Sparks Police COVID-19 Information

Important information about how Sparks Police is currently operating

Effective June 15th, 2020: Sparks Police will begin to open in-person Non-Essential Services.   An Appointment is Required for All in-person services to be consistent with the Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery plan.

An Appointment is Required for all of the below in-person services:

All Work Permits: An Appointment is Required.  Click on the link to schedule your appointment for:

Business License Background:   An Appointment is Required.  Click on the link to schedule your appointment for:

 

Fingerprints: An appointment is Required.   Schedule your appointment here.

 

Convicted Persons Registration:  An Appointment is Required.  Schedule your appointment here.

Sex Offender Initial Registration:  An Appointment is Required.  Schedule your appointment here.

Sex Offender Check-in:  An Appointment is Required.  Schedule your appointment here.

Additionally, the following services will be provided online, via mail, or we will  schedule an appointment for pickup only until further notice.  Click on the link to download the request form: 

Criminal History Request

Case Requests/Public Record Request

Upload completed request forms here.

All police reports must be filed in-person with an officer or online

The Property and Evidence Unit is open by appointment only. Please call 775-353-2247 for more information.  

 

We ask for your patience during this time as there may be longer than usual waiting times. For more information please contact the Records Department at (775) 353-2243. 

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Neighborhood Watch Groups

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Calls for service in 2015

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Senior phone patrol members

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Received advocacy services

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Hours from volunteers

Notice regarding COVID-19

Effective June 15th, 2020: Sparks Police will begin to open in-person Non-Essential Services. An Appointment is Required for All in-person services in our ID Unit, to be consistent with the Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery plan. The health and safety of our community and our staff members are of the utmost importance. We ask for your patience during this difficult time as there may be longer than usual waiting times. For more information please contact the Records Department at (775) 353-2279.

Get more information about how to use Essential Services with Sparks Police