Good government is about ensuring that the members of our local communities feel safe and secure on a day to day basis. That’s why public safety is one of the cornerstones of my administration.
During my time in office I have worked hard with Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz and Chief James Breen to lower crime rates, improve response times, and make our city a progressive and innovative place to safely live, work, and play.
Mayor Richard J. Berry designates an extra $35,000 toward a reward for information leading to the arrest in the West Mesa murder case.
Mayor Richard J. Berry’s Administration demolished a property Thursday that has generated hundreds of police calls and considered to be a high level area of property crime.
The city’s top property crime fugitive was captured by U.S. Marshal’s Friday morning after a massive manhunt that included newspaper advertisements and electronic billboards.
As part of a launching to a public/private bicycle safety campaign, Mayor Richard J. Berry unveiled a billboard design cautioning motorist to safely share the road with bicyclists.
APD to partner with ICE agents in new Prisoner Transport Center.
Mayor Berry's address for the opening of the new Prisoner Transport Center and the City of Albuquerque's partnership with ICE.
Mayor Berry: "Drinking and driving is a serious problem, and we want employees and the public to know that DWI has serious consequences at the City of Albuquerque."
In an effort to raise funds for Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers, Mayor Richard J. Berry declared the week of March 21, 2011 "Crimestoppers Week."
City Dedicates New Northwest Area Command in Memory of Officer Michael R. King and Officer Richard W. Smith Jr.
Mayor will not veto legislation relating to Ballot Question
Read Mayor Richard J. Berry's complete veto message on R-11-247.
Mayor Richard J. Berry announces the promotion of John Soladay to Chief Operations Officer and that he will not immediately fill the position of Public Safety Director.
Albuquerque residents are advised to not eat cantaloupes during this recall.
Mayor Richard J. Berry, Councilor Debbie O’Malley and the Safe City Strike Force leveled a well-known drug house in northwestern Albuquerque.
Starting this fall potential cadets will be required to have at least 60 college-level credit hours or three years military experience.
Today, Mayor Richard J. Berry, Councilor Ken Sanchez and the Safe City Strike Force demolished a house that had plagued the community with criminal activity.
Mayor Richard J. Berry spent Thursday afternoon breaking ground on the two newest public safety buildings in the City.
Abandoned and problem-riddled home is demolished by Safe City Strike Force
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized three officers from the Albuquerque Police Department for their role in rescuing a developmentally disabled citizen.