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Carlin Conservation Camp

124 Suzie Creek Road
P.O. Box 1490
Carlin, Nevada 89822
PHONE: (775) 754-6307

Administrative Staff:
Robert LeGrand, Warden
William Sandie, Associate Warden
Quentin Byrne, Associate Warden
Lt. Matthew Stevens, Camp Manager

Historical:

Located
in Elko County, the Carlin Conservation Camp was constructed in 1987.
The Carlin Conservation Camp houses 150 minimum custody inmates for the
state of Nevada. Inmates at the Carlin Conservation Camp work for the
Nevada Division of Forestry completing conservation projects, roadside
clean up, local area assistance and fire fighting during the fire
season.

Staffing:

The Carlin Conservation Camp employs 13 state workers:

  • 1 Correctional Lieutenant
  • 1 Correctional Sergeant
  • 1 Senior Correctional Officer
  • 1 Correctional Caseworker
  • 8 Correctional Officers
  • 1 Storekeeper
  • Capacity:

    The Carlin Conservation Camp houses 150 minimum custody inmates.

    Visiting:

    General Population Saturday and Sunday - 8:00AM to 11:00AM

  • Phone #: (775) 754-6307, Ask for visiting
  • Visitors must call and be approved 24 hours in advance.
  • Programs: Vocational Training, Educational Opportunities, and Treatment Services

    Carlin
    Camp coordinates with the Nevada Division of Forestry (NDF) in training
    of inmates to work on fire fighting crews during fire season. These
    crews do community clean up and snow removal services during the off
    season. Carlin also 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, and high school diploma.