Police Current News
The Albuquerque Police Department is partnering with Albuquerque’s Community Policing Councils to host discussions concerning the Settlement Agreement.
27 new police officers are joining the ranks of the Albuquerque Police Department as cadet class 115 graduates on Thursday, July 28th. Two of them have a unique perspective of our department.
WANTED: Real life Cruella DeVille - Man Stealing Boston Terriers
Best Places to Park if you Plan on Attending the Presidential Candidate Donald Trump's Rally on Tuesday, May 24th in Downtown Albuquerque.
The Albuquerque Police Department and Albuquerque Public Schools are Teaming Up to Prepare Students to Serve and Protect Our Communities.
APD hopes to raise money for family of murdered 11-year old girl.
Extra patrols are already working in the City's treasured Bosque, but people still aren't heeding the important warnings.
Albuquerque is looking to hire outstanding police officers to serve our community
Albuquerque Shares Innovative Ideas and Crime-Fighting Solutions with National Leaders
APD Officers Able to Quickly Reunite Stolen Tortoise with Owner
It is with great sadness the Albuquerque Police Department regrets to inform our community of Officer Daniel Webster's Passing.
Despite recent media reports, purse snatchings/parking lot robberies are have not spiked. In fact, for the month of September, they're actually down.
Albuquerque Police Department's initiative new to highlight positive news 'Caught on Camera' - Using on body cameras to highlight the good Officers do every day.
Officers Edison and Poccia help children fix bicycles.
April 24, 2015, statement from Albuquerque Police Department about the NMSP charge.
Read the findings from the 2014 Child Abuse Prevention Task Force Report and Community Recommendations.
Crime Prevention Brochures Available Online ~ Victims of Property Crimes May Request Investigative Updates Via Email.
The Albuquerque Police Department provides web-based tools that let you search for crime statistics online.
Crime Prevention personnel and resources can be found at the six Area Command Substations and the Main Crime Prevention Office.
Fight Theft by Reducing Desire, Ability and Opportunity
The Crime Prevention Unit Provides a Checklist for Holiday Travelers
Online FEMA Course and Active Shooter Video Available Free to the Public
Online System Helps Residents Keep Track of Valuables
APD and AFD Launch Campaign Reminding Parents not to Leave Children Unattended in Vehicles