The Las Cruces Police Department is comprised of a unique and diverse workforce that includes 83 civilian employees and 200 commissioned officers who patrol more than 77 square miles of incorporated city limits. The men and women of the department answer approximately 150,000 calls for service each year and generate roughly 40,000 reports.
The mission of the Las Cruces Police Department is to provide community-focused public safety and law enforcement services to area residents, businesses and visitors so they can live and thrive in a safe, peaceful environment.
The Las Cruces Police Departments compiles annual reports covering crime statistics within the city and complaints against employees of the department. Those reports are open to the public and available for you to view.
View reports from the Las Cruces Fire Department to find the crime statistics for the area.
Peruse the different divisions and units that help run the Police Department.
The Las Cruces Police Department’s Records Section classifies and processes reports utilizing Uniform Crime Reporting that is used for monthly and yearly crime stats and reports for the FBI, state departments, city personnel, and department staff. Most of the records also are available for the general public’s use, as well.