It details changes that the department has made in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, including securing high-rises overlooking crowds.
An FBI agent said Stephen Paddock may have killed 58 people in Oct. 2017 to "obtain some form of infamy."
The donation follows debate over whether to destroy the weapons or sell them to benefit the victims.
Stephen Paddock killed 58 people last year before killing himself.
Authorities in Las Vegas say they cannot "definitively" determine Stephen Paddock's motive in the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
A Nevada Supreme Court has ordered Las Vegas police to release bodycam footage and audio from 911 calls from the night of the deadly rampage.
The tribute came six months after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
An arsenal of firearms. More than 1,100 rounds. Fifty-eight dead and more than 800 wounded. Why?
Douglas Haig allegedly met shooter Stephen Paddock multiple times.
But Douglas Haig said he didn't know anything about gunman Stephen Paddock's intentions.
But it's still not clear if workers saw Stephen Paddock — or his arsenal — the day he killed 58 people.
“They’re basically saying, ‘You’re not a big enough victim.’"
Authorities still haven't determined a motive.
The Mandalay Bay resort, the concert organizer and the manufacturer of bump stocks are named as defendants in the massacre that killed 58 people.
“I kept saying this is just evil, raw evil."