Public Safety

New Mexico State Police C.A.R.E. Operation Nets 33 Drunk Drivers, 3,200 Traffic Citations Over Thanksgiving Holiday

NMSP News:

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, the New Mexico State Police participated in the Combined Accident Reduction Effort (C.A.R.E.) operation across all roadways within the state. The goal of the traffic initiative is to increase motorist safety and reduce the number of crashes through a strong law enforcement presence.

Because of the increased volume of traffic during the holiday, New Mexico State Police increased its patrol presence during this initiative on roadways throughout all State Police districts, specifically from Wednesday Nov. 22, through Sunday, Nov. 26, 2023. 

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Robinson: Criminal Justice Debates Must Include County Jails

All She Wrote
© 2023 New Mexico News Services

Maybe in the future a speaker will urge new high school graduates to consider the rewarding career of a detention center guard. If counties can shake more money out of the state. If the state takes responsibility for its part of counties’ expenses. If our jails get the attention they need.


Legislators recently heard about the sorry state of New Mexico jails from the New Mexico Association of Counties, presenting before the interim Courts, Corrections and Justice Committee.

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DOE/NNSA Delivers 2024 Stockpile Stewardship And Management Plan To Congress

Jill Hruby, DOE Under Secretary for Nuclear Security and NNSA Administrator

NNSA News:

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA) released Monday the Stockpile Stewardship and Management Plan (SSMP) for Fiscal Year 2024.

This report describes NNSA’s continued plans to implement the Biden Administration’s 2022 Nuclear Posture Review by maintaining a safe, secure, reliable, and effective nuclear weapons stockpile, without the need for nuclear explosive testing and while revitalizing the Nuclear Security Enterprise. 

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Catch Of The Week: Stay Safe On Travel!

For the Los Alamos Daily Post

Tis the season for family gatherings and travel, and we all need to stay connected on the road, right? That can mean using public Wi-Fi for your smart devices, but public Wi-Fi can be dangerous.

Think twice before connecting to public Wi-Fi, and make sure you take some precautions to protect sensitive data.

It’s important to remember that data sent over public Wi-Fi, especially open public Wi-Fi that doesn’t require a password for access—can be stolen or manipulated by an adversary.

Even if a public Wi-Fi network needs a password to connect, you Read More

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