Basic Las Vegas Safety Tips


Tourists and locals alike need to be protective of their money in Las Vegas. Be wary of pickpockets. Use your room safe if you can as a way to carry less cash. Switch that wallet from the back pocket to the front pocket. Women should use a shoulder strap purse as opposed to the clutch.

Emergency Numbers
911 – Fire/rescue/criminal activity
311 – Non-emergency issues such as lost or stolen property/noise complaints/suspicious persons or vehicles
702.223.INFO (4636) – Clark County Disaster Information Line
702. 366.1640 – Rape Crisis Hotline

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