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N.M. Cops Fatally Shoot Suicidal Man

April 11, 2012

An Albuquerque (N.M.) Police Department tactical officer ended a confrontation with a suicidal man who was approaching homes on foot while holding a gun to his head.

Video: Albuquerque Chief Fires Cops In Kicking Video

November 17, 2011
Surveillance video from a parking garage shows an Albuquerque (N.M.) Police officer kicking a suspect in the head while a second officer holds him on the ground. The officers were fired Wednesday.

Albuquerque Kicking Incident

November 16, 2011

Albuquerque (N.M.) Police Officer Robert Woolever held a suspected car thief on the ground in a parking garage, while officer John Doyle kicked the man in the head several times during an Feb. 13 arrest.

Albuquerque PD Orders 100 Remington 870 Shotguns

October 27, 2011
The Albuquerque Police Department has ordered another 100 Remington Model 870 Police Magnum shotguns that feature an 18- inch barrel, parkerized metal finish, black synthetic stock and low-profile sight system.

Video: N.M. Cop's On-Body Cam Captures Deadly Force

July 28, 2011
An Albuquerque (N.M.) Police officer's lapel video camera captured an enraged, knife-wielding suspect who shook off two TASER shots before forcing the officer to use deadly force.

On-Body Cam Captures N.M. Police Shooting

July 28, 2011

Albuquerque (N.M.) Police Officer Damian Lujan's on-body video camera captured his use of deadly force after responding to a DV call. Read the full news story.

N.M. Officer Tweeted About Pistol Whippings

June 17, 2011
The Albuquerque (N.M.) Police Department is investigating one of its detectives for tweets where he discussed pistol whipping and killing Muslims.

New Mexico Cop Disciplined for Facebook Posting

April 7, 2011
Albuquerque Police Officer Trey Economidy was placed on desk duty after his description of his job as "human waste disposal" came to light following an officer-involved shooting.

Albuquerque Reinstates Take-Home Patrol Vehicles

February 1, 2011
In exchange for revisions to the take-home car program, the APOA gave up retention bonuses for veteran officers (costing about $750,000 annually), loan reimbursements (costing $83,000), and mortgage incentives for signing a seven-year commitment (costing $98,000).

Albuquerque PD Responds to Critics of Shooting Policy

June 16, 2010
"New Mexico is consistently in the top ten of the states with the highest number of assaults on police officers," said Albuquerque Chief Public Safety Officer Darren White.

Albuquerque PD Criticized by Public for Officer-Involved Shootings

June 15, 2010
Seven officer-involved shootings in the first six months of the year has people questioning the Albuquerque Police Department's tactics.

N.M. Police ID 11 of 12 Bodies Found In Mass Grave

November 19, 2009
Albuquerque police have identified the 11th of 12 victims found in a makeshift grave in February, a 15-year-old runaway last seen in the Denver area in 2004, 9news.com reports.

Albuquerque Police Recruits Hit by H1N1 Flu

August 25, 2009
The usually bustling Albuquerque police academy looked like a ghost town for a time this week. Twelve of the 22 cadets were hit with respiratory infections. When tests of the 12 cadets came back two tested positive for the H1N1 virus.

Wave of Sickness Hits Albuquerque PD Academy

August 20, 2009
More than half of the cadets training to become Albuquerque police officers are sick this week, due to an upper respiratory condition that has brought their training to a temporary halt.

Police Identify Bodies Found in New Mexico Desert

March 12, 2009
On Wednesday, police released the names of Cinnamon Elks and Julie Nieto. Nieto was the sixth victim found on the mesa near 118th and Dennis Chavez SW; Elks was the eighth. The Office of the Medical Investigator used dental and medical records to identify the women's remains.

Police Still Excavating, Investigating "Largest Crime Scene in Albuquerque History"

March 2, 2009
One month ago today, a woman walking her dog on the far Southwest Mesa in Albuquerque made a discovery that has led to a massive, multi-agency investigation into the deaths of 13.

Albuquerque PD's Strategic Outreach Teams

June 1, 2008

Tony, a chronically homeless man, lived in Albuquerque's Civic Plaza—also known as Concrete Park—and was well known by police and aid workers alike. Not because he was a problem citizen; Tony's behavior rarely generated any complaints. Instead, the Albuquerque (N.M.) Police Department often received calls from citizens who were worried about the friendly man's welfare.

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