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
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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.

Santa Fe Police Department News

SFPD in collaboration with Hutton broadcasting at teen jam 2018 at the farmers market pavillion. Jessica Preston with Hutton broadcasting and Amanda Grundler with santa fe DWI forfeiture program. Officers are LT. Paulk and Officer Gerald Lovato..we'll be there until 10 tonight.

Members of the Santa Fe Police Civilian Police Academy listen to 35-year Veteran of the NM Corrections Department, Adam Vigll talk about prison gangs and the make-shift weapons and drugs they use behind bars. Participants are learning about gangs and the impact they have on our neighborhoods.

We are at Cafe Castro at 28 11 Cerrillos Road until 7 tonight (4-18) talking with people about their neighborhood concerns and what the Santa Fe Police Department is doing to keep their lives safe. Thank you to owner Julia Castro and her crew for inviting us to come in and talk...

NMDOT District Five Maintenance Crews Out in Full Force I-25 Litter Pickup La Bajada - Santa Fe Santa Fe–Today, the New Mexico Department of Transportation announced that maintenance crews and office staff volunteers will be out in full force conducting litter pickup along the I-25 corridor from mile marker 263.20 (La Bajada) to mile marker 282.00 (St. Francis Drive Exit in Santa Fe). Starting Thursday, April 19 – Saturday, April 21, motorists are advised to watch for maintenance crews and volunteers conducting litter pickup on I-25 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - weather permitting. “We are dedicating the next three days to litter pickup on I-25 to provide for cleaner and safer roadsides, said Anthony Lujan, Deputy of Operations. You will see many NMDOT employees wearing bright reflective green safety vests over the next few days picking up trash along the Right-Of-Way, as we work to keep New Mexico roadsides beautiful.” There will be lots of activity and additional truck traffic collecting the trash bags, motorists are advised to use caution and watch for workers in the area. Drivers are urged to proceed with caution, watch for maintenance personnel in the area; observe message boards and reduce speed to the posted limit. Updates on this work will be posted on the New Mexico Department of Transportation’s road advisory website www.nmroads.com

TRASH AMNESTY DAY April 23, 2017 8:00 AM - 4:45 PM Trash Amnesty Day Location: Buckman Road Recycling & Transfer Station 2600 Buckman Road Santa Fe, NM 87506 The Santa Fe Solid Waste Management Agency is allowing free trash disposal for Santa Fe city and county residents at the Buckman Road Recycling and Transfer Station (BuRRT) on Saturday, April 22, and Sunday, April 23, as part of the Agency’s Amnesty program. The event is in conjunction with Keep Santa Fe Beautiful Great American Cleanup on April 22. BuRRT is located at 2600 Buckman Road. The operating hours are between 8:00 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. Free trash disposal includes: Garbage, rubbish, unwanted materials Bulky items such as large appliances, furniture, mattresses, box springs Remodeling or building materials, carpet, tiles, concrete, bricks, metals No commercial waste will be accepted for free. No self-dumping trailers will be allowed. Fees will be charged for household hazardous waste, green waste, electronic wastes, tires, and other recycling items. Fees will be charged for trash brought to the Caja del Rio Landfill. Residents can download the 2017 Amnesty Day calendar at www.SantaFeRecycling.org. The Agency operates BuRRT and the landfill, which provide a safe and environmentally responsible way for residents and businesses to dispose of their waste and recyclables.

Thank you Chick-fil-A.. for feeding the officers here at the Santa Fe Police Department. Julie Ruse and Heather Clary with Chick-fil-A drop off some goodies with Lt. Marvin Paulk to share with officers! Chick-fil-A opens in Santa Fe on Thursday...

RE-RUN! We had a few car burglaries over the weekend.. please be sure to lock your car and hide or take valuables inside when you leave it on the street or in a parking lot...

Santa Fe Police warn that car burglars are active.. please make sure to lock your vehicle!

Santa Fe Police Sgt. Christopher McCord was recognized by TSA Federal Security Director Jesse Sanchez for his efforts to bring a new security scanning device to the Santa Fe Airport (SAF) to speed passengers' trips through the airport faster and safer.

