¥ $15,000 to the North Las Vegas Police Department to post as a reward for information about her disappearance.
What does NLVPD stand for?
NLVPD stands for North Las Vegas Police Department (Nevada)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Last year, the lawsuit was filed on behalf of Majed Chehade by the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and the law firm of Munger, Tolles & Olson against the United States, federal agents, the City of North Las Vegas, and the North Las Vegas Police Department.
The contest Wednesday, hosted by the Oxnard Police Department, involved teams from the North Las Vegas Police Department (which took second place), the Inglewood Police Department (third place), the Santa Ana Police Department (fourth place) and the Pomona Police Department (fifth place).
Combine the stats from Metro, Henderson and North Las Vegas police departments and you get a 3.
The Henderson and North Las Vegas police departments recently followed Metro’s lead and established their own repeat offender units that work hand-in-hand with the Career Criminal Unit prosecutors.
Leen suggested the complaining defendants — all in administrative segregation at the jail and linked to the white supremacist prison gang — would have a better chance of improving conditions if they filed civil rights lawsuits against the North Las Vegas Police Department, which runs the jail.