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, as well as compassionate and equitable public service for public safety in Nevada.
We promote the professional and personal development of our members through innovative services, training, and camaraderie.
We make a positive impact on the quality of life in the
communities we serve through proactive leadership in:
We are the professional organization of elected Sheriffs, Chiefs of Police and other leaders of Police and Public Safety Organizations in the State of Nevada. We value:
· Continuous Improvement
We aim to earn and maintain the unqualified respect of the people our members serve and protect, and to be respected leaders in our communities, our state, our nation, and internationally.
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.
Pershing County Sheriff’s Office
PO Box 147
Lovelock, NV 89419
Chief of Police
North Las Vegas Police Department
3525 W. Cheyenne Ave.
North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Washoe County Sheriff’s Office
911 Parr Boulevard
Reno, NV 89512
Sparks Police Department
1701 E. Prater Way
Sparks, NV 89434
NV Dept. of Corrections
P.O. Box 7011
Carson City, NV 89702
P.O. Box 17971
Reno, NV 89511
All licenses and permits issued by the State of Nevada or by local jurisdictions that are set to expire during this state of emergency have been extended 90 days either from their current expiration date or 90 days after the state of emergency is lifted, whichever is later IF reduced government operations due to the state of emergency makes timely renewal impracticable or impossible. Check with your sheriff's office to find out the status of operations for their CCW unit.
For comprehensive concealed firearms information please visit the State of Nevada site here:
NvSCA concealed firearms (CCW) documents are available to download below: