How to File Complaints against the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department

OpenPolice.org is an independent project developed by Flex Your Rights, a 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit.

We recommend you start by preparing a transparent misconduct report on OpenPolice.org. Then use the information below to submit a formal complaint to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Citizen Review Board.


Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Citizen Review Board

This is the agency that collects complaints against the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. It's where we recommend that OpenPolice.org users file their formal complaints.

330 S 3rd Street, Ste. 670, Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 455-6322

CRBInfo@ClarkCountyNV.gov

You can submit your complaint through this agency's online complaint form. Include the public link to your OpenPolice.org complaint. And if possible, attach your OpenPolice.org PDF, which we will send you.
citizenreviewboard.com/Forms/Complaint/Form.aspx

This investigative agency has a PDF form you can print out.
citizenreviewboard.com/Forms/Complaint/Form.aspx

If you submit your complaint on paper, we recommend that you staple a copy of your full OpenPolice.org complaint together with the department form.

Complaint process information:
lvmpd.com/en-us/Pages/InternalAffairs-Complaints.aspx

  • Complaints submitted by phone will be investigated.

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Dept Internal Affairs

400 S. Martin Luther King, Building A, Las Vegas, NV 89106
(702) 828-3422


Web Presence

lvmpd.com

Facebook

Twitter

YouTube


Complaints Accessibility

Score: 88/100

Grade: B+

20
Has online-submittable complaint form (not just a PDF)
14
Has complaint information on unique web page (not just on PDF)
10
Has complaint information linked from home page
10
Has complaint form PDF on website
 
10
Investigates complaints sent via email
10
Official department form not required for investigation
10
Anonymous complaints investigated
3
Has unique department website
3
Has a Facebook page (with public comments on)
3
Has a Twitter account
3
Has a YouTube channel
2
Investigates complaints sent via phone
 
2
Investigates complaints sent via postal mail
 
0
Requires complaints to be filed in person
 
-10
Requires notary or in-person signature (for one or more types of complaint)

Department info updated 6/22/20
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