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Operating as usual

Out with The SWAT Team as they are getting ready to train with the Metro Air Unit.
06/03/2017

Out with The SWAT Team as they are getting ready to train with the Metro Air Unit.

05/13/2017

Recruiting out at the Annual Metro Public Safety Day, talking to potential applicants and meeting citizens from around the metro area....

05/08/2017

The Recruiters were out at the Albuquerque Isotopes Public Safety Appreciation Day, recruiting and meeting wonder fans of all ages!!!!

05/06/2017

Take a look at BCSO's new Recruiting vehicle!!!!

Deputy Gilliam and Deputy Maltby are out at the National Citizens' Police Academy Association Conference this week learn...
04/26/2017

Deputy Gilliam and Deputy Maltby are out at the National Citizens' Police Academy Association Conference this week learning, networking and promoting the BCSO Citizens' Academy to different Agencies and groups from around the county..... If you are interested in our Citizens Academy look for our next class this Fall on our website and social media pages.

Come out and meet the BCSO Recruiters at the Truck-A-Palooza in Civic Plaza today.... Learn about becoming a Sheriff's D...
04/23/2017

Come out and meet the BCSO Recruiters at the Truck-A-Palooza in Civic Plaza today.... Learn about becoming a Sheriff's Deputy!!!

These kids may be the BCSO Deputies of the future, but you can join our family today!!! What are you waiting for? Apply ...
04/23/2017

These kids may be the BCSO Deputies of the future, but you can join our family today!!! What are you waiting for? Apply online for Cadet Class 39, and start your career now!!!

Come out tomorrow and meet the BCSO Recruiters at the Truck-A-Palooza in downtown Albuquerque. Learn about the Sheriff's...
04/22/2017

Come out tomorrow and meet the BCSO Recruiters at the Truck-A-Palooza in downtown Albuquerque. Learn about the Sheriff's Department and apply for Cadet Class 39!!! What are you waiting for?

The Deputies from Cadet Class #35 are out patrolling the streets of Bernalillo County, and are waiting for you to join t...
04/21/2017

The Deputies from Cadet Class #35 are out patrolling the streets of Bernalillo County, and are waiting for you to join them in keeping our community safe! What are you waiting for? Apply today and join the elite Law Enforcement Agency in New Mexico!!!

BCSO is looking for people who want to protect their community, keep their streets safe and make their families proud! W...
04/20/2017

BCSO is looking for people who want to protect their community, keep their streets safe and make their families proud! What are you waiting for? Join our team! Join our family! Apply today!

Earn your Gold Star today!!!! BCSO is now looking for qualified applicants who want to serve their community and earn th...
04/16/2017

Earn your Gold Star today!!!! BCSO is now looking for qualified applicants who want to serve their community and earn their gold star!!! Join today! Apply online for Cadet Class #39.....

The Sheriff's Deparment is now acceppting applications for Cadet Class #39!!! Join today!!! Apply on line, testing start...
04/15/2017

The Sheriff's Deparment is now acceppting applications for Cadet Class #39!!! Join today!!! Apply on line, testing starts in May.

The BCSO Recruiters will be at the Ladies Night Career Fair located at Sportsman's Warehouse tomorrow night from 5:00 to...
04/06/2017

The BCSO Recruiters will be at the Ladies Night Career Fair located at Sportsman's Warehouse tomorrow night from 5:00 to 8:00.... Come out and meet Deputy Garcia and Deputy Maltby, learn about new career opportunities with the Sheriff's Department and have fun shopping at Sportsman's..... Now Hiring for Cadet Class 39!!!

Timeline Photos
04/21/2016

Timeline Photos

10 years ago on this day the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department lost a great Deputy..... Some of us lost a good frie...
03/22/2016

10 years ago on this day the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department lost a great Deputy..... Some of us lost a good friend and squad mate..... "Gone but never Forgotten "

Gone but Never Forgotten .....
03/04/2016

Gone but Never Forgotten .....

