Nevada Public Officers and Employees

Sec. § 289.360
Members and agents of Nevada Gaming Control Board; members of Nevada Gaming Commission.


1.

For the purpose of the administration and enforcement of the provisions of chapter 205 of NRS involving a crime against the property of a gaming licensee, or chapter 462, 463, 463B, 464 or 465 of NRS, the members of the Nevada Gaming Control Board and the Nevada Gaming Commission and those agents of the Board whose duties include the enforcement, or the investigation of suspected violations, of statutes or regulations, have the powers of a peace officer.

2.

An agent of the Nevada Gaming Control Board whose duties include the enforcement, or the investigation of suspected violations, of statutes or regulations, and who has been certified by the Peace Officers’ Standards and Training Commission, also has the powers of a peace officer when, during the performance of those duties:

(a)

A felony, gross misdemeanor or misdemeanor is committed or attempted in the agent’s presence; or

(b)

The agent is given reasonable cause to believe that a person has committed a felony or gross misdemeanor outside of the agent’s presence.

3.

For the purpose of protecting members of the Nevada Gaming Control Board and of the Nevada Gaming Commission and their families and property, and providing security at meetings of the Board and of the Commission, an agent of the Board whose duties include the enforcement of statutes or regulations has the powers of a peace officer.
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Feb. 5, 2021