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CrimeReports is a tool for the citizens of Bernalillo County to view the crime statistics within the exterior boundaries of Bernalillo County but also the outside interior boundaries of the City of Albuquerque. The sheriff’s office is a law-enforcing agency that monitors law enforcement services primarily pertaining to the unincorporated areas of Bernalillo County, the Bernalillo County District Court, and Bernalillo County Children’s Court. However, The Albuquerque Police Department monitors law enforcement services specifically within the interior boundaries of the City of Albuquerque. To view CrimeReports for within the Albuquerque City Limits please follow this link: APD CRIME REPORTS

To learn about how to use the CrimeReports tool, watch the tutorial video below.


Submit a tip anonymously regarding a crime or suspicious activity. In this submission you can include photos or videos related to the tip, involved suspects, involved vehicles, and a general description of the crime or suspicious activity. You can check back on the status of that tip after submission to see how it is being addressed by BCSO.
When tips are anonymously submitted by users from the web application, the tips are analyzed by BCSO and forwarded to the appropriate  unit for direct action on the tip. *DO NOT use the Submit a Tip link on the CrimeReports map. Click the SUBMIT A TIP link above.

CrimeReports Camera Registration helps citizens and law enforcement partner in preventing and solving crime using your security cameras. Simply register your home or residential camera and advertise that you're protected. It’s free, safe, and secure.

Reports & Public Information- 468-7140
Law Enforcement contact for NCIC entries and warrants- 468-7134



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