Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Trevor Alan Nettleton

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Nevada

End of Watch Thursday, November 19, 2009

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Reflections for Police Officer Trevor Alan Nettleton

Trevor, I did not know you but as a former Marine and Police Officer I am heart broken to read the circumstances of your passing. I pray that your wife and beautiful children are doing well. God bless you.

SDS Mark McCormack

November 18, 2015

I worked with SSgt Nettleton in DC for a while before the Marine Corps sent us on separate paths. I am truly sorry to have only now learned of his passing. As others have said he was tough, competent, and had high standards. He helped me with my firearms training, specifically the pistol. I still follow his advice to this day. He will be missed. I hope he and his family find peace.

Lee Hammond
USMC 2004-2008, Police Officer in Ohio

May 24, 2015

So so tragic. My heart breaks reading the bio & post from family & friends. May your family be comforted in the years to come & to your wife & children for the father, husband they lost will be held tight through Gods Mercy. R.I.P. Sgt.

Citizen Tracy Corley

November 19, 2014

"Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God."
Matthew 5:9

Marshal Chris Di Gerolamo
Federal Air Marshal Service

June 9, 2014

You will always be remembered brother especially by your boys from K/3/3

GySgt Wesley Thompson

May 26, 2014

In our hearts and not forgotten. Rest easy...

R. Best
Previous: LVMPD / Present: Florida

November 19, 2013

Trev- you were fearless, and a good friend. Thanks for teaching me how to shoot my rifle and keeping me squared away in the Academy. I will always remember you.


July 31, 2013

I did not know Trevor personally. I heard of his passing on the news when it first happend. I too lost my husband in 2004 from medical issues. He was only 28. Heres the ironic thing.... Trevor is buried just a few graves away from my husband. I know this because just a few days after Trevors burial I casually walked over to be nosey and see all the beautiful flowers. I immediatley realized he was the policeman from tv! I even noticed that you guys left him a plate for Thanksgiving. My heart just broke when I saw that. My kids were very young when I lost my husband- 6, 3 and 1. Although its been a few years already..... may your family forever have peace. xoxo

Lisa Shields

March 19, 2013

It was a pleasure serving with you. You taught me much. You will be deeply missed. Semper Fi sergeant.

Lcpl Neal Walker
Usmc kilo 3/3 (2002-2005)

February 11, 2013

It was a pleasure serving with you. You taught me much. You will be deeply missed. Semper Fi sergeant.

Lcpl Neal Walker
Usmc kilo 3/3 (2002-2005)

February 11, 2013

I know u were loved by many. Thank you for being the brave soul u were.

Las Vegas

December 29, 2012

"Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God."
Matthew 5:9

Marshal Chris Di Gerolamo
Federal Air Marshal Service

November 19, 2012

Dear Mr. James,

Thank you for your kind words about my son. I just came across your post today. I'd like to think that as I read this, Trevor was watching over me, as he has ever since the night he was defending myself, his wife and his beautiful children. It's wonderful to hear stories from those who knew him.

Deb Austern
Mother of Trevor A. Nettleton EOW 11/19/09

October 9, 2012

I just found out about Trevor from a friend's post of Facebook concerning one of the individuals that killed Trevor. We worked and travelled together while stationed in D.C. I used to get e-mails from Trevor while I was deployed over seas in the Navy. Most of the time they were jokes, or something amusing, that would make me laugh or smile and were always appreciated. When they quit coming, I thought it was just because things got too busy with work/family, or other things took precedence. I read through many of the posts others have left and it's obvious that he never changed. When Trevor joined the Marines, he selflessly put the well-being of others before his own and put himself in harms way to protect those that could not do so for theirself. Along the way, he passed his knowledge, training, and values down to those he was responsible for and enabled them to do their job with the utmost readiness and professionalism. It's no wonder that he would trade in one uniform for another that allowed him to continue on with the same values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment, that he learned in the United States Marine Corp. It's no wonder that he still wore a uniform that put the well being of others before his own. And it's no wonder he still put himself in harms way between those that would do harm and those that could not protect their self. Trevor will continue to be an inspiration and a hero to me. I will always be indebted for the sacrifices he, and his family, endured, as a Marine and as a policeman, that allow me to live my life today. To his family and friends, words can not reflect how sorry I am for your loss. Trevor was a great person, Marine, and friend. I would appreciate if someone would read this to him for me.

Nathaniel E. James, ET1(SW)
USN, Retired

May 12, 2012


It's hard to believe it's been three years without hearing from you and wishing that I can just be able to pick up the phone and hear your voice and tell you all that is going on right now I got so much to tell you, but that's gonna have to wait until I see you on the other side. Tomorrow's your birthday and I got the Coronas on ice for a toast. Keep the high ground and take care my brother.

Lil' Bro

May 4, 2012


You will be truly missed. We graduated the academy together and shared some awesome and exciting times working together. You will never be forgotten brother.

Field Training Officer Aaron S. Grays

April 10, 2012

Trevor was a great, great man. A nicer guy you will never meet. I often ran into him during our shifts. Since we were both Marines we spoke often about it. I think of him almost everyday. He will live in my mine forever.

Ofc. R. Gibbs

March 10, 2012

Trev was one excellent man. Not a day goes by that I don't see him somewhere, in something. Semper Fi.

Detective T. Farris
LVMPD, Partner

November 23, 2011


You taught me so much, to this day you are still one of the greatest marines ive ever met, i'll be seeing you this friday before my marine corps ball

Staff Sergeant George Garcia
US Marines

November 13, 2011

Staff Sergeant, you trained us hard in the Corps, it wasn't always appreciated but it prepared us to fight, to win. In two days I will become a police officer as well. You taught me how to shoot a pistol, I shot the class high. I will never stop training hard, I will never back down, I will never forget. Thank you.

Josh Pasay
Yale Police Dept

April 4, 2011

You are not forgoten


November 19, 2010

You are not forgoten


November 19, 2010

Officer Nettleton. A year ago you taken from you family, friends and your Las Vegas Metro PD family..R.I.P. Gone but never forgotten.

Riverside County Sheriff's dept, ca.

November 19, 2010

To Officer Trevor A. Nettleton, his family and his fellow officers with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department:

Our heartfelt thoughts are with you on the anniversary of Officer Nettleton’s tragic death and we honor him for his valor and sacrifice to the community. Rest in Peace, Officer Nettleton and thank you for your service.

Wives Behind The Badge, Inc
Memebers and Staff

November 19, 2010

Remembering you on this, the first anniversary of your passing, and praying that God will comfort those you left behind. This is the first of many anniversaries they will have to spend without you, and although it never gets easier, they are never alone. I pray especially for your children, that they grow to know their daddy was a hero and will forever be remembered for his service, dedication and sacrifice. Thank you, Officer Nettleton.

Lori Johnson Rowley, wife of NC LEO
Daughter of Sgt. James M, Johnson, EOW 11/11/04

November 19, 2010

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