EUREKA COUNTY JAIL
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Sergeant Kenny Sanders

Mission Statement

Our mission is to serve our community by providing a safe, secure facility where people are treated with dignity and respect and learn to be accountable for their actions.



WRITING AN INMATE IN THE EUREKA COUNTY DETENTIONS FACILITY
Please include your first and last name and address in the return address section. Hand delivered letters will not be accepted. Address the post card to: (Inmate Name)
C/O Eureka County Detentions Facility
P.O. Box 673
Eureka, Nevada 89316
VISITING AREA EVACUATION
In the event of an emergency requiring evacuation, a deputy will lead visitors out of the building. Visitors must follow the direction of the deputy to ensure the safe and expeditious evacuation of the facility.





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Inmate Telephones




TELEPHONE USAGE

A collect call telephone is located in the Day Room. If you are restricted to your cell for disciplinary reasons, or assigned to Administrative or Disciplinary Segregation, you will be permitted access to the telephone during you're scheduled out of cell time. The use of cell phones or phone cards will NOT BE ALLOWED at anytime during your incarceration.

ALL TELEPHONE CALLS are subject to recording and monitoring.





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Inmate Property



PERSONAL PROPERTY / MONEY

Personal property that you come in with, including wallets, watches, jewelry, clothing and other items will be stored in the facility property room until your release. You can arrange to have some or all of this property released to a friend or family member at anytime upon written request.

At the time of booking, money which you may have in your possession will be deposited in an account established for you. Money may be brought to the Communications window for you by friends or relatives and will be deposited into your account. A receipt will be issued to you and to the person making the deposit.


Only the following currency and drafts will be accepted:
1.        U.S. Currency
2.        Certified and Cashier's check drawn on nationally recognized United States banks.
3.        Money Orders displaying typed or stamped dollar amounts.

** PERSONAL CHECKS AND CREDIT CARDS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED**

Personal undergarments maybe brought in by friends or relatives and accepted only in original factory sealed packages.



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Inmate Property for NDOC

Currently the Nevada Department of Corrections does not allow any property to be transferred with an inmate being sentenced to prison.
 


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Victim Information and Notification Everyday

(VINE)


This system allows crime victims to be immediately informed in the event an offender is transferred, released or escapes imprisonment. The system will also allow victims and other concerned citizens of Eureka County, to have around-the-clock access to custody information about offenders held in jails or prisons throughout the state.

Live operators are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist victims who need help obtaining offender information or registering for notification. To track the custody status of an offender or register to be notified by phone or e-mail in the event of a transfer, release, or escape. Users can contact Nevada VINE at (888)268-8463 or visit www.vinelink.com

Nevada VINE connects with the state's county jails, the Department of Corrections, Probation and Parole, and other law enforcement agencies. Nevada is one of 40 other states that have launched statewide VINE services.


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EUREKA COUNTY DETENTIONS FACILITY:
Facts and Information
Eureka County Detentions Facility openedApril 1, 1989Capacity of the Eureka County Detentions Facility20Total certified staff members5Facility DesignLinear indirect supervision


WEEKENDER INFORMATION
BAIL INFORMATION
MAIL AND MONEY INFORMATION
VISITATION
Mission Statement

Our mission is to serve our community by providing a safe, secure facility where people are treated with dignity and respect and learn to be accountable for their actions.
The Eureka County Detention Facility is staffed by 1 Sergeant and 2 Deputies who work varying shifts to accommodate the safety and security of the public, other employees and inmates housed within the facility.  The Detention staff is responsible for transporting inmates to and from court appearances, supervising inmate and weekender work projects and facility security.  Detention staff also act as Bailiff for the Eureka Justice Court and the 7th Judicial District Court. 

Victim Information and Notification Everyday

(VINE)

This system allows crime victims to be immediately informed in the event an offender is transferred, released or escapes imprisonment. The system will also allow victims and other concerned citizens of Eureka County, to have around-the-clock access to custody information about offenders held in jails or prisons throughout the state.

Live operators are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist victims who need help obtaining offender information or registering for notification. To track the custody status of an offender or register to be notified by phone or e-mail in the event of a transfer, release, or escape. Users can contact Nevada VINE at (888)268-8463 or visit www.vinelink.com
 
Nevada VINE connects with the state's county jails, the Department of Corrections, Probation and Parole, and other law enforcement agencies. Nevada is one of 40 other states that have launched statewide VINE services.

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Homeland Security Investigations

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), is committed to protecting the public and ensuring that the rights of victims are carefully observed.  HSI administers the Victim Notification Program which allows eligible victims and witnesses to obtain reliable and timely information regarding a criminal alien's release from custody.  However, victims and witnesses are required to register with the agency in order to receive notification of a criminal alien's release.  Please use the link below for further information regarding this program. 

www.ice.gov/victim-notification/

EUREKA COUNTY DETENTIONS FACILITY FACTS AND INFORMATION:
Opened: April 1, 1989
Capacity: 20
Certified Staff Members: 5
Facility design: Linear indirect supervision