Sheriff's Office

400 Roma NW, 4th Floor
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102
Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

While being the smallest division by work force, the responsibility of the Administrative Services Division is quite widespread. Judicial Operations falls under the ASD, and they are not only responsible for the security of the District and Juvenile courthouses, but also responsible for the service of legal paperwork in regards to civil actions taken in court. In addition, the ASD oversees the BCSO academy and training divisions, including the civilian academy. ASD is also responsible for our new record management system, allowing BCSO to provide police report services to the public, separate from the Albuquerque Police Department.

This is just a quick overview of how BCSO is comprised. If you would like additional information, or are considering a more in depth analysis of your sheriff’s department, perhaps you would consider participating in our next Citizens Academy. This program is a one night a week, 16-week session in which participants are introduced to BCSO in a much more detailed manner. If you are interested in the Citizens Academy, feel free to contact Deputy Anton Maltby at for further details.


All of the units within the Professional Standards Division are still up and running. Every unit has adjusted in some way in order to protect the citizens and our employees from COVID-19 exposure. Some of our employees are able to work from home, others are limiting their work hours, and everyone is washing their hands extensively. Below is a summary of some of the other adjustments that are being made during this unprecedented time.


The Second Judicial District Court House and the Juvenile Justice Center have reduced their operations in an attempt to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Additional precautions have also been implemented for all visitors and employees of each courthouse. Prior to entering each facility, you will be presented with a list of questions. If you answer yes to any of these questions, you will not be allowed to enter the courthouse. If you are denied entry, you will be provided with a list of phone numbers of who you can contact to help you. Below is a list of the questions you will be presented with.

1. In the past fourteen days, have you developed symptoms such as a cough, fever, or shortness of breath?

2. Have you been diagnosed with COVID-19 or in close contact with anyone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19?

3. In the past fourteen days, have you travelled to an area defined as a high risk area by the New Mexico Department of Health?

Civil Processing and Records Unit

Our Civil Unit is still open for business on a limited basis. Anyone needing to file paperwork for civil processing can come to our offices at 400 Roma N.W. between the hours of 10am-2pm, Monday thru Friday. Because the building is closed to the public, you will need to call 505-468-7140 when you arrive.

If you need a copy of a report, please email the report number to and we will e-mail you a copy of the report. If you need additional help with a report please call 505-468-7140 between our temporarily limited hours of 10am-2pm M-F.




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