Carlin Conservation Camp Inmate Search and Prison Information
124 Suzie Creek RoadPO Box 1490, Carlin, NV, 89822
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Situated in Carlin, Nevada is the Carlin Conservation Camp. The Carlin Conservation Camp is classified as a medium-security facility.
This medium-security facility is home to over 150 inmates. The Carlin Conservation Camp only houses adult male inmates who are over the age of 18 years.
What many people do not know about the Carlin Conservation Camp that is also manages the Elko County Work Camp as well.
In the Carlin Conservation Camp, you will find four housing units. Within these housing units, inmates will be bunked with their fellow inmates.
The Carlin Conservation Camp is also responsible for the orientation and the intake process of ALL NEW inmates.
The Carlin Conservation Camp also comes equipped with two segregation units, which is frequently used to separate inmates that are security and safety concerns or just inmates who lash out and are extremely difficult to manage.
Carlin Conservation Camp also is a participant in the correctional industries. The correctional industries will give these inmates in the Carlin Conservation Camp the ability to work in recycling metal welding, manufacturing outdoor furniture, and metal fabrication.
Inmates will also have the chance to participate in vocational courses and to obtain their GED as well.
Carlin Conservation Camp — General Information
|Facility Name||Carlin Conservation Camp|
|Facility Type||State Prison|
|Address||124 Suzie Creek RoadPO Box 1490, Carlin, NV, 89822|
The Nevada Department of Correction has made it super easy for you to find information on any and all inmates that they have custody of.
You can search through the roster that they have made public. This roster does not only contain inmates in the Carlin Conservation Camp, but inmates throughout the other Illinois state facilities.
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Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports.
Sending a Mail/Care Package
Inmates do not have many privileges, but one privilege that they love is getting mail. They love receiving letters and photographs.
You can send these items to the Carlin Conservation Camp. Just make sure that everything has the inmate’s full name on it, so it does not get lost in the prison mail system at the facility as well.
JPay is a popular inmate money service that many of the facilities throughout the United States uses. The Carlin Conservation Camp also uses JPay. You will need to create an account to get started depositing money to an inmate in the Carlin Conservation Camp.
Phone calls is just one of the limited things inmates will be able to do when they are in the Carlin Conservation Camp. Each housing unit will be equipped with telephones where the inmate can make that important call home.
Inmates are encouraged to stay in constant contact with their loved ones back home as a part of their rehabilitation process.
Visitation in the Carlin Conservation Camp will be dependent on whether the inmate is in general population or in segregation.
If the inmate is in general population, these inmates can have visitors daily between the hours of 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.
You will be required to arrive no later than 4:30 pm to the Carlin Conservation Camp for visitation. If you arrive later than that, you will be denied visitation for that day.
You should note that general population inmates are permitted to only having six visits every calendar month. Two of these visits can happen on holidays or weekends. With these visits three visitors will be permitted to visit at a time. Visits can be up to 4 hours, if the visitation room is not overcrowded.
If the inmate is in segregation, these inmates are allowed visitors daily between the hours of 9 am to 2 pm.
You will be required to arrive no later than 1 pm to the Carlin Conservation Camp for visitation. If you arrive later than that, you will be denied visitation for that day.
You should note that segregation inmates are permitted 2 visits a month. These visits can last an hour and they can have two visitors as once.
Saturday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.