Township Constable's Office

Civil Law Enforcement Agency

Welcome to the Laughlin Township Constable’s Office
Jordan Ross, Constable

My staff and I are here to serve the public with efficiency, honesty and integrity. Most of your questions should be answered in the links to the left here in this website, but don’t hesitate to contact us if we may be of assistance.


Nevada constables are civil enforcement officers. The Laughlin Constable’s Office serves all justice courts and both the state and federal district courts throughout all of Clark County. Constable's work is divided into two primary kinds:

Civil Process

We provide service of civil process including letters of demand, summons and complaints, civil subpoenas, public notices, and eviction notices.

Civil Enforcement

We enforce court orders including wage and bank garnishments, writs of execution, attachment and possession, orders in aid of execution, eviction orders, civil bench warrants, cash keepers, till taps and other property seizures and conduct public auctions of both real and personal property.

In the rare instances that we make arrests, prisoners are remanded to the custody of the county sheriff.

Constable’s and their deputies are officers of the courts whose orders they enforce, including justice courts and state and federal district courts. Our jurisdiction, with certain specific exceptions, extends to all counties in the State of Nevada.

  • 55 Civic Way, Room 118, Laughlin NV 89029-1563

General Questions and Information – Service Orders – Constable Jordan Ross – FAX (702)-298-7482

Our Administrative Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 PM. We close for lunch from 1:00 P.M. to 2:00 P.M. We are closed on all Clark County Government approved holidays. Our Enforcement Services can be scheduled as needed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • The Fair Share program is aimed at ensuring residents within its jurisdiction register their vehicles as required by state law. 
  • New residents are required to obtain their driver’s license within 30 days and register their vehicle with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) at the same time, or within 60 days, whichever is sooner.
  • To register your vehicle, you must provide proof of insurance from a Nevada-licensed carrier at the time of registration.
  • There are exemptions for full time students, active duty military members and certain seasonal residents.
  • For questions regarding whether you must register your vehicle, call the Laughlin office of the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles at (702) 486-4368.
  • Violators may be reported to the Laughlin Constable Citizen Hotline at (702) 298-2207.


Code Enforcement in Laughlin is not carried out by this office or by the police. Clark County has a Code Enforcement Division with their own officers. That department is also responsible for Animal Control.


Complaint Procedure

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Either click on New Request or download the mobile app and then proceed to file your compliant.



Service of eviction notices, public notices, summons, letters of demand, petitions, subpoenas, or any other process in civil cases

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Enforcement of writs of execution, possession, attachment, garnishment, or restitution, summary evictions, civil bench warrants, public auctions, business seizures, cash keepers, till taps, orders in aid of execution, orders perfecting plaintiff’s writs of attachment or possession, or any other civil order of a court.

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Fair Share Enforcement, Abandoned Vehicle Enforcement, and Residential Parking Enforcement.

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N95 Respirators/Masks

Question How can you tell if a respirator is really an N95?

Answer It must be approved by a government agency called NIOSH. NIOSH stands for National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

The NIOSH approval number and approval label are key to identifying NIOSH-approved respirators. The NIOSH approval label can be found on or within the packaging of the respirator or sometimes on the respirator itself. The required labeling of NIOSH-approved N95 filtering face-piece respirators includes the NIOSH name, the approval number, filter designations, lot number, and model number to be printed on the respirator. You can verify that your respirator approvals are valid by checking the NIOSH Certified Equipment List (CEL) by visiting
  • Residents of Laughlin who need an inspection of their Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and cannot get the vehicle to the Laughlin DMV office may call our office at (702) 298-2311 and we will dispatch an officer to do the inspection and sign the required DMV form. 
  • You must have the necessary DMV form before you call us; we do not provide these forms.
  • This service is only available to residents of Laughlin.
  • At this time our office does not sign off equipment citations.

