The New Mexico 911 (NM911) Program is managed by the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration (NM DFA). The NM911 Program administers essential emergency reporting and dispatch services accessible by calling nine-one-one through forty-one disparately funded municipal and county-run public safety answering points (PSAPs or 911 centers) located throughout the state.
The NM911 Program was created by Section 63-9D-1 through 63-9D-20 NMSA 1978 (“Enhanced 911 Act”) to further the public interest and protect the safety, health, and welfare of the people of New Mexico by enabling the development, installation, and operation of enhanced 911 emergency reporting systems to be operated under shared state and local government management and control.
Starting January 2019, The NM911 Program contracted with the Earth Data Analysis Center (EDAC) at the University of New Mexico (UNM) and Bohannan Huston, Inc. to securely acquire geospatial data from local government entities, validate and process data into the statewide model; and make such data available for download on the PSAP Map Servers.
New Mexico 911 Act and Related Documents
- Enhanced 911 (E-911) Act, NMSA 1978
- FY18 E-911 Annual Report
- FY16 E-911 Annual Report
- 2013 E-911 Five Year Strategic Planning Report
- PSAP Manager’s Guide and Reimbursement Requests
- Earth Data Analysis Center, The University of New Mexico [Original | Amendment]
- Bohannan and Huston, Inc.