Chicano Police Officers Association

Chicano Police Officers Association Established in 1973, the Chicano Police Officers Association promotes diversity in law enforcement. Our association is open to any salaried, full time, employed law enforcement officer (Active members), and many civilians (Associate Members.)
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CPOA Board Members:

President: Jose Carrasco
Vice President: Michael Benavidez
Treasurer: Andrea Ortiz
Secretary:
Sergeant at Arms:
Historian: Mark Aragon
By Laws Chairman:
Trustee: Michael Lopez
Trustee: Jose Carrasco
Trustee: Julie Jessen
Political Action Committee Chairman:

11/12/2019

******CPOA meeting Friday Nov 15, 2019 9AM Range Cafe I-40 @ Rio Grande Blvd NW-BE THERE!!! Plz

09/09/2019

Hello CPOA members!!! We again have tickets to UNM vs NMSU. Call board member Andrea at (505)377-8424 if you want some!!!!!

07/15/2019
Members of the CPOA...Let us know if u can make it, seats are very Limited
06/25/2019

Members of the CPOA...Let us know if u can make it, seats are very Limited

02/15/2019
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09/12/2018
RPENM - Retired Public Employees of New Mexico

PERA NEWS!!!
FROM DAN KLEIN
PERA NEWS
They going after our COLA this time. I got that directly from several inside sources at PERA. They say that State Worker and Fire board members do not want to pay more to fix their funds, they are going after everyone’s COLA instead. Urge people to join www.rpenm.org They are the only group that will work to protect our pensions / COLA. If you remember this was the same group that brought Santa Fe to a standstill back in 2004 when Richardson tried to do away with NM Retiree Healthcare. Everyone from current workers to retirees need to pay the $30 per year and join RPENM. Get on their email and phone lists so when it is time to start calling legislators we can do in en masse. If retirees don’t stand together on this issue we only will have ourselves to blame when our COLA’s disappear.
Dan
Please ask our friends who requested the PERA presentation to encourage current workers to get involved. Whereas this certainly effects us old farts, it is the current cop, secretary, city worker, fireman, etc who will really be effected. They need to get involved. Retired Employees of New Mexico www.rpenm.org represents all PERA members, current and retired. They are the only group who will lobby strictly on our behalf. PERA has tens of thousands of members (active and retired) yet only a handful are trusted to run the fund. That needs to change.

The Retired Public Employees of New Mexico (RPENM) has been serving New Mexico's retired public employees since 1962. Our membership comes from every community in New Mexico and all over the United States. Our Mission is to give a voice to all retired public employees. We provide members with valuab...

FOP members!  Check it out!!
08/11/2018

FOP members! Check it out!!

The CPOA has voted to sponsor a table- first 10 active members to advize will be able to attend this event at noon....Al...
07/15/2018
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The CPOA has voted to sponsor a table- first 10 active members to advize will be able to attend this event at noon....

Albuquerque Metropolitan Crime Stoppers Program, Inc. is a central New Mexico nonprofit organization that makes our communities safer by partnering with law enforcement and media to solicit and reward anonymous tips that stop, solve and prevent crime.
To whom it may concern :
The Board of Directors of the Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers (AMCS) Program is pleased to announce that it will be holding its Annual Heroes Luncheon this year on July 27, 2018. We are honoring Albuquerque Police Department Officer Ryan Holets and Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office, Fugitive Apprehension and Surveillance Team (FAST) members Sgt. Justin Kimbrough, Detectives, David Booth, Luke Edwards, Joaquin Rodriguez, Lorenzo Mora, Charles Lill, and John Barricklow for their service in protecting our communities from harm and for their courage under fire while in the line of duty.
The Crime Stoppers program started in July of 1976 when two individuals shot and killed a young man. The young man was just twenty-one years of age, a University of New Mexico student, working at a small gas station in Albuquerque. Detectives worked tirelessly to gather information to assist in the apprehension of the suspect(s). A young APD Detective by the name of Greg MacAleese approached a local TV station and asked if he could reenact the crime for one of the station’s newscasts. The Detective sought to reach any eyewitnesses to this crime. Based on this reenactment on the evening news, a call came in with pertinent information. Two offenders were ultimately apprehended. Once the Detectives had received the caller’s tip, it took just hours to solve the murder. And, thus was the birth of Crime Stoppers.
The Crime Stoppers program was designed to assist law enforcement, but is not part of law enforcement. Crime Stoppers callers remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers establishes a system of providing cash rewards for information leading to an arrest for the commission of a crime.
We greatly appreciate your support for this event by way of a sponsorship at some level. This is an opportunity for us to recognize these heroes and thank them for their service to our community. It is also a fundraising event for the AMCS program. Your sponsorship this year will go a long way to help ensure the success of the program and make our communities safer.
I am providing you with the list of sponsorship levels and hope you can support us as a sponsor. You may purchase a sponsorship on line at CrimeStoppersNM.com, or mail your completed form and check to: AMCS c/o Jeanne Sturtevant at 11404 Woodmar Lane NE, Albuquerque, N.M. 87111
The event is scheduled to start at 12:00 noon on Friday, July 27, 2018, at the Tanoan Country Club, 10801 Academy Road NE, Albuquerque, NM, 87111. I hope to see you there. Thank you for taking the time to consider my request; I know you are very busy. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Board Member Rebecca Garcia at (505) 459-5255.
Respectfully
Chairwoman Michelle Miranda
AMCS Board Member
Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers 2018 Sponsorship Levels