The Santa Fe Airport has activated a new piece of TSA security equipment that will make it faster and safer for passengers flying out of SAF. TSA Federal Security Director Jesse Sanchez, Santa Fe City Councilor Michael Harris and Airport Manager Nick Schiavo helped show the Advanced Imaging Technology scanner for detecting threats to keep the traveling public safe. Santa Fe Police Sgt. Christopher McCord and city Emergency Management Director David Silver were recognized for their efforts in helping Santa Fe get the new security equipment.

Have you kissed a Dispatcher today! It's national Dispatcher Appreciation Week... thank you from SFPD to the people at the Santa Fe Regional Emergency Communications Center for keeping the critical communications flowing smoothly..

Thank you for all your support, the SFPD Fugitive of the Week for March 5th, 2018, Eugene Lovato, has been taken into custody.

Thank you for all your support, the SFPD Fugitive of the Week for April 2nd 2018, Jenny Baca, has been taken into custody.

Thank you for all your support, the SFPD Fugitive of the Week for April 9th, 2018, Lonnie Maes, has been taken into custody.

Thank you for all your support, the SFPD Fugitive of the Week for January 22nd, 2018, Luis Pinon, has been taken into custody.

New Mexico joins the rest of the country !!! WE HAVE A NEW STRANGULATION LAW GET READY TO MAKE IT WORK Come to Solace 6601 Valentine Way, Santa Fe April 18th, 2018 11:30 am - 1:30 pm If you work with victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault you need to know: What the new strangulation laws means What policy changes you need to make Where to get free staff training Where to get free sample forms Where to get materials for your clients For more information about this event sheilainsantafe@gmail.com Lite Lunch Generously Provided by Christus St. Vincent Medical Center OPEN TO EVERYONE NO RESERVATION REQUIRED

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Coming to a Door Near You! Santa Fe Police Officers are going door to door in the city to hand deliver valuable information for your family and home...

Transit Asking for Public Feedback on Route, Schedule Changes 3-week comment period for Route 2, 22, and 26 Santa Fe, NM – Santa Fe Trails, the City’s bus service, is asking the public to weigh in on proposed changes to routes and route schedules for the 2, 22, and 26 routes. Route 2 runs between the Downtown Transit Service and Santa Fe Place Mall along Cerrillos Road corridor. The proposed schedule modifications bring the schedule in line with more realistic drive times along the Route. It does not change the departure times from the Downtown Transit Center or Santa Fe Place Mall or affect the connections with the Rail Runner at South Capital Station. Route 22 runs between Santa Fe Place Mall and Santa Fe Community College via the Human Services Department (HSD), NM599 Rail Runner Station (when there are trains) and the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA). This service runs weekdays only. The proposed modifications re-assign the HSD stop to Route 26. Route 26 runs between Santa Fe Place Mall and the Fashion Outlet Mall along Cerrillos Road, and also serves the Southside Walmart. The proposed modifications add the HSD stop and add new stops at the VA Clinic and the soon-to-be-open Presbyterian Hospital. A Public Information Meeting will be held April 12th from 3:00PM to 6:00PM at the Santa Fe Place Mall Food Court, which is adjacent to the current Southside Transit Center. Transit Staff will provide information, answer questions and receive feedback. For more specific information on these proposed changes go to www.takethetrails.com The public can also call 505-955-2001, email kpwilson@santafenm.gov or stop by the Transit Administration Building at 2931 Rufina Street, Monday through Friday 8AM to 5PM to ask questions or provide feedback. The Transit Advisory Board Meeting will also take public comment at its April 24th meeting, before voting on the modifications. That meeting is scheduled for 5:00PM at the Transit Administration Building, 2931 Rufina Street. If approved the changes are tentatively scheduled to take effect on Monday June 4th, 2018.

A weekend on the Plaza with Santa Fe Police Officer Josh McDermott! EverWonderMedia's Video's Marcos Lovato is taking video for future plans...