Public Safety

Officer’s Use Of Narcan Rescues Unresponsive Victim

NMSP News:
 
TAOS  At around 11 p.m., March 23, a New Mexico State Police officer in Taos responded to a call of an unresponsive female at a residence on Archuleta Road in Taos County. In assessing the unresponsive female at the scene, the officer noticed what appeared to be signs of recent drug usage.
 
The officer was trained in the administration of Narcan, an opioid antagonist that completely or partially reverses an opioid overdose, and administered a dosage on the female. Moments following, the female regained consciousness. She was subsequently transported for

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LAFD’s Troy Hughes A Finalist For Lincoln Fire Chief

Los Alamos County Troy Hughes
 
By CAROL A. CLARK
Los Alamos Daily Post

Mayor Chris Beutler of Lincoln, Nebraska has announced four finalists for the position of Lincoln Fire Chief including Los Alamos Fire Chief Troy Hughes.

Hughes told the Los Alamos Daily Post today that he will have an extremely difficult decision to make should he be offered the job.

“The reason I applied for the position is its close proximity to family – my son, two grandchildren and both sets of parents are living in the area,” Hughes said. “It will be such a difficult decision because on the one hand we can see our


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WIPP Ends Safety Pause

WIPP News:

A safety pause, declared by Nuclear Waste Partnership in response to air quality issues in two remote areas of the WIPP underground, was ended and normal work in these areas has resumed.

The pause began Feb. 22 after workers detected elevated levels of carbon monoxide and volatile organic compounds (VOC) in two areas at extreme ends of the underground. The pause allowed time to thoroughly investigate each event while work in un-impacted portions of the WIPP underground continued.

We are learning from operating experience and continuing to improve our programs and processes to better


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State Police Seek Public’s Help Identifying Suspect

Suspect who robbed the Giant gas station March 26 in Romeroville, just south of Las Vegas, N.M. Cortesy/NMSP

NMSP News:

LAS VEGAS, N.M. The New Mexico State Police is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect who robbed the Giant gas station on Saturday, March 26 in Romeroville, just south of Las Vegas, N.M.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, approximately six feet tall, weighing approximately200 pounds, and 25 to 35 years old.

The suspect was seen wearing sunglasses, a black Nike baseball cap, white plaid shorts, a black long-sleeved shirt, and had


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National Security And Export Controls – A Conversation With Eric Hirschhorn April 14

CIR News:
 
The Council on International Relations and Congregation Beit Tikva are pleased to present Eric L. Hirschhorn, Under Secretary of the U.S. Commerce Department for the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) at 5 p.m., Thursday, April 14  at Congregation Beit Tikva, 2230 Old Pecos Trail in Santa Fe.
 
Hirschhorn’s talk is entitled, “National Security and Export Controls.” Cost is $20 for non-members; $15 for CIR members.
 
The discussion (with moderator John Liebman) will focus on current challenges and tools for limiting the loss of valuable U.S.

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