The Records Bureau of the Henderson Police Department is comprised of civilian employees who act as the custodians of record for the department. The Records Bureau is responsible for processing public records requests for police reports as well as requests for Henderson arrest backgrounds.
Police Records' services are available Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (excluding holidays) at the East Police Station, located at 223 Lead St.
Traffic Accident Reports
Closed traffic accident reports are available online, free of charge, at crashdocs.org. Accidents that are under investigation will not be available until the investigation is complete and the case is closed. Henderson Police accident reports should be available online approximately 48 to 72 hours after the accident.
Incident Crime Reports
Public records requests are submitted to the Records Bureau. Please call (702) 267-4700 to confirm the report is available for dissemination prior to appearing in person. Juvenile criminal information is deemed confidential and cannot be released.
When requesting an incident crime report, please have the following information available:
- Report number (for example: 13-12345)
- Your name
- Type of incident (traffic accident, burglary, etc.)
- Involved person's name(s)
- Date and time of incident
- Address or location of incident
The Fingerprint Unit is part of the Records Bureau. This unit provides such services as fingerprinting, sex offender and convicted person registration, and city employee badging. The Fingerprint Unit is open Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (excluding holidays). For additional information, the Fingerprint Unit can be reached at (702) 267-4720.
- Citizens do not need to bring a fingerprint card unless they have been provided a fingerprint card by their employer
- Fingerprints are $5, per fingerprint card
- You must live or work in Henderson
- The Fingerprint Unit does not take appointments; service is based on first come, first served
- The Henderson Police Department takes cash, credit or debit as payments for the fingerprinting
Sex Offenders and Convicted Persons
Sex offenders must complete a State of Nevada Sex Offender Registration form and update their registration information annually, or as information changes, by completing the State of Nevada Verification - Change of Information form. Offenders must appear in person at the Henderson Police Department, East Police Station, Fingerprint Unit, located at 223 Lead St.
Convicted persons registering must complete the Convicted Persons Questionnaire and appear in person at the Henderson Police Department, East Police Station, Fingerprint Unit, located at 223 Lead St.