Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (HR218)
Complete information about the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (HR218) and forms are available through the Nevada Sheriffs and Chiefs Association. Once you have reviewed that packet and determined your eligibility; you may obtain a permit at either of our locations by appearing in person with the following items:
- A valid photo ID from the agency the applicant separated from, as well as a letter from that agency that states the applicant has honorably separated after serving the amount of time required by the HR218 law. (an aggregated period of 10 years or more)
- A valid driver’s license or Nevada identification card showing residency in Clark County. You must apply in your county of residence.
- A shooting qualification certificate signed by a certified firearms instructor.
- Renewal applications can be submitted by mail. Please include the original qualification certificate, and photocopies of your retirement ID and valid driver’s license. Be sure to include current phone and email contact information should any questions arise.