State Nation Public Safety National Laboratory
Friday, Gov. Susana Martinez unveiled an ad campaign that raises awareness about the dangers and consequences of drunk driving.
The Governor also kicked off 100 Days and Nights of Summer, a statewide law enforcement effort that puts more police officers on the roads to target drunk drivers.
“Drunk driving has a devastating impact on New Mexico’s families, and we should do everything we can to stop it,” Martinez said. “That means tougher penalties, cracking down on DWI in every corner of our state, and letting New Mexicans know about the consequences.”
“Our message is clear: If you
State Public Safety Politics
Los Alamos Police Cmdr. Oliver Morris, left, speaks with bomb technician Sgt. Chris Ross after the negotiation team talks a distraught man out of his apartment where he had barricaded himself late this afternoon at Caballo Peak Apartments. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Los Alamos Police Officers wrap things up after a distraught man is talked out of his apartment and transported to LAMC. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Los Alamos Deputy Police Chief Jason Wardlow Herrera, left, with officers leaving the scene late this afternoon at Caballo Peak Apartments. Photo by Carol
County Public Safety Police Fire
Rattlesnake. Courtesy photo
Worried about your dog and rattlesnakes?
JJ Belcher of Sublime Canine, Tucson, Ariz., is conducting Snake Aversion training the weekend of Aug. 8-9 in Los Alamos.
Susan Ramsay of Los Alamos said she has brought Belcher out the last two years for snake avoidance training in addition to training with him regularly for obedience and tracking and said she can vouch for his methods, ethics and abilities.
He uses an electronic collar in the aversion training and trains for sight, scent and sound. The group training takes about 1.5 hours. Personal
Community Public Safety Business
A resident contacted the Los Alamos Daily Post to alert the community that as he was leaving home after lunch today from the Broadview Subdivision, he observed “a fairly large coyote moving toward the soccer fields there at San Ildefonso Road and North Mesa Drive.”
He describes the coyote as “definitely not a dog and extremely large for a coyote.”
With children out of school for the summer, he wanted people living in the area to be aware of this potential threat o their children and pets.
Community Public Safety