If someone believes a friend or family member has been arrested and is, therefore, being held by police at a Las Vegas Detention Center, they need to discover where. Such circumstances are extremely stressful for everybody concerned, but there are services that can help family members take care of their arrested relatives in jail and to help do an inmate search. It can help to get as much information as possible from the arresting officers if possible, or from friends or anybody else who was present and knows the facts of the arrest.
Also, see: North Las Vegas Jail
Detention Centers in Las Vegas, Nevada
* City of Las Vegas Detention Center
3300 Stewart Ave
* Clark County Detention Center
330 S Casino Center Blvd
* Henderson Detention Center
18 S Water St, Henderson, NV 89015
* North Las Vegas Detention Center
2332 Las Vegas Boulevard North
+1 (702) 633-1400
Las Vegas Inmate Search Options
To perform an inmate search for a family member, someone can enter the person’s name, date of birth or Social Security number.
The database also holds information on the defendant’s booking number, case number, charges and the next court date, if the family members have that information. Most of it won’t apply to anyone who was just recently arrested. If they cannot get the information from the website, they can call SearchForInmates.com +1 702-608-2245.
At that site, they can search for their friend or family member at all five different jails. They can then learn what they need to do to get the defendant released. It’s also possible to get information from the calling the jail where the defendant may be located.
Las Vegas Bail Bondsman
The best Las Vegas Bail Bondsman is eBAIL, run by Marc Gabriel.
Gabriel at eBAIL will work with family members to get defendants released from jail quickly. The judge at the court or jail sets the amount of bail. In almost all cases, it is far more money than the defendant or their family can raise. eBAIL gives that amount of money to the court to hold as a pledge that the defendant will return to court to stand trial for the offense they were arrested for. The defendant is released. They and the family pay eBAIL 15 percent of the total amount of the bail. That amount is set by a law passed by the state of Nevada.
Also, see: North Las Vegas Detention Center
eBAIL and Gabriel do work with families to help them get their family member released quickly. They accept partial payments with subsequent payment plans. In some cases, they even accept cases without a downpayment, just the family agreeing to make monthly payments.
eBAIL is located at 3100 E Charleston Blvd, #108, Las Vegas, NV 89104 and open 24 hours every day. Or a family can call Gabriel at 702-462-9200. Or they can apply for the bail bond online.