Every person incarcerated at the Clark County Detention Center (CCDC) has his or her own trust account. Anybody can transfer funds into inmate trust accounts except other inmates. Inmates may use their account to buy items at the commissary or to release the money to business or legal entities.
Transferring funds to an inmate trust account at the CCDC
You may transfer funds to an inmate’s trust account at the CCDC in the following ways:
To transfer funds to a CCDC inmate by cash, bring the money to the jail’s kiosk at 330 S. Casino Center Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89101.
The payer must know the inmate’s name and ID # as well as the CCDC Facility number, 289101. Transactions can take as long as 24 hours to post, but it usually occurs within 15 minutes.
Note that fees do apply:
|Transaction Amount||Cash Only Transaction Fees|
|$0 -- $20||$2.95 Only|
|$20.01 -- $100||$3.95 Only|
|$100.01 -- $200||$4.95 Only|
Credit cards or debit cards
To transfer funds to a CCDC inmate by debit or credit card, call 1-866-232-1899 or go to www.touchpaydirect.com. Transactions are usually posted within a day not counting holidays and weekends.
Note that fees do apply:
|Transaction Amount||Credit Card Transaction Fees|
|$0 -- $20||$2.95, plus 3.5% of deposit|
|$20.01 -- $100||$3.95, plus 3.5% of deposit|
|$100.01 -- $200||$4.95, plus 3.5% of deposit|
Money orders through the mail
Money orders are subject to a 10-business-day hold.
To transfer funds to a CCDC inmate by mail, send a money order to:
INMATE NAME & ID # (The name and ID # must be on the envelope.)
Clark County Detention Center
330 S. Casino Center Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Make the money order payable to “CCDC Inmate Trust Account.” Then write the person in custody’s name and ID number somewhere on the money order as well.
CCDC does not accept personal checks, cashier’s checks, or business checks. Money orders will post to the trust account within a day unless it is a weekend or holiday.
Releasing money from an inmate trust account at the CCDC
An inmate who is currently in permanent housing may only release funds from his or her account to a business or legal entity. He/she may not release funds to outside persons.
However, an inmate who is in booking may release funds from his or her account to an outside person, business, or legal entity.
The jail holds all money releases to an outside person for 24 hours.
Anyone coming to the jail to pick up the funds has to show a valid government-issued photo ID.
Find an inmate at the County Detention Center
- To learn how to find a CCDC detainee by phone or internet, refer to our page on how to search for a CCDC inmate.
General CCDC information
- For more about the CCDC, refer to our article on the Clark County Detention Center.
Posting bail in Nevada
- For information about bail at other Nevada jails, go to our article on posting bail in Nevada.
Official Clark County website
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