2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 29: Law Enforcement
Article 1: Peace Officers in General, 29-1-1 through 29-1-17
- Section 29-1-1: Investigation of criminal violations; commencement of prosecution; cooperation; removal.
- Section 29-1-2: Stolen livestock and other property; duties.
- Section 29-1-3: Arrest and detention of escaped prisoners.
- Section 29-1-4: Officers' duties under 29-1-3.
- Section 29-1-5: Penalty for violation by sheriff, constable or deputy; surety's liability.
- Section 29-1-6: Penalty for violation by magistrate.
- Section 29-1-7: Execution of process; officer may call aid.
- Section 29-1-8: Penalty for refusing to aid officer; action to recover.
- Section 29-1-9: Appointment of peace officers; citizenship certificate of appointment; exceptions.
- Section 29-1-10: Law enforcement agencies, state and local; participation in federal programs.
- Section 29-1-10.1: Federal funds; receipt and expenditure for law enforcement activities.
- Section 29-1-11: Authorization of tribal and pueblo police officers and certain federal officers to act as New Mexico peace officers; authority and procedure for commissioned peace officers.
- Section 29-1-12: Authorization to maintain and retake custody of Arizona prisoners.
- Section 29-1-13: Unclaimed property; inventory.
- Section 29-1-14: Unclaimed property; authority to sell; notice of sale; deadly weapons, controlled substances and other contraband excepted.
- Section 29-1-15: Proceeds of sale; title to property vests in purchaser.
- Section 29-1-16: Electronic recordings of custodial interrogations.
- Section 29-1-17: Identity theft reports.
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