Mesquite Police Department

  • Agency: Mesquite Police Department
  • Address: 695 Mayan Cir, Mesquite, 89027 NV
  • Chief: Troy Tanner (Chief of Police)
Phone: 702-346-5262
Fax: 702-346-5537
Email:

Mesquite Police Department is located at 695 Mayan Cir, Mesquite, 89027 NV. The Chief of Police of the department is Troy Tanner. The Mesquite Police Department phone number is 702-346-5262.

Mesquite Police Department News

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TRAFFIC ALERT: Traffic is being diverted off of the I15 NB at MM 122 exit then back on at the Sandhill NB 122 entrance. Police Volunteers are guiding the traffic. Please slow your roll and watch for pedestrians. Traffic is starting to back up on I15NB.

Mesquite Police Honor Local Veterans and Our Military

ALERT: There are counterfeit 100 dollar bills circulating in Mesquite. We will post a press release shortly.

We here at the Mesquite Police Department are thinking about Janice and her family today, as it is her birthday. We miss her dearly. She brought so much joy to our lives. Everyone who worked with her could not help smiling when she would greet them. Happy birthday Janice!

The Mesquite Police Department honors the veterans serving in our force: L to R: Detective Erickson, Officers Swanson and Smith. Not shown: Sgt Stepp and Officer Douglas.

Thank you to our local businesses who have made this event possible.

We have special activities for kids six and under..

This little guy is ready for Trunk or Treat tonight! The fun begins at 5:30 at the CasaBlanca/Oasis parking garage.

A family friendly and safe place for trick or treating on Halloween night. Local businesses will hand out treats for children 13 and under who are accompanied by an adult.

The Mesquite Police Department wants to give a shout-out to these awesome School Crossing Guards who work tirelessly every single school day to keep our children safe while crossing busy streets. Amedeo and Gayle Vitela work the Arrowhead & Mesquite Blvd intersection. Jeanie Magno works the Old Mill & Sandhill intersection. Please help us share these pictures of these awesome members of our community and give them the recognition they deserve!

Chief Tanner and the members of the Mesquite Police Department congratulate Denton Dorn on his receiving a Proclamation from Mayor Al Litman during tonight's City Council meeting. Denton was recognized for his contribution to the City of Mesquite through his work for the Athletics and Leisure Services. Denton has also been selected to represent Team Nevada in the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games. The Games will take place in Seattle, Washington in July of 2018.

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Thank you JL Bowler Elementary School for inviting us to the carnival!

TRAFFIC UPDATE FINAL: All lanes open to travel. Traffic flowing in both directions. TRAFFIC ALERT: I15sb mm 17 closed one lane for vehicle crash. BeaverDamFire & Arizona_DPS on scene. Traffic flowing slowly expect delays!

All officers with the Mesquite Police Department are currently shrouding their badges with a black band. This is to pay respect to LVMPD Officer Charleston Hartfield. Officer Hartfield was off duty at the time, but was one of the victims killed last week during the horrible attack which occurred in Las Vegas. A Mesquite resident, Lynda Bennett, wrote a poem about officers shrouding their badges. She shared it with the Mesquite Police Department yesterday and gave us permission to share it with you:

Mesquite Police Chief Troy Tanner Releases Statement Regarding Last Week’s Attack: It has been a week and a half since the horrific and evil attack on southern Nevada occurred, and the Mesquite Police Department is still hard at work assisting the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) with their investigation into the shooter and his residence here in Mesquite. I would like to express my condolences and let all of the victims and their loved ones know how sad and deeply impacted all of the members of the Mesquite Police Department and our community are. I feel strongly that the shooter’s repugnant actions will not impact our wonderful city. He was hardly a member of this community. Living here less than a year and it appears he contributed very little, if nothing while here. Mesquite is a popular place to raise a family, retire, and recreate. It will continue to be one of the most popular and beautiful places in Nevada. Mesquite city is still the second safest city in the state of Nevada. All of the police officers who work here love this community and are heavily involved in it. Because of this, our city is safe, and will continue to be so. We average short response times and a high solvability rate on crimes. I am giving every resource Sheriff Lombardo and his team requests for assistance; in order to help close this case. My hope is we can play a part in helping to bring justice and closure to the victims. This unusually large and complex investigation is being headed by LVMPD, and all official statements and press releases regarding the investigation must come through their office. I believe when this investigation is over and time goes on, our city will have grown stronger because those who live here will show more love and kindness to one another. As future crime statistics are released, our crime rates will continue to be one of the lowest not only in Nevada, but in the nation.

FINAL UPDATE: One NB lane now open. UPDATE: NHP will soon open up one NB lane to travel. UPDATE: NB 15 at mm 93 remains closed on account of a fatal accident at that location. UPDATE: One SB Lane is now open. NB15 and SB15 are closed between mm 89-92 due to a motor vehicle accident with injuries.

Our Mesquite Animal Shelter will be open for adoptions between 1pm and 3pm today. The shelter is located at 795 Hardy Way in Mesquite. Also, our shelter received a large donation of dog treats that they would like to share with the community during today’s open adoption hours. Stop by and pick up a free bag of dog treats for your pet. For the safety of our pets we do not allow outside animals into the shelter so please leave your animal at home when visiting our shelter.