1200 Prison Rd.
Lovelock, Nevada 89419
PHONE: (775) 688-1777
Robert LeGrand, Warden
William Sandie, Associate Warden
Quentin Byrne, Associate Warden
Located in Pershing County, Lovelock Correctional Center, the department's seventh major institution, was constructed and opened in two phases. The first phase opened in August 1995 with two 168 cell housing units. Each 80 square foot cell has the capacity to house two inmates. Construction on phase two began shortly after and two additional 168 cell units and two 84 cell units were added to the institution, bringing the budgeted capacity to 1680 offenders.
In addition to our staff of 213 Protective Service and Programs staff, Lovelock Correctional Center employs a number of professional and skilled staff:
14 skilled maintenance personnel
5 warehouse employees
5 Correctional Cooks
1 Laundry/Dry Cleaning Specialist
1 Recreation Specialist
Lovelock houses mostly medium custody general population inmates, some close custody protective segregation inmates along with a separate unit housing a small number of minimum custody inmates. The total capacity for Lovelock is approximately 1680 inmates.
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY VISITS REQUIRE 24 HOUR ADVANCE NOTICE
Special visits must be approved by the AW and will be non-contact, behind glass only.
THURSDAY NO VISITING
General Population, Minimum Custody:
Friday thru Sunday 7:30 am to 11:30 am
Friday thru Sunday 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Administrative & Disciplinary Segregation (NON-CONTACT):
Tuesday 8:00 am to 10:00 am or 1:00 am to 3:00 pm (2 Hours Only)
REQUIRES 24 HOURS ADVANCE NOTICE
Special Housing Unit (CONTACT):
Tuesday and Wednesday 3:15 pm to 9:00 pm
Programs: Vocational Training, Educational Opportunities, and Treatment Services
Lovelock Correctional Center offers a wide range of programs for all of the inmate population and an opportunity to enroll in educational classes in pursuit of a GED, high school diploma or college degrees. Lovelock’s Legislative approved program, Structured Living Program (SLP) is one of the most successful. SLP initially started as a 10 week military-style institutional orientation program. With the popularity among inmates to enroll, this program quickly expanded to a six (6) month regimen with opportunities for inmates to earn Merit Credits, attend classes, programs, education, attain jobs and participate in physical fitness training. Lovelock has begun offering inmates some vocational training in areas of dry cleaning, culinary food service, and automotive maintenance and repair. Lovelock also has its own medical and mental health staff serving the inmate population.
The Prison Industries building complex is comprised of two buildings each containing two rooms of 10,000 square feet. The entire Prison Industries complex is 40,000 square feet. Currently the Garment Factory utilizes one building or 20,000 square feet and the other building is being utilized by the Mattress Factory.