Police Events

4th Annual Fallen Heroes 5K Run/1.5M Walk
Come join the Friends of the Henderson Police Foundation March 25th at Cornerstone Park, at 0900 a.m. and be a part of the Southern Nevada Law Enforcement - 4th Annual Fallen Heroes 5K Run/1.5M Walk honoring our fallen and supporting our local law enforcement officers.  This timed event will honor those law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice and gave their lives while protecting and serving our communities.

Let's ensure that our Fallen Heroes and their families are NEVER FORGOTTEN!

Proceeds from this event enable the Friends of the Henderson Police Department to give back to the community.  This fundraising event will directly support the Henderson Police Department Honor Guard Detail which provides ceremonial services related to honoring current and past members of our Department and other ceremonial services as approved, ie. annual services of the Nevada Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Carson City, annual services of the Clark County Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, annual services of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington D.C. and funerals for officers killed in the line of duty from any other law enforcement agency within Nevada.  The Henderson Police Department Honor Guard also provides Color Guard services to numerous community events throughout the year at no cost to the public.


Talk Shop with Cops

Upcoming events:
Thursday, May 11, 2017
125 Stephanie St.
(Stephanie Street & Wigwam Parkway)
7 am - 9 am

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.

The format for Talk Shop with Cops has been modified from a formal presentation to a more casual context in which officers meet and speak one-on-one with the residents they protect and serve. The updated format allows community members to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know the officers that work in their neighborhood, in a relaxed setting.

“Building a partnership with our residents to identify and solve neighborhood problems is the foundation of effective community policing,” Henderson Police Chief Patrick Moers said. “Holding events at neighborhood hangouts will help encourage that collaboration between community members and police officers.”

Talk Shop with Cops will be hosted at different times and locations throughout Henderson during the year. For more information on upcoming events, visit cityofhenderson.com.