Police reports are considered public records and are requested routinely from the department directly. In certain cases they can be difficult to obtain from the police if they're reluctant to provide it. If the case was filed, it will sometimes contain the police/incident report. The case file can be requested from the court records division. There's a public case search from the New Mexico's judiciary web pages that can help you get case number, court venue and other case information.
Have you checked crime mapping in your area? There are different sites which 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.
You need to go 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 marriage certificate and the county name, you will see the clerk's webpage where to request the record.
The New Mexico corrections department offender search is a free and lists incarcerated convicted inmates. The NM corrections search also provides the offenders photo, along with the description and current offenses (and past offenses when available).
Death certificates have the cause of death. Since you are related, you won't have an issue with policies and restrictions
It can depend on the type of warrant. For example, generally the local law enforcement departments such as Bernalillo County sheriffs offer an instant access to warrants published online. However, the state also publishes Child Support Bench Warrants, a program which began in July 2011. There are only 33 counties in NM, you may have to look into them individually if you're not sure where the warrant is out of. The motor vehicle department's website mentions that they do not publish warrants for public view.
The process for these applications are published online by various New Mexico courts where it tells you about parties being served, hearings and more. You can simply do a search for: how to file a restraining order in New Mexico. There’s a pdf form online outlining the requirements to file properly, 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
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