01/04/2016

BCSO Recruiting presents Cadet Class #36 working through the "Grind." www.go-bcso.com

11/30/2015

The Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department would like to thank its past and current military members that allowed us to post their photos and information on the Recruiting page as we seek to honor our military members during the month of November..... It should be noted that there are more than 85 Sworn Deputies with BCSO that have either served or are currently serving in the military……

Thank you for your continued and relentless service to your Country and our County……

Rodney proudly served 4 ½ years in the United Sates Maine Corps with the 2nd Battalion 5th Marines. He deployed for 7 mo...
11/25/2015

Rodney proudly served 4 ½ years in the United Sates Maine Corps with the 2nd Battalion 5th Marines.

He deployed for 7 months in operations Desert Storm/Desert Shield where he received the Defense Service Medal with a combat action ribbon, the Navy Unit Commendation Medal, and was also awarded several other commendations during the deployment.

In 1991 Rodney was awarded the Humanitarian Medal for his actions and efforts in Support of Operation Sea Angel after the cyclone in Bangladesh.

He too extended his service time to deploy with his unit once they had received orders to go into Somalia in support of Operation Restore Hope.

His tour ended and he was Honorably Discharged in 1994. Rodney then began his career in law enforcement which spanned 23 years as a Police Officer w/over 14 years assigned to the Explosive Detection K9 Division out of St. Louis, Missouri.

Rodney retired from the St. Louis Police Department in 2013 and moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico. He currently serves The Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department as our Background Investigator.

Deputy  Cash is a retired US Navy SCPO with 23 years of active duty service specializing in Combat Search and Rescue. Se...
11/24/2015

Deputy Cash is a retired US Navy SCPO with 23 years of active duty service specializing in Combat Search and Rescue. Served most of career in a Joint Service Environment. Specific military accomplishments include Pacific Fleet Combat Search and Rescue Program Manager, Special Weapons and Tactics Instructor, Peter Tomich Distinguished Senior Enlisted Leadership Award, Joint Special Operations Leadership and Management Instructor, Instructor/Aircrewman of the Year. Senior Chief Cash performed over 300 combat missions and accumulated over 5000 flight hours in support of combat operations. Deputy Cash joined the Sheriff's Department in 2010 and has worked in several areas, including the Patrol Division, with the Emergency Response Unit and as a Detective with the Crises Intervention Unit.

Deputy Cash is a retired US Navy SCPO with 23 years of active duty service specializing in Combat Search and Rescue. Served most of career in a Joint Service Environment. Specific military accomplishments include Pacific Fleet Combat Search and Rescue Program Manager, Special Weapons and Tactics Instructor, Peter Tomich Distinguished Senior Enlisted Leadership Award, Joint Special Operations Leadership and Management Instructor, Instructor/Aircrewman of the Year. Senior Chief Cash performed over 300 combat missions and accumulated over 5000 flight hours in support of combat operations. Deputy Cash joined the Sheriff's Department in 2010 and has worked in several areas, including the Patrol Division, with the Emergency Response Unit and as a Detective with the Crises Intervention Unit.

Robin Hopkins served in the United States Marine Corps 1988-1990 at Tustin Air Base California, assigned to Food Service...
11/23/2015

Robin Hopkins served in the United States Marine Corps 1988-1990 at Tustin Air Base California, assigned to Food Service.
She then served in the USMC Reserves 1990-1996 as a Motor Transportation Driver, 6th Bulk Fuel PHX AZ.
In 2009 Robin missed serving in the military and reenlisted in the New Mexico Air National Guard, currently serving as a Technical Sergeant on Kirkland AFB with the 150th Security Forces Squadron.
Robin has been a Deputy Sheriff almost 18 years. She is currently assigned as the Public Safety Director for the Village of Los Ranchos.
It took Robin almost two years to return to full duty after being critically injured.
She credits her return to work because of the support of the community, friends and family, LEO’s, the National Guard and countless other people who supported her recovery.

