Police Services' Office of Police Records and Property provides various services to the university community and the public. We are responsible for:

  • Records and property management
  • Crime reporting and tracking
  • Fingerprinting
  • Police report copies
  • Campus lost and found
  • Producing the Crime Log
  • Producing the Annual Campus Safety & Security Report

Services to the Public

Property Registration

Register your personal property with University Police Services. Property registration is free and open to the public. Laptops, iPads, bicycles, smartphones and any other items with serial numbers can be registered. Doing so can help you get lost or stolen property back as soon as possible.

Police Report Copies

If you are involved in an incident within our jurisdiction where a police report was taken, you can request a copy of the report. A copy can be obtained by requesting the report online or in person at University Police Services Headquarters. Please allow five business days after the incident before requesting a report copy. Remember to bring a state-issued I.D. when obtaining a copy in person.


Through University Police Services, fingerprinting services are provided to the public Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding holidays by appointment. There is no charge for members of the NSHE community. The cost for members of the general public is $10 per card, payable by cash, check, or money order. A state-issued picture I.D., such as a driver’s license, is required for this service. To learn more, call 702-895-5575. Fingerprinting services are available at Police Headquarters.

Found Property

As a service to students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the campus, the Property & Evidence Unit retains found property of financial value. If you have lost something on campus (ie. phone, keys, ID, wallet, computer, etc), call 702-895-5795 and leave a detailed message that includes a description of the item, when you lost it, your name, and a number where you can be reached. We will return your call if we have the item and set up an appointment with you to claim your item if recovered. Please bring a state-issued I.D. with you when you claim your property. Property is released by appointment only.

Tips and Tricks for Getting Your Lost Items Back
  • Use a unique keychain that is easily identifiable.
  • Make sure your address on your wallet I.D. is current so that we can contact you.
  • Have a friend send a text with your contact information to your missing phone.

Notary Services (Temporarily Unavailable)

Notary services are available free-of-charge to all students, faculty, and staff for NSHE-related businesses. Notary service is provided based on the availability of Police Services’ staff, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Please call 702-895-4909 to schedule an appointment.

Jeanne Clery Act

Annual Security & Fire Safety Report

The Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act of 1990, renamed "The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act," was enacted by Congress and signed into law in November 1990. In 1992, 1998, 2000, 2008, and most recently in 2013, Congress significantly amended the law, expanding the reporting criteria. The report summarizes public safety and law enforcement policies and highlights crime reporting procedures, crime prevention programs, and other services available to the campus community.

Crime Log

A crime log is also maintained by the department that contains a summary of the crimes reported to Police Services.

CSA Training

For those interested in becoming a Campus Security Authority, training and evaluation are provided online.