Detectives will be out in full force for the Balloon Fiesta
Albuquerque Police Party Patrol shut down an illegal rave at 610 Central SW.
Mayor Richard J. Berry Recognizes Detective Who Solved More Than a Dozen Property Crimes Within a Week
On Friday Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized an Albuquerque Detective who solved several property crimes within a week.
At 3:25 p.m. Albuquerque Police Southeast Impact detectives were serving a narcotics warrant at 4745 Gibson SE when a dog attacked one of the detectives.
ALBUQUERQUE - The city’s H1N1 hotline was inundated with calls Tuesday and some callers got a busy signal.
In one of his first acts as fire chief, James Breen promoted three firefighters last week including the commander who is going to replace him in Albuquerque’s busiest district.
Manuel Antoio Pacheco
Albuquerque Police will be out in full force this Fourth of July cracking down on drunk drivers.
Mayor Richard J. Berry and Police Chief Raymond Schultz opened a new law enforcement leadership academy Wednesday June 6, 2012 naming it after the first person in the history of the Albuquerque Police Department to be appointed Chief of Police twice.
Albuquerque Police will be going to black and white squad cars.
APD works with Top Loss Prevention Officer and Mall to Bring Down Thieves - 38 shoplifters are arrested
Nine of the county’s best lost prevention officers were flown in last week to work with Albuquerque police detectives and Coronado Mall Security to bring down some of city’s largest retail thieves
Mayor Richard J. Berry and Police Chief Raymond Schultz announced Monday May 7, 2012 several new additional initiatives aimed at continuing to reduce the number of deadly force encounters.
Police will also be in full force at the Downtown Entertainment District
Public Urged to Keep Kids Safe by Dialing #SAFE (#7233)
Thirty-one cadets graduated from the Albuquerque Police Department’s 106th Academy Class Friday April 27, 2012 and will soon hit the streets for their on the job training.
New Trend in Alcohol Abuse has Been Connected to Two Recent Deaths - APD to start Public Awareness Campaign
Two recent downtown deaths have been linked to a new trend amongst alcohol abusers and the Albuquerque Police Department is seeking help from grocery and drug stores to stop it.
Mayor Richard J. Berry and Police Chief Raymond Schultz Unveil Museum Display Honoring Women Police Officers
Mayor Richard J. Berry and Police Chief Ray Schultz unveiled a new display at the Albuquerque Police Museum Monday March 23, 2012 that honors the long history of women law enforcement officers in Albuquerque.
At the direction of Mayor Richard J. Berry, Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz issued a special order Friday March 23, 2012 to all Albuquerque police officers instructing them to video tape every call for service they are dispatched to.