Chief’s Level - $2,500:

➢ Full screen ad on PowerPoint at event
➢ Tabling opportunity outside event
➢ Recognition as Chief’s Sponsor during program
➢ Literature drop on table
➢ Logo placed in program
➢ Website acknowledgement for one full year
➢ Face book posting with public acknowledgement
➢ 10 tickets (1 table) at the event

Deputy Chief’s Level - $1,500:

➢ Full screen ad on PowerPoint at event
➢ Recognition as Deputy Chief Sponsor during program
➢ Literature drop on table
➢ Logo placed in program
➢ Website acknowledgement for one full year
➢ Face book posting with public acknowledgement
➢ 10 tickets (1 table) at the event

​Commander’s Level - $750:

➢ Logo placement on PowerPoint at event
➢ Recognition as Commander Sponsor during program
➢ Logo placement in program
➢ Website acknowledgement for one full year
➢ Face book posting with public acknowledgement
➢ 10 tickets (1 table) at the event

Table Sponsor - $300:

➢ Logo placement on PowerPoint at event
➢ Logo placement in program
➢ Website acknowledgement for one full year
➢ Face book posting with public acknowledgement
➢ 10 tickets (1 table) at the event



THE FACTS ABOUT CRIME STOPPERS

Nearly everyone has heard of Crime Stoppers, but most people don’t know a great deal about the program – what it is and how it works. Here are some of the most common questions and answers.
What exactly is Crime Stoppers?
Crime Stoppers is a community organization that solicits anonymous tips about crimes and criminals, and then pays small rewards when tips lead police to make an arrest. Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers serves Bernalillo, Sandoval, Valencia, and Torrance Counties.
Where did Crime Stoppers come from?
Crime Stoppers originated right here in Albuquerque in 1976 after a senseless, brutal murder. It has grown to include more than 1200 programs in some 24 countries. Over 1.25 million cases have been solved worldwide!
Isn’t Crime Stoppers part of law enforcement?
No, we are a private, non-profit organization that receives no tax dollars for its work. Crime Stoppers aids law enforcement but is not part of law enforcement.
So how is Crime Stoppers funded?
Crime Stoppers is largely dependent on financial support from individuals and businesses within our community. We are a 501(c)(3) organization.
How are tips submitted and how do they remain anonymous?
We accept tips by phone, e-mail, and text. As long as the published tip number, e-mail link, or text address is used, tips are passed through a software program that masks all sender information. Although veteran detectives receive the tips, the sender’s identity is unknown. We want your information, not your name!
How much are rewards?
Rewards range from $25 to $1000. They are paid in cash and kept small to insure that callers can remain anonymous. Every reward is approved by the Board of Directors – community members who oversee the program and work to raise funds.
How can I help?
Donations are always needed! Checks can be mailed to PO Box 35207, Albuquerque, NM 87176 ; or visit our website www.crimestoppersnm.com to make a secure credit card donation. You can even designate some or all of your United Way giving to Albuquerque Metropolitan Crime Stoppers. To learn more about us, call to arrange a presentation for your business or organization.

Crime Stoppers is a community organization that solicits anonymous tips about crimes and criminals, and then pays small rewards when tips lead police to make an arrest. Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers serves Bernalillo, Sandoval, Valencia, and Torrance Counties.