Deputy Sears joined the Marine Corps in late 1982, he retired in 2004 as a Gunnery Sergeant, he proudly served with 1st ...
11/20/2015

Deputy Sears joined the Marine Corps in late 1982, he retired in 2004 as a Gunnery Sergeant, he proudly served with 1st and 3rd Marine division and 31st MEU (SOC) 1st recruit training BN San Diego CA, during this time he was assigned to the training and Education Command in Quantico VA. His assignments ranged from forward observer/forward air controller, team leader, squad leader, vehicle commander, platoon sergeant, weapons platoon commander, fire support coordinator, drill instructor, and Marine security guard .He too served as the Company Gunny. Deputy Sears joined BCSO in 2004 as Patrol Deputy, and now serves as a SWAT operator/sniper, and a range master at the firing range.

Deputy Cornell served in the United States Air Force from 1993 to 1997 and left the service at a rank of E-4. He was a A...
11/19/2015

Deputy Cornell served in the United States Air Force from 1993 to 1997 and left the service at a rank of E-4. He was a Aircraft Pnuedraulics System Specialist on H53 Helicopters and C130 Cargo Planes.... He became a Deputy with BCSO in 2012 and has worked in a patrol function since then. He is also a member of the Crises Intervention Team.....

In the final week of instruction the class learns about Defensive Tactics and how our deputies can take individuals into...
11/18/2015

In the final week of instruction the class learns about Defensive Tactics and how our deputies can take individuals into custody without injuring that person. After spending some time on the DT mats, the class went back into the class room where they met deputies from BCSO's K-9 Unit and got to watch the deputy and canine interaction as well as live demonstrations..... This was a great way to end the 14 weeks of instruction.....

Thank you Class 5 for your wonderful participation, and thank you to all of our awesome instructors.

See everyone at class graduation next Teusday

In the final week of instruction the class learns about Defensive Tactics and how our deputies can take individuals into custody without injuring that person. After spending some time on the DT mats, the class went back into the class room where they met deputies from BCSO's K-9 Unit and got to watch the deputy and canine interaction as well as live demonstrations..... This was a great way to end the 14 weeks of instruction.....

Thank you Class 5 for your wonderful participation, and thank you to all of our awesome instructors.

See everyone at class graduation next Teusday

Deputy Thevenet served in the United States Army and retired as a Colonel after 34 years of service to his country. Whil...
11/18/2015

Deputy Thevenet served in the United States Army and retired as a Colonel after 34 years of service to his country. While in the Army Deputy Thevenet lead Infantry Units, worked in Special Operations and Air Defense Artillery. After retiring from the Army Deputy Thevenet served the City of Albuquerque for 20 years with APD before he retired from that department and started working for BCSO. Deputy Thevenet has been on patrol with BCSO for the past eight years......

Deputy Hunter served in the USMC Reserve from 2000 - 2008 with Delta Company 4th Recon BN. He deployed to Iraq in 2005 a...
11/17/2015

Deputy Hunter served in the USMC Reserve from 2000 - 2008 with Delta Company 4th Recon BN. He deployed to Iraq in 2005 and served as an infantryman with Lima Company 25th Marine Regiment. Deputy Hunter graduated just last year from the BCSO Acadmey Class 35, and is currenty on patrol duties and loving this work.....

Durning the month of November, the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department will highlight its members who proudly served ...
11/16/2015

Durning the month of November, the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department will highlight its members who proudly served or are still currently serving in the United States Military.....

Thank you for your service to this Country and this County.

Sheriff Manuel Gonzales III served in the United States Marine Corps from 1981 to 1985. After his military service he had a 21-year career with the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office, where he served in a variety of positions over years, including patrolman, sergeant, lieutenant, captain, and nine years on BCSO Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT Team).

