The Official Website of the
Las Vegas Metro Police Officer Wives
A website dedicated to the Wives of the Las Vegas Metro Police & Correction Officers. A safe haven for companionship, support, encouragement, and all of our organizational information. So that we are never alone and can continue to help secure the foundation our families are built on.
"I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things."
End of Watch Paperwork
Before you move on to any other page, I want to ask you if you've filled out your husband's End of Watch Paperwork.
If you have, I'm so happy to hear it. Feel free to move on.
If not, you're finding yourself asking one of the following questions:
- What's that?
- Have I filled that out?
- Is it really necessary?
What your spouse does for our community is selfless. They risk their lives for their families and strangers alike in order to continue to protect this amazing city that we call home. Whether they've had a close call yet or not, I'm sure by now it's sunk in that we are living in some truly dangerous times and it is so incredibly important to prepare for the future and whatever it may bring us.
If you have not filled out the NV PERS form in the End of Watch Paperwork and submitted it and your spouse is lost in the line of duty, their pension will automatically be reverted to the state. You and your family will be left with no way to pay for the necessary arrangements or for the help you need to get through that difficult time.
That is why I strongly urge you to take a moment, download this form, and get to work on it. It will only take a little bit of time in comparison to the help it will offer you should that horrible situation ever arise.
Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need assistance with this.
In addition. . .
Injured Police Officers have MANY RESOURCES available to them and their families when they are injured in the line of duty. If you find yourself in a position where you could use a little more support in this difficult and stressful time, hopefully this information will help.
"We spend nights alone, we raise kids on our own, we have figured out how to repair things and build things. We are the mom & the dad sometimes. We have overcome fear and heartbreak. We have loved despite the risk of losing. We have been the defenders, the lovers, the counselors, and the friend. We are the support, we are the safe place. We are the glue that holds our family together."