Anyone arrested in Laughlin or Searchlight, Nevada, are booked at the Laughlin Jail. Also known as the Tucker Holding Facility, Laughlin Jail is a holding area for the Clark County Detention Center (CCDC). Within 48 hours of arrest, Tucker Holding Facility inmates are transported to the CCDC pending further proceedings.
The Laughlin Jail can be reached by phone at (702) 298-3460. It is located next to the Laughlin Courthouse at 101 Civic Drive, Laughlin, NV 89029:
The Tucker Holding Facility is smaller and less structured than full-service detention centers in Nevada. Inmates stay there for two to three days at most.
Inmates do not wear uniforms, receive mail, maintain inmate trust accounts ("books"), or get commissary (shopping) privileges. There are no healthcare workers are on staff, so sick inmates are transported to the CCDC.
This page provides information about locating, phoning, visiting, and bailing out person incarcerated at the Tucker Holding Facility.
How to Bail out a person in custody at the Tucker Holding Facility in Laughlin Nevada
People can post bail at either the Laughlin Courthouse or the Clark County Detention Center. Call the Laughlin Jail at (702) 298-3460 to learn what form of bail is acceptable for the particular inmate.
To bail out someone at the Laughlin Courthouse located next to the jail at 101 Civil Way, go to the cashier window on Mondays through Thursdays from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. After business hours, contact Western Union Quick Collect at 1-800-325-6000.
For detailed information on how to post bail at the Clark County Detention Center, visit our Clark County Detention Center bail page. For more information on how to bail out an inmate from the Laughlin Jail, see our article on how to bail out an inmate from the Laughlin Jail.
Call the Laughlin Jail at (702) 298-3460 to learn specifically what form of bail is acceptable (cash, money orders, etc.) for the particular inmate you're wishing to bail out.
Locating a person in custody at the Tucker Holding Facility in Laughlin, Nevada
Call the Laughlin Jail at (702) 298-3460 to inquire about whether someone is incarcerated there. Once the inmate has been transferred to the Clark County Detention Center, he/she should be searchable online at the CCDC inmate search page. Otherwise call (702) 671-3900.
Phoning a person in custody at the Tucker Holding Facility in Laughlin, Nevada
Inmates at the Laughlin Jail may make free calls to anyone in the 702 and 725 area codes. Otherwise all calls are collect and may only reach landlines. Cell phone users may contact Correctional Billing Services at 1 800 844-6591 to set up a prepaid account which can accept collect calls from the Laughlin Jail.
People outside of the Laughlin Jail may not place phone calls to inmates.
Visiting a person in custody at the Tucker Holding Facility in Laughlin, Nevada
Laughlin Jail inmates can receive visitors on Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Visits are conducted through glass and a phone. Inmates are allowed one thirty-minute visit daily.
Releasing property from persons in custody at the Tucker Holding Facility in Laughlin, Nevada
Friends and family may retrieve inmate property by going to the Laughlin Jail at 101 Civil Way. Business hours are Mondays through Fridays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The inmate must sign a release-of-property form, and the property recipient must produce an I.D.
Arrested in Laughlin? Help is available
If you or someone you know has been booked at the Laughlin Jail, phone our Laughlin Criminal Defense Attorneys at 702-DEFENSE (702-333-3673) to schedule a free consultation. We'll do everything possible to negotiate and litigate a favorable outcome for your case.
We represent clients throughout Nevada, including Las Vegas, Henderson, Clark County, Washoe County, Reno, Carson City, Laughlin, Mesquite, Bunkerville, Moapa, Elko, Pahrump, Searchlight and Tonopah.
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