Police
Contact Info
Police Chief Dino Sgambellone
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On behalf of the Los Alamos Police Department, I welcome you to our webpage and to the Los Alamos community. Within this site, you will see how the Los Alamos Police Department works very hard to maintain a high level of customer service as we honor our commitment to those we serve. We have outstanding men and women at the department who are committed to excellence and are guided by our LAPD Mission, Vision, and Core Beliefs.

Please take the time to answer our survey LAPD Community Survey. The survey will acquire feedback on Community Involvement, Safety, Procedural Justice, and on Contact and Satisfaction.  It will take about 10 minutes to complete and provide invaluable feedback on how we can better serve and partner with the community. 
 

Chief Dino Sgambellone
dino.sgambellone@lacnm.us
(505) 662-8226

Mission, Vision & Core Beliefs

MISSION: The Mission of the Los Alamos County Police Department is to provide quality pro-active law enforcement services to our community that promote an atmosphere of safety and security for both our residents and visitors while protecting the rights and guarantees provided under the Constitution of the United States of America and the State of New Mexico.

VISION: For our community to be free from crime and the fear of crime.

CORE BELIEFS: Professionalism, Integrity, Accountability, Respect, Teamwork, and Communications.


2016 Annual Report

In the 2016 Annual Report, you will find highlights of the Los Alamos Police Department’s commitment and dedication to the residents and visitors of Los Alamos County. Through on-going community collaboration and partnership, we have been able to remain one of the safest communities in the nation.



Contact Info

505-662-8226

505-662-8287

dino.sgambellone@lacnm.us

Justice Center, 2500 Trinity Dr.

Monday - Friday:

8:00am - 5:00pm

 

Recruitment
Los Alamos County is located in the north-central part of New Mexico and encompasses 110 square miles. The County lies on the east side of the Jemez Mountain's at an elevation of about 7,000 feet. We enjoy four distinct but mild seasons. Being nestled among foothills and mesas, ouroutdoor recreation opportunities abound.

Look at the Employment Opportunities for more information on the application process. For any other information, please email at lapd@lacnm.us or call our non-emergency Dispatch line at (505) 662-8222.