Nevada’s fusion centers are the focus of coordination efforts between federal, state, local, tribal, territorial and private sector partners to prevent and protect against acts of terrorism and targeted violence. The fusion centers partner with federal, state and local agencies to respond to and effectively mitigate threats. To accomplish this, Nevada has two fusion centers with different geographic responsibilities to ensure the most effective response to reports of suspicious activity. The Southern Nevada Counter Terrorism Center serves Clark County for receiving and responding to Suspicious Activity Reports. The Nevada Threat Analysis Center serves Nevada’s other 16 counties for receiving and responding to Suspicious Activity Reports.
To report suspicious activity specifically in Clark County, call 1-702-828-SSSS (702-828-7777) or submit a tip on www.snctc.org.
To report suspicious activity in all other counties in Nevada, call 1-844-SEE-SAIT (1-844-733-7248) or email KeepNevadaSafe@dps.state.nv.us.
If there is an emergency, call 911.