Albuquerque Civilian Police Oversight Agency

Albuquerque Civilian Police Oversight Agency The CPOA receives and investigates complaints filed by individuals against the Albuquerque Police Department (APD) and its employees for misconduct.

Operating as usual

06/10/2020
www.cabq.gov

CPOA Board meeting is tomorrow June 11th, 5:00 pm. Reminder to submit all Public Comments by 4:00 pm tomorrow to the Board email: [email protected] & watch the meeting live on GovTV or YouTube.

Agenda:https://www.cabq.gov/cpoa/documents/cpoa-board-agenda-june-11-2020.pdf

06/05/2020
Mayor Tim Keller

Mayor Tim Keller

Watch: Mayor Tim Keller and police oversight officials give update on police reform, use of force policies and #8CantWait.

06/05/2020

‪This morning at 11:30 @ABQ_CPOA @EdwardHarness will join @MayorKeller to discuss use of force policies, policy development and the opportunities for public input. #CivilianOversight Also, comments on events relating to BLM protests. ‬

06/03/2020

We have heard from several concerned citizens regarding @ABQPOLICE and armed civilians interactions prior to the BLM protests earlier this week. We are investigating the matter! #oversight

Citizen's Police Academy Enrolling for Spring!Been wanting to enroll in the Citizen's Police Academy with the Albuquerqu...
01/27/2020
Citizen's Police Academy: Online Application

Citizen's Police Academy Enrolling for Spring!
Been wanting to enroll in the Citizen's Police Academy with the Albuquerque Police Department? Now is your chance! The Spring 2020 class starts Tuesday, February 25 and enrollment is now open. This 12-week course teaches citizens about the philosophy, policies and guiding principles of law enforcement, and students will receive classroom instruction, presentations and demonstrations from Narcotics, K-9, Homicide, Crime Lab and SWAT, among others.

To apply online, visit: https://www.cabq.gov/police/programs/citizen-police-academy/citizens-police-academy-online-application

Apply for an upcoming Citizen's Police Academy course.

07/12/2019

Lauren Markie please contact the CPOA at 924-3770

07/11/2018

The Board has questions. Please attend the meeting tomorrow night at 5 and share your concerns during public comment. Or submit your question to [email protected]. Thanks to @MarissaKRQE watch her story on @krqe meeting place City Council Chambers

07/11/2018

The Board has questions. Please attend the meeting tomorrow night at 5 and share your concerns during public comment. Or submit your question to [email protected]. Thanks to @ericazucco watch her story on @KOB4 meeting place City Council Chambers

07/10/2018

In light of high profile cases in the media; this Thursday at 5:00 in ABQ City Council Chambers the Police Oversight Board will question @ABQPOLICE about the designation of Detective, Investigation Teams, Training Detectives and quality of investigations. #Oversight

06/14/2018

Tonight at 5pm @ABQPOLICE will introduce its new Use of Force policy. Come join the discussion at the Police Oversight Board meeting in City Council Chambers. If you can't attend in person watch on GovTv. #Oversight @ABQ_CPOA

06/07/2018

Tune in to @KOB4 tonight so you can learn how to have input on @ABQPOLICE new Use of Force policy 2-52. That policy will be submitted to the Police Oversight Board June 14th at 5pm in the City Council Chambers. Thanks @ericazucco #Oversight

06/06/2018

Make sure to attend the June 14 POB meeting to hear about @ABQPOLICE new Use of Force policy. There will be time for public comment. The meeting is at 5:00pm in City Council chambers #oversight

Please tune in https://t.co/56zHETR7v1
06/03/2018
Erica Zucco 🇺🇸 on Twitter

Please tune in https://t.co/56zHETR7v1

“EYE ON NM- #ABQ POLICE OVERSIGHT: Talking with @ABQ_CPOA about upcoming policy reviews, work with Community Policing Councils & oversight in a time of transition. Tonight at 4:30p on @kob4.”

‪Thank you Erica Zucco for this outreach opportunity! Tune in to KOB 4 Eye on NM this Sunday, 4:30 pm to learn more abou...
05/31/2018

‪Thank you Erica Zucco for this outreach opportunity! Tune in to KOB 4 Eye on NM this Sunday, 4:30 pm to learn more about our Police Oversight Agency from Executive Director Ed Harness & POB Members Chantal and Joanne! Let us know what questions you have... ‬

Address

600 2nd St NW, # 813
Albuquerque, NM
87102

Opening Hours

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

Telephone

(505) 924-3770

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CPOA Director Harness, Contacting the Mayor of Clovis may assist your investigation into the relationship between the NM Civil Gaurd and the Albuquerque Police Department. ---------------- From this article..."Mike Morris, Clovis' mayor, said city police and New Mexico State Police have been in contact with the NM Civil Guard and Petty said his group is "following guidelines given to us by police." Petty added that the police are "completely fine with us being around. They wanted to make sure we don't look like law enforcement or military and so we're staying in plain clothes for this." https://meaww.com/amp/who-are-the-new-mexico-civil-gaurd-militia-group-center-albuquerque-shooting-statue-protests
Just a question. I live in the far NW area west of Cottonwood mall. I had a truck burglarized May 28. I am a fulltime caregiver for a paraplegic (my wife) who has often been very ill in recent months and past two years has been hospitalized often. I don't have the time to drive downtown to get a police report and be available for my wife-patient. When I talked to the Records department on the phone the woman who took my call assured me my insurance adjuster could request and get that report directly. My adjuster (AAA insurance) has repeatedly been told the report is unavailable. But when I call the Records department it is been stated that it is available. What happens when someone is travelling through from out of state and gets robbed? Do they have to drive all the way back to Albuquerque to get a police report because somehow the insurance adjuster cannot get what I am assured is available. What I am saying is that if Albuquerque records treats the local citizens this way, I can imagine people who are from out of town can never get resolution. It would be different if the patient in my home was not wheelchair and bedbound. Why is the insurance adjuster getting blown off?
I find it difficult to believe that former APD officer James Geha was just convicted of the same offenses you recommended APD officer Simon Drobek be fired and charged with. In Drobek's case corrupt COP Geier said it was a simple mistake and let him off scot free. Is it any wonder the Sheriff has to send his deputies into the city to enforce the law? APD it's Chief and the Mayor are always ready to jump in front of a camera for a photo op but are a disgrace when it comes to serving the public and enforcing the law. A disgusting disgrace. When it comes to our Mayor and crook COP criminals like Drobek win and citizens lose. APD's a joke and thank God for Sheriff Mannie.