Public Safety in New Mexico
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Our priority is to protects human life and property through the detection and prevention of criminal activity and enforcement of state laws and regulations.
We work hard to protect the people of New Mexico through a comprehensive, consolidated, and coordinated program of mitigating hazards, preparing for emergencies, preventing attacks, and responding and recovering from events that occur without regard to cause.
We are always looking for dedicated men and women to serve the citizens of this great state with tradition, pride, and honor. The New Mexico State Police offers an exciting career that will provide you with service and personal growth opportunities.
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Governor includes business and tax relief, public safety reform, election changes, other items for special session
SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will ask the New Mexico Legislature to consider tax relief for individuals, loans for small businesses and local governments, police reform and election improvements, among other topics, when it meets in a special session...
SANTA FE–The New Mexico Corrections Department today announced an additional positive test result for one inmate at the Central New Mexico Correctional Facility (CNMCF). The new positive inmate is a 51-year-old new intake that arrived at CNMCF on Friday May 15th from...
SANTA FE– The New Mexico Corrections Department Friday morning announced the results for all facility staff and inmate population surveillance tests. On Friday May 8, 2020 NMCD completed testing of all staff working inside its prisons facilities. Surveillance...
Cadets and recruits sent home to mitigate COVID-19 spread SANTA FE – The Department of Public Safety announced that Basic Law Enforcement Academy Class No. 200 cadets and New Mexico State Police Recruit Class No. 96 recruits are being sent home. The New Mexico Law...