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New Mexico State Prison: The New Mexico Corrections Department

The largest division in the New Mexico Corrections Department is the Adult Prison system which detains around 6,700 inmates in facilities operated publicly and privately.

The Adult Division supervises the Health Services Bureau, the Offender Management Services, plus eleven prison facilities.

The Adult Division delivers administrative facilities to six penitentiaries that are state-operated and five which are privately operated. Programs that are administered by the Adult Prisons include the security systems, Records Bureau, Emergency Preparedness, Classification Bureau, Health Services Bureau, Security Threat Intelligence Unit, also the mental health and addiction services that are included in the Health Services.

With its total commitment to safe prisons, the New Mexico Corrections Department (New Mexico State Prison) can mobilize the Corrections Emergency Response Team (CERT) to each prison facility in response to emergencies around the State. To have a suitable response to potential threats, the Security Threat Intelligence Unit is in close contact with Adult Prisons sharing and providing information.

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New Mexico State Prison Adult Prisons Division

Also, to adopt innovative and promising practice programs to reduce reoffending, the Adult Prisons Division works meticulously with the Office of Recidivism Reduction.

To consolidate the Inmate Records and Classification Bureau, the Adult Prisons Division remains in close contact with the Office of Offender Management Services, thereby promoting public safety in the improvement and release processes to prevent early and late releases.

The Division has also added innovative technology to fight the new upsurge of drug cover-up in body cavities by acquiring and installing 11 new body scanners.

The Adult Prisons Division is also dedicated to reducing the number of prisoners held in restrictive housing by utilizing mission-specific population such as sex offender population, previous law enforcement inhabitants, and inactive gang member populations to lessen the usage of restrictive housing. Only inmates who have been involved in recent predatory behavior are put into long-term restrictive housing. Who, in turn, are then placed in the Predatory Behavior Management Program. This move is in keeping with preparing inmates for a successful return to the general population.


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New Mexico State Prison - The Probation and Parole Division

This Division offers programs such as the Pavilions, which is situated in Los Lunas, New Mexico. The Pavilions assists female offenders in this gender-specific provisional living program in partnership with Crossroads for Women. This Transitional Program encompasses 12 months and can hold 22 women from across the State of New Mexico each year. Consisting of collective housing, intensive case management, and one-on-one and group counseling, the Program focuses on vocational development, life skills, interpersonal relationships, and addiction recovery. All these services are designed to help women move forward to independence and self-sufficiency.

Situated in Albuquerque, Maya’s Place helps female offenders in this gender-specific provisional living program in association with Crossroads for Women. Maya’s Place, on average, can accommodate 35 women from around the state of New Mexico for a 12-month period. Maya’s Place also involves congregating housing, thorough case supervision, and individual and group therapy sessions focusing on life skills-interpersonal relationships, vocational development, and addiction recovery. This service is likewise designed to aid women moving towards self-sufficiency and independence.

St. Martin’s Hospitality Center Hope Works is situated in Albuquerque, New Mexico operating both Covenant House and Dismas House helping both men and women across the State. St. Martin’s Hospitality Center not only provides intermediate living annually for nearly 100 inmates, including parolees, but it also concentrates on long-term housing permanency, case management, and dealing with those having a dual diagnosis as well as those with mental health issues. The Center admits many hard to place parolees and offers intensive services to help in dropping their criminal behavior with intervention and treatment.


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