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 DUI, battery domestic violence, or 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:
- 1. Where is the Pahrump Jail?
- 2. How can I search for an inmate?
- 3. What are the bail procedures?
- 4. What are the visiting hours?
- 5. How do inmate phone calls work?
- 6. Can inmates get mail?
- 7. How do I transfer money to an inmate’s books?
- 8. How can inmates release their property?
1. Where is the Pahrump Jail?
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.
2. How can I search for an inmate?
Search for Nye County Detention Center inmates here. Or else call the jail at (775) 751-7027.
3. What are the bail procedures?
To post bail go to the Pahrump Court‘s Clerk of Courts on Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (The Pahrump Court is located at 1520 E. Basin Avenue, Pahrump, NV 89060.)
Persons wishing to post a bond outside of those days and hours may use the Inmate Canteen Kiosk, an automated system for accessing inmate accounts (located in the lobby of the Detention Center). The system accepts both cash and credit cards. After posting bond through this Kiosk, the individual must notify Detention Staff that the bail has been posted.
Read more about the Nevada bail process. Also read our article on how to bail out an inmate at the Pahrump jail.
4. What are the visiting hours?
The Pahrump Jail’s on-site visiting hours are Monday through Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Visits are conducted through a video monitor.
People can also schedule video visits from their home computer or phone through JailATM.
There is no privacy and the videos may be recorded, so no one should say anything about the case. Call the jail at (775) 751-7027 for more information.
5. How do inmate phone calls work?
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. Phone calls are recorded.
6. Can inmates get mail?
People incarcerated at the Pahrump Jail are allowed to receive letters, but they may be opened by staff. They 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.” See here for more information about mailing rules.
Friends and family can also send and receive e-messages through JailATM.
7. How do I transfer money to an inmate’s books?
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 JailATM.
- By mail: Money, checks or money orders enclosed with incoming mail will be placed in the inmate’s account.
People in custody at the Pahrump Jail normally use the money in their accounts to purchase personal items at the commissary such as stationery, snacks, calling cards, and toiletries.
8. How can inmates release their property?
When a person is arrested in Pahrump, police confiscate the property on their 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. Property not picked up within 30 days is considered abandoned. Call the jail at (775) 751-7027 for more information.
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