Welcome to the City of Albuquerque

Community Outreach Meetings Registration

RSVP for Community Outreach Meetings.

About the Community-Police Collaborative

Learn more about the Community-Police Collaborative efforts.

Open Records

Submitted information may become publicly available if requested, per requirements of the New Mexico Inspections of Public Records Act (IPRA).

Help Provide an Opportunity for Productive Discussion

Filling out this form will allow those organizing the structure of these public meetings to create focus during the community meetings. Upon submission of your registration to participate, you will be sent information about the date, time, and location of the community meetings.

All Are Welcome

Thank you for your interest in providing input to the reform process of the Albuquerque Police Department. Mayor Berry enthusiastically welcomes your constructive ideas, and will be facilitating a series of broad-based community meetings to share thoughts and recommendations for the city, our communities, and the department moving forward.

Please note that these meetings are intended to be constructive and collaborative in nature, designed to advance police-community relations, enhance public safety, and address issues that affect quality of life in Albuquerque. This process will provide a way to determine the goals that our residents have for the City, the department, and police-community relations, as well as to provide specific ways and solutions to address them.


Outreach Registration

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Areas of Interest
Share with us your areas of interest.
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Community Dialogue Opportunities
Please let us know which of the two different community dialogue opportunities you would like to take part in by choosing one or both of the following options.
Dates for these city-wide dialogues are yet to be determined, but public announcements will be made in the near future.

Those who have registered will receive personal notification.

Strategic Dialogues

To collaboratively discuss Policies, Practices, Training & Community Oversight (in conjunction with, or in addition to, DOJ recommendations).

Participants:

  • Law enforcement officers
  • Community members in stakeholder groups

Anticipated outcome:

  • Recommendations to the Albuquerque Police Department that will enhance the safety of our citizens and our law enforcement officers.
  • Benchmarks to monitor progress of the implemented recommendations, and in police/community relations overall.



Community Relations Dialogues

Designed to build mutual trust, rapport, collaboration and support between citizens and law enforcement.

Participants:

  • Law enforcement officers
  • Community members

Anticipated outcome:

  • Greater mutual understanding of the experiences, concerns and needs of citizens and law enforcement officers.
  • Greater mutual trust between law enforcement and citizens.
  • Collaboration and mutual support between law Enforcement officers and community members.