Boulder City Police Department

  • Agency: Boulder City Police Department
  • Address: 1005 Arizona St, Boulder City, 89005 NV
  • Chief: Thomas Finn (Chief of Police)
Phone: 702-293-9224
Fax: 702-293-9281
Email:

Boulder City Police Department is located at 1005 Arizona St, Boulder City, 89005 NV. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas Finn. The Boulder City Police Department phone number is 702-293-9224.

Boulder City Police Department News

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Halloween safety guide for drivers...remember, sometimes people are walking looking at their phones and really don't see you. Safety is our #1 priority at all times, especially around the little monsters and princesses. http://www.halloween-safety.com/halloween_safety_driving.html

Our Police Department is looking for a few great employees!

Doughnut be swayed...these officers saved the day!

The Capital Improvement Projects meeting is underway right now at City Hall.

Check out the work this Career and Technical Academy did specifically for highlighting the work done by dispatchers. Thank you to our dispatchers, as well as the dispatchers nearby, and around the nation. They're an integral part of public safety and their dedication should always be recognized.

With Hurricane Michael reaching the shores of Florida, and expected to be a powerful storm, please share this with anyone you know along the Gulf Coast and East Coast who may need assistance. https://www.fema.gov/ or www.DisasterAssistance.gov

We couldn't say it any better...

Check out Officer Pastore and his trusty steed, Odie, at the National Night out event on October 2 at the Meadows Mall in Las Vegas. Can you find the photo where Odie is giving his best smile??

Alert reminder....It is happening today, but, according to the notification, "This is only a test".

*********************ALERT************************ The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will conduct a national test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) with radio, TV, cable stations, and wireless carriers on October 03, 2018. The WEA portion of the test commences at 2:18 PM . The EAS test is expected to last approximately one minute and will verify the delivery and broadcast of a national test message and assess the operational readiness of the infrastructure for distribution of a national message and determine whether technological improvements are needed. Cell towers will broadcast the WEA test for approximately 30 minutes. During this time, cell phones that are switched on, within range of an active cell tower and whose wireless carrier participates in WEAs should be capable of receiving the test message. Cell phones should receive the WEA message once.

Today marks one year since the shooting. So many were injured, too many killed, and countless effected. Here is the story of one family, our brothers in blue, and how they were impacted by the 1 October shooting. #VegasStronger http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/for-this-family-of-las-vegas-police-officers-lives-forever-changed-by-a-mass-shooting/ar-BBNMz4y?ocid=DELLDHP15

If something bears repeating...it's this...

Have you registered to vote? See how easy it is here with the attached videos from our Governor.

Our Explorers post is looking for more Explorers. Check out the photo below and contact GTorcaso@bcnv.org or call 702-293-9258 for more information. If you know anyone who has been looking, please share this on your page and tag them. Have a great Monday!

BCPD's Facebook is a good source of information but it is not monitored 24/7. Call (702) 293-9224 to file a report or call 9-1-1 if you have an emergency.

On National Day of Action, Saturday, September, 15, hold an emergency preparedness event. Some examples of events might be hosting a CPR class or Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training at your business, school, or house of worship; or volunteering with a local disaster response or recovery agency. CERT participants are trained to prepare a family disaster plan, assemble an emergency kit, and learn basic skills to aid themselves and others following a major emergency or disaster until professional responders arrive. The class emphasizes hands on practice and often concludes with a full scale exercise. Register, join or login to your CERT: http://ow.ly/l2cu30lrfaZ #NatlPrep #LifeSavingSkills #PlanAheadNevada

If you know anyone who needs assistance due to the hurricanes, volcanic activity, or other natural disasters, offer them these websites which give helpful resources for people in need. https://www.fema.gov/ or www.DisasterAssistance.gov

Operation STAR was a success. This project included many local law enforcement agencies working together with their federal counterparts to locate 135 fugitives.

**********S O G G Y D O G G Y********** Today is the last day to pay the $4 entry fee for Soggy Doggy. If you pay after today, the cost is $6. This event is on Saturday, 09/08. Bring your hound to catch one of the two sessions, either 9:00 - 10:25 am , or, 10:35 - 12:00 (noon), both on 09/08/18. You can call the Animal Shelter at 702-293-9283 for more details.

Check out the link below regarding new child car seat guidelines put out today. This could affect how you situate your little one in the back seat. https://www.today.com/health/pediatricians-change-guidelines-babies-car-seats-t136545

September is National Preparedness Month. Please share with us your ideas and planning for ensuring you and your family are ready in case a disaster occurs. Family friendly, positive ideas for the community would be best. Remember to consider your fur babies, too!

Labor Day weekend is coming up and there will be lots of boats on the lake. Remember to have more than one way to call out for assistance and make sure they're waterproof! Stay safe and have fun!