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Restraining orders and orders of protection are filed through District Court. You can get more information and download applications here: District Court Forms and Information
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You can access the City of Alamogordo's Code of Ordinances at the following link:
A secure drop box is located in the main lobby of the police station at 700 Virginia Ave.
Pills should be placed in a clear zip lock baggie, mixed together and without bottles. Liquids are not accepted, but can be poured onto coffee grounds or kitty litter in a plastic grocery bag and thrown in the common household garbage.
For syringes, contact the Otero County Public Health office at 1207 8th St. or 575-437-9347.
For more info or questions, please call 575-434-4304 or email email@example.com
You can call (575) 439-4300 Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00 am - 5:00 pm to inquire about the status of your report. Please have your report number or date of incident ready.
Reports cost .54 cents per page. We accept cash or check only. No credit cards.
All reports can be picked up at the Alamogordo Police Department during the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.
In some cases, for an additional charge, arrangements may be made to have your reports mailed or emailed to you.
Crash reports are also available online at buycrash.com
If this is happening during regular business hours, please contact Animal Control at (575) 439-4330
After hours, call the non-emergency line at (575) 439-4300. Please keep in mind that there may be higher priority calls ahead of you.
We provide local background checks to citizens free of charge. This is only a check within the City of Alamogordo and within the Alamogordo Police Department.
For county and state checks, you will need to go to each agency and request a background check from them.
If a national background check is needed, please see the FBI website for more information. FBI Background Check Information