Albuquerque Public Schools Police Department

Albuquerque Public Schools Police Department This is the Official page for the Albuquerque Public Schools Police Department. https://www.aps.edu/police This page is not monitored 24/7, Call 911 for emergencies Twitter @aps_pd Instagram @APSPD

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Mission: Mission Statement: The primary mission of the APS Police Department is to create and maintain a safe and secure educational climate for all students and staff members. This will be accomplished through the protection of life and property; the resolution of conflict and pro-actively reducing the opportunities for the commission of crimes on all APS property.

Operating as usual

05/15/2020
National Fraternal Order of Police

National Fraternal Order of Police

While we cannot come together this year to draw strength from one another, it is absolutely imperative that we honor the sacrifice made by our fallen heroes and ensure that the families left behind never walk alone. Join us on May 15th at 11:00 A.M. EST as we pay special tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of their communities. #FOPFALLEN20

Thank you for being there for us!
04/13/2020

Thank you for being there for us!

Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers
04/06/2020

Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers

#CRIMEOFTHEWEEK - Theft

PLEASE SHARE: Sometime between Friday March 20th and Sunday March 22nd, this unknown male stole card readers from Montessori on the Rio Grande Charter School, located at 1650 Gabaldon Rd NW. The card readers are used to gain entry into the school.

If you know who this male is or have any information call Crime Stoppers (505) 843-STOP or submit an anonymous tip at P3tips.com. Albuquerque Public Schools Police Department

You could be eligible for a CASH REWARD

Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers
04/06/2020

Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers

#CRIMEOFTHEWEEK - Burglary

PLEASE SHARE: On February 18, 2020 and April 4, 2020, these unidentified individuals broke into the Berna Facio Professional Development Center located at Louisiana Blvd NE and Comanche Rd NE. Albuquerque Public Schools Police Department

If you know who these individuals are or have any information call Crime Stoppers (505) 843-STOP or submit anonymous tips at P3tips.com.

You could be eligible for a CASH REWARD.

03/13/2020
Congratulations are in order for APS PD's newest crop of supervisors! Congratulations Sgt C. Marquez, Sgt R. Griego, w/L...
03/11/2020

Congratulations are in order for APS PD's newest crop of supervisors!
Congratulations Sgt C. Marquez, Sgt R. Griego, w/Lt Debra Romero, Sgt K. Salazar, and Sgt C. Griego

01/09/2020
APS PD officers participated in Cops for Kids along with our colleagues from neighboring agencies. Officers were partner...
12/09/2019

APS PD officers participated in Cops for Kids along with our colleagues from neighboring agencies. Officers were partnered with a child and enjoyed breakfast, pictures with Santa, and shopping! @APS_PD

Happy Thanksgiving to our family, friends and followers!
11/28/2019

Happy Thanksgiving to our family, friends and followers!

11/11/2019
11/04/2019
10/24/2019
Albuquerque Police Department

If you are the victim of domestic violence, child abuse, or sexual assault the City of Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center can help with a safe setting to assist in addressing and overcoming the trauma of their experience and break the cycle of violence that destroys families.

#DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth

APD works hand in hand with the City of Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center to provide resources a victim of domestic violence or any crisis might have.
Resources are available at:
www.cabq.gov/albuquerque-family-advocacy-center
or by calling 505-243-2333
#DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth

Safer New Mexico Now
10/22/2019

Safer New Mexico Now

It's National Teen Driver Safety Week. Remember, it doesn’t matter what type of car you drive — the rules of the road stay the same no matter what. #TeenDrivers

10/16/2019
Albuquerque Police Department

Albuquerque Police Department

1 in 3 New Mexico women will experience domestic violence in thier lifetime. 18,000 domestic violence calls were made in 2017.
8,000 calls were made in Albuquerque. 30% of calls have a child as a witness. Nation wide 3 women are killed daily from domestic violence. Don't let your story end here. Resources are available.
For the month of October APD is asking the community to donate non-perishable food items and warm, new, or gently used clothing to any APD substation. These items will be used to assist individuals leaving crisis situations.
#APDisABQ
#DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth

Today is #ConstitutionDay. Constitution Day commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, est...
09/17/2019

Today is #ConstitutionDay. Constitution Day commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, establishing the laws and principles on which this nation thrives.

Take a moment to say thanks to everyone who takes an oath to "preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of this State and of the United States."

Today is National Police Women Day. This day was created to recognize female police officers and to promote the role of ...
09/12/2019

Today is National Police Women Day. This day was created to recognize female police officers and to promote the role of women in law enforcement. We want to say Thank You to all the women who serve with our agency as well as that of those sisters across our Country who wear the badge! Thank You for your Service!
#NationalPoliceWomensDay

To all those who ran in when others were running out, we will never forget your service and sacrifice.  #Remember911. #N...
09/11/2019

To all those who ran in when others were running out, we will never forget your service and sacrifice.
#Remember911. #NeverForget.

A friendly reminder on School Bus Safety Rules!
08/12/2019

A friendly reminder on School Bus Safety Rules!

08/12/2019
Albuquerque Police Department

Welcome Back! Please be careful out there being mindful of all school zone speed limits and safety rules!

