Employee of the Week: Peggy McIntire, an employee from the Senior Affairs Department
On behalf of Mayor Richard J. Berry, Public Safety Director Darren White recognized three Friday’s Heroes this week: a 911 Operator, an Albuquerque Police Department Dispatcher, and an Albuquerque Fire Department Dispatcher who worked together to identify the location of a six year old boy whose mother was experiencing a medical emergency.
Yellow Lights have been increased by as long as ½ second at 18 intersections
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized on Friday two firefighters who provided emergency medical attention to a retired firefighter who was having a heart attack.
Thieves who have been combing the city stealing street signs, manhole covers and wire are going to find out that selling the precious metals is going become very difficult.
Dozens of Albuquerque police officers will be working checkpoints and roaming the streets looking for drunk drivers this New Year’s Eve.
Albuquerque police have made significant progress in a month’s long investigation into the theft of $190,000 of merchandise, resulting in the arrest of multiple suspects who work for ABF Freight System Inc, as well as several local teachers.
Police Chief, Fire Marshal and Animal Welfare Director Tell Residents To Use Common Sense on New Year’s
Stray bullets and illegal fireworks continue to be a problem for public safety and pets in Albuquerque as residents ring in the new year.
Winter Storm coming into Albuquerque
Albuquerque Fire Chief James Breen swore in 23 new firefighters Friday.
Paul Feist was the lead crime scene investigator on the West Mesa case.
Mayor Richard J. Berry Commits Resources to Assist Marines with Raising Funds and Collecting Toys
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized on Friday four Albuquerque police officers for saving the lives of two women who were trying to get a gun away from a suicidal family member.
On Tuesday, Mayor Richard J. Berry and Albuquerque Fire Marshal Victor Marquez warned Albuquerque residents to use caution relating to lighting and maintenance of Christmas trees, fireplaces and any outdoor fires.
Upon arrival units could hear a DJ and a large amount of people were out in the street.
Albuquerque police recently confiscated thousands of dollars in stolen property after they conducted a week-long pawn shop operation in which detectives inspected every pawn shop in the city.
The day before Thanksgiving has become a busy night for DWI officers and as a result the Albuquerque Police Department will be cracking down on drunk drivers.
Albuquerque police officers will be using helicopters, aerial platforms, horses, night vision goggles, and bait vehicles filled with gifts to catch thieves who prey on holiday shoppers.
On Friday, Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized an Albuquerque police officer whose swift action and keen investigative skills prevented a man from being murdered.
New cars will feature video cameras, sub-sonic sirens, digital tickets and radar that can clock while the vehicle is in motion