In compliance with regional, state, and federal regulations, the UNLV Department of Police Services provides a link to the state of Nevada's Sexual Offender Registry, which tracks all convicted sex offenders in the state, including those enrolled at or employed by educational institutions such as UNLV.
Per the Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (CSCPA) of 2000, those who have been convicted, found guilty, or pled guilty to either committing or attempting to commit sexual offenses are required by law to register with the state of Nevada and notify the state anytime they gain employment with or attend a post-secondary educational institution.
You can visit the state of Nevada's sexual offender's website via the following link: Nevada’s sexual offender’s website
Nevada Sex Offender Registry
Various tiers of offenses have been established as a means to standardize risk assessment related to sexual offenses. You can find out more about the tiers by visiting the following link: Nevada’s sexual offender’s website
Nevada Sex Offender Registry Tier Definitions and Explanations
By law, UNLV is required to disclose whether or not Tier 3 sex offenders are present on campus as employees or students at any given time. Currently, there are no Tier 3 offenders registered with the UNLV Department of Police Services.