Privacy Notice:

Your privacy is very important to us. When you visit our website or if you submit an anonymous tip, the web server does not log the IP address from which you accessed the site unless it becomes necessary to prevent a denial of service due to an attack or abuse of the website.  The website does however use cookies to improve the website functionally and count page visits. 

If you choose to provide contact information at the time you submit a website tip, that information will only be available to Nevada Department of Public Safety and Partner Law Enforcement agenices and will not be disclosed to any third party unless required by law.  

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Use of this site ( signifies your agreement to the term and conditions listed below. Please read these terms carefully before using the site.

Keep Nevada Safe makes all reasonable efforts to update its web site and to provide accurate and timely information. However, you should be aware that certain information, by its nature, is historical and therefore dated. Information on this site is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to accuracy and timeliness of information.  You assume all risk in using the information.  In no event will Keep Nevada Safe , its Partners or its affiliates and/or its representatives be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages resulting from use of the information.  Additionally, by providing information or any reliance on any information from this site, you agree that Keep Nevada Safe, and/or its affiliates, including any law enforcement agency that acts upon the information, incurs no direct or indirect liability.  By providing information, or using information from this site, you assume all risk and release all other parties from any claims that may occur.

Important!!  Fugitives should always be considered armed and dangerous.  Never try to apprehend or confront a fugitive yourself.  Always contact law enforcement for assistance.    

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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.