School Safety

Most rural New Mexico school districts have no resource officers

47 Views  Â Some schools lack confidence in local police department’s response plan CUBA, N.M. — It could take as long as 45 minutes for police to get to some rural schools in New Mexico. Most of them do not have school resource officers and some of them do not have confidence

NMSP investigates fatal stabbing at New Mexico Tech

150 Views  Â SOCORRO, N.M. – New Mexico State Police are investigating a homicide that happened on the campus of New Mexico Tech.  Campus police say they received a distress call this past Saturday around 11 p.m.

Socorro schools see uptick in fentanyl use

82 Views  Â SOCORRO, N.M. (KRQE) – There is a deadly problem inside a New Mexico high school. Administrators said they are having a hard time solving it. “If there’s bad behavior, and there’s no consequences for it, the bad behavior’s going to continue,” said Socorro Consolidated Schools Superintendent Ron Hendrix.

Taos student stabbed, suspect in custody

122 Views  Â TAOS, N.M. (KRQE) – A Taos Middle School cross country runner that was stabbed by a campus intruder is now in stable condition. The eighth grader was running laps at Taos High School Monday afternoon, where he runs on the JV team.

Stalking incidences went up by 33% on UNM campuses

151 Views  Â ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Stalking incidents on the University of New Mexico campus are going up, even during a year when hardly any students were actually on campus. That is in part because some stalkers are turning to technology to track their victims.

T or C football season canceled after 5 players are accused of assault

156 Views  Â “It’s despicable. It’s disgusting, and we have to send a message it’s not going to be tolerated,” Sierra County Sheriff Glenn Hamilton said. TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, N.M. — The remainder of one high school’s football season has been called off after a player reported an alleged assault by teammates.

Las Cruces Police Seek Suspects Who Vandalized School

175 Views  Â Police are hoping to identify several individuals responsible for last week’s vandalism at Las Cruces High School. Surveillance videos show several people – believed to be teenagers or young adults – jumping a wrought iron fence and entering the mall at Las Cruces High School. The suspects entered