- Federal, state and local law enforcement will gather in the House Chamber for the Attorney General’s address
SANTA FE – Attorney General Hector Balderas will deliver a joint address this morning in the House Chambers to the New Mexico Legislature for Law Enforcement Day, and will be joined by officers, prosecutors, victims and service providers from around the state.
The topic of the Attorney General’s address is Law Enforcement in New Mexico: Coming Together to Prevent Crime in Our Communities.
Law enforcement officers set to attend include, prosecutors, victims, service providers, victim advocates, U.S. Marshal Conrad Candelaria, FBI ASAC Robert White, Albuquerque Metropolitan Court Chief Judge Henry Alaniz, 1st Judicial District Attorney Marco Serna, 3rd Judicial District Attorney Mark D’Antonio, 4th Judicial District Attorney Richard Flores, 5th Judicial District Attorney Diana Luce, 8th Judicial District Attorney Donald Gallegos, 11th Judicial District Attorney Rick Tedrow, 12th Judicial District Attorney John Sugg , 13th Judicial District Attorney Lemuel Martinez, Cibola County Sheriff Tony Mace, Mora County Sheriff Greg Laumbach, Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe, Sierra County Sheriff Glenn Hamilton, New Mexico State Police Chief Pete Kassetas, Clovis Police Chief Doug Ford, New Mexico State University Police Chief Stephen Lopez, Ohkay Owingeh tribal officers, Truth or Consequences Police Chief Lee Alirez, Albuquerque Metropolitan Detention Center Assistant Chief Ray Gonzales, Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Sid Covington, Rio Rancho Police Deputy Chief Paul Rogers and Rio Rancho Deputy Chief Gary Wiseman.