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Corrections Explorers meet inside the Clark County Detention Center, a facility that houses over 3,000 inmates and sees more than 70,000 bookings per year. Among many other things, Explorers learn how to work access controls like interior and exterior doors. They are also trained on how to use the jail's camera system. Explorers see how to watch over inmates to ensure safety within the jail.

 

During post observations, CCDC Explorers work side-by-side with Corrections Officers in various areas in the facility including the intake and release area, and prisoner modules.

 

CCDC Explorers learn:

Booking and Intake procedures

Control Room operations

Property Room procedures

House Arrest supervision

Inmate Programs

Field Services Office/Holding

Commissary functions

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Corrections Explorers meet inside the Clark County Detention Center, a facility that houses over 3,000 inmates and sees more than 70,000 bookings per year. Among many other things, Explorers learn how to work access controls like interior and exterior doors. They are also trained on how to use the jail’s camera system.  Explorers see how to watch over inmates to ensure safety within the jail. 

During post observations, CCDC Explorers work side-by-side with Corrections Officers in various areas in the facility including the intake and release area, and prisoner modules.

CCDC Explorers learn:

            Booking and Intake procedures

Control Room operations

Property Room procedures

House Arrest supervision

Inmate Programs

Field Services Office/Holding

Commissary functions

Fingerprinting

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About the Explorer Program

The LVMPD Explorer Program exposes young adults to a career in law enforcement by matching their interests in four specific areas: Crime Scene Investigation, Corrections, Dispatch, and Police. In addition to the training they receive, the LVMPD Explorer Program also aims to develop and refine qualities such as maturity, responsibility, character, civic duty, and personal fitness.

About LVMPD

The LVMPD wants the community it serves to have pride in its police department. It is our goal to proactively police our neighborhoods to prevent crime. We are committed to building strong partnerships with the community to guide us and communicate effectively to ensure the public’s trust. Our dedication to fighting crime and improving the quality of life in Las Vegas includes maintaining the safety of the millions of visitors that Las Vegas hosts each year. - Sheriff Joseph Lombardo

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