Table of Contents
- How to Perform Nevada Inmate Lookup
- What are Nevada Jail Records?
- Jail and Inmate Search in Nevada
- Criminal Justice Quick Facts
- Nevada Parole Population
- Nevada Prisons
- Nevada Inmate Records by Counties
How to Perform Nevada Inmate Lookup
State offers the public a Nevada inmate records search tool so you can find someone incarcerated in the state. All you need is their offender ID or first and last names. You will see a list of inmates, and you can click on each one to get the details. Once in there, you will see a thumbnail image of their mug shot, their name, gender, race, age, physical description and where they are being held. You can also review the details of previous hearings and their offenses with sentencing and dates.
Creating Public Jail Records
NV takes great pride in keeping detailed records of each inmate. The process begins with the arrest and continues well after release during supervision and parole. Each time something occurs that affects the inmate, it is noted in the file and updated. Paper versions of many of the forms exist, but most of it is kept in an online software program, accessible by all agencies in law enforcement. The information is stored in a consolidated location and shared to make overseeing many inmates easier and more controllable. Nevada prison inmate search records are updated daily.
What are Nevada Jail Records?
Nevada jail inmate search records are the files that law enforcement keeps on every inmate incarcerated in an NV jail or prison. The paperwork trail begins with the arrest and the RAP sheet. It continues with every move to a new facility, visitor log that is filled in, court appearance and participation in any prison programs. Everything that happens in the life of an inmate is documented and stored in a Nevada inmate search online database so other law enforcement agencies can search and find someone. A lot of this information is publicly accessible and available to anyone.
Jail and Inmate Search in Nevada
NV’s prison population is made up of 91% male and only 9% female inmates. The average age of a state inmate is 39.2. The majority of inmates are White (49%) with the remainder being Black (33.7%), Hispanic (13.2%), Asian (1.84%) and the rest American Indian or other. Most inmates are sentenced to 3-5 years with another large group being in for 6-10 years. On average the prisons yield about 13,495 inmates at one time. NV has 20 jails and 20 prisons in the state. The jail population averages 6,800 at any given time. The state community corrections system oversees other 18,985 people on parole and probation.
Criminal Justice Quick Facts
Nevada Parole Population
Nevada parole population as of the beginning of 2016 counted 5,507 people, 230 paroles per 100.000 population. That’s by 246 people less compared to the previous year, which has decreased by 4.5%.
The state has a total of 20 jails and 20 prisons spread over 20 counties. The NV Department of Corrections is committed to providing safe and humane conditions for each inmate while also fostering rehabilitation and reducing recidivism. The state’s current jail population is 6,810, and their prison population is 13.495. They manage all their facilities on an annual budget of $340 million with a staff of 2,884 employees. Along with housing, the inmates, the NV community corrections system supervises 13,5,261 people on probation and another 5,261 on parole. It costs the state $20,656 to care for one inmate for a year.
|Prison Name||Prison Type|
|Ely State Prison - ESP||State Prison|
|Florence McClure Women's Correctional Center - FMWCC||State Prison|
|High Desert State Prison - HDSP||State Prison|
|Las Vegas Community Correctional Center||Private Prison|
|Lovelock Correctional Center - LCC||State Prison|
|Nevada Southern Detention Center||Private Prison|
|Northern Nevada Correctional Center - NNCC||State Prison|
|Southern Desert Correctional Center - SDCC||State Prison|
|Warm Springs Correctional Center - WSCC||State Prison|