SUCCESS STORY: NEVADA
Impacting Youth Access to Alcohol and Reducing Crime in Las Vegas

SUCCESS STORY: NEVADA

Impacting Youth Access to Alcohol and Reducing Crime in Las Vegas

Clark County, Nevada, is home to the city of Las Vegas and approximately 71 percent of Nevada’s population, including 80 percent of the state’s underage population. Alcohol is available

24/7 and the enforcement of liquor laws is the responsibility of local law enforcement agencies. Despite these challenges, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) has achieved impressive results in reducing youth access to alcohol and crime in hot spots of the city. Under the leadership of Captain Chris Jones and Lieutenant James Seebock, community policing officers, along with patrol officers, conducted high visibility enforcement in the ‘hot spot’ areas with high priority calls and high alcohol retailer density.

This Success Story describing Nevada’s effective use of mapping software and policing resources and can be read in its entirety at the Resource Alert link at the bottom of the home page.

SUCCESS STORY: NEVADA
Impacting Youth Access to Alcohol and Reducing Crime in Las Vegas
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