FIRE & POLICE
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The City of Henderson Fire Department is a full-service
agency providing fire and rescue operations, emergency
medical services including paramedic treatment and
patient transportation, and fire investigations. In addition to
protecting the lives and property of Henderson’s citizens,
the department offers educational programs for health and
safety, fire prevention and emergency preparedness.
Fire Administration: 702-267-2222
Fire Training Center: 702-267-2280
Get READY! Stay READY!
The Office of Emergency Management’s Get READY!
Stay READY! program is a comprehensive education and
outreach campaign that helps residents and business
owners prepare for disasters. For upcoming events,
refer to the Citywide Events pages in this issue. Visit
cityofhenderson.com/GetReady to access a variety of
Join the READY Crew
This volunteer-based group teaches residents and
businesses how to Get READY! Stay READY! for
emergencies using presentations and public events around
the city. To join, you must be at least 15 years old. Contact
the READY Crew coordinator at 702-267-2273 or email
Community Preparedness App Helps
Prepare for Emergencies
Access emergency preparedness tools and information
on your mobile device by downloading the fee Southern
Nevada Community Preparedness app from the iPhone App
Store and Google Play for Android.
Southern Nevada on the Alert
Subscribe to this free emergency notification system to
receive alerts about flash flooding, earthquakes, hazmat
incidents, and other emergency situations. You can choose
to receive alerts by text message, email or voicemail. For
more information, visit SoNevada.OnTheAlert.com.
Fire Department events such as open houses and
Henderson Community Expo can be found in this issue’s
Citywide Events pages.
Explorer Post #2405
Teens and young adults ages 15-21 years old who are
interested in a career in the fire service or medical field can
join the explorer program. Explorers meet every Thursday
(excluding holidays) from 4:30-9:30 p.m. at the Henderson
Fire Training Center, 401 Parkson Rd. Enrollment is yearround.
Visit hfdexplorers.com for details.
Get the latest information via
The Henderson Police Department strives to work with City
of Henderson residents to make our community one of the
safest in the country. The men and women at the Henderson
Police Department take pride in the service provided to the
residents and visitors to our city.
East: 223 Lead St.
Desk officer hours: 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. daily
North: 225 E. Sunset Rd.
Desk officer hours: 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. daily, Tuesday-Friday
West: 300 S. Green Valley Pkwy.
Desk officer hours: 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. daily, Monday-Thursday
Get It Online
Visit cityofhendeson.com/Police if you want to:
• Register your valuables
• Access traffic accident reports for closed cases
• Make your home safer with Crime Prevention Through
• File a Henderson Police report for certain crimes
• Access a searchable crime database for reported crimes
• Sign up for Nextdoor, the free, private social network for
your neighborhood, at Nextdoor.com
Text to 9-1-1
Citizens in the city limits of Henderson can send a text
message to 9-1-1 for emergency help when unable to make
a 9-1-1 voice call. This service is available to any AT&T,
Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless customer. Text to
9-1-1 was not developed as a replacement or option to
calling 9-1-1 in an emergency situation, but rather as an
enhancement to reaching 9-1-1 services in three specific
1) The caller is hearing/voice impaired,
2) a medical emergency renders the person incapable of
3) when speaking out loud would put the caller in danger,
such as a home invasion, abduction, domestic violence
incident, or active shooter scenario.
Community Relations Bureau
The bureau offers programs, services and classes to
Henderson residents and businesses. For more information,
contact the bureau at 702-267-5100.
Programs include D.R.E.A.M., Every 15 Minutes, No More
Bullying, and Stranger Danger. Submit a request online to
schedule a program.
Henderson Community Expo, held annually in October,
showcases services and products for crime prevention, life
safety and health. This event is held in lieu of National Night
Out. Other programs include Personal Safety and Security
for Seniors and Personal Safety and Security for Women.
Programs include Crime Prevention Through Environmental
Design, Neighborhood Watch (introduction and formation),
and suggestions for residents not part of a Neighborhood
C.A.P.T.U.R.E. (Community Awareness Program Through
Utilizing Residential Electronic Eyes) connects Henderson
Police officers with citizens who have surveillance video
in the event of a crime. This is completely voluntary and
citizens can opt out any time.
Explorer Post #920
The Henderson Police Explorer Program is an educational
program designed for students 17 to 20 years old with an
avid interest in law enforcement. Explorers meet once a
week for training sessions in law enforcement activities and
are not paid. Interested parties should call 702-267-4850 and
leave a message and/or send an email to HPDTraining@
cityofhenderson.com to attend a meeting. Please leave the
name of the interested party and contact information such
as phone number and email address.
Get the latest information via
HPD’s YouTube channel
Henderson Police App for iPhone & Android
Download an app that allows you to access police
information on the go at cityofhenderson.com/Police. Under
Quick Links, click on More, then scroll down and select HPD
Social Media. Submit tips, access information about animal
control or the jail, view a map of local sex offenders, and
research available HPD positions, among other features.
Information about events such as Talk Shop With Cops can
be found in this issue’s Citywide Events pages.