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A friendly reminder to lock your car doors and remove valuables EVERY night!

I know you have heard this reminder before, but we are continuing to take reports for thefts from vehicles as well as stolen vehicles where the vehicle was left unlocked. Often times these thefts are committed by criminals by simply trying door handles hoping for unlocked vehicles. It is an all too common problem that can be prevented by simply locking your vehicle. Never leave valuables in your vehicle, but if you must...lock them up and keep them out of sight.
Always park in well-lit and heavily traveled areas and if at home, park in the garage if possible.
It's important to remember that paperwork, such as vehicle registration, insurance cards and user manuals that contain sensitive information (i.e. key replacement codes and door lock codes) are common targets for criminals. Always keep them locked up in the glove box or center console.
In addition, it appears a key-spoofing technique is making its way from the East coast to the West coast. During this technique, a criminal uses a device to capture the transmitted radio signal from your key fob as you push the button to lock/unlock your doors. The criminal would now have the signal to unlock your vehicle. Though this key-spoofing technique has been around for years, it is uncommon and we do not have any reports of this happening in Henderson. However, as a suspect must be in close proximity for this scheme to work, it's a good reminder to always be aware of your surroundings and look out for suspicious activity or behavior.

Good morning from @waterstreetdistrict! Stay safe out there. We'll be here if you need us! #hendersonpolicedepartment #cityofhenderson #hendersonnv

Derby arrives on the scene just in time to be your Valentine now and forever! He is a 1 1/2 year old, male, Pit Bull Terrier mix. He is a sweetheart! He does well on a leash and enjoys being with people. He is sure to give you unconditional love. Will you be his forever Valentine? Ask for 1003609.

Got a question for the Henderson Police Department? Get your question answered tomorrow at Talk Shop with Cops at Kneaders Bakery & Cafe located at 11271 S. Eastern Ave. We'll be there from 7 a.m .- 9 a.m. All ages welcome!
Henderson residents are invited to meet the people behind the badge and learn more about what police officers are doing to help keep their community safe during the Henderson Police Department’s Talk Shop with Cops.
Talk Shop with Cops takes place in a casual environment in which officers meet and speak
one-on-one with the residents they protect and serve. Community members are encouraged to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know the officers who work in their neighborhood.
Talk Shop with Cops events are hosted at different times and locations throughout Henderson during the year. For more information on upcoming events, visit cityofhenderson.com.

When a crime occurs in a neighborhood, officers might not realize that important information was captured by a neighbor’s video surveillance system. The C.A.P.T.U.R.E. program offered by Henderson Police aims to help capture that information to solve crime and make the community safer.
In 2017, Henderson Police launched C.A.P.T.U.R.E – Community Awareness Program To Utilize Residential Electronic Eyes. By registering for the program, officers are able to identify those that may have captured important information in the event of a crime. Officers can then follow up with registered users to have them review their surveillance video for possible evidence. This information can help solve crime and keep the community safe.
Participation in the program is voluntary and does not allow Henderson Police to access privately owned surveillance systems or grant video feed access.
Registered users will also receive a reflective sticker for their home or business to show their participation in the program and commitment to helping keep the community safe.
For more information or to register, go to www.cityofhenderson.com/police/capture
For our C.A.P.T.U.R.E informational video on Youtube, click the following link:

City of Henderson Animal Care and Control is offering all new adopted-dog owners a complimentary obedience class through the City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. Visit the Animal Shelter Facebook page (and give us a like) at HendersonNVAnimalShelter. #henderson #dogs #puppies #puppy #puppiesofinstagram #puppylove #adopt #adoptdontshop

A big BARK OUT to the community for showing your amazing support of the shelter. We opened our doors at 7 a.m., with people in line already waiting to adopt a pet. People waited throughout the day to find their new best friend.
The final Clear the Shelter adoption numbers are:

48 dogs
42 cats
1 bird
1 rat
92 total adoptions!

We truly appreciate all of the donations we received today too!

Our volunteers made this event a complete success. If you are still looking for your forever family member, stop by
tomorrow. We will be open tomorrow at 7 a.m. until we clear the shelter!


It has been a great to start to our first #cleartheshelters! We've adopted 12 dogs, six cats and one bird! We'll be here until 5 pm. Please stop by and say hello! #hendersonanimalshelter #cleartheshelters #cleartheshelter #lovemypet
This sweet family adopted kitten 975025.

The City of Henderson Animal Care and Control Facility, located at 300 E. Galleria Drive, Henderson, NV is hosting their first Clear the Shelters event on Saturday and Sunday, August 19 and 20, 2017 from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.. The Shelter will be open for the first time ever on a Sunday as we attempt to clear the shelter by adopting all of our animals to wonderful, loving homes. #cleartheshelters #adopt #hendersonanimalshelter

Henderson, Nev. – The Henderson Police Department wants to keep our children safe by providing the following safety tips as most children will return to school on August 14, 2017. • Know the school zones you travel through
• Be familiar with the times when those school zones are in effect
• Follow the posted speed limits for school zones
• If you see Crossing Guards and students use more caution
• U-Turns are not allowed in active school zones
• Do not double park when dropping off or picking up children
• Obey the laws when it comes to stopped buses with flashing lights and be cautious of children running late or crossing the medians of the roadway “We want to keep our children safe”, Henderson Acting Police Chief Todd Peters said, “And with planning, patience, and obeying the law we can make that happen.” For more information please click the following link to watch a short YouTube video from the Henderson Police Department about School Zone Safety Tips: https://youtu.be/F5FxJC5uKFM #schoolzonesafety

Join us for a free ice cream cone at Talk Shop with Cops today at @galleriaatsunset until 6 pm! We're in the Food Court at the Dairy Queen. See you there!

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