Laughlin Constable Jordan Ross

Because the Right to Representation Matters

Why I Serve as your Constable

I've been your constable for over twelve years now and I want to continue to provide the same personal service that I have from day one. With your continued support, I can do just that.

For over a decade I've been the chief civil enforcement officer for the Township of Laughlin. I'm responsible for such things as subpoenas, evictions, summons, and bank and wage garnishments. My job is one that requires both efficiency and good management skills.

But it also requires compassion and respect for the dignity of those of our fellow citizens who have fallen on difficult times and the ability to recognize when referral to the appropriate community agencies is needed. For years I have built on this principle to create a portal for social services and government representation for any resident in need.

I've been actively involved in county, state and national politics, and I have advocated for genuine lasting change in how government works and interacts with its citizens. I've been happily married to my lovely wife Linda since 1984 and I'm the father of two grown children, Gina and Brandon, and the grandfather of Emma.

What is a Constable?

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. We provide service of summons and complaints, civil subpoenas, public notices, and eviction notices, as well as enforcing 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.
If you would like to help my continuing goals to bring a wide variety of social and other services to Laughlin, then e-mail me at or call me at (702) 601-4518.

We have volunteer opportunities both in our office and in the field. Uniforms are provided at no cost.

Personal Endorsements

I'm sincerely honored that the following people stepped up to publicly endorse me in the last election as your Constable.

Herm Walker, Esq., Member, Laughlin Town Advisory Board
Kathleen Hoss, Member, Laughlin Town Advisory Board
Fred Doten, Member, Laughlin Town Advisory Board
Pamela Walker, Member, Laughlin Town Advisory Board
Kathy Ochs, Member, Laughlin Town Advisory Board
Pastor Doug Westly, Living Water Outreach Ministry
Roger Reimer, Life Member of the American Legion and VFW
Kathleen Whitehead, Editor, Laughlin Inquiring Minds
Terri Ursini, Laughlin Postmaster, 1990-2010
Steve Collins, Laughlin Resident and Community Volunteer
C.W. "Chuck" Marvin, Retired Bail Bond Broker and Community Volunteer

All non-organizational endorsements are the sole opinion of the individuals listed here in their personal capacities and do not represent the opinion or endorsement of the organizations, government agencies, commissions, or boards they may belong to. 

Organizational Endorsements

I also want to graciously thank the following organizations that have the confidence in my public missions and granted the endorsement of their memberships:

  • International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Local # 720
  • National Republican Chamber of Commerce
  • Nevada First Agenda Association
Memberships and Offices

National Constables and Marshals Association
Member of the Board of Trustees and Parliamentarian

Silver State Law Enforcement Academy
Executive Director

Laughlin Elks Lodge 2872

Laughlin Chamber of Commerce

Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys
  • 55 Civic Way, Room 118, Laughlin NV 89029-1563

FAX (702) 906-0195