School is back in session 📚
Here are a few safety tips to keep in mind when driving:
👀Watch for kids crossing the street
🚨Slow down in school zones
🚌Watch for school busses
Have a safe and happy school year!
#APDisABQ #OneAlbuquerque

"The more you like yourself, the less you are like anyone else, which makes you unique." ~Walt Disney
08/01/2019

"The more you like yourself, the less you are like anyone else, which makes you unique." ~Walt Disney

A number of APS schools started their new school year today. Please be careful in and around School Zones. Remember to s...
07/29/2019

A number of APS schools started their new school year today. Please be careful in and around School Zones. Remember to stop for school buses when the red flashing lights are on. #APS #BackToSchool2019

Many Students are Heading Back to School in JulySeven schools on the Alternative Calendar start on Tuesday, July 23. Eig...
07/26/2019

Many Students are Heading Back to School in July

Seven schools on the Alternative Calendar start on Tuesday, July 23. Eight schools on the Extended Year Calendar begin Monday, July 29. All other schools start on Monday, Aug. 12.
School Zone Safety Reminders!

07/10/2019
Santa Fe County Sheriff

This scam is also circulating around the Albuquerque Metro Area!

SCAM CALL ADVISORY
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The following scam call was left as a voicemail on a sheriff's office issued phone.

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Law enforcement agencies and government agencies will not call you about enforcement actions. If there is an enforcement action relative to you, you will recieve notice via the US Mail.

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Safe and Sound Schools
06/26/2019

Safe and Sound Schools

Ask your child questions about these important safety issues. Education and dialogue are so important.

#100DaysOfSafety

05/27/2019

On this Memorial Day we take time to remember and honor those who have died serving in our armed forces. We hope that however you observe this holiday that you enjoy your time with friends and family while keeping the true meaning of this day in mind.

Have a Safe and Eventful Summer! Keep Learning!
05/23/2019

Have a Safe and Eventful Summer! Keep Learning!

Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office
05/22/2019

Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff Manuel Gonzales III and all of BCSO would like to congratulate all 2019 graduates! Have a safe graduation season and keep up the great work! #ClassOf2019 #2k19 #Graduation
Albuquerque Public Schools Police Department
Albuquerque Public Schools
The University of New Mexico - UNM
CNM Central New Mexico Community College

05/22/2019
Safer New Mexico Now

Safer New Mexico Now

There's no good excuse for not wearing your seat belt. #BKLUP #ClickItOrTicket

Today we honor those who have given their lives in service of our communities. #PeaceOfficersMemorialDay
05/15/2019

Today we honor those who have given their lives in service of our communities. #PeaceOfficersMemorialDay

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Albuquerque, NM
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The Police Department for the Albuquerque Public Schools serving & protecting over 140 schools, 90,000 students and 14,000 Staff & Support . The APS Police Department is to create and maintain a safe and secure educational climate for all students and staff members. This will be accomplished through the protection of life and property; the resolution of conflict and pro-actively reducing the opportunities for the commission of crimes on all APS property.

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Families Invited to Get “Hands On” Look at Military and First-Responder Equipment on 2018 Military & First Responders Day Saturday, May 19 (10am-2pm) Albuquerque/Cottonwood Mall (10000 Coors Bypass NW) (ALBUQUERQUE, NM) – Military service branches, along with federal, state, and local first-responder agencies, will have equipment on display for2018 Military & First Responders Day on May 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Cottonwood Mall in Albuquerque, located at 10000 Coors Bypass NW in the city’s west side. Dozens of military and first-responder vehicles, helicopters, boats, and other equipment will be available to climb aboard for a “hands on” look. Uniformed service members, law enforcement and first-responder personnel will also be there to meet and greet attendees. This free family-friendly event is presented by the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services (DVS) and the Cottonwood Mall to provide an opportunity for the public to meet military and first-responder personnel--and learn how they serve and protect the citizens of New Mexico. Additionally, “bounce houses,” food trucks, vendors, and many more activities and displays will also be on-site to add to the fun and enjoyment for the whole family. For more information, contact DVS Outreach Coordinator Joseph Dorn at [email protected] or (505) 383-2414.
Albuquerque Public Schools Police Department i wanted to be a police officer but cerebral palsy palsy prevents me from doing so instead i collect patchs may i please add your patch to my collection thanks Robbie
From Emily Fitzgerald, Jr rifle shooter with Valencia Co 4h Shooting Sports, NM. The Friends of the NRA helps fund grants to cover equipment, pellets, ammo for Junior shooters in New Mexico. Let's keep shooting sports going by supporting our juniors! Hi everyone! My teammates and I are helping the Friends of the NRA sell tickets for the upcoming banquet on September 30th. The banquet helps raise money for junior shooters all over New Mexico. Below is pictures of the information as well as tickets. There are tickets to attend the banquet which are $45 a piece or $500 for a table of 10 (great for any businesses!). There are also raffle tickets ($20) where you can win a rifle and don't have to be present! The banquet is a lot of fun and the possibilities of winning a gun is great! You can message me on Facebook or call/text me for tickets. We also do credit cards! We will deliver the tickets. My number is 505-702-2023
My niece Esmeralda Hernandez lives in Albuquerque with her mom, she is a Special Needs girl who needs her medications!! She has been missing since 10:30 pm last night!! please share this with everyone you know!! contact my sister Joann Gonzalez 15058188213and let her know if you see her!! Thank you in advance for your help!!!