Dear Citizens and Visitors,
Welcome to the Belen Police Department's web page. As the chief law enforcement officer for the City of Belen, it is my duty to protect the lives and property of all citizens, and to enforce all local, state and federal laws. This website is one of the many tools that our department utilizes to communicate with the citizens, visitors and others we diligently serve.
I strive to run our department with sound principals and I am fortunate to have police officers that are dedicated, and do their jobs with compassion, ethics, and morals without prejudice and bias.
We are a full service department that takes great pride in offering high quality, highly trained and well-equipped professional police officers to the citizens of Belen. We are committed to being the best Police Department in the area. We take a personal approach to policing, with many citizens calling officers by their first names.
We are committed toward improving the quality of life for all citizens and seek continual improvement of our services; and ask for your input to help us achieve our goals. The door to my office is always open. I encourage anyone who would like to speak with me to contact me at the Belen Police Department with any questions, concerns, or suggestions you might have. Take a few moments visit our website.
Chief of Police
If it is an EMERGENCY Dial 911
|Dan Robb, Chief|
|Robert Miller, Lieutenant|
|Stephen MacKenzie, Records Manager|
|Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM|
Click the image below to proceed to RAIDSONLINE to view crime activity in your area. You may also submit anonymous tips about crime activity directly to law enforcement.
The Neighborhood Watch program is a community-based program that has proven to deter crime. The program encourages residents to look out for each other, to take an active roll in the safety of their neighborhood and by watching for unusual activity, helps reduce burglaries and robberies.
Through the Neighborhood Watch program citizens learn how to take preventative measure that substantially decreases the likelihood of them becoming a victim. They learn how to make their homes more secure, and to look out for each other.
Meetings are determined by the neighborhood and include discussions on drugs, gangs, child safety and identity theft. An Officer is involved in the Neighborhood Watch program, which brings neighbors together as friends and helps rekindle the spirit of “community” that many areas in Belen have lost over the years.
For information how to establish a
Neighborhood Watch program:
Call the Belen Police Department at (505) 966-2680
The City of
Generous Fringe Benefit Package to include:
5% PERA (Police Plan 5)
All Equipment provided
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Able to pass physical fitness, written, oral, medical & psychological examinations, bace ground & pre-employment tests;
Able to communicate with the public;
No criminal history or adverse driving record;
Must be able to work flexible schedule
If uncertified, willing to become certified within one year of hire date;
The Animal Control officers are responsible
for providing animal control services in the City of Belen. This
includes enforcement of state and local laws and ordinances
regarding animal welfare and impounding stray domestic animals (dogs
On occasion, citizens call the police to request a police presence in their residential or business neighborhood. Such a patrol is either in addition to an officer’s regular patrol, or is an enhanced version of their regular patrol. This is called directed patrol. To request a directed patrol, please call the Belen Police Department Communications/Dispatch at (505) 865-7501 or the administrative office at (505) 864-6288.
The Belen Police Department often gives department tours to local school groups, scouting groups, community or visiting VIPs, and others. If your group or organization would like to organize a tour of the Police Department, please call (505) 864-6288. Because of shift schedules and external events beyond our control, we suggest allowing at least one full week’s notice to arrange a department tour.
Belen Police Officers appreciate the opportunity to speak to the public, neighborhood, and civic organizations about matters of concern to the community. Topics might include: street safety, crime reduction, curbing domestic violence, terrorism, women’s self-defense, etc. If you would like to have a specific officer speak to your organization or group, please do not hesitate to call that officer directly (if you know his or her name) at (505) 864-6288.
If you are not requesting a specific officer, contact the Belen Police Department at the contact information above. Plan ahead and allow at least two weeks advance notice to arrange a speaking engagement.
Due to state law, the Belen Police Department can not
donate or sell police patches and badges.
Due to state law, the Belen Police Department can not donate or sell police patches and badges.
Location:607 Becker Ave.
Belen, New Mexico 87002
Animal Control: 505-865-7501
Tip Line: 505-966-COPS
The Belen Police Department is dedicated to providing excellent service through partnerships that build trust, reduce crime, create a safe environment, and enhance the quality of life in our community.
We are committed to these principles:
We have integrity. We adhere to the highest moral and ethical standards. We are honest and sincere in dealing with each other and the community. We have the courage to uphold these principles and are proud that they guide us in all we do.
We show respect. We recognize the value of our diversity and treat all people with kindness, tolerance, and dignity. We cherish and protect the rights, liberties, and freedoms of all as granted by the constitutions and laws of the United States and the State of New Mexico.
We act with fairness. Objective, impartial decisions and policies are the foundation of our interactions. We are consistent in our treatment of all persons. Our actions are tempered with reason and equity.
If you want Officer Hub to visit your school or organization, Call 966-2680 and ask for Officer Hub.
The City of
Fill out an interest card on this
web page or applications are available at the City of Belen
Human Resources Department 100 South Main, .
Read the Benefits Package and Qualifications at left to learn more about this great opportunity.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
The City of Belen Police Department is a certified, professionally trained law enforcement agency providing 24 hours, 365 day police and public safety services.