|Las Vegas City Police Community Outreach Program|
|Written by Administrator|
|Tuesday, 04 May 2010 12:39|
As a part of LVPD's Community Outreach Program,
Chief Montano and Commander Gutierrez demonstrate tactical maneuvers to
members of the NMHU girl's soccer team.
Commander Allingham and McGruff the Crime Dog providing community outreach to local area schools in October 2011
Officers Monica Vigil and Officer Jacob Herron provided community outreach at a local daycare during the month of April.
Las Vegas City Police Community Outreach Program is a short-term, prevention-oriented, school-based group intervention that brings together community police officers with children and young adults to provide weekly sessions for daycare, elementary, middle school and high school students. The Las Vegas City Police Community Outreach was created to promote a healthy working and learning relationship between Las Vegas City Police Department and the residents of the City of Las Vegas.
The LVPD Community Outreach Program has grown to encompass the following:
The goal of the Las Vegas City Police Community Outreach Program is to increase the number of positive contacts between officers and the community by proactively addressing immediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues.
|Last Updated on Friday, 06 June 2014 13:26|