On behalf of Mayor Richard J. Berry, Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz announced a new enforcement plan Friday evening March 2, 2012 for the city’s downtown bar district.
The Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court and the Albuquerque Police Department announced on Friday, February 10, 2012 an aggressive new approach to deal with DWI and domestic violence defendants who fail to appear in court or fail comply with court orders.
Police Chief Raymond Schultz promoted 13 police officers Friday during a ceremony at the Albuquerque Police Academy.
Building was recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council
Flags will be flown at half-staff
Cadets will be required to have college credits or military experience
As part of the Albuquerque Police Department Volunteer Program, Chaplain Bruckner has served faithfully since 2004 and has displayed a great sense of leadership and dedication.
Eight Police Officers were awarded the Albuquerque Police Department’s highest honors Friday June 8, 2012 by Police Chief Raymond Schultz at the department’s annual award and retirement ceremony.
Forty-Two people have already registered
City Provides Jump Drives to Care Givers
Four people have been arrested for taking bait items
Mayor Berry invites Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers to special event on Feb. 14th
Mayor Richard J. Berry announced Thursday January 12, 2012 that the Albuquerque Police Department’s has started cracking down at the city’s former red light camera intersections and at school and construction zones
New web site allows for police and block captains to communicate
Albuquerque Police are considering changing its fleet to black and white cars
Police officers will be working undercover to catch thieves in the act
Deputy Marshal E.D. Henry never had a headstone until now
APD also recognized by the Association of Law Enforcement Planners