Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Reno, Nevada. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Reno Nevada Police Station Address: 455 E 2nd St, Reno, NV 89501, United States

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Regarding incident in the area of Marsh and Nixon, Media staging within the hour at Marsh and Gordon. Please avoid immediate incident area. Thank you.

2 days ago
Subject in the area of Marsh and Nixon has been detained. Please avoid this area as the investigation will be ongoing in to the late evening hours and roads will be closed. Thank you.

2 days ago
Reno PD and the City of Reno say “Go Pack” and wish UNR’s Basketball team the best of luck in the NCAA Tournament https://t.co/oykCEZiDBt

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Interested in applying and testing with your Reno Police Department? Join us tonight for our Information Session, 5:30 pm at 5190 Spectrum Blvd. Room 103. We’ll discuss everything from apply to testing and the backgrounds process. Full Schedule at https://t.co/jxwtCZzmV2. https://t.co/clFm2LNTvr

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Traffic lights at Lemon and Buck are now functioning properly. You can still expect some delay for your evening commute through this area, but at least it’s Friday 😌. Have a safe weekend Reno!

Reno Police Department

The Reno Police Department was created in 1903, and has a sworn staff of almost 300 Officers and close to 75 Professional Staff serving over 235,000 residents. Reno is the largest city in Northern Nevada and is located in Washoe County.

Reno PD is a diverse group of individuals dedicated to serving our community. From the police officer on patrol to our Dispatchers and Records Specialists, we’re all here to provide nothing less than exceptional service.

Mission Statement:

We are committed to partner with our Community to create a safe city by providing the highest level of police services.

Core Values:

Respect – Integrity – Fairness – Service


“You Police – Our Community”

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Best of Luck to the Pack Men on Thursday! The men and women of the RPD are pulling for you! University of Nevada, Reno

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Reno PD joined Mayor Schieve, the City Manager, City Council, Reno Fire and City of Reno employees at the BELIEVE sign today to “Back the Pack” and wish the the UNR Basketball team luck in the NCAA Basketball tournament. Go Pack!!!

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Reno Police Department is proud of our Wolf Pack! #hustle #resolve #sweet16

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Reno PD received a gracious donation of several pallets of toys at Christmas 2017. Several hundred models, paint and glue were part of the donation. These models were donated to the Boy Scouts to assemble as a team building project. The Boy Scouts work closely in the community and will also donate a portion of the models to other organizations that are interested in this type of activity.

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Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and co-workers of Pomona Police Officer Greggory Casillas who was shot and killed attempting to arrest a man after a vehicle pursuit on Friday, March 9, 2018.

The vehicle fled after officers attempted to stop it for reckless driving. The driver crashed into another vehicle before fleeing on foot and entering an apartment. As Officer Casillas and another officer attempted to make contact with the man he fired through the apartment door, striking both officers.

The officers were both transported to a local hospital where Officer Casillas succumbed to his wounds. The man surrendered after remaining barricaded inside his home for more than 15 hours. He was charged with Officer Casillas’ murder as well as several counts of attempted murder of a peace officer.

Officer Casillas had served with the Pomona Police Department for six months and was still in field training at the time of the incident. He had been employed as a civilian with the agency for three years before entering the police academy. He is survived by his wife and two children.