Ramah Navaho Chapter Police Department

  • Agency: Ramah Navaho Chapter Police Department
  • Address: HCR 61, Bluewater, 87321-9601 NM
  • Chief:
Phone: 505-775-3227

Ramah Navaho Chapter Police Department is located at HCR 61, Bluewater, 87321-9601 NM. The Ramah Navaho Chapter Police Department phone number is 505-775-3227.

Ramah Navaho Chapter Police Department News

Trunk or Treat Fun at the RNPD trunk. That is Ofc Allapowa, Officer Benally, and Dispatcher Henio having fun. Can you tell who is who!

Ramah Navajo Police would like to wish all community members a happy and safe Halloween! We hope you support and take part in the halloween parade at 1:30 pm today, and also in the Trunk or Treat event today at Pine Hill School today at 2pm. Parents watch out for your little goblins safety as they walk around tonight trick or treating. Please lookout for one another's safety as this will ensure a fun evening for all.

Ramah Navajo Police hosted a 2018-2019 40-hour Bi - Annium advanced training for area law enforcement agencies this week; a great week of training it was. Special Thanks to Pine Hill School for the training accommodations; to NMLEA Deputy Director Brian Coss for making this training possible; to Southwest Training Consultants Mike Quinones, Kevin Bruno, and Joshua Chavez for their professionalism in leading excellent training topics, and to Mechelle Cody PineHill EMS, and John Grassham for their assistance with tourniquet and casualty care training. Shout out to the other agencies that filled our training - Zuni Rangers, Navajo Police, Grants Police, and Portales Police.

Congratulations to Ramah Navajo Department of Corrections recent graduates of FLETC Detention Academy on Saturday September 15, 2018, Ms Tisha Martinez and Mr Garth Peyketewa! Great job in perseverance and commitment! Welcome aboard!

Congratulations are in order to the entire leadership and detention officer staff at Ramah Navajo Detention Services, for a very successful monitor audit today from the BIA! I am so proud off all our detention employees: -Tsuyesva Kelhoyouma, administrator. -Magnolia Yuselew, sergeant. -Bennie Natewa, Sr Detention Officer. -Josh Sanner, Sr Detention Officer. - Natasha Eriacho, detention officer. -Marcus Begay, detention officer. - Roseafina Secatero, detention officer. - Idalis Yazzie, detention officer. - Wayde Edison, detention officer. - Garth Peyketewa, detention officer. - Tisha Martinez, detention officer. - Pearl Martine, Office administrator. - Dorothy Martine, Food Preparation. - Darren Lilly, Facility Maintenance. It is through teamwork and commitment that the detention program has reached this successful pinnacle of accomplishment. Thank you to each one of you and keep up the great work through your care and service and commitment to duty.

Ramah Navajo Police escorting the Navajo Nation President around the fair and rodeo complex this evening.

Congratulations to Ms. Janessa Jim, daughter to Jennifer Cly, and RNPD Officer Zane Cly, SR. Who graduated the Devil Pup mini basic training program today. The Devil pup program is a youth empowerment program that provides positive mentorship to youth interested in military services and / or law enforcement. Congratulations!

Come support the fair and rodeo and toys for tots for Ramah Chapter by attending State line Concert

Help support the Ramah Navajo Royalty by attending their cake walk fundraiser tonight Thursday August 2 from 6-9pm at the Ramah Chapter House

Proud to see Ramah Navajo Police supporting the Angels v Drunk Drivers Rodeo in Pine Hill New Mexico today. This is a spectacular event that is fun for the whole family. Thank you Sgt Clichee for your support and willingness to assist on your own time.

Schedule of events is out for 2018 Ramah Navajo Fair and Rodeo; come out and support this community at a great event.

Congratulations to our newest Ramah Navajo Certified Detention Officers! Well done Wayde Edison Roseafina Secetero, and Idalis Yazzie. Welcome aboard!

Sgt Clichee and Officer Cly doing their part and donating blood today during the EMS week blood drive. Good work guys.

Wonderful Graduation Ceremony at Pine Hill High School. Seniors this is a great accomplishment, but only one of many steps you will take moving forward into adulthood. Respect, Honor, Service, and focus to do the right thing every day will aid you in your path. Congratulations again from the Ramah Navajo Police Department.

Reminder to Ramah Chapter Community of Fire Restrictions that are in effect.

Ramah Navajo Police would like to congratulate the graduating senior classes at Pine Hill School and Ramah High School! Congratulations on your achievement and we wish you success in your future endeavors. Stay positive and keep moving forward to achieve your goals.

as we are in the midst of National Police Officers Week, i hope the community takes a moment to feel good with their police department, and acknowledge the officers at Ramah Navajo Police who commit their lives to providing the best services they can for your safety. Police Officers are human beings; they have emotions and families and deal with the same issues the general public deals with; be it managing a household, paying bills, and trying to do the right thing every day. I hope you will take a moment and thank your police department when you see an officer.

I would like to advise the community that today our police department received an award and recognition from the State of New Mexico for excellence in traffic safety enforcement. Congratulations officers; this is a simple token recognizing your countless hours of effort, commitment and dedication to making the roadways within the community as safe as we can. Great work!

Ramah Navajo Police invite the community to a fun family friendly event that our very own Sgt Deirryck Clichee is supporting through Chaps sponsorship. We hope the community supports this fun event

Ramah Navajo Police would like to invite the community to Social Services Child Abuse Prevention Conference on Thursday May 10, 2018, from 9am-3pm at the Ramah Chapter House. Dynamic presentations and panel discussions for education and discussion for the public. Please attend and support the effort to stop abuse and neglect of children.