Winnemucca Police Department is located at 500 E Winnemucca Blvd, Winnemucca, 89445 NV. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Davidson. The Winnemucca Police Department phone number is (775) 623-6341.
November 5, 2017 News Release Update: SUSPECT IS IN CUSTODY Please refer to the following link from Humboldt County Sheriff's Office: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1781736035179078&id=261303687222328 November 4, 2017 Winnemucca Police Department News Release: Earlier today a female subject contacted the Police Department regarding a situation of a possible kidnapping and sexual assault. It was learned the situation was believed to have occurred within the County. The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office is investigating the information provided by the female subject. If anyone has any information regarding this incident, please contact the Sheriff's Office at 775-623-6429. Winnemucca Police Department... Dedicated to your Safety!!
CITY OF WINNEMUCCA UPDATE: Water service has been restored to the affected area of First Street to Winnemucca Boulevard.
CITY OF WINNEMUCCA ANNOUNCEMENT: A main water line has broken in the area of First Street to Winnemucca Boulevard. There will be no water service in that area for an unknown amount of time. If you have questions concerning this issue, contact the Water Department at City Hall at 775-623-6338.
October 31st, 2017 was a wearisome day for our community as tragedy struck the close-knit mining family and an explosion shook West Winnemucca Boulevard, injuring 1. 💙Out heartfelt condolences to all of the families affected. May you be comforted by the outpouring of support surrounding you.💙 Thank you to all of the 1st responders, HCSO, NHP, DPS, LCSO, HGH EMS, LANDER EMS, Marigold Mine Rescue, Rural Fire and WPD in these critical events for the rapid response and the dedication to the well-being for the members of this community.
🎃👻🎃HALLOWEEN 2017🎃👻🎃 Official Trick-or-Treat hours for the city of Winnemucca are 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ***please share Don't forget to come see us at the Candy Command Center located in Water Canyon Estates! Have a Safe and Happy Halloween!!!
Halloween Safety Tips from the Winnemucca Police Department: 🎃 Walk Safely 🎃 Cross the Street at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks. 🎃 Always walk on the sidewalks or paths. If there are no sidewalks, walk facing traffic as far to the left as possible. Children should walk in direct routes with the fewest street crossing. 🎃 Keep Costumes Creative and Safe 🎃 Be Seen! 🎃 Decorate costumes and bags with reflective tape and sticker and, if possible, chose light colors. 🎃 Have kids carry glow sticks or flashlights to help them see and be seen by drivers 🎃 Trick or Treat with an Adult 🎃 Children under the age of 12 should not be alone at night without adult supervision. If kids are mature enough to be without supervision, they should stick to familiar areas that are well lit and trick-or-treat in groups. 🎃 Accept treats at the door and never go into a stranger’s house. 🎃 Have an adult inspect treats before eating; don’t eat candy if the package is already opened. 🎃 Drive Extra Safely on Halloween 🎃 Drive slowly, anticipate heavy pedestrian traffic and turn your headlights on earlier in the day to spot children from greater distances. 🎃 Popular trick-or-treating hours are 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. so be especially alert to kids during those hours.
The Winnemucca Police Department would like to give a shout out to Walmart store manager Kim and Asset Protection Manager Debbie, for helping the WPD with the upcoming Halloween festivities.
🚂 "See Tracks? Think Train" 🚂 Operation LifeSaver has been in the Winnemucca area with the Union Pacific Cares Train teaching the local kids about train safety. Operation Lifesaver is working to empower people to keep themselves safe around railroad tracks. Learn more at www.oli.org WPD had the privilege of riding along and getting to be a part of this great program.
A great message from the Boise Police Department that applies here in Winnemucca. Take a minute to watch and remember most crimes are a crime of opportunity so: 1) TAKE IN ITEMS OF VALUE 2) LOCK-UP YOUR VEHICLE And 3) DURING THE COLD MONTHS BE SURE TO KEEP YOUR VEHICLE SECURE WHILE IT IS WARMING UP Report crimes or suspicious activity by calling Winnemucca Police Department (775) 623-6396 or Humboldt County Dispatch (775) 623-6429 Winnemucca Police Department, Dedicated to your safety! https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10155271877838143&id=115967218142
It is with sincere regret to inform you of the death of former Police Chief Don Wright who lost his fight with cancer Friday night, October 6, 2017, Chief Wright served as Chief of Police for WPD from 1994 to 2000 and had been employed with the department for serval years prior to that time. At the request of his family, there will be no service, but staying with Don’s wishes, they asked that everyone have a “drink” in his memory. Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers. In his honor, Winnemucca Officers will be wearing mourning bands on their badges for the remainder of the week.
👍THANK YOU FOR THE SUPPORT! 👍 The Winnemucca Police Department has received an overwhelming number of comments in support of the retirement of Chief Silva, the appointment of Chief Dalley, in addition to the promotion of Captain Coats, Lieutenant Garrison, and Sergeant Morton. On behalf of the WPD we would like to express our gratitude for your support and encouragement. It is our goal and commitment, to do our professional best to continue to earn your trust and provide a safe environment for you and your families. Thank You, Chief Bill Dalley
The most recent news release shows 515 injured and 58 killed in what can only be described as a horrific event on the Las Vegas Strip. Our condolences go out to the families who lost loved ones. Thoughts and prayers are with all of those involved in the terrible incident in Las Vegas last night.@LVMPD #lasvegasstrong 😪
Congratulations to William D. Dalley, sworn in today as Chief of Police of the Winnemucca Police Department.
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***Warning About Counterfeit Money Being Passed*** Over recent weeks, businesses in Winnemucca have reported receiving counterfeit $100 dollar bills. Many of the bills passed the detection marker test, but they do not have additional security features of legitimate U.S. currency. As such, business owners and cashiers are urged to pay special attention to any $100 bills given as payment, especially ones containing the serial number H136610648A. Also, look for security features that are present on printed U.S. currency which include color shifting ink, raised and detailed printing, watermarks, and security thread and ribbons. If you are given what you believe to be a bogus bill, it is requested that you don’t give the bill back to the customer. Rather, make note of the subjects and vehicles involved (including the license plate), any notify law enforcement. Winnemucca Police Department 775-623-6396 or Humboldt County Dispatch 775-623-6429 Winnemucca Police Department Dedicated to Your Safety
Phone call scams are too common. But they’re easier to spot than you might think. If someone calls you and claims to be from the IRS, your bank, Microsoft, or any other company or government agency, it’s probably a scam. Companies and government agencies will almost never call you out of nowhere. Here is a Public Service Announcement from Treasury Department in regards to IRS phone scams.
Here is your chance to dress up, have a great time AND help support the WDVS Winnemucca!!! We hope to see you there!
It took a community effort and a lot of dedicated work by ALL the local agencies! Thank you for all the support from everyone and the Sacramento Police Department!!
At today's City Council Meeting the Mayor recommended, and the City Council conferred with the appointment of Deputy Chief William Dalley as the next Chief of Police for the City of Winnemucca. The Winnemucca Police Department looks forward to working with Interim Chief Dalley as their new Chief.