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1 Albuquerque Community Safety Department plans to adapt to needs of the city
2 What makes Albuquerque Community Safety Department important to the community
3 Council passes $711 million operating budget
4 Mayor Keller Signs 2022 Recovery Budget and Albuquerque Rescue Plan, Authorizing $1.26 Billion in Operating and Stimulus Funding
5 Mayor Keller Announces Top Leadership Team for Innovative New Albuquerque Community Safety Department
6 Mayor Keller Issues Statement on New CDC and DOH Mask Guidelines
7 Mayor Keller hopes to have new community safety department up-and-running by summer 2021
8 Activists working to put protests into action following George Floyd's death
9 APD offers details on the in-custody deaths of two men
10 Mayor Keller announces new Albuquerque Community Safety Department
11 Mayor Keller and Community Leaders Announce Installation of New Street Lights in Wells Park, Release Report on Additional Investments
12 TUES: Program Pays Farmers Not To Plant, ABQ City Council Approves Police Funding Boost, + More
13 Mayor Tim Keller, City Leaders Unveil Vision Zero ABQ 2040 Action Plan at Bike to Wherever Event
14 Mayor Tim Keller, city departments launch Problematic Properties Program to spotlight nuisance properties it will take action on
15 City Encourages Community to “Bike to… Wherever” — City of Albuquerque
16 City of Albuquerque collects more than 150 firearms in gun buyback event
17 Albuquerque Community Safety Department asking for community input
18 Man accused of hitting, killing local priest in crash turns himself in
19 New department aims to expand Albuquerque first responder resources
20 City council, Keller at odds over funding of new Community Safety Department
21 3 charged in ABQ kidnapping, torture case » Albuquerque Journal
22 Mayor, Community Members, First Responders Mark Second Anniversary of Downtown Public Safety ECHO
23 Editorial: ABQ Community Safety Department has potential, pitfalls
24 Alternative Dispatch Programs for Mental Health 911 Calls Piloted in 13 Cities
25 Mayor Tim Keller, Chief Harold Medina Announce Expansion of Public Safety Command in Southeast Albuquerque
26 More than a dozen cities push to minimize or even eliminate police presence at mental health calls
27 New Mexico's economic outlook continues to improve
28 La Vida Llena residents get greater voice
29 Council pumps the brakes on the new ‘safety’ unit
30 Councilor Brook Bassan, APD, APS, and Project ChildSafe Hosted Drive-Thru Event for VIN Etching, Gun Lock Distribution, and Suicide Awareness
31 Mayor Keller Appoints Two New Top Leaders for Albuquerque Police Department
32 New Mexico COVID-19 update: 230 new cases, totaling 204,271 | NMDOH
33 Police want a share of pandemic relief funds. Activists find that 'offensive.'
34 Albuquerque's vision for non-police first responders comes down to earth
35 Mayor proposes $7M to develop San Mateo/Kathryn site
36 Newly proposed department light on mental health pros
37 Keller Administration Proposes Infrastructure Investments in COVID-19 Recovery
38 Mayor Keller Proposes Recovery Budget for Albuquerque in Coming Year
39 Solid Waste Department takes to social media
40 Mayor Keller Signs 2021 Adjusted COVID Budget — City of Albuquerque
41 Groups oppose BernCo sheriff’s run for ABQ mayor
42 Albuquerque police seek more money for new officers
43 What’s happening around New Mexico June 11 – June 17
44 Mayor Keller's 2021 State of the City: Leading through Uncharted Territory, Lays Out Albuquerque's Road to Recovery
45 In Recognition of National Safety Month, Boss Security Screens to Provide Free Home Safety Assessment and Safety Tips
46 Mayor Keller, Chief Medina Issue Statements on Verdict in Derek Chauvin Trial
47 Mayor Keller Gives Update on One ABQ Youth Programs for Summer
