|LVMPD Area Commands
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has provided an online direct link to the substation that serves your area so that you can file a service request, report abandoned or disabled vehicles, comment on its service or contact the department with any of your non-emergency needs.
|Form for reporting a no-injury accident in Las Vegas
The Metropolitain Police Department has changed its policy on property-damage-only accidents, and there is a new form to fill out to report them via the DMV. | DMV Traffic Accident Report (55.0KB)
|City of Las Vegas sand bag locations
Sandbags are available for free along with free sand outside the City of Las Vegas East and West service centers.
|February is teen dating violence awareness month
Young people across the country have been organizing for years to increase awareness about dating abuse. With adult allies, in 2005 they successfully saw the issue highlighted in the Violence Against Women Act which supported a week of awareness activities. Video
|Remembrance Rescue Project
The Remembrance Rescue Project is operated and hosted by fire departments across the country that volunteer their time to coordinate educational sessions for schools, community events and memorials.
|First Tuesday to share ways to fight rising property crime
With the increase in residential robberies this year and the rise in registered handguns, LVMPD Area Commands will discuss “How to Protect Your Home and Those You Love” during First Tuesday events.
|Local Red Cross launches 'Fire Hurts' fundraising campaign
The American Red Cross and the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada have partnered up to raise money to help those they already help through a campaign called “Fire Hurts.” Video
|Zero Teen Fatalities traffic safety message contest
The Nevada Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety is sponsoring a Zero Teen Fatalities‘ Be A Zero: Zero Teen Fatalities traffic safety message contest for high school students statewide.
|2013 ‘Fire Hurts … Red Cross Helps’ Campaign
The “Fire Hurts … Red Cross Helps” campaign is a special fundraising initiative of the local American Red Cross supported by the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada to provide assistance to local families who have lost their homes and belongings to fire.
|New Year's Eve: Need to Know
In an effort to increase the safety of those celebrating New Year’s Eve throughout Las Vegas, LVMPD will once again be strictly enforcing various city and county ordinances throughout the holiday period.