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Metro offers warning to people involved in non-injury accidents

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Updated: 5/08/2014 2:48 pm
LAS VEGAS -- Metro says it has recently received information about individuals showing up at the scene on non-injury accidents acting as investigating agents of the LVMPD.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has not contracted with any outside agencies to help investigate non-injury accidents because of a recent change in policy.

Metro stopped sending officers to non-injury accidents effective March 3.

Motorists are reminded that insurance companies provide investigative services when a driver is involved in a collision.

If you are involved in an accident remember to use resources such as pictures from a smartphone, disposable cameras, or various smartphone applications.

All drivers are encouraged to visit to find helpful information on what you should do if you are involved in a property damage only traffic collision.


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