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Southeast Area Command

Southeast Area Command Substation will be back to normal hours of Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

Contact Info

Phone: 505-256-2050

Contact the Southeast Area Command.


Southeast Area Command hours are:

Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Southeast Tri-Sub hours will be:

Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Friday: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm

Saturday: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm

Sunday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Substation Location

Phil Chacon Memorial Substation
800 Louisiana SE

View Substation map.

Crime Stats

Monthly Crime Stats 2023

Area Command Comparisons

City-Wide Crime Stats

Crime Definitions

Town Halls

Watch Southeast Town Hall- May 13, 2021

Upcoming Events

View upcoming events for the command.

Welcome to the Southeast Area Command. Our patrol officers are divided into Watch Commands, providing day shift, swing shift, and grave yard coverage for emergency calls for service. In addition to patrol officers, the Southeast Area Command also has our Problem Response Team (PRT) Officers, who conduct proactive enforcement in crime areas, and community engagement and outreach. Additionally the Southeast Area Command has Crime Prevention Specialists that are available to work with residents and businesses in taking steps and measures to reduce crime and increase quality of living. The Southeast Area Command has two substations, the Phil Chacon Memorial Substation at Louisiana Blvd and Kathryn Ave SE. The second substation is our Triangle Substation in Nob Hill. 

About the Southeast Area

The Southeast Area Command is a diverse and vibrant area of the city. Home to the two largest hospitals in the city; the University of New Mexico Hospital and the main Presbyterian Hospital. The Southeast Area Command is also home to the two largest colleges in the city, the University of New Mexico and Central New Mexico College main campus. Neighboring the International Airport and Kirtland Air force Base, the Southeast Area Command is also home to a historic shopping and business district in Nob Hill, and home to the International District which promotes so many different cultures and ethnicities. The Southeast Area Command begins at Interstate 25 and goes east up to Eubank Blvd, these are the east and west borders of the Area Command. The north and south borders begin at Interstate 40 and goes south to the Air Force base, The International Sunport, and down south to the Mesa Del Sol community

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Albuquerque Community Safety Response Overview

Review our ACS Response Overview PowerPoint

Learn more about the ACS Department 

Additional Resources

File Police Report Online

Telephone Reporting

Family Community Services

Map: Southeast Area Command

Meet the Commander

Cmdr. Donovan Olvera

The Southeast Area Command is overseen by Commander Luke C. Languit.

Commander Luke C. Languit has lived in Albuquerque for twenty-six years, attended Highland High school, and graduated with honors from the University of New Mexico. He graduated from the Albuquerque Police Department Academy’s 97th Cadet Class. As a patrol officer in the field, he worked graveyard in the Southeast Area Command and was a member of the Emergency Response Team.

Learn more about the Southeast Area Command leadership.

Upcoming Events: Southeast Area Command