The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) is committed to fostering transparency, accountability, and reform within all
aspects of the Department, including alleged employee misconduct. This aligns with the LVMPD Mission: to provide exceptional police
services in partnership with the community.
In commitment to the community, LVMPD recognizes the importance of documenting, investigating, analyzing, and publicly reporting data
on all complaints and findings against Department members, any criminal misconduct by Department members, the Citizen Review Board
(CRB) process, and employee discipline. To maintain the public’s continued trust, LVMPD must maintain a high standard of ethical policing,
remaining fair, impartial, and consistent in upholding the law and providing a safe community for citizens and visitors.
The Internal Affairs Bureau (IAB) Accountability Report reflects the Department’s continued efforts to enhance overall police service. It is
intended to provide value by identifying emerging trends which may inform training development or revisions to policy and procedure.
It is important to note that this report will be published annually without data from the previous year. This is due to the length and complexity
of investigations, combined with the complication of receiving reports near the end of the year.
2019 Accountability Report
2018 Accountability Report