Las Vegas Police
A Metro Police officer has been killed in the line of duty during a rescue attempt on Mt. Charleston.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is dropping its controversial mobile radio system.
A public review of a deadly police shooting is scheduled for later this week.
A Nevada veteran of World War II is suing Metro Police in Las Vegas after he says they handcuffed him and slammed him to the ground in an apparent mix-up over a call to the city’s non-emergency 311 line.
Clark County commissioners have approved more money for Metro Police, but less than what Sheriff Doug Gillespie wanted.
City and county officials will decide next week whether to allocate more money for police officers.
Nevada gambling regulators and police are warning casinos to curb illegal activity at clubs and pool parties as summer kicks into full gear.
A conservative think tank is publicly posting the salaries of Las Vegas police employees, and blaming the police officers’ union for departmental budget problems.
A reality TV star’s photo has mistakenly been issued by Metro Police as a person of interest in last week’s deadly shooting on the Strip.
Las Vegas and Henderson police have taken steps to protect their officers as they help search for accused killer and former cop Christopher Dorner.