For more information, click on the desired service.
Responds to routine and emergency telephone calls from
citizens and law enforcement/criminal justice entities; extracts pertinent
information, accesses appropriate information resources, and answers the
calls of other entities.
For information on
fingerprinting fees, sites, the civil applicant program, criminal fingerprint
information, fingerprint forms, frequently asked questions, sealing of
records, etc. click the link above.
For information on the Civil
Applicant Account Change Form, Applicant Checklist and Application, the Brady
Checklist and Application, the Brady Account Update Form, Civil Name Check
Account Request Form and the ACH (Direct Deposit) Payment Form.
For information on the Brady Checklist and Application, Account Update Form, AB46 Mental Health Forms, Point of Contact Account Request Form, Out of State CCW Recognition, Point of Contact Program Information and Denial Information.
The Sexual Assault Forensic Evidence Kit (SAFE Kit) Tracking program is a nationwide cooperative effort of many medical
facilities, law enforcement agencies and labs joining forces to track a Sexual
assault kit across a state.
information on the Sex Offender Registry (SOR) and Community
Compliance Unit monitors the criminal and civil access to Criminal Justice
Information (CJI). The core responsibility is to provide access, train the
user, and conduct compliance audits.
The Nevada Department of Public Safety, Records, Communications and Compliance Division is reforming service delivery for the criminal justice and civil non-criminal justice communities. A significant part of this transformation is the development of the Nevada Civil and Criminal Information System (NCCIS) portal.
The Civil Name Check (CNC)
Program is designed to provide criminal history record information to
authorized Repository users based upon an inquiry made by name and numeric
identifiers rather than fingerprints. Pursuant to provisions contained in
Nevada Revised Statutes, chapter 179A, Nevada records are available to a
multitude of both criminal justice and non-criminal justice requestors.
Nevada Criminal Justice Information System (NCJIS) policy allows the release
of information, when authorized by law, upon a written request
identifying the subject of inquiry by full name, date of birth, or other
numeric forms of identification. Releases must be accompanied by a
disclaimer concerning the reliability of the information
For information on
monthly and annual criminal statistics, domestic violence, crime in Nevada,
elder abuse, protection orders, frequently asked questions, the Hate Crime Data
Collection Guidelines, the Training Guide for the Hate Crime Data Collection,
UCR Program information or to download UCR forms.
For information on acronyms, the
application for a civil applicant, the Brady Background Check form, bidding
opportunities, frequently asked questions and the Judicial