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NLEOMF Names 2 Albuquerque Officers October 2016 Officers of the Month

October 19, 2016
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has selected Officers Candace Bisagna and Brandi Madrid of the Albuquerque (NM) Police Department as the recipients of its Officer of the Month Award for October 2016.

Murder Trial Against NM Officers Ends in Mistrial

October 12, 2016
The case against two former New Mexico police officers charged in the death of a homeless man ended in a mistrial Tuesday when jurors told the judge they were hopelessly deadlocked on the counts of second-degree murder.

Jane Doe Free After Attack on Albuquerque Officer Because She Can’t be ID’ed

September 27, 2016
A woman attacked an Albuquerque police officer by bashing a rock on his head. Police were unable to identify her, and because of that, she was able to get away with the crime. More Here.

Video: Jane Doe Free After Attack on Albuquerque Officer Because She Can’t be ID’ed

September 27, 2016
A woman attacked an Albuquerque police officer by bashing a rock on his head. Police were unable to identify her, and because of that, she was able to get away with the crime.

Video: Albuquerque Officers Injured at Anti-Trump Protest

May 26, 2016
"Several" officers were injured after being hit by rocks, and at least one person was arrested in Albuquerque on Tuesday after protests near a Donald Trump event turned violent.

Albuquerque Officers Injured at Anti-Trump Protest

May 26, 2016
"Several" officers were injured after being hit by rocks, and at least one person was arrested in Albuquerque on Tuesday after protests near a Donald Trump event turned violent, according to authorities. More Here.

Albuquerque Police Revise Use-of-Force Training Under Federal Guidance

May 10, 2016
Now months into multi-year federal monitoring period, APD is close to completing its requirement to give new “use of force” training to its entire staff of sworn police officers. More Here.

Video: Albuquerque Police Revise Use-of-Force Training Under Federal Guidance

May 10, 2016
Now months into a multi-year federal monitoring period, APD is close to completing its requirement to give new “use of force” training to its entire staff of sworn police officers.

Albuquerque Officer Dies 8 Days After Being Shot at Traffic Stop

October 29, 2015
The Albuquerque police officer shot and critically injured during a traffic stop last week succumbed to his injuries early Thursday morning after a week-long battle for his life, according to Police Chief Gorden Eden.

Albuquerque Officer Shot in Face Wednesday at Traffic Stop Identified as Former Officer of the Year

October 23, 2015
Webster was named 2013 APD Officer of the Year. He also served as a paratrooper for 20 years in the U.S. Army before retiring, and has served with APD since July 2006. More Here.

Video: Albuquerque Officer Shot in Face Wednesday at Traffic Stop was Former Officer of the Year

October 23, 2015
Webster was named 2013 APD Officer of the Year. He also served as a paratrooper for 20 years in the U.S. Army before retiring, and has served with APD since July 2006.

Video: Albuquerque Officer Critically Wounded in Traffic Stop Shooting, Suspect in Custody

October 22, 2015
Albuquerque police say an officer who was shot near a Walgreens store in the southeast side of the city Wednesday night is in critical, but stable, condition.

Albuquerque Police Face Officer Shortage

October 19, 2015
Albuquerque Police Chief Gorden Eden says he expects the police department’s ranks to shrink for another year or so, even though the size and number of police academy classes have increased.

Video: Demonstrators Protest NRA Police Shooting Championship in Albuquerque

September 21, 2015
More than 50 people showed up. Many of the protestors dressed in black, representing local people killed by APD in recent years.

New Mexico Officers Plead Not Guilty to Murder in Shooting

September 11, 2015
An Albuquerque police officer and retired detective who killed a homeless man last year pleaded not guilty Friday to second-degree murder charges stemming from the on-duty shooting death that unfolded after a standoff.

Video: After 8-Hour Standoff Albuquerque SWAT Captures Carjacking Suspects

July 30, 2015
Albuquerque police took two carjacking suspects into custody after a chase and SWAT standoff that lasted more than eight hours at a tire shop near Louisiana Boulevard and Zuni Road SE Wednesday.

Video: Albuquerque Officers to Face 2nd-Degree Murder Charges

June 22, 2015
An Albuquerque Police Department officer and a former officer will no longer face first-degree murder charges. The special prosecutor appointed to handle the shooting death of James Boyd has re-filed charges against the police officers who killed the homeless camper.

Albuquerque Officers to Face 2nd-Degree Murder Charges in Homeless Camper Shooting

June 22, 2015
An Albuquerque Police Department officer and a former officer will no longer face first-degree murder charges. The special prosecutor appointed to handle the shooting death of James Boyd has re-filed charges against the police officers who killed the homeless camper. More Here.

Video: Albuquerque PD Officer Saves Baby with CPR

June 11, 2015
Lapel video released by the Albuquerque Police Department shows an officer resuscitating an unconscious 7-month-old baby.

Albuquerque PD Officer Saves Baby with CPR

June 11, 2015
Lapel video released by the Albuquerque Police Department shows an officer resuscitating an unconscious baby, reports KOAT. Police said Officer Martin Smith was called to home in the Northeast Heights around 1 p.m. on May 14. When Smith arrived, a 7-month-old baby was unresponsive and the family was distraught. More Here.
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