In Nevada, the Safe Haven Infant Protection Act
allows an individual to surrender an infant with no fear of arrest or prosecution. No names or records are required. The parents can bring a baby less than 30 days old to any hospital, and urgent care facility, an occupied fire or police station or they can call 911 to have an ambulance dispatched to the location. The appropriate government child protection agency will immediately take the newborn into custody and place the infant in a foster or pre-adoptive home.