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New Mexico has an Open Meetings Act (OMA) giving residents and any other persons access to public meetings, and an Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA) ensuring people the right to all public records in state and local government with defined exceptions written into law. The Attorney General's office and local district attorneys have the authority to enforce these laws. New Mexico is the 47th state to join the Union on January 6, 1912. New Mexico is one of the least populated states and is home to millions of acres of protected national forests. New Mexico is known as the Land of Enchantment, and has a strong Hispanic and Native American cultural influence. There are 33 counties in New Mexico. Albuquerque is the largest city while Santa Fe is the capital. The Department of Public Safety maintains a database of criminal history records, missing persons data and allows public record requests. Find New Mexico public records from government websites containing official documents maintained by the state. Visit these government sites to determine rules and methods to request vital records such as birth and death records. Listings to each city and county website are also offered to access records maintained at local levels. Information can be obtained from these sites which detail government operations, community information, and public services and resources. Search the New Mexico Court database for court case documents and records. Learn how to request criminal history records from state files. View New Mexico crime statistics and reports. Find out about state demographics and population numbers. Get employment income data, including those of government workers. Obtain information relative to current housing and real estate, as well as property and land valuations for the state. Find out gender information and ethnic backgrounds of private business owners in the state. See education and background history data for New Mexico residents. Read current news reports and see stories of local interest. Information on these pages is being constantly refreshed.
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  • How do I obtain my marriage certificate in New Mexico?
    You need to go to the source where the marriage certificate is issued; marriage licenses are requested from the county clerk where the marriage took place, according to the New Mexico Department of Health's website. Search for the marriage certificate and the county name, and you will see the clerk's webpage were to request the record. (Staff)
  • How do I find out why someone is in the penitentiary in New Mexico?
    The New Mexico corrections department offender search is free. The NM corrections search provides the offender's photo and descriptions of current and past offenses. (Staff)
  • How can I find out if I have a warrant in New Mexico?
    It can depend on the type of warrant. For example, local law enforcement departments such as Bernalillo County sheriffs generally offer instant access to warrants published online. However, the state also issues Child Support Bench Warrants, a program that began in July 2011. Only 33 counties in NM; you may have to look into them individually if unsure of where the warrant is located. The motor vehicle department's website mentions that they do not publish warrants for public view. (Staff)
  • How do I find out if someone has filed a restraining order on me in New Mexico?
    The process for these applications is published online by various New Mexico courts, where it tells you about parties being served, hearings, and more. You can search: for how to file a restraining order in New Mexico. There’s a pdf form online outlining the requirements to file correctly; below is a part of what it says: E. SERVE the other person the following papers: 1. The endorsed Application for Temporary Restraining Order; and 2. The endorsed Temporary Restraining Order (Staff)
  • How do I find, in New Mexico, a copy of a police report of an arrest?
    Police reports are considered public records and are routinely requested from the department. In some instances, they can be challenging to obtain from the police if they're reluctant to provide them. If the case were filed, it would sometimes contain the police/incident report. The case file can be requested from the court records division. A public case search from New Mexico's judiciary web pages can help you get case numbers, court venues, and other case information. (Staff)
  • Where do I find active warrants for someone's arrest in New Mexico?
    You can find active or outstanding warrants online with individual police sites, depending on where the warrant was issued. They can also be found on municipal court web pages. You can also find sites outside law enforcement or courts, such as the child support bench warrant search by New Mexico's governor in 2011. Some private websites claim to offer warrant searches; however, when you search data from a source such as an official government agency, you are more likely to get the most current data. (Staff)
  • Getting legal advice from other posters without knowing their credentials may not be a good approach. Visitor posts are to help with their know-how to get the information, various sources that are open to the public, and processes to obtain information. In your case, for low-income earners, there's an organization named Law Help New Mexico which can help answer many other questions that will come up once the first one is answered. A large number of their services involve family law cases. There are ten field offices throughout the state. A phone call may be enough to answer a simple question. There may be a process, so check with a credible source. (Staff)
  • Where can I find in New Mexico an offender's police reports and criminal records?
    Many different criminal searches can be requested on an individual. The New Mexico Department of Public Safety offers the public a webpage with varying types of criminal history checks, from FBI to state background checks. You can also see incident reports and how to obtain them. The Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA) allows the public to request records but does not necessarily eliminate specific exclusions. You can request felony, misdemeanor, and DWI offenses. (Staff)
  • Where can I find in New Mexico if employers can view arrest records?
    It is possible to tell with employers such as government agencies and larger companies with standard guidelines and procedures which prohibit looking into information such as arrests without convictions. There are strict guidelines in some states, such as California. You can check the background check laws in your employer/employment state. However, if a person decides to look outside a person's background check reports which omit arrests, certain areas make their warrants or arrest information readily available online. Arrests from a detention center, for example, will show the arrest for some time; however, if a private site picks up the information, it may be kept as data even after the source (detention centers, for example) no longer displays it. There isn't any tracking of persons who look up warrants or arrests as it is freely open to anyone. (Staff)
  • Where can I find, in New Mexico, access to a copy of my divorce records?
    The court records in the district where the divorce happened. I looked up the second judicial district, and their domestic relations webpage says that their division files and manages domestic relations issues, divorce-dissolution of records. New Mexico's courts have an open and free case lookup search you can do online. You can view all cases or just domestic relations cases. Their URL may change, so look under New Mexico case lookup. The first page should take you to their disclaimer; after you accept the terms and enter a text, you will go to a welcome case lookup page. Cases can be selected by type, location, or category. You can search as many times without being charged. (Staff)
  • Where can I find in New Mexico access to police reports, arrest reports, incident reports, and accident reports?
    There are several types of police reports, arrest reports, incident reports, and accident reports. You can go directly to the police station's website to see how to order the police reports. (Staff)
  • Where do I find in New Mexico my father's cause of death?
    Death certificates have the cause of death. Since you are related, you won't have an issue with policies and restrictions. (Staff)
  • How can I find out how often police were called to a particular home in New Mexico?
    Have you checked crime mapping in your area? Different sites cover some areas better, so you'll have to try a few; search for "crime mapping" and the city or county name, or some police departments display it on one of their web pages. (Staff)
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