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Enrique “Kiki” Vigil is married to Melanie Altuna Vigil who was raised in Las Cruces, NM. They have been married for 29 years. Melanie also retired from the United States Justice Department with the Bureau of Prisons. She too received her degree from New Mexico State University in psychology. Melanie and Kiki have raised two (2) wonderful children, Jason and Briana. They are graduates of Las Cruces High School and received their undergraduate degrees from New Mexico State University. Jason received his law degree from the University of Kansas. He has become a Prosecutor and is on his own path to establish a promising career. Briana is pursuing an advanced degree and career with the Federal Government.

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Learn How We Can Make Doña Ana County Better

  • Develop active shooter training for the public to educate communities on what they can do in the event of an active sho

  • Advocate vigorously for the growth of neighborhood watch groups throughout unincorporated areas of Doña Ana County. Thr

  • Work with area law enforcement to develop the county’s first Air Division that would have the ability to reduce r

  • Seek a partnership with New Mexico’s Attorney General to institute a Border Violence Unit to see that all residents of

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Distinguished Career

More than 29 years of law enforcement experience where he served in many different capacities

Proven Leadership

In 2017 Sheriff Vigil was the sole law enforcement leader chosen from New Mexico to attend the FBI Executive Management Leadership program. He graduated from the FBI program in September of 2017.

Community Leader

Former Chairman of Metro Narcotics Board and Executive Board Member of the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA)

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