Hispanic Recruitment Council
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
Partners with the Community
Sheriff's Hispanic Recruitment Council
The LVMPD established the Sheriff's Hispanic Recruitment Council in response to an enormous rise in our community's Spanish speaking population. This increasing population base also brings the need to provide police services to a culturally diverse community. The Council was established in April 2001 with 8 members. Today, it comprises of about 100 members including police officers, Hispanic business leaders and local community leaders.
- To increase the Hispanic representation of employees at LVMPD to equal that of the community.
- To help prepare Hispanics for a career at LVMPD.
- To educate our Hispanic youth in careers with LVMPD.
To provide the best public safety and service in partnership with our community.
We invite you to attend our quarterly meetings held at LVMPD Headquarters, 400 South Martin Luther King Blvd., Building B - Room 200, Las Vegas, NV. If you have any questions, please contact LVMPD Recruiting at 1-702-828-5787 or 1-702-828-2712 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The council does not discriminate against any individual because of race, color, sex or religion and membership is open to all.