Northwest Area Command Hosts “Coffee With a Cop” This Tuesday, January 24th


The officers of the Northwest Area Command are hosting “Coffee with a Cop” this Tuesday, January 24 at 9:00 a.m., Donut Mart, 3301 Coors NW. This is a great opportunity to ask questions, share concerns, and enjoy a complimentary cup of joe! For more information, visit:

Bernalillo County “Take A Ride on Us” Offers Uber Discount Code for the Holidays

The Bernalillo County Department of Behavioral Health Services, Cumulus Media, the New Mexico Department of Transportation, and Whitener Law Firm, announce details for a safe ride option for holiday party weekend celebrations. The Take a Ride on Us campaign is offering 1,000 rides, Friday through Sunday, beginning on Tuesday, Dec. 2, at noon through Sunday, Dec. 18, at midnight. Participants can redeem the Uber code PARTY22 to get the discount. Each code is good for 2 rides per person, $10 off per ride. The credit can only be used for rides and not Uber Eats, and the discount doesn’t cover tip.

Speed Enforcement Warnings Begin April 25th

Starting Monday, April 25, warnings will be issued for vehicles speeding through automated speed enforcement areas. If you receive a warning, no action is required.  Starting Wednesday, May 25, vehicles speeding through automated enforcement areas will receive a $100 ticket citation. To learn more, visit:

Albuquerque Community Safety Department (ACS) Invites Public to Forum at Proposed New Headquarters

The Albuquerque Community Safety Department (ACS) invites the public to an informational forum this Thursday, April 14 at 5:00 p.m. at César Chávez Community Center, 7505 Kathryn SE. The forum will include an overview of the work ACS does, a presentation on the proposed headquarters building for ACS, and much more. For additional information, visit:

Virtual Panel Discussion on Domestic Violence Sheds Light on Important Public Health Topic

In support of October being National Domestic Violence Awareness month, the New Mexico Crisis and Access Line is hosting an online panel conversation on October 9th that will focus on understanding and addressing domestic and intimate partner violence (DV/IPV) and addiction. Topics will include the signs, symptoms, and definitions of each, and training will be offered on how to recognize the signs and symptoms of DV/IPV, how to understand the dynamics of DV/IPV and the role of addiction, and find resources for those who need help. To sign up for this important panel discussion, visit: