|News 3 Series – Rape Crisis: Hope, Help, Healing
News 3 tackles the brutal crime of sex assault in our series, "Rape Crisis: Help, Hope, Healing." With 20 percent of women reporting sex assault at some point in their lives, this is an alert for anyone who has a mother, sister, aunt, wife or daughter.
|Rape Crisis Center website
The Rape Crisis Center for children and adults was founded in 1975 to provide comprehensive services to sexual assault victims and their families.
|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.
The Safety Tat is a temporary tattoo that parents can share their contact information. If a family gets separated, a child can to show their tattoo to someone in charge.
|Automated Victim Information System live across Nevada
Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto announces that with the joining of the City of Henderson, the Victim Information Notification Everyday (VINE) service is available statewide.
|Cooling stations in Clark County
Due to excessive heat conditions in Southern Nevada, the SNRPC Regional Initiatives Offices is activating additional cooling stations in addition to our seasonal daytime shelter programs.
|State program challenges motorists to practice safe driving habits
Motorists can skip costly fines if they refrain from driving distracted and post their experience on social media or other means through the “IT CAN WAIT FOR 28 CHALLENGE,” which kicks off Monday, June 30. Video
|NICB Hot Spots
Since 1984, the National Insurance Crime Bureau has published annual reports — known today as Hot Spots — that examine vehicle theft at the national and local level. | Hot Spot Report 2013 (204.4KB)
|FBI report on Operation Cross Country VIII
Since its creation in 2003, the Innocence Lost National Initiative has resulted in the identification and recovery of approximately 3,600 children who have been sexually exploited.
|Voting in the June 10 primary election
If you are registered to vote in the Primary Election, Tuesday, June 10, you should have received a sample ballot from the Clark County Election Department.
If you cannot find your sample ballot, you can check the county’s election website to see if you are registered and to find your polling location.