Residents of Laughlin may leave a message for the Constable on the Laughlin Constable Citizen Hotline. The Hotline is not answered; it is for voice mail messages only. The Hotline is for residents to report Fair Share violators, eviction complaints, complaints about Constable personnel, Animal Control, Social Services or any complaint, question or request involving federal, state or local government. Our office is limited in what it can control, but we will act as your Public Advocate to the best of our ability.


Nevada Guardianship Compliance Office – (833) 421-7711
Landlord Mold Control Hotline – (702) 759-0697
Environmental Protection Agency Mold Hotline – 1-(800) 438-4318
Poison Control Hotline 1-(800) 222-1222
Nevada Elder Protective Services – (702) 486-6930
Child Abuse Hotline – (702) 399-0081
Domestic Violence Hotline – (702) 646-4981
Protective Order Office – (702) 455-3400 Protection from stalking, harassment and violence
Crisis and Suicide Hotline – 1-(800) 992-5757
There are several veterans services organizations available to Laughlin military veterans

Nevada Department of Veterans Services
Veterans Advocacy and Support Office – Las Vegas
(702) 224-6025 or 791-9000, Ext. 46025, FAX (702) 224-6927
For information on veterans benefits and services, contact our Veterans Advocacy and Support Team (VAST) at the telephone numbers above or at the following location: 6900 North Pecos Road, Room 1C237, North Las Vegas NV 89086 (located at the New VA Hospital in North Las Vegas)

Nevada State Veterans Home – (702) 332-6784, FAX (702) 332-6762
For information on our high quality skilled nursing care with an emphasis on maintaining resident dignity in a home-like environment contact us at the numbers above or at the following location: 100 Veterans Memorial Drive, Boulder City NV 89005

Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery (702) 486-5920, FAX (702) 486-5923
For information regarding eligibility and other services offered at Nevada’s veterans cemeteries, maintaining an atmosphere of respect and dignity to those who have served contact us at the numbers above or at the following location: 1900 Veterans Memorial Drive, Boulder City NV 89005

Veterans Resource Centers of America (935) 444-1135, FAX 928-485-4133
Located next door to the Bullhead City office of The River Fund VRC helps low-income Veterans and their families obtain and keep sustainable permanent housing through case management and temporary financial assistance. Contact us at the numbers above or at the following location: 1343 Hancock Road, Bullhead City AZ 86442

U.S. Department of Veterans Services – Nevada links 

U.S. Department of Labor – Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS) – 

START HERE FOR SENIOR SERVICES – The Clark County Community Resources Center at 55 Civic Way, the same building as the Constable’s Office. The Center is a friendly, welcoming places where anyone can come for “One Stop”information and assistance regarding public benefit programs and other services available for seniors and people with disabilities of any age. This includes all the programs listed below.

Southern Nevada Senior Law Project – (702) 229-6596, FAX (702) 384-0314, TDY (702) 386-9108 

