Child Safety - Injury and Child Fatality Prevention


Preventing child abuse and child fatalities is a community effort. A child’s death is a tragic event. Each year in Nevada, over 100 children die from preventable causes of death.

    Suicide Prevention

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    Ensure Medical Safety

    If your child relies on electrically operated medical equipment and you need help to ensure an uninterrupted power supply, please contact NV Energy for help.

      Kids and Hot Cars

      It is never a good idea to leave a child alone in a car any time of the year, but during summer months it is extremely dangerous. A child left alone in a vehicle, even for a short period of time, is in danger of abduction, injury, dehydration and even death. Very young children (age 4 and under) are particularly vulnerable to hyperthermia. Remember in Nevada, it is a misdemeanor to leave a child unattended in a vehicle (NRS 202.575).

      This information is brought to you in cooperation with the Nevada Administrative Team to Review the Death of Children and Executive Committee to Review the Death of Children.