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October 15, 2020 at 12:43 am

Joining Forces Grant

The Sparks Police Department has received a $49,000 grant from the Nevada Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety to support the Sparks Police Department's participation in Joining Forces traffic safety campaigns during the coming year.

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Joining Forces is a high visibility, multi-jurisdictional statewide effort to increase safety on Nevada’s roads by increasing enforcement and awareness of traffic laws. The goal is to reduce crashes and save lives by focusing on impaired driving, distracted driving, seat belts, speed, and pedestrian safety.

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Thanks to this grant award, the Sparks Police Department will be able to team up with other area jurisdictions for a number of Joining Forces events from October 2020 through September 2021.

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Law enforcement personnel will continue to enforce traffic safety laws year-round as part of their commitment to reduce crashes and save lives. Whether you're the driver, a passenger, or a pedestrian, the Sparks Police Department reminds everyone to make safety a top priority.

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How We Serve

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Neighborhood Watch Groups

82,225

Calls for service in 2015

47

Senior phone patrol members

400

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.

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