Central New Mexico Correctional Facility

Central New Mexico Correctional Facility (CNMCF) is committed to ensuring the public and inmates’ families have confidence that CNMCF is providing the best medical, mental health, education, vocational and security for all inmates confined to CNMCF.

CNMCF-Los Lunas not only meets this commitment by providing its employees with the proper training, tools and safe working environment, but also by encouraging ideas and collaboration between all departments promoting team.

Central New Mexico Correctional Facility was originally built in 1980 as a 480 bed medium custody facility. Today Central New Mexico Correctional Facility has become a complex of Level I, Level II and Main Facility. Central New Mexico Correctional Facility has multiple missions that include: Reception and Diagnostic Center, Mental Health Treatment Center (MHTC), Long Term Care Unit and Geriatric Unit.

Tim Hatch

Tim Hatch

Warden

Vistula Curry

Vistula Curry

Deputy Warden

Joe Lytle

Joe Lytle

Deputy Warden, Operations

John Sanchez

John Sanchez

Deputy Warden, Level II

Mike Delatorre

Mike Delatorre

Deputy Warden, Administration

Visitation Information  

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To Schedule Visits

 

Level II Facility
505.383-3559

Contact Us & Inmates

CNMCF

P.O. Drawer 1328
1525 Morris Road, 
Los Lunas, New Mexico 87031-1328

 Contact Numbers during business hours 8am to 4:30pm

505 383-3383
505 383-3257
505 383-3325

 *Emergency use only for afterhours*

505 383-2311

Court contact

Michelle Bouska-Court Liaison

Court Hearings & Video Visits Only

505.249.7811 Cell

505.383.3334 Office

Email:
Michelle.Bouska@state.nm.us

Times Monday – Friday 8am -4:30pm

 

LEVEL II

Level II Facility
505.383.3559
Email:
Rachel.Combest@state.nm.us

1525 Morris Road, 
Los Lunas, New Mexico 87031

Phone 505.383.3559 

Send all mail for inmates to their location address above. Please make sure and put to their attention and their NMCD#.
Inmates are not allowed to receive phone calls or any electronic correspondence.

FAQs

How to put money on an inmate account?

An approved visitor can send a money order with the inmates name and number to the facility.