Santa Fe Police Department

  • Agency: Santa Fe Police Department
  • Address: 2515 Camino Entrada, Santa Fe, 87507 NM
  • Chief: Eric Johnson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 505-428-3710

Santa Fe Police Department is located at 2515 Camino Entrada, Santa Fe, 87507 NM. The Chief of Police of the department is Eric Johnson. The Santa Fe Police Department phone number is 505-428-3710.

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"Baby it's cold outside.." even for your pets.. help them survive the deep freeze that's going on now.. Free Straw & Cold-Weather Tips for Pets Thanks to a generous donation from Animal Protection of New Mexico, the City of Santa Fe Animal Services is grateful to have straw on hand for our constituents in need. This straw is to provide some warmth for your pets. It is a common misconception that dogs and cats won't get cold because of their fur. If you are cold, your companion animal is cold. Most domestic cats and dogs are not well equipped for cold weather and can easily be susceptible to frostbite and hypothermia. Straw will be dispersed by contacting Animal Services. An officer will be assigned to assess the property in need and will determine the amount of straw needed to accommodate your pets. Sufficient amounts will be left for pet owners to utilize. Contact the City of Santa Fe Animal Services (505) 955-2702, during normal working hours. Insulating with Straw If your companion animal must remain outside, straw is an inexpensive insulator that makes excellent bedding. It retains the animal's heat and evaporates moisture. Hay does not maintain these qualities. To use straw effectively, place a thick layer on the floor of your animal's shelter. Check the straw periodically for moisture and cleanliness. Switch it out when needed. The best place for any companion animal is right at home … inside your home. If at all possible, animals should be moved inside, especially during cold weather. Housing Tips Do not use fabric blankets or bedding. Once wet, they will ice over when the temperatures drop and become wet again with your animal's body heat. The shelter should be tall enough for your animal to sit upright and large enough to be able to turn around and lie down comfortably. Any smaller will cramp, any larger will prevent body heat retention. Place the shelter's entrance facing south to southeast to help protect the interior from wind, rain and snow and to maximize exposure to the sun. If the opening is uncovered, consider attaching a thick piece of rubber, doormat or carpet scrap, cut to size, to block the wind, rain and snow. Make sure the shelter is as airtight as possible. Consider using caulking and/or sealants on the outside. More Winter Tips • Check your companion animal's water bowl frequently for freezing. Consider purchasing a heater. Glass and ceramic dishes will crack and break when the water freezes. • Companion animals kept primarily outdoors, especially in cold weather, may require more food than other animals. Provide additional food to animals which spend a lot of time outside. • Don't leave an animal in a closed car in the winter. A car becomes a refrigerator and the temperature can be just as deadly as those in the summer. • Keep anti-freeze away from any animal or child's reach. Both are attracted by its sweet taste and ethylene glycol is highly poisonous. • Be aware if your animal has walked on salted or de-iced surfaces. They will lick their paws and the substances are toxic. Rinse their paws in warm water. • Check your animal's paws for balls of ice/snow that have formed between their pads. Rinse with warm water to remove. • Be aware that cats and wildlife left outside will seek the warmth and protection of a car's engine. Bang on the hood or honk the horn before starting the engine. Signs of Hypothermia • Uncontrollable shivering • Decreased heartbeat and weak pulse • Stiff muscles • Lack of coordination • Pale or blue gums If your companion animal shows any of these signs seek immediate veterinary attention.

Santa Fe Police Lt. Marvin Paulk will be on the Richard Eeds show on KTRC Radio 1260 AM and 103.7 FM this afternoon at 2 talking about Warrants and an amnesty program, a State Police Challenge and new video coming your way..

Wants and Warrants.. please call the Santa Fe Police Department at 505-428-3710 if you know the whereabouts of any of these individuals..

Fugitive of the Week, Mariah B. Valdez, for the week of January 15th, 2018. If you have any knowledge of the Subject's whereabouts, please contact the Santa Fe Police Department at (505) 428-3710 or Santa Fe Crime Stoppers (Anonymously) at (505) 955-5050. Thank you.

