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Elko County Safety
 

Elko County Sheriff's Office

Our Mission is to proactively build and strengthen community partnerships and reduce the fear of crime through the delivery of high quality, efficient and consistent services to all county businesses, residents and visitors in a professinal manner.
 

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Carlin Police Department

The Carlin Police Department is a small, compact agency made up of four full-time officers, a volunteer auxiliary unit and an animal control officer/police secretary. The efforts of the Carlin Police Department personnel, as well as the involvement of the community join to create an extremely low crime rate and a safe, friendly environment. Click here.

Elko Police Department

The Elko Police Department  is committed to a partnership with our community to create a safe environment for our citizens by providing the highest level of police services possible.

Our average response time to calls is three minutes from the tine the call is dispatched to the officers arrival.
Patrol Division handles all traffic accidents within the City limits as well as routine police matters which include crossing guard duty, bank escorts, animal calls, crime, calls, funeral processions, parades and much more.

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Department Motto:

Pride in Service
P - Prevent, reduce, disrupt criminal activity
R - Recruit, train and develop our employees
I  - Initiate timely and open communication
D- Develop and implement solutions to our community's problems
E- Efficiently use innovation and technology


 

West Wendover Police Department

The West Wendover Police Department was formed on July 1, 1991 , and is under the direction of Chief Ronald Supp. In the beginning, the department consisted of six sworn officers and two civilian technicians.

Over time the department has kept pace with the growth of the community and today, includes fifteen sworn officer positions and seven civilian technicians operating five divisions: Administration, Patrol, Investigation, Animal Control and Dispatch.

In recent years, the department has fostered and implemented such civic programs as: CodeRED, Gang Resistance Education And Training (G.R.E.A.T.), Police Activities League (P.A.L.), Domestic Violence Advocacy and Reserve Officer Training.

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