New Mexico Statutes Chapter 29. Law Enforcement

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  • Article 1. Peace Officers in General
  • Article 2. State Police
  • Article 3. Identification of Criminals
  • Article 4. State Police Pension Fund
  • Article 4A. Peace Officers' Survivors Supplemental Benefits
  • Article 5. Educational Institutions;  Traffic Regulations and Police Officers
  • Article 6. New Mexico Mounted Patrol
  • Article 7. Law Enforcement Training
  • Article 7B. Law Enforcement Youth Cadet Corps
  • Article 7C. Public Safety Telecommunicator Training
  • Article 8. Mutual Aid
  • Article 9. Organized Crime
  • Article 10. Arrest Record Information
  • Article 11. Sexual Crimes Prosecution and Treatment
  • Article 11A. Sex Offender Registration and Notification
  • Article 12A. Crime Stoppers
  • Article 13. Law Enforcement Protection Fund
  • Article 14. Peace Officer's Employer-Employee Relations
  • Article 15. Missing Persons Information and Reporting
  • Article 15A. Amber Alert
  • Article 16. DNA Identification
  • Article 17. Criminal Records Screening for Caregivers
  • Article 19. Concealed Handgun Carry
  • Article 20. Law Enforcement Safe Pursuit
  • Article 21. Prohibition of Profiling Practices

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