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High Desert State Prison Inmate Search

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Nevada Department of Corrections

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Nevada Clark 4176

PHYSICAL ADDRESS

22010 Cold Creek Road
P.O. Box 650
Indian Springs, NV, 89070-0650

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22010 Cold Creek Road
P.O. Box 650
Indian Springs, NV, 89070-0650
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  1. Jewel Gillette Fri, Jul 01 2011 6:21 PM

    My son just entered the Nevada State Prison system, & tho sentenced, Thank God & Good Lordswilling's~ set to serve a whopping mo.sentence. Regardless, it really bites; because still in classification- clearing just above one month, he has no shower shoes, little (spent) funds on his books and writing me last, on a toilet paper roll wrapper 'he's miserably hanging' by intellectual boredom for lack of reading material, as well as, sufficient hygiene necessities-as in toilet paper, for the staff's sick, sad mentality concerning distribution for such to inmates. I am sending him writing paper, drawing paper and a couple pens this day, enveloped & ready for mailing (all new, sealed and acceptable form in materials.) Will he get them? Will the staff deliver to my poor, yet wonderfully rich for mercy in blessing Son? Most Sincere, Jewel Gillette

  2. Jewel Gillette Fri, Jul 01 2011 11:21 PM

    P.S. I need to obtain a Visitation Form to submit & schedule a visit @the High Desert State Prison in Indian Springs, Nevada, their website currently, voluntarily down. Any one have any advice as to how I might obtain one of these Golden Tickets? (Actuslly viewed the link for such here, today..! & feeling rather surprised, much the same as the m&m's exclaim, "They DO Exist!!!"

  3. Jewel Gillette Sat, Jul 02 2011 2:52 AM

    My son just entered the Nevada State Prison system, & tho sentenced, Thank God & Good Lordswilling's~ set to serve a whopping mo.sentence. Regardless, it really bites; because still in classification- clearing just above one month, he has no shower shoes, little (spent) funds on his books and writing me last, on a toilet paper roll wrapper 'he's miserably hanging' by intellectual boredom for lack of reading material, as well as, sufficient hygiene necessities-as in toilet paper, for the staff's sick, sad mentality concerning distribution for such to inmates. I am sending him writing paper, drawing paper and a couple pens this day, enveloped & ready for mailing (all new, sealed and acceptable form in materials.) Will he get them? Will the staff deliver to my poor, yet wonderfully rich for mercy in blessing Son? Most Sincere, Jewel Gillette

  4. Joyce Sat, Jul 02 2011 2:03 PM

    This website is down and if you want to visit you have to have your son send you a form that has to be filled, out then they do a investigation before you can visit.

  5. Penny Gilliam Sun, Nov 13 2011 2:10 PM

    I need to obtain a visitor application for high desert state prison in indian springs nevada.

  6. teresa olson Thu, Dec 15 2011 12:40 AM

    Iam currently trying to find out my sons expiration date. I need to know who I can contact to find this information.

  7. kristina Sat, Mar 24 2012 5:54 AM

    @jewel yea what joyce said is correct. You will need to write him and tell him he needs to send you the visiting request. As for the paper pens and envelopes. Im pretty sure they wont allow it. While my father was there everything that he couldnt buy with his books he needed to have sent in by the company. The shoes i ordered for him were from a special website. You would just need to put money on his books to have him buy it on his own through his books.

  8. Breanna Wed, Apr 04 2012 12:34 AM

    does anyone know about this one time visit,???i send my visit aplication form and,im waiting for the aproval,but my husband who is in hdsp said that I can request this one time visit,he is in the "fish tank" still.

  9. vickie luna Mon, Oct 01 2012 9:12 PM

    I need to know if i need to send in a form to get a aproval to visit my husband back ground check on me and were do i get the form to fill out and send back to you ? thank you

  10. Luis Fri, Nov 16 2012 11:44 AM

    Hello I need help from someone. I am trying to reach two different individuals currently in high desert problem is i got deported to my home country in costa rica and have no way to send mail from here would take almost 3 months to actually get there anyone can help me if i send it to them through email and they send through mail?

  11. ... Sat, Dec 15 2012 10:40 AM

    luis, you can go to jpay.com and do it that way. through jpay you can send money,emails and if there are allowed you can get the web cam visits, idk if you need to be approved or what but that website may be helpful

  12. Jeffrey Shurtleff Tue, Jan 01 2013 7:19 PM

    To send shoes to an inmate, what has replaced NEVADAPACKAGES, or does that still work? How do I send socks, shoes, a beanie? Thanks, Jeffrey

  13. delia Wed, Jan 23 2013 12:03 PM

    Jeffrey, This is the site you need to go to. this is for inmates in ndoc. i believe they have several different states that they assist.... https://www.accesscatalog.com/shop/index.htm

  14. maggie Wed, Mar 06 2013 3:49 AM

    I cant find the inmate im looking for, for the life of me

  15. Jenni Thu, Mar 07 2013 2:14 AM

    Hello just to let you know.. My son told me his shoes are falling apart.. I had ordered him a checker game from the nevada package co..so he would have something out of boredom.. I still have not been able to get him a book... I went back on the website to get him some hoes and they told me you can only order quarterly from them!!! I am so upset ... I cannot believe they dont supply for then some shower shoes... if they try to order shoes etc.. it takes weeks or longer... Ive never had such rude people answer the phone as well..... they give you no answer and transfer you to a extension where no one answers... I am upset and frustrated with the place... anyone else have some suggestions how to get him shoes!!!

  16. shellie Sun, Mar 31 2013 9:42 PM

    Anybody going to high desert this Tuesday the 4th of April. Booked a visit for 12:00 if you drive i will split gas. Email me at inslippers@yahoo, thanks

  17. shellie Sun, Mar 31 2013 9:50 PM

    Oops CORRECTION the 2nd of April. Inslippers@yahoo

  18. shellie Sun, Mar 31 2013 9:52 PM

    Anybody going to high desert this Tuesday the 4th of April. Booked a visit for 12:00 if you drive i will split gas. Email me at inslippers@yahoo, thanks

  19. Lena Fri, May 03 2013 7:33 PM

    Can someone tell me about the "levels" there is at the prison and the difference between all of them? Thank you!

  20. vera Tue, Jul 16 2013 4:24 PM

    my son is in the fish tank do they get visits in there does anyone know, and just for people that have sons in there im trying hard to cope if anyone wants to talk please email me veramartin50@hotmail.com my son has been in prison before for 4 years but this time its kiling me they gave him an 8 to 20 on a small habitual for stolen property bull crap if ya ask me thanks guys lets just stand by our boys

  21. Kim K Mon, Sep 30 2013 1:29 PM

    Is there a site like this for SMILEY? Trying to learn as much as I can for my Daughter who is there. Thanks

  22. Carmen Tue, Oct 08 2013 1:47 PM

    @Vera-Your latter statement, "let's just stand by our boys." It would have been nice had you had the same attitude when my family entrusted our pitbull Brutus to you. He was either thrown out of a vehicle or hit by one because you were too negligent to care for him like you promised. Thank goodness he was microchipped and California Animal Control contacted me. You have no business owning pets, and having a son in jail now must say something about your character as a mother.

  23. sharon mathis Tue, Apr 15 2014 9:33 AM

    I was wondering if the address at the top of page was how I could get an immate a letter

  24. wolfy Mon, Apr 28 2014 8:04 PM

    My son is in HDSP and I was wondering how to find out about new charges that may occur due to a write-up.

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