Tonopah Conservation Camp Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: November 22, 2020
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775-478-5120
100 Conservation RoadPO Box 8045, Tonopah, NV, 89049

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Tonopah Conservation Camp is one of Nevada’s most well-known and oldest prisons. It housed male and female inmates until women were moved to a separate prison.

Tonopah Conservation Camp is walled and contains four large cell blocks, one maximum-security block, a Central Health Care Service Building, a medium security dorm and a minimum-security firehouse. The prison contains Nevada’s only gas chamber and death row for male inmates.

There are a variety of jobs, programs, and inpatient/outpatient mental health services. Tonopah Conservation Camp also contracts a local organization to offer family liaison services, helping families and inmates find healthy ways to reintegrate the inmate back into daily life after release.

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Tonopah Conservation Camp Prison Information

Jail Name Tonopah Conservation Camp
Jail Type State Prison
Location 100 Conservation RoadPO Box 8045, Tonopah, NV, 89049
Contact Numbers 775-478-5120
City Tonopah
Postal Code 89049
State Nevada
County Nye County
Jail Webpage website

Inmate Resources for Family and Friends

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Inmate Search

The Nevada Department of Corrections hosts an online inmate locator database as a service to those wishing to locate an inmate. It should not be relied upon for totally accurate information.

Inmates can be searched for using their inmate number, which yields the most accurate results. Alternatively, inmates can be located by their last name. For narrower results, enter the inmate’s first and/or middle name. For all names, partial spellings will yield results.

Sending a Mail

Inmatescan be sent mail by anyone, although all incoming letters will be opened and inspected for contraband. Contraband can include anything besides up to ten plain pieces of paper and up to ten 8x10 inch photos. Send mail to:

Inmate’s full name and number#
Housing Unit
Tonopah Conservation Camp
100 Conservation RoadPO Box 8045, Tonopah, NV, 89049

An inmate’s number# can be found using the inmate locator or by calling the Public Information Officer of the inmate’s institution at 775-478-5120.

Inmates can be sent packages quarterly through third-party vendors. There are a variety of different companies to choose from, some specializing in items by category such as shoes, vitamins or music. Others offer more general options such as packaged foods, clothing, etc.

Sending Money

There are several ways to send money to an inmate. One can use a lockbox, which has no service fee and is the best way to send a money order, cashiers check or personal check. Another option is an electronic funds transfer (EFT), which is a paid service but also is the fastest way to send money (1-3 days.) Three EFT companies are used: GTL, JPay, and Keefe.

Finally, one can mail checks or money orders up to $999.99, but it could take up to one month for the funds to reach the inmate. Mail checks to:

Inmate’s Name
Housing Unit
Tonopah Conservation Camp
100 Conservation RoadPO Box 8045, Tonopah, NV, 89049

Make checks payable to Nevada Department of Corrections. Include the inmate’s name and Department of Corrections number on the check. Also, include the sender’s name and address on the face of the check or money order.

Phone Calls

While no one can call an inmate on the telephone, inmates can make outgoing phone calls. The Nevada Department of Corrections utilizes the GTL system for phone calls, which allows family and friends to create prepaid accounts from which funds for the call will be taken for any received call. Inmates must have money to place a call. Rates vary between $.0.096/minute for local prepaid calls to $0.135/minute for collect calls. Calls are monitored.

Visiting Rules

Visitation at is encouraged, as it promotes healthier relationships between inmates and family/friends, as well as is beneficial for the reentry process. Fully prepare yourself before visiting by reading the visitation guidelines. These give all the information needed, anywhere from how to behave and dress to what you can bring. Visitation rules vary for prisoners based on behavior and security level, which can determine who can visit, for how long and if visits should be scheduled ahead of time.

Adult visitors must apply before visiting an inmate in Tonopah Conservation Camp. Applications can be sent from the inmate to you. They will contain a questionnaire, which should be completed fully. Once you are approved, the inmate will be notified and they should notify you. Applications should be mailed back to the sergeant or lieutenant at:

Tonopah Conservation Camp
100 Conservation RoadPO Box 8045, Tonopah, NV, 89049

Most inmates have visitation rights, although there are different types of visits. Some are contact where the inmate can be with visitors in person. Others might be non-contact with a partition between people.

There are strict clothing requirements for visitors at Tonopah Conservation Camp. The most important rule of thumb is to dress modestly and plainly, with no transparent or tight clothing. Clothing should not depict threatening or crude language or images. Avoid dressing in anything that might resemble prison clothing, including orange, jumpsuits, army green, camouflage, or blue denim pants. Do not wear hats or gloves inside visitation.

Visitation Hours

Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Holiday

How Often Can I Visit?

Frequency of visits depends on an inmate’s security level, institution, and behavior, among other factors. Check with Tonopah Conservation Camp administration at 775-478-5120 for more information.

Directions

Refer the map below to find the driving directions.