Pretrial Services

200 Lewis Ave
2ND Floor, Room #2159
Las Vegas, NV 89101

Contact Us:

Telephone: (702) 671-3153
Fax: (702) 455-5602

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 8:00am to 4:30pm
Closed on weekends and Holidays

Las Vegas Justice Court - Pretrial Services Division

PreTrial Services is a division of Las Vegas Justice Court and has two locations. The Clark County Detention Center location’s primary function is dedicated to interviewing and releasing through Bail or Own Recognizance. The Regional Justice Center’s locations main purpose is assisting with arrest warrants and supervision.

PreTrial Services operates under the presumption of release and innocence, following the National Association of Pretrial Service Agency standards, and applicable Nevada Revised Statutes, Administrative Orders. Pretrial Services adheres to the evidence based Nevada Pretrial Risk Assessment (NPRA) and practices that relate to the NPRA, and supervision with the goal of protecting public safety while minimizing the failure to appear and reoffend.

Pretrial Services Intensive Supervision

Pretrial Services Intensive Supervision Unit is located on the second (2nd) floor of the Regional Justice Center. When a person is released they are ordered to report on the date listed on the Release Agreement that was signed and given at the time of release from custody. 

An automated system will send reminders via text of upcoming check-in’s.  DO NOT rely solely on this system; it is only a helpful tool, and each individual assigned to the program must remember their obligation to the court. Special conditions may be ordered by the Judge. 

Intensive Supervision is being discontinued as an available monitoring option.  Instead, there will be a Pretrial Compliance Unit (PCU) that contains four (4) levels of pretrial compliance monitoring.  

Pretrial Compliance Unit (PCU)

The Pretrial Compliance Unit (PCU) will offer a compliance component for judges to monitor pretrial defendants to ensure compliance with conditions of release. Defendants will be required to report on a regular basis. Progress and compliance with conditions of release will be continually evaluated and reported to the court and parties by the PCU staff.

New enrollments are processed Monday – Friday, between 08:00 a.m. to 04:30 p.m. Required check-in days will be assigned at that time.  


Eligible defendants shall be released to the PCU as ordered by the judicial officer. The PCU staff shall then interview the defendant to obtain and document basic information, including the following:

  • Address where the offender will reside, if applicable.
  • Reference, including phone number and address. If an offender cannot provide a reference, the release can still be authorized. Every effort shall be made to collect reference information. If information cannot be provided, the PCU staff shall document that the information is not available.
  • In DV cases where there is a no contact order in place, the PCU staff shall confirm that the defendant is not returning to an address with the victim; this information shall be documented.
  • Defendants revoked from PCU on a previous case within the past year shall be reviewed by the supervisor or his/her designee for release approval.


All defendants accepted will be assigned a compliance level as ordered by a judicial official. The program offers tiered options with a continuum of intensity and restrictions based on the objective risk of the defendant. Compliance requirements for the offender are noted below. The PCU staff shall monitor compliance with these expectations:

Pretrial Compliance Unit: Presumptive Monitoring Levels
PCU Level Report to PCU within 48 hours After Each Court Date Check-in Check-ins
(App or in Person)
Level I Monthly: Scheduled AIR Check-in App
Level II Bi-Weekly: Random and Scheduled (1 of each per month) AIR Check-in App or AIR Mobile Phone
Level III Weekly: Random and Scheduled (2 of each per month) AIR Check-in App or AIR Mobile Phone
Level IV Weekly: Random and Scheduled (2 of each per month) AIR Mobile Phone + Air Connect, GPS monitoring with Bluetooth Technology
*Location can be determined at time of check-in

Corrisoft technology allows the PCU to ensure compliance for a broader population. An example of how the Corrisoft software can be utilized is outlined below.

The AIR Check-In App has the ability to do Check-Ins utilizing the following methods:

  • Scheduled Check-In –Compliance Officer or Corrisoft can load Scheduled Check-In requests to occur on a regular cadence collecting a GPS Point.
  • Random Check-In –Compliance Officer or Corrisoft can set up Random Check-In’s to occur over a period of time (for a week or a month), during specified hours (example: 6AM to 9PM) and any amount (example: 4 Check-In’s for a Month).

PCU will notify the court and parties of any non-compliance and will request a Show Cause hearing be scheduled. All adjusted compliance will take place in the form of a new compliance agreement outlining the adjusted program requirement.

Warrant Resolution Program

Individuals who have outstanding arrest warrants may schedule an appointment with Pretrial Services by calling (702)455-3462 to be interviewed and assessed.  A motion will be placed on calendar requesting that the warrant be resolved, however the warrant will remain active until quashed. These interviews are done in person and no arrests are made due to the active warrant.  In lieu, the person is placed on calendar for a judicial decision on the warrant. For arrest warrants ordered with an OR Upon arrest will need to turn themselves in at CCDC with a valid ID to be booked and released with a future court date. 

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