The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's 1st Tuesday program is an excellent opportunity for the citizenry of Las Vegas to get involved with their police department. The first Tuesday of every month we open the doors to our substations from 7 to 8 p.m. in order for our community to have an open forum of communication with the police officers who patrol their neighborhoods.
Each month we highlight a different area of our department, so the community can get a better idea of what goes on "behind the scenes" throughout the different sections of the department.
In 2015 we're announcing a new format to 1st Tuesday. Throughout the year each area command may have First Tuesday at a location other than their area command, thus taking it "on the road." The location for our community 1st Tuesday's will be announced via press release and details will be posted on this page as well.
March's Schedule: 1st Tuesday is held at each substation except where noted (some events may not be open to the public, call the substation to confirm)
Area Commands and Sector/Beat Map
*NEW* feature to the 1st Tuesday Program!
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is taking 1st Tuesday on the road starting with a Tweet-Along with a patrol officer starting at 9 a.m. and followed later by First Tuesday meetings at 7 p.m. at Area Commands, or select locations throughout the valley.
The 1st Tuesday Tweet-Alongs are meant to connect people and police and expand access to LVMPD. Twitter users can follow us @LVMPD, and by following the hashtag #LVMPD1stTuesday. Followers are invited to ask questions of the officer throughout the Tweet-Along.
Tweet-Alongs will cover the following areas of Metro throughout the year:
Feb. 3 -- Bolden Area Command
Mar. 3 – Convention Center Command
Apr. 7 – Communications Center
May 5 – Downtown Area Command
June 2 – Enterprise Area Command
July 7 – Northeast Area Command
Aug. 4 – National Night Out
Sept. 1 – Northwest Area Command
Oct. 6 – South Central Area Command
Nov. 2 -- Southeast Area Command
Dec. 1 -- Traffic Bureau