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STREET CRIMES

 


The Street Crimes Division is a highly visible team. Members of this division will help prevent crime by working with the community. Street crime is generally considered a crime that takes place in a public place (like the street). It can include anything from robbery to drug dealing.

 

The officers focus their efforts on criminal apprehension, as well as concentrating on specific crime trends in Roswell. At times, the Street Crimes Division works with other local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in combating crime.

Crime affects the entire community. Officers in the Street Crimes Division, and all RPD officers, are dedicated to taking criminals off the streets and reducing crime in neighborhoods, but it takes all citizens to share in the responsibility to take a stand. One way to do this is to report suspicious activity. You may help prevent a crime. The Street Crimes Division looks forward to building positive relationships within the community.

If you have a tip which could help solve a crime, contact the Roswell Police Department (575-624-6770) or Chaves County Crime Stoppers (1-888-594-8477).

 

 


 

RPD Street Crimes Email List:

 

SHARPE, R.
Street Crimes Sergeant
r.sharpe@roswell-nm.gov
CRAINE, R. Officer r.craine@roswell-nm.gov
WRENN, S. Officer
s.wrenn@roswell-nm.gov

 

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Do you have information that could help solve a crime?

If so, please call RPD at (575) 624-6770 or Chaves County Crime Stoppers at 1-888-594-TIPS(8477). Callers to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and could become eligible for a reward if the information leads to an arrest and/or conviction.

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Due to laws and regulations, some reports may be unavailable on the “P2C” link. If you are unable to find a report, please contact RPD at (575) 624-6770, or email the Records section, or visit the Records section of the police department. You can also find more information about requesting records on the Support Services page of this site.

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