48 Mayor Keller, APD and Community Partners Provide Update on Rape Kit Backlog and Status of Cases
49 We Need to Up The Rewards | Miami's Community News
50 City where Daunte Wright shot to vote on policing changes
51 One ABQ Today: Tuesday, June 8, 2021 — City of Albuquerque
52 City seeking to hire chief of public safety
53 Workers push back against hospitals requiring COVID vaccines
54 City of Albuquerque Opens Registration for Summer Youth Programming — City of Albuquerque
55 APD provides details on new Ambassador Program — City of Albuquerque
56 Mayor Tim Keller Releases 2021 Summer Youth Programs Catalog
57 Rejuvenating a ‘beautiful but aging park’
58 Albuquerque Police release results of citywide Speeding and Racing operations
59 Public Reports — City of Albuquerque
60 Progress Report Shows ABQ Trending in Right Direction
61 MON: Conquistador Statue Removed, Mayor Keller Announces New Community Safety Department, + More
62 Mayor proposes $1.2 billion city budget for FY 2022
63 Albuquerque Turns Green, Relaxing Restrictions at City Facilities
64 Deadly wrong-way highway crashes continue to plague Arizona
65 City of Albuquerque Joins DOJ in Proposal to create External Force Investigations Team — City of Albuquerque
66 Mayor Keller Administration Sends 'Albuquerque Rescue Plan' to City Council
67 As Albuquerque Reopens, Mayor Keller Announces New Financial Assistance Programs for Businesses and Residents
68 Mayor proposes $1.15B FY2021 budget to council
69 STATEMENT: Office of Equity and Inclusion and Mayor Keller on National Park Service Tasing Incident
70 Metro 15 Offender Arrested — City of Albuquerque
71 Schools across U.S. brace for surge of kindergartners in fall
72 District Attorney Raúl Torrez to run for attorney general
73 Surge in crime, defund the police push are top issues in House special election
74 APD Releases 2020 Crime Stats: 7% Decline for Second Straight Year
75 New Mexico COVID-19 update: 130 new cases, totaling 204,044 | NMDOH
76 NM Department Hires First-Ever Behavioral Health Director
77 City of Albuquerque Acquires Gibson Medical Center, Cornerstone of Gateway Shelter Network — City of Albuquerque
78 Albuquerque community centers continue to take COVID-19 safety precautions
79 Mayor Tim Keller Pledges $1.5 Million in Funding to Boost Hard-Hit Tourism Industry
80 City of Albuquerque Moves to Next Phase for Gateway Center — City of Albuquerque
81 Mayor Keller and Community Leaders Celebrate Acquisition of Poole Property
82 Prison break: 29 inmates escape federal lockups in 18 months
83 Mayor Keller Thanks Community Advocates, Signs CROWN Act Into Law
84 APD arrests Metro 15 offender — City of Albuquerque
85 City Provided Culture Change Training to 1500 Employees, Community
86 Mayor Keller and APD Chief Medina Issue Statements on “Proud Boys” Rallies, Condemn White Supremacy
87 APD Interim Chief Medina Strengthens Homicide Unit — City of Albuquerque
88 Mayor Tim Keller's Crime Strategy — City of Albuquerque
89 City Taking Steps to Bring Major Aerospace Project to Albuquerque
90 Mayor Keller's Domestic Violence Task Force Submits Recommendations
91 MON: State Offers $100 Vaccination Incentive, Girl Scouts Have Millions Of Unsold Cookies, + More
92 APD Highlights Successful Operations Targeting Speeding, Racing and loud Mufflers
93 A tumultuous year at APD comes to a close
94 Albuquerque's Office of Equity and Inclusion Welcomes New African American Community and Business Liaison
95 City Outlines Expanded Services for Residents Experiencing Homelessness
96 Women are leading city through pandemic and its disruptions
97 Isotopes get back into the swing of things as games reopen to the public
98 City of Albuquerque Announces Applications are Open for $21.6 Million in Emergency Rental Assistance — City of Albuquerque
99 Santa Fe police focused on safety
100 Mayor Tim Keller, District 6 Councilor Pat Davis Highlight New Street Lights in Nob Hill