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Players,
 
There is an area of concern related to excessive complaints on minor calls that are insignificant like touch fouls and contact not related to the play. Playing through the contact helps establish a good flow for the game. Basketball is a physical sport. Our initial responsibility is to Referee the defense and keep players safe through the contact we allow. The offense has to react according to the play.
 
- League Officials      



 
 
NEVADA REVISED STATUTE 
 
CHAPTER 199
 
CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC JUSTICE
 
NRS 119.300 Intimidating public officer, public employee, juror, referee, arbitrator, appraiser, assessor or similar person.
 
1.  A person who directly or indirectly, addresses any threat or intimidation to a public officer, public employee, juror, referee, arbitrator, appraiser, assessor or any person authorized by law to hear or determine any controversy or matter, with the intent to induce him, contrary to his duty to do, make, omit or delay any act, decision or determination, shall be punished:
 
a)  Where physical force or the immediate threat of physical force is used in the course of the intimidation or in the making of the threat, by imprisonment in the state prison for not less than 1 year nor more than 6 years and may be further punished by a fine of not more than $5,000.
 
b)  Where no physical force or immediate threat of physical force is used in the course of the intimidation or in the making of the threat, for a gross misdemeanor.
 
2.  As used in this section, "public employee" means any person who performs public duties for compensation paid by the state, a country, city, local government or other political subdivision of the state or an agency thereof, including, without limitation, a person who performs a service for compensation pursuant to a contract with the state, county, city, local government or other political subdivision of the state or an agency thereof.
 
 
 
 
CITY OF LAS VEGAS
DEPUTY MARSHALS
 
CHAPTER 10.45
 
CONDUCT AT ATHLETIC EVENTS
 
Sections:          10.45.010           Definitions
                          10.45.020           Prohibited Conduct
 
10.45.010 Definitions
As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires, the word and terms which are defined in this Section have the meanings which are ascribed to them herein, as follows:
 
A.  "Athletic Even" means any sporting event between competing teams or individuals which is held in a public place and to which the public is invited.
B.  "Attendee" means any person who is presented at an athletic event as a spectator and whose presence is occasioned by either purchasing a ticket for admission to the athletic event or has been admitted without charge.
(Ord. 3043 and 2, 1983)
 
10.45.020 Prohibited Conduct
It is unlawful for an attendee of an athletic event which is held within the City to engage in any of the following acts:
 
A.  Interfere with, disrupt, or interrupt the athletic event.
B.  Throw any article, including, without limitation, missiles, rocks, bottles, cups, drink glasses, drinking receptacles, and ice, at any of the participants in or officials of the athletic event, or into the area in which the participants and officials are conducting the athletic event.
C.  Discharge any fireworks or firecrackers on the premises of the athletic event.
D.  Enter upon the area in which the participants and officials are conducting the athletic event, when the event is in progress.
E.  Engage in any physical altercation with any of the participants, officials, or other attendees during the progress of the athletic event or immediately after the conclusion of the event.
F.  Injure or destroy any property which belongs to the facility in which the athletic event is held.
G.  Bring any alcoholic or other beverage, or glass bottles or metal can containers, into the premises, excluding the parking areas, in which athletic event is held.
(Ord. 3034 and 3, 1983)
 

 


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