A safe community requires the joint effort of all community members. The more observant and involved individuals are in their daily lives, the less likely crime will occur undetected. If we watch and report suspicious activity, we reduce the areas where criminals feel comfortable committing crimes resulting in safer towns and cities across the nation.

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Nevada Department of Public Safety
Emergency: Call 911
Non-Emergency Dispatch: 775-687-0400
General Information: 775-687-0450
Call in a Tip: 844-733-7248 
Questions? Email: tip@keepnevadasafe.org

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What is suspicious activity?

Suspicious activity is any observed behavior that could indicate a crime is being committed, or someone is planning to commit a crime.

Examples include:

  • Unusual activity that seems out of place, a person in an area they don’t belong, a vehicle in an odd location, unattended backpacks or packages, open doors/windows that are normally locked, etc.
  • Eliciting information: Someone asking unusual questions beyond mere curiosity about particular aspects of a building or facility, security, or operations.
  • Observation / surveillance: unusual attention to, people, facilities or buildings beyond a casual or professional interest.