Traffic Division

Santa Fe Police Traffic Division

The Santa Fe Police Department Traffic Unit consists of six Motor officers. Their primary patrol Police Unit is a Police Motorcycle. This Unit is responsible for the investigation of motor vehicle collisions and proactive traffic law enforcement.



The members of the Santa Fe Police Department Traffic Division are committed to ensure the safe and efficient movement of motor vehicles, pedal cyclists, and pedestrians within the City of Santa Fe and to deliver the finest police traffic services in a manner designed to reduce traffic collisions. The Division will ensure these values through community partnerships, education, investigations, and the direct enforcement of moving violations in a fair, consistent, and courteous manner with empathy, respect, and honor.

New Mexico Road Conditions

Find out about road closures, severe driving conditions, and weather advisories in your area. Live updates available at »

View Current NM Road Conditions


Traffic Laws (PDF)

Online Reporting

Minor motor vehicle crash? File a non-emergency police report using the SFPD Citizens Online Police Reporting System. Learn More »

File a Police Report Online

Traffic Division Commander


Sgt. James Plummer

[bot protected email address]



You Are Now Leaving The City of Santa Fe Website

Links to external, or third party web sites, are provided solely for visitors' convenience. Following links to other sites is done so at your own risk and the owners of this Website accept no liability for any linked sites or their content.

Any link from the our site to an external web site does not imply that we endorse or accept any responsibility for its use. It is important for users to take necessary precautions, especially to ensure appropriate safety from viruses, worms, trojans and other potentially destructive items. Users should review the privacy policies of external web sites and other terms of use to learn more about what, why and how they collect and use any personally identifiable information.


Open Alert