This week we started by thanking our class members who proudly served our Country in the United States Military. We also...
11/11/2015

This week we started by thanking our class members who proudly served our Country in the United States Military. We also had a special guest, Denise Benavidez from the FOP Auxiliary come and speak to the class about National Police Week and the Police Memorial in Washington D.C. The class also learned about our Crises Intervention Team and the BCSO S.O.R.T. Unit....

This week we started by thanking our class members who proudly served our Country in the United States Military. We also had a special guest, Denise Benavidez from the FOP Auxiliary come and speak to the class about National Police Week and the Police Memorial in Washington D.C. The class also learned about our Crises Intervention Team and the BCSO S.O.R.T. Unit....

This is a great article that was posted on the Caliber Press website, and was written by retired BCSO Deputy Kevin Sheld...
11/11/2015

This is a great article that was posted on the Caliber Press website, and was written by retired BCSO Deputy Kevin Sheldahl.

This is a great article that was posted on the Caliber Press website, and was written by retired BCSO Deputy Kevin Sheldahl.

Last night members from the citizens acadmey received training and earned a CPR certification..... Another great program...
11/05/2015

Last night members from the citizens acadmey received training and earned a CPR certification..... Another great program offered to the participants of the citizens academy.

Last night members from the citizens acadmey received training and earned a CPR certification..... Another great program offered to the participants of the citizens academy.

This week the class had some great food to eat while they learned about the Field Services Division, and what patrol dep...
11/04/2015

This week the class had some great food to eat while they learned about the Field Services Division, and what patrol deputies have to do on a day to day basis. They also learned about the Internal Affairs Division and its specific role in the Sheriff's Department, before they concluded their night listening to the departments Forensic Psychologist.....

This week the class had some great food to eat while they learned about the Field Services Division, and what patrol deputies have to do on a day to day basis. They also learned about the Internal Affairs Division and its specific role in the Sheriff's Department, before they concluded their night listening to the departments Forensic Psychologist.....

Timeline Photos
11/03/2015

Timeline Photos

Today the BCSO Cadet Class# 36 stood side-by-side with the APD and State Police cadets in the car wash fundraising event...
11/01/2015

Today the BCSO Cadet Class# 36 stood side-by-side with the APD and State Police cadets in the car wash fundraising event that was set up to help Officer Webster's family..... The support that was received by all of the agencies involved and the outstanding members of this community was amazing..... Please continue to keep Officer Webster's family in your thoughts and in your hearts.....

Today the BCSO Cadet Class# 36 stood side-by-side with the APD and State Police cadets in the car wash fundraising event that was set up to help Officer Webster's family..... The support that was received by all of the agencies involved and the outstanding members of this community was amazing..... Please continue to keep Officer Webster's family in your thoughts and in your hearts.....

Deputies from the Sheriff's Department were at Civic Plaza today handing out candy and participating in the Bernalillo C...
10/30/2015

Deputies from the Sheriff's Department were at Civic Plaza today handing out candy and participating in the Bernalillo Count Trick or Treat fundraising event that supports the United Way...

Deputies from the Sheriff's Department were at Civic Plaza today handing out candy and participating in the Bernalillo Count Trick or Treat fundraising event that supports the United Way...

Timeline Photos
10/30/2015

Timeline Photos

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415 Tijeras Ave NW, Fl 4th
Albuquerque, NM
87102

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Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

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(505) 804-0000

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I am glad there is less thieves in Abq. Awesome Job. Repeat with all thieves or cut off their hands. NO Jail! Sorry for my Honesty
To bad most of the cops that u hire have a a complex of them being better then you and they are just doing there job. They got picked on in high school so now they want to show who is in charge and to give them respect because they have a badge they can lie and profile it's about being a good cop just go on a ride along to see how it is that they use there position to have a power trip . remember they always we say we don't pull people over because of how ur vehicle looks it's because u broke the law that we break everyday to help the community. Cops are not always what they seem to be they are as human as we are but they can do what they want tho as long as they have a badge they can lie.