The Santa Fe Police Department's newest officers met the physical qualifications on Friday and start the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy later this month... Congrats officers!

Santa Fe is Solving the Opioid Crisis One Person at a Time.. Come to our last public forum in this series and learn about Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD), a nationally-proven and innovative program. Santa Fe LEAD is supported by the City of Santa Fe. Police officers divert non-violent drug offenders away from arrest to services and treatment. This translates to money saved, healthier communities and lower crime rates. January 16: LaFarge Branches: 1730 Llano St., 87505 English to Spanish translation provided! For more information, email or visit the website at

The SFPD Citizens Police Academy Class #37 graduated on Thursday January 11, 2018.. Deputy Chief Andrew Padilla, Lt. Marvin Paulk, Officer Gerald Lovato were joined by Sgt. Julie York and Deputy Robert Girmendonk of the Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office in honoring the Grads...

A man wearing a black Under Armour jacket or sweatshirt robbed a northeast Albuquerque bank on Thursday (1/11/2018) and fled in a dark sport utility vehicle. The suspect was described as a white male in his 30s or 40s, approximately 6' tall, with a heavy build. He wore sunglasses, a black Under Armour jacket or sweatshirt, a black beanie, and dark pants and shoes. At approximately 1:55 p.m., the suspect walked into Los Alamos National Bank, located at 7445 Pan American Fwy NE. He displayed a handgun and demanded money from a teller, who handed over an undisclosed amount of cash to the suspect. The suspect left the bank and walked across the parking lot. He was seen leaving in a dark SUV. The FBI may pay a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect. Anyone with information about this robbery is asked to call the FBI at (505) 889-1300, or Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers, anonymously, at (505) 843-STOP. Tips can also be submitted online at Information about other bank robbers wanted by the FBI can be found at

Wants and Warrants.. please call the Santa Fe Police Department at 505-428-3710 if you know the whereabouts of any of these people...

Guess who is up for adoption... contact the animal shelter for more information...

Wants and Warrants.. please call the Santa Fe Police Department at 505-428-3710 if you know the whereabouts of any of these individuals...

SANTA FE MAN FACING FEDERAL CRACK COCAINE TRAFFICKING CHARGES. *UPDATED ALBUQUERQUE – A Santa Fe, N.M., man is detained pending trial on federal cocaine base trafficking charges according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the DEA and the Santa Fe Police Department. According to court filings, the charges against Kevin Madrid, 31, are the result of a long-term investigation into a drug trafficking organization allegedly headed by Madrid that distributed crack cocaine in northern New Mexico. The DEA and Santa Fe Police Department arrested Madrid on Dec. 20, 2017, based on an indictment charging him with participating in a cocaine base trafficking conspiracy and distribution of cocaine base. Cocaine base is more commonly known as “crack” or “crack cocaine.” The indictment alleges that between March 2017 and Dec. 2017, Madrid conspired with others to distribute more than 280 grams of crack cocaine in Santa Fe County, N.M. It further alleges that Madrid distributed more than 280 grams of crack cocaine on Oct. 26, 2017, in Santa Fe County, N.M. Madrid was arraigned on the indictment on Dec. 22, 2017, and entered a not guilty plea. Madrid was ordered detained pending trial, which is currently scheduled for Feb. 12, 2018. If convicted of the crimes charged in the indictment, Madrid faces a mandatory minimum penalty of ten years and a maximum of life in federal prison. Charges in indictments are merely accusations and defendants are presumed innocent unless found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. This case was investigated by the Albuquerque office of the DEA and the Santa Fe Police Department. Assistant U.S. Attorney Timothy S. Vasquez is prosecuting the case

The Santa Fe Police Honor Guard performs a Flag Folding Ceremony for the Santa Fe Federated Republican Women on January 8, 2018. Lt. Sean Strahon and the Honor Guard perform the ceremony for community groups, schools and at special events by request.

Here is a photo of McKlane Pennell the other person on our Wants and Warrants list.. again call 505-428-3710 if you know his whereabouts..

