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About Us

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Our History

The Nevada Sheriffs’ & Chiefs’ Association was formed in 1953 as a professional, social, nonprofit Association dedicated to the cooperation and understanding of all law enforcement agencies in the State of Nevada in order to provide law enforcement services of the highest professional quality to the citizens of the State of Nevada. The Association was formed to encourage fellowship between law enforcement agencies and to promote charitable and educational interests.

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Get Involved

The membership of the NvSCA are passionate about what we're doing. With the challenges facing law enforcement on a daily basis, we look to employ the best personnel possible within our respective agencies and to be on the forefront of public safety to the people we serve.

The backbone of each agency are the volunteers who support the vision and the mission of public service. We can help you become a part of that mission in your community by volunteering with your local law enforcement agency.

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Thank You

Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. 

Executive Board

PRESIDENT

SECRETARY/ TREASURER

VICE PRESIDENT

Jerry Allen

Sheriff 

Pershing County Sheriff’s Office

PO Box 147

Lovelock, NV 89419


VICE PRESIDENT

SECRETARY/ TREASURER

VICE PRESIDENT

Vacant


SECRETARY/ TREASURER

SECRETARY/ TREASURER

SECRETARY/ TREASURER

Pam Ojeda

Chief of Police

North Las Vegas Police Department

3525 W. Cheyenne Ave.

North Las Vegas, NV 89032

SERGEANT at ARMS

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

SECRETARY/ TREASURER

Darin Balaam

Sheriff

Washoe County Sheriff’s Office

911 Parr Boulevard

Reno, NV 89512 

AT LARGE

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

James Jones

Inspector General

NV Dept. of Corrections

P.O. Box 7011

Carson City, NV 89702


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Eric Spratley

P.O. Box 17971

Reno, NV 89511

(866) 266-9870 

eric@nvsca.com 

Legislative Issues

Signed Sheriffs Letter to Constituents 2019 (pdf)

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NVSCA Resolution in Opposition to Drug Importation (pdf)

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The State Firearms Unit

Factual Information

 

The State of Nevada, Department of Public Safety, Records, Communication and Compliance Division is doing everything possible to mitigate the danger of the COVID-19 virus while still maintaining the Point of Contact (POC) Firearms Unit.

The volume of calls received through the Nevada State phone system has increased exponentially due to the COVID-19 situation. State phone lines include many state entities such as law enforcement agencies, health agencies, the unemployment agency as well as the Point of Contact (POC) Firearms Unit. You can imagine the volume of calls coming in for all of those resources.  In addition we've had multiple robo-calls that have significantly contributed to locking up the phone system.

The POC Firearms Unit, which conducts background checks for firearm transfers, and keeps some federal data bases up to date with Nevada information, has been working diligently to process all requests.  The POC Unit is responding to the increased volume of background check requests, and is making every effort to complete the requests in a timely manner, while continuing the priority of conducting thorough and comprehensive background checks for the safety of all Nevadans.  

The Department of Public Safety POC Unit has all available staff working overtime to assist in conducting the necessary research for each request.  The call in line is open from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m., and the staff continues to work daily past the regular 6 p.m. close time to answer all calls on hold and process background requests that have been faxed in. Fax in requests are also an option and the requests are processed during normal business hours as quickly as possible.   We thank all FFL gun store owners and their staff and customers for their continued patience. 


Information obtained from Nevada DPS, RCCD March 20, 2020.

  

Eric Spratley

Executive Director

Nevada Sheriffs' and Chiefs' Association



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Nevada Sheriffs' and Chiefs' Association

P.O. Box 17971 Reno, NV 89511

(866) 266-9870

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