Area briefing

Various Southern Nevada agencies released two videos Aug. 5 dealing with domestic violence awareness and prevention. The videos, titled “Stop the Violence — Don’t be Silent,” were produced following a collaborative effort among the agencies.

The goal is to encourage the reporting of domestic violence and to raise awareness of the availability of help for victims of the crime. The videos are designed as public service announcements and will be shown at area public venues.

Agencies involved with the production of the videos include the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority, Safe Nest, S.A.F.E. House, MedicWest Ambulance and the Metropolitan, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Boulder City and Mesquite police departments.

Free digital fingerprinting planned
for kids at sites in August

Nevada Child Seekers plans to offer free digital fingerprinting and child photo IDs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at The Boulevard mall, 3528 S. Maryland Parkway, for kids 5 through 18.

Nevada Child Seekers also is giving away free fingerprint and DNA collection kits and a child photo ID to parents of children who are too young to be digitally fingerprinted.

Parents must sign a consent form for each child before they are fingerprinted and photographed. Nevada Child Seekers said it does not keep the fingerprints or photographs on file.

For more information, visit nevadachildseekers.org or call 458-7009.

Safety Technicians to conduct
checks on kids’ car seats

A safety check for kids’ car seats is planned for 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at Sunrise Children’s Hospital, 3186 S. Maryland Parkway.

Child passenger safety technicians will teach families how to correctly transport their children and help ensure that everyone in a vehicle is buckled up during every ride.

Car seat checks are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, call 731-8666.

Sewer rehabilitation project
causes lane restrictions

Lane restrictions are in effect through at least Sept. 30 on Circus Circus Drive between Industrial Road and Las Vegas Boulevard South as the Clark County Water Reclamation District conducts a sewer rehabilitation project, which began July 29.

The two center lanes on Circus Circus Drive will be restricted during the project, with outside eastbound and westbound lanes remaining open, and driveway access will be controlled, the district said.

The northbound lanes on Industrial Road will be restricted, and access to Circus Circus Drive from Industrial Road will be controlled.

The southbound lanes on Las Vegas Boulevard at Circus Circus Drive will be restricted, and access to Circus Circus Drive will be controlled.

The planned work schedule is 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 6 a.m. to noon Friday on Circus Circus Drive; 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Sunday through Friday on Industrial Road; and 2 to 10 a.m. Monday through Friday on Las Vegas Boulevard South.

For more information, call the project hot line at 668-8668, or visit thelvpipeline.com.

Mandatory e-filing takes effect
at Las Vegas Justice Court Civil Division

The Las Vegas Justice Court Civil Division recently switched to mandatory e-filing for all civil case filings.

E-filing provides a user-friendly, cost-effective and secure way to electronically submit documents, said Justice Court Chief Judge Karen P. Bennett-Haron.

Free training sessions for e-filing are planned at the Clark County Regional Justice Center, 200 Lewis Ave. The one-hour sessions are set for 1 p.m. Aug. 24 in courtroom 7C and 1 p.m. Sept. 8, Oct. 8 and Nov. 8 in the jury assembly room.

Each session is limited to 50 participants. Those interested should e-mail the date they would like to attend, their name, address and law firm/company name to berna@clarkcountycourts.us.

With e-filing, documents can be submitted electronically to the court 24/7. Notice can be sent electronically to opposing counsel and people representing themselves through their e-mail address as part of the e-file transaction. All e-filed documents are automatically routed to the court case and document management systems, and all filings are stored electronically and can be reviewed in the filing party’s order status page.

Users can file through Odyssey E-File & Serve at wiznet.wiznet.com/clarknv for $3.50 for each document. They also can e-file documents free at the scanning stations in the Civil Law Self-Help Center on the first floor of the Regional Justice Center or in the Justice Court Clerk’s Civil Customer Service office on the second floor.

For more information, visit clarkcountycourts.us.

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