Nevada Senior Citizen Taxi Assistance Program – (702) 486-3581 

Nevada Elder Protective Services – (702) 486-6930 

  • Call this number to report Elder ABUSE.
Nevada Senior Advocates – (702) 486-3545 
  • Advocacy and assistance to frail older adults, who are 60 years of age or older, primarily home-bound and living in the community.
  • Resources and information to any older adult, their family and friends, and/or community and advocacy groups.
Nevada Community Service Options Program for the Elderly (COPE) – (702) 486-3545 
  • The Nevada Community Service Options Program for the Elderly (COPE) and the Nevada  Home and Community Based Waiver (HCBW) provide non-medical services to older persons to help them maintain independence in their own homes as an alternative to nursing home placement. 
Nevada Homemaker Program – (702) 486-3545 
  • The Nevada Homemaker Program is an essential community-based service based on the principle that in-home care can help preserve or improve the quality of the recipients’ lives and reduce the need for unnecessary out-of-home care.
Nevada Long Term Care Ombudsman Program (LTCOP) – (702) 486-3545 
  • The Nevada Long Term Care Ombudsman Program (LTCOP) exists to improve the quality of care in America’s nursing homes.
  • Headed by a State Long Term Care Ombudsman, the LTCOP receives, investigates and attempts to resolve complaints made by or on behalf of residents who reside in long term care facilities including homes for individual residential care, residential facilities for groups, and nursing homes.
  • Long Term Care Ombudsmen work on behalf of the resident and his or her wishes and desires. Services provided by the Ombudsman Program are strictly confidential.
Nevada Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) – (888) 838-7305 
  • The Nevada Senior Medicare Patrol educates and empowers Nevada’s seniors to prevent healthcare fraud, errors and abuse.  
  • Call SMP at (888) 838-7305 or email them at for questions, to report suspected fraud or to volunteer.
  • Visit the SMP website at to learn how to Protect, Detect & Report suspected Medicare/Medicaid fraud or abuse.
State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) – (702) 486-3478 
  • The State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) provides information, counseling and assistance to Medicare Beneficiaries in Nevada involving a statewide network of volunteers.
  • SHIP Volunteers offer FREE one-on-one assistance and counseling with respect to many problems seniors encounter regarding Medicare, supplemental health insurance and long-term care options.  
Personal Assistance Services (PAS) – (702) 486-3478 
  • The Nevada Aging and Disability Services Division’s Homemaker Program is an essential community-based service based on the principle that in-home care can help preserve or improve the quality of the recipients’ lives and reduce the need for unnecessary out-of-home care.
State Pharmacy Assistance Program (SPAP) – Senior Rx – 1-866-303-6323 Option 7 

  • Senior Rx provides assistance to seniors who are eligible for Part D with Medicare Part D expenses.
START HERE FOR SOCIAL SERVICES – The Clark County Community Resources Center is at 55 Civic Way, the same building as the Constable’s Office. The Center is a friendly, welcoming places where anyone can come for “One Stop”information and assistance regarding public benefit programs and other services available for people with financial difficulties or disabilities of any age. This includes all the programs listed below.

The River Fund – (702) 298-0611 
The River Fund is a local non-profit agency providing direct emergency and crisis services for individuals and families. You must call for an appointment before visiting the office.

Services include assistance with utilities, clothing, food, severe illness (some doctor’s visits, prescriptions or COBRA payments when an individual is unable to work due to illness), unexpected loss of life incidents, disaster relief in the form of temporary housing (due to the partial or total destruction of an family or individual’s dwelling due to disaster causing the residence to be uninhabitable), and other major hardships on a case-by-case basis.

Laughlin Family Services – A service of East Valley Family Services
(702) 845-0293 
Family Services offers the following services for NEVADA residents:
  • Application assistance and submittal for Nevada State Welfare (Food Assistance from SNAP, Power Bill Assistance from EAP and Family Assistance from TANF).
  • Medical assistance for financially struggling people from Medicaid and medical assistance to the aged, blind and disabled from MAABD.
  • Bus passes for employment and medical appointments
  • Birth certificate assistance
  • Nevada ID assistance
  • Work card assistance (proof of employment needed)
  • Project REACH (NV Energy assistance for seniors 60+ or active duty military)
  • Energy Share (Southwest gas assistance for anyone 18 years and older)
  • Senior Respite (Seniors 55+ caring for minor children)
  • Life Span Respite (Anyone age 18+ serving as a caregiver)
Laughlin Schedule – The 2nd & 4th Thursday of each month (the schedule may vary based on holidays) from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
An appointment is required – please call (702) 845-0293.
You may call the Constable’s Office at (702) 298-2311 to confirm the schedule.
For more information please call (702) 845-0293.

State Division of Welfare and Supportive Services (DWSS) 
(702) 486-4828 

DWSS works to provide public assistance benefits to all who qualify and reasonable support for children with absentee parents to help Nevadans achieve safe, stable, and healthy lives.

