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This police sergeant says she’s touched by the support the UNLV community is showing its campus police force during these unusual times.
University Police Services is ramping up efforts to keep UNLV's people and property safe.
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UNLV’s new assistant police chief discusses his time in the Marine Corps, his 25-year public safety career, and the winter “anthrax” he endured in Northern Nevada.
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The Department of Justice today announced $750,000 in funding was awarded to three law enforcement agencies in Nevada, as part of the Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services’ COPS Hiring Program (CHP). The Attorney General announced funding awards to 596 law enforcement agencies across the nation, which allows those agencies to hire 2,732 additional full-time law enforcement professionals. The awards are inclusive of the $51 million announced in May as part of Operation Relentless Pursuit.
The drive-thru COVID-19 testing site at the Orleans is closing and testing will be shifted to UNLV.
Drive-thru COVID-19 testing at the Orleans will move to UNLV’s Tropicana Avenue parking garage next to the Thomas & Mack Center starting Wednesday, Clark County officials said.
Two Nevada universities are reporting an uptick of sexual, domestic, and dating violence over the past two years.
More UNLV students reported crimes of rape and sexual or domestic violence, and university officials attribute the sudden spike to a greater willingness of victims to report crimes.
Two more restaurants have been announced for The You at University Gateway, a new housing and retail complex on Maryland Parkway across from UNLV.