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Albuquerque Police Officers Association wants your help.

Posted by UHA Association on Saturday, November 3, 2012, In : Police 
The Albuquerque Police Officers Association (APOA) is asking for feedback from neighborhood residents about their experiences with APD policing and crime by filling out a survey. The survey is short and does not ask for any personal information.

If you'd like to help give feedback, you can access the survey at the link provided in the message below.

Dear Neighbor:
My name is Greg Weber and I am the president of the Albuquerque Police Officers Association (APOA) and we need your feedback.

Please t...

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Albuquerque Safe City Meeting, February 17th 2010

Posted by UHA Association on Tuesday, February 16, 2010, In : Police 
University Heights residents are invited to come to the Safe City Meeting Wednesday February 17, 7 PM, at the Bank of America Building, Central at Washington, in the offices of Nob Hill Development Corp. Click here for a map.

The University Heights Association is one of the charter members of the Safe City project, and we want to know about your public safety concerns so we can work together to resolve them. The program is a partnership between the City of Albuquerque, the Albuquerque Police D...
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Albuquerque Police Department uses Twitter to share real-time information

Posted by UHA on Monday, December 21, 2009, In : Police 
The Albuquerque Police Department recently started using the popular social media site to share information with the public. Now if you use Twitter you can follow abqpolice and get live updates from APD.

Below is an example of some of the information recently posted to APD's Twitter account. APD posts about current police activity, accidents, traffic situations and other useful information for citizens.

Even if you are not a Twitter user you can go view posts from APD on Twitter ...
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University Heights Association The University Heights Association (UHA) is the volunteer organization of people living, owning property, and working in the area bounded by Central on the north, Yale on the west, Garfield on the south, and Girard on the east.

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