  • Application assistance and submittal for Nevada State Welfare (Food Assistance from SNAP, Power Bill Assistance from EAP and Family Assistance from TANF).
  • Medical assistance for financially struggling people from Medicaid and medical assistance to the aged, blind and disabled from MAABD.
  • Child support and child care services for certain eligible families as available.
Laughlin Schedule – Every other Tuesday from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
An appointment is not needed – please call the Constable’s Office to confirm the schedule.
For more information please call (702) 486-4828.

Other Services outside our building located here in Laughlin

Food Bank and Community Clothes Closet 
702-298-9220 240 East Laughlin Civic Drive
  • The Colorado River Food Bank is a non-profit organization providing food and clothing free to those in need. 
  • Call first to learn the current hours they are open.
  • Local residents may obtain a food box once month at the CRFB. 
  • The amount of food and specific items may vary based upon several factors such as the amount of food product on hand and the number of members in the household. 
  • They also provide quality used clothing which  is offered on a first-come, first-served basis to clients who simply take the items they need from the display racks in our lobby.  
  • There are also other food assistance programs.
  • Donations of food, clothing, and clean recyclables made be made here as well.
Laughlin Behavioral Health Center (LBHC)
(702) 298-5313 3650 South Pointe Circle, Suite 208, Laughlin NV 89029-0423
The Laughlin Behavioral Health Center provides non-crisis mental and behavioral health care services. Treatment services include outpatient counseling – either individually or in groups – for children, adolescents and adults.

Other Services outside Laughlin

211 – Dial this number 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for referrals to critical health, human and community resources.

Finding Nevada Medicaid Providers
Finding health care providers who will accept Medicaid from Nevada is difficult, all the more so here in the Tri-State Area. Many offices will accept Arizona Medicaid but not Nevada Medicaid. To obtain a current list of Nevada Medicaid providers go to:
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Confidential Address program for Victims of Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault
(888) 432-6189 or (775) 684-5707 FAX (775) 687-9017 
Are You Afraid Of Being Found By Your Abuser?
The program works by granting participants the use of a fictitious mailing address. When victims enter into business relationships with state and local agencies, the use of the fictitious address both maintains the victims’ confidentiality and relieves those agencies of the difficult and costly responsibilities of maintaining confidential records. The program greatly reduces the risk of being tracked by public records. Another benefit of this program is confidential voter registration records. Pursuant to NRS (Nevada Revised Statutes) 217.464, qualified electors who become participants in the Confidential Address Program may register to vote and vote by absent ballot without revealing the physical address of the participant. Additionally, participants in the Confidential Address Program are exempt from Jury Duty.
Presently there are hundreds of participants in CAP, who are using the benefits in the program to further secure the lives they are living outside of the environment they fled.
Nevada Confidential Address Program
4126 Technology Way, 3rd Floor
Carson City, NV 89706

Nevada Employment Security Division (ESD)
(702) 486-0350 or (702) 486-3387 
  • The Nevada Employment Security Division  provides comprehensive employment and training services to Nevada workers. 
  • The Division runs the state unemployment insurance program. 
  • Employment Service programs offer job placement and training opportunities that assist job seekers in returning to work through the state’s workforce investment system, Nevada JobConnect. 
  • Job seeker services include job referral, career guidance, and skill enhancement training.
Nevada Homemaker Program 
(702) 486-3545
  • The Nevada Homemaker Program is an essential community-based service based on the principle that in-home care can help preserve or improve the quality of the recipients’ lives and reduce the need for unnecessary out-of-home care.
  • Homemaker services enable chronically ill, disabled and aged persons to remain in their homes. 
Legal Aid
There are several legal aid organizations in Clark County. Please read this information carefully to make sure you contact the correct organization. If you're not sure, please feel free to contact our office at (702) 298-2311.

Nevada Legal Services 
(702) 386-0404, (866) 432-0404 FAX (702) 388-1641 TDD  (702) 386-1059 
Nevada Legal Services does not handle criminal matters outside of Tribal Courts.

