The LVMPD We Care booklet is provided as additional information for local resources.
The first Tuesday of every month we open the doors to our substations so that our community can have an open forum of communication with the police officers who patrol their neighborhoods.
The academy gives our citizens first-hand information on how and why the Department operates, and examines the culture of police work and the organization.
La academia ofrece a nuestros ciudadanos información de primera mano respecto a cómo y por qué opera el Departamento, y examina la cultura del trabajo policial y la organización.
The Las Vegas Crime Free Multi-Housing Program's mission is to reduce police calls-for-service in apartment communities.
This two day program involving high school juniors and seniors encourages them to think about personal safety when alcohol is involved, making mature decisions and recognizing that their actions affect others.
This volunteer program gives young men and women ages 16 to 20 a unique hands-on chance to determine if they want to pursue a career in law enforcement.
The Honor Guard proudly serves the City of Las Vegas, the County of Clark, and the law enforcement community across the United States.
To empower and equip individuals who are exiting various arenas of our judicial system to help them successfully reenter and effectively function in mainstream society.
Meaningful Change is a resource website that provides information on where Las Vegas citizens can volunteer or donate to provide meaningful and lasting change to homeless individuals in our community.
MMAC is a resource to aid LVMPD in developing and understanding diversity and cultural awareness.
Neighborhood Watch is one of the oldest and most recognized programs to help neighborhoods in the fight against crime and other quality of life issues.
The Office of Community Engagement is built on four main principles of partnering with the community which are: Awareness, Education, Outreach & Engagement.
TIP of Southern Nevada is a non-profit organization committed to helping the citizens of Clark County in crisis.
The Metro Volunteer Program (MVP) is committed to providing the best police support services in Las Vegas. Volunteer today!
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department offers a wide variety of programs designed to get citizens involved in their community. Whether it's something as simple as a Neighborhood Watch program or something more hands-on, like the Citizens' Police Academy, the LVMPD encourages everyone to play a part in making Las Vegas safe for its citizens and visitors.