LVMPD Foundation’s Back-to-School Giveaways

LVMPD Foundation and the LVMPD Office of Community Engagement will provide 12,000 backpacks and school supplies to local students at these locations:

  • July 23, 10 am-1 pm: Windmill Library, 7060 W. Windmill Lane (backpack and vaccine)
  • July 26, 9 am-noon: Paradise Recreation Center, 4775 S. McLeod Drive (backpack and vaccine)
  • July 27, 10 am-1 pm: Harbor Island Apartments, 370 E. Harmon Ave. (backpack and vaccine)
  • July 29, 9 am: John R. Hummel Elementary School, 9800 Placid St. (backpack only — drive-up event)
  • July 29, 4-7 pm: Cashman Park, 3100 S. Warnock Road (backpack only)
  • July 31, 9 am-noon: Pirates Cove & Spring Oaks Corridor, Luna Way (backpack only)
  • July 31, 10 am-1 pm: Doolittle Community Center, 1950 N. J St. (backpack and vaccine)
  • Aug. 2: Reid Elementary School, 300 Michael Wendell Way, Searchlight (backpack only)
  • Aug. 2: William G. Bennet Elementary School, 2750 Needles Highway, Laughlin (backpack only)
  • Aug. 5, 4-7 pm: Walnut Recreation Center, 3075 N. Walnut Road (backpack and vaccine)
  • Aug. 6, 5-7 pm: Stupak Park, 300 W. Boston Ave. (backpack only)

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Join Us at Wonder Women of Metro Luncheon

The Wonder Women of Metro Luncheon celebrates and recognizes female leadership in law enforcement and in the community.  The Luncheon benefits the LVMPD Foundation and is a reminder to appreciate the Women of Metro for their dedication to public safety and our community.

The Event Chairwoman is Missy Young, chief information officer at Switch and the Keynote Speaker is Nikki Fargas, president of the Las Vegas Aces, with a special introduction by Robin Greenspun.

We will proudly present the first Crystal Sanchez Wonder Woman of Metro Award in honor of the military veteran and LVMPD Officer who passed away last year from cancer.

Positive Community-Police
Engagement Report

Exploring the Role of Police Foundations in Supporting Community-Police Initiatives.

After protests in cities across the country last summer were followed by overwhelmingly negative news reports of harmful and disturbing community-police conflicts, police foundation leaders began to discuss the need to promote positive examples of community-police engagement that take place daily throughout the nation.

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Protect The City. Invest in Safety.

Your contribution supports LVMPD units, crime-fighting efforts, and more than 100 community activities, programs, and initiatives. Funding to the LVMPD Foundation is also used to facilitate specialized training and equipment, along with year-round community safety events and anti-crime activities. Read more >


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