2018 DC Officer Memorial Raffle for sale-Honor our Heros!!
01/12/2018

2018 DC Officer Memorial Raffle for sale-Honor our Heros!!

12/09/2017
Members of CPOA, we have tickets to this game against the Aggies on 9/9 for you if you want to reserve your tickets call...
08/29/2017

Members of CPOA, we have tickets to this game against the Aggies on 9/9 for you if you want to reserve your tickets call or text Andrea Ortiz @ (505) 377-8424.... Thx Mike Michael Benavidez

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01/25/2017

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01/18/2017

FOP Albuquerque Lodge #1
Matanza
Super Bowl Party!
Come out and enjoy
Food, Fun, and Football!
Chief Joe Polisar will be using his La Caja China (Matanza) to roast a pig!
(Plus Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, and the works)
We need all Members, Guests, Law Enforcement members to Join us for an afternoon of reminiscing with old friends and meeting new friends
Sunday February 5, 2017
FOP Albuquerque Lodge #1
4120 Cutler NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110
Lounge opens at 2:00 pm
Food will be ready by 4:00pm
Game Starts at 4:30
A $10.00 donation for each person attending will help cover the cost of food and a drink.

“Are you or someone you know going through the prospect of divorce or any other family-related issues? Family law issues...
01/18/2017

“Are you or someone you know going through the prospect of divorce or any other family-related issues? Family law issues can be some of the most difficult situations anyone can face, especially around the holidays. We urge you not to go at it alone. Edna Frances Sprague, with Atkinson & Kelsey, P.A. and previously Deputy District Attorney in the felony domestic violence division at the DA’s office in Albuquerque, has worked closely with law enforcement-specific cases and can help you navigate through the rough waters of it all.

Edna can be reached at (505)883-3070.
http://www.atkinsonkelsey.com/Edna-Frances-Sprague.shtml

01/11/2017

A long time ago in an assessment far far away!

Come on by! Food prizes, 50/50,music great people here till midnight,,,,
11/12/2016

Come on by! Food prizes, 50/50,music great people here till midnight,,,,

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11/07/2016

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11/06/2016

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11/05/2016

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10/29/2016

CPOA meeting this Thursday November 3, 2016, 530pm. Location is the Fraternal Order Of Police Albuquerque Lodge 1 at 4120 Cutler Ave NE.

10/21/2016

To our Brothers and Sisters,

Just a reminder bring your kids or grandkids by tomorrow (21st October 2016) at 6:30 pm for the pumpkin carving. Then Saturday (October 22nd 2016) at 6:30 pm will be the pumpkin glow.

Mark D. Manary
President
FOP
Albuquerque Lodge # 1

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10/20/2016

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06/25/2015

CPOA board meeting 6:00PM BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse tonight 6/25!

Albuquerque Police Department
01/05/2015

Albuquerque Police Department

DWI Officer Golson is a 31-year veteran of the Albuquerque Police Department. He has served in various units during his many years serving and protecting the Albuquerque community.

On Saturday morning around 2:30am he was shot three times during a traffic stop. He is currently hospitalized, and will continue on his road to recovery with his wife, children, loved ones, and law enforcement family close by his side.

10/31/2014

Greetings Friends and family,

JOIN US FOR HERO'S DAY AT THE UNM FOOTBALL STADIUM!
NOVEMBER 8th, 2014

FREE Tailgate Event (Food & Drinks Provided courtesy of the APOA, CPOA & local Fire 244) at 12pm there will be Jumpers, Face Painting and Activities for the Children
& then join us for Game Time @ 5pm

Ticket Price for the Game: $FREE For Member
Half OFF for Family Members!

Look for our banners in the Howl Zone in the west parking lots of the stadium!

10/21/2014

OK folks our board met with several political candidates over the past several weeks and here is our list of endorsements.

Allen Weh - U.S. Senate

Patricio Ruiloba - State Representative District 12
Paul Pacheco - State Representative District 23

Brett Loveless - 2nd Judicial District Court Judge

Cristina Jaramillo - Metro Court Judge Division 3
Jill Martinez - Metro Court Judge Division 8
Michelle Castillo Dowler - Metro Court Judge Division 13

Please remember to vote early currently happening till November 1st or go to your polling place on November 4th 2014 and support these friends and family of the CPOA.

09/27/2014

Hello all, one of the judges we endorsed, Brett Loveless, has invited us all to an election rally on October 1st 2014 @ 105 14th St SW, from 11am till 2pm. There will signs, tshirts, and food from Garcia's Kitchen!

Loveless is running for re-election to the Second Judicial District Court. If available go give him some support!

Address

625 Silver Ave SE, Ste 200
Albuquerque, NM
87102

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