Tenants’ Rights Center – Helping tenants with private landlord/tenant matters in Clark County
(702) 386-0404

Low Income Tax Payer Clinic Serves the entire state from the Las Vegas office – Toll Free (866) 432-0404

Government Benefit Denials
  • Food Stamps
  • Medicaid Security
  • Social Security
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy
  • Unemployment Benefits
  • Veteran’s Benefits
IRS Tax Disputes
  • Administrative Settlements
  • U.S. Tax Petitions
  • Tax Return Provisions/Preparations
Subsidized Housing and Mobile Home Parks
  • Termination of housing assistance
  • Denial of housing assistance
  • Evictions from all housing types
Native American
  • Assistance w/ Tribal Code Drafting
  • Jurisdictional Issues
  • Federal Trusts
  • Wills and Probate
  • Criminal Cases in Tribal Courts
  • Individual Civil Cases in Tribal Courts
Tenants’ Rights Center
  • Tenant Evictions
  • Deposit Returns
  • Damages Defense
  • Families Habitability Issues
Elder Law
  • Senior Helpline
  • Wills and Probate
  • Evictions
  • Garnishment
  • Medicare
  • Nursing Home Issues
Consumer Issues
  • Mortgage Foreclosure Counseling
  • Collection defense
  • Garnishment and attachment exemptions
  • Fair Debt Collection and Credit Reporting
Mortgage Foreclosures & Mediation
  • HUD Housing Counseling
  • Loan Modifications
  • Foreclosure Mediations
Family Law Matters
  • Guardianship matters
  • Children's Rights
  • In cooperation with other legal service providers and our Pro Bono Program, we provide only limited services in other family law matters.
HIV/AIDS Legal Problems

Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada 
(702) 386-1070, (800) 522-1070, TDD (702) 386-1059 

Provides free assistance for the following issues: bankruptcy, debt collection issues, child custody, consumer fraud, divorce, paternity, and other family law problems with priority for victims of domestic violence and temporary protection orders , disability law, guardianship, housing problems, various immigration matters, special education issues, real estate, small claims, and social security benefits. Must meet low-income eligibility requirements.

Clark County Family Law Self-Help Center 
Clark County Civil Law Self-Help Center 

We also offer FREE legal classes in divorce, custody, bankruptcy, small claims, guardianship, immigration, criminal record sealing, litigation and trial prep, and collection proof. Many of these classes have self help materials online and a few have online video versions as well. Additionally, some of our classes are taught in Spanish. Learn more from the link below: 

Southern Nevada Senior Law Project 
(702) 229-6596, FAX (702) 384-0314, TDY (702) 386-9108 

If you are a Clark County Resident, 60 years and older, and in need of legal assistance, you can contact the Southern Nevada Senior Law Program Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Center sees clients by appointment only. Call to schedule an appointment.

The Southern Nevada Senior Law Program provides seniors with the following Legal Services:
  • Estate Planning and Probate
  • Healthcare Directives
  • Real Property and Housing
  • Consumer Assistance
  • Elder Law Rights
  • Government Benefits and Public Entitlements
  • Community Outreach
Clark County Public Defender 
Adult Defendants – Phone (702) 455-4685 Fax (702) 455-5112
Juvenile Defendants – Phone (702) 455-5475 Fax (702) 455-6836
  • The Office of the Clark County Public Defender provides zealous representation for our clients accused of crimes. We practice in front of all of the Justice Courts in Clark County , before the 8th Judicial District Court and before the Nevada Supreme Court.
  • We are dedicated to aggressive, quality representation and,when appointed by the court provide a full range of criminal litigation service to our clients. You must meet low-income eligibility requirements.

Federal Public Defender Office – (702) 388-6577 FAX (702) 388-6261 – 
The federal public defender provides legal representation to persons accused of crimes in federal court. You must meet low-income eligibility requirements.