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A service of the North Las Vegas Police Department
 Report steps:
 1.  Incident Type     
 2.  Reporting Party     
 3.  Victim Information     
 4.  Incident Information     
 5.  Identification     
 6.  Review     

  If this is an emergency,
dial 911

For non-emergencies,
call
702-633-1737
or
702-633-1017 x5110

This site allows you to file a police report with the North Las Vegas Police Department. After completing the necessary information you will receive an actual report id and you will be able to print the report for your records. A valid form of identification and an email address are required to complete the report.
This site will let you report any of the following types of incidents:
Burglary from a Structure
Unlawful entry to commit a felony or theft
Entering a shed and stealing a lawn mower. If a suspect is known, an estimate is needed.
Burglary from a Vehicle
Unlawful entry to commit a felony or theft FROM A VEHICLE
Vehicle broken into and item was stolen that was NOT attached to vehicle. If a suspect is known, an estimate is needed.
Destruction Private Property
Destruction Private Property
Private Property destroyed/damaged, vandalism. If a suspect is known, an estimate is needed.
Graffiti on Personal Property
Graffiti is any writing, drawing or symbol applied to any surface without the consent of the property owner or their agent
Buildings, Facilities, Vehicles, Stations, Shelters, Public telephone. If a suspect is known, an estimate is needed.
Grand Larceny over $650
Unlawful taking, carrying, riding away of property from the possession or constructive possession of a person WITHOUT FORCE
Property over $650 that is stolen, not lost. If a suspect is known, an estimate is needed.
Harassing Phone Calls
Unsolicited phone calls of an annoying, harassing or threatening nature. (Not telemarketers, research, or political callers)
Example: Immediate hang-ups, obscene language, etc.
Injury to a Vehicle/Vehicle Tampering
The act or an instance of tampering with a Motor vehicle.
Example: Keying, broken windows, or attempts to remove parts. If a suspect is known, an estimate is needed.
Lost Property
Missing or lost property
Example: Property lost, missing from home, left at a business, etc
Petit Larceny   (Limit $651)
Larceny up to $650
Example:Bicycle theft, etc. WITHOUT FORCE. If a suspect is known, an estimate is needed.
  
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UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY, I DECLARE THAT THIS REPORT AND THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS TRUE, CORRECT, AND COMPLETE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF. I FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE THAT ANY INTENTIONAL FALSE STATEMENT, MISSTATEMENT, OR INACCURACY MAY BE A VIOLATION OF NRS 199.210, OR OTHER STATUTES AND MAY RESULT IN CRIMINAL PROSECUTION.


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