Wants and Warrants.. please call the Santa Fe Police Department if you know the whereabouts of either of these individuals.. 505-428-3710.

(Santa Fe, NM) The Santa Fe Police Department, will be conducting a DWI and Driving While Revoked warrant round up. A need has been identified for a proactive approach in the continued combat of the epidemic of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) within the City of Santa Fe. Santa Fe Police Officers will conduct a Warrant Round Up targeting DWI Offenders who have failed to comply with Municipal Court ordered sanctions. There are roughly 130 active warrants for offenders who have failed to comply with Municipal Court sanctions, regarding their DWI or driving while revoked arrests. The need to actively seek out and apprehend these offenders is a safety benefit to the community and citizens of the City of Santa Fe. We at the Santa Fe Police Department will attempt to educate and deter anyone from driving while impaired. DWI is not a victimless crime. Hundreds of lives could be saved each year, if every driver had the courage to make the right decision. Who: Santa Fe Police Department What: DWI / Driving While Revoked Warrant Round Up When: Month of February 2018 Where: City of Santa Fe Why: So we can ENDWI in New Mexico

SCAM ALERT: Want to Lose Some Pounds in the New Year? Don’t Lose Your Hard-Earned Cash While Scammers Fatten Up Their Bank Accounts Albuquerque, NM - As 2018 begins, Attorney General Hector Balderas is warning consumers against weight loss scams targeting New Mexicans for their New Year’s resolutions. Scammers often take advantage of the fact that many New Mexicans make New Year’s resolutions to lose weight by advertising pills, regimes, diets, and exercise machines that promise miraculous and unrealistic results. Almost without exception, these promises are at best misleading, and at worst completely false. “Beware of any garment, gizmo, pill or potion that promises weight loss with little or no effort because if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is,” said Attorney General Balderas. “Don’t let these scammers thin your bank account while they promise absurd results to fatten up their cash reserves.” Know these signs of a weight-loss scam: · Claims that you can lose weight without diet or exercise. When in doubt, consult your physician or other healthcare professional. · Buzzwords such as “miracle,” “revolutionary,” “secret,” “guaranteed results” and “scientific breakthrough.” · Claims that you will lose X amount of pounds in X amount of days. No product or plan can guarantee specific results; everyone is different. · Claims that you can burn fat while you sleep and/or by wearing or rubbing on a product. According to the Mayo Clinic, weight loss is an internal metabolic process and no patch, lotion, etc. can accelerate that process or eliminate fat in specific areas. · Promises of “permanent” weight loss. For more information about weight loss claims and devices, visit If you believe you have been a victim of a weight loss scam, please contact the Consumer and Environmental Protection Division of the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office by calling toll-free 844-255-9210.

Wants and Warrants.. please call the Santa Fe Police Department at 505-428-3710 if you know the whereabouts of any of these individuals...

Wants and Warrants.. please call the Santa Fe Police Department at 505-428-3710 if you know the whereabouts of any of these individuals...

An Alert to the community.. a few hours after Mr. Bleamer was picked up.. he was again released from jail by the court. If you see Mr. Bleamer, he is not wanted on a Warrant.. but please let Police know where he is as he continues to be a property crimes threat to our neighborhoods. 505-428-3710.

Santa Fe Police Arrest Serial Offender “Fugitive of the Week” (Santa Fe, NM) – The Santa Fe Police Department arrested its Fugitive of the Week, 40-year-old Adrian Bleamer of Santa Fe on Thursday, January 4, 2017. Bleamer is a “Frequent Flier” for Law Enforcement, who has been arrested four times just since October, that’s once each month. He’s been arrested eight times since 1997 and has been in and out of jail repeatedly, each time ignoring the requirements of court ordered electronic monitoring. Bleamer’s name appears 20 times in police dispatch records for incidents ranging from Receiving Stolen Property to Burglary, including involvement in items stolen from the Santa Fe Children’s Museum just a few months ago. Thank you to citizens who helped the Santa Fe Police Department locate and arrest Mr. Bleamer. ###