Northern Nevada Repeat Offender Program – ROP

The Northern Nevada Repeat Offender Program (ROP) focuses on repeat offenders with extensive criminal history. These offenders have repetitively displayed criminal behavior and have a high likelihood of reoffending.  ROP monitors these offenders through surveillance and other investigative techniques. ROP detectives are actively involved in all criminal proceedings involving ROP offenders and work closely with a special team of Deputy District Attorneys. The Repeat Offender Program is currently supervised by a Sparks Police Sergeant and is comprised of Detectives from the Sparks Police Department, Reno Police Department, Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, and Department of Public Safety Parole and Probation.

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Notice regarding COVID-19

In an attempt to provide the best service we can to our community, the Sparks Police Department will be implementing several preventative measures to help reduce or prevent the exposure and spread of Covid-19. These changes will begin 11/16/2020. This temporary altering and or reduction in services is only temporary and is designed to help reduce exposure to both our community and our employees. The Sparks Police Department is committed to placing our community first and this is an effort to keep our staff healthy and available to assist our community’s emergent needs. These changes in services are only temporary. Non-Essential Services will be suspended until further notice. All Work Permits Fingerprint Cards Additionally, the following services will be provided online or via mail only until further notice: Criminal History Requests (Online or Mail ONLY) Case Requests (Online or Mail ONLY) Convicted Persons Registration (Online or Mail ONLY) Sex Offender Registration (Online or Mail ONLY) Our front desk will be open by appointment only. We ask for your patience during this 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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