N.M. reserve officers prohibited from arrests, traffic stops
By T.J. Wilham
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Albuquerque's reserve police officers will be back on the streets next month, but they will no longer be allowed to make arrests and they will have to undergo more than twice the amount of training.
Police Chief Ray Schultz said he will reestablish the department's reserve program by Thanksgiving with a new 11-page set of policies.
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