, snacks, and toiletries.
Inmates can also use the money in their accounts to buy phone time. Outsiders can transfer money to an inmate specifically for phone use in the following ways:
- In person: There is a kiosk in the jail lobby that accepts cash or credit to buy phone time. The kiosk is available twenty-four hours a day.
- Online: Go to www.pay.telmate.com to transfer funds to an inmate for phone use.
- By phone: Call (866) 516-0115 to transfer funds to an inmate for phone use.
When a person is arrested in Pahrump, police confiscate the property on his/her person such as keys, wallet, and their car. Arrestees may release this property to outside persons if both parties fill out a form agreeing to the release. Call the jail at (775) 751-7027 for more information.
Arrested in Pahrump? There is help…
If you or someone you know has been arrested in Pahrump, phone our Nevada Criminal Defense Attorneys at 702-DEFENSE (702-333-3673) for a free consultation. We will hold your hand through the confusing Nevada bail process and will fight to achieve the best resolution possible for your case.
We represent clients throughout Nevada, including Las Vegas, Henderson, Washoe County, Clark County, Reno, Carson City, Laughlin, Mesquite, Bunkerville, Moapa, Elko, Pahrump, Searchlight and Tonopah.
For further information go to our articles on Nevada criminal defense attorneys, Nevada crime of DUI, Nevada crime of shoplifting, and Nevada crime of battery domestic violence. And for more information about Nye County Criminal Defense Lawyers, go to our article on Nye County Criminal Defense Lawyers.