Cibola County DWI


Michael K. Dodds
DWI Program Coordinator

   Our mission is to reduce the number of DWI's, alcohol related crashes, and alcohol related crashes with fatalities in Cibola County. We also will work hard to prevent underage drinking, drug use, and alcohol related domestic violence by raising awareness and educating our community. By guiding Offenders to community agencies, programs, and services that can help them succeed, we will aid in the recovery and rehabilitation of persons in need. Together, we can STOP the cycle!

   The Cibola County DWI Misdemeanor Compliance Program is grant and distribution funded. These funds are provided by the State of New Mexico's Department of Finance Administration (DFA) under the Local Government Division (LGD) and the Local Driving Wile Intoxicated Program (LDWI). The Liquor Excise Tax is where the State gets this funding. It is distributed to DWI Programs across the State of New Mexico to programs like ours. 

Participating Agencies Include: 

  • Adult Probation & Parole Office (APPO) 
  • Juvenile Probation & Parole Office (JPPO)  
  • Grants Police Department (GPD)
  • Grants Municipal Court 
  • Milan Police Department (MPD)
  • Milan Municipal Court
  • Cibola County Sheriff's Department (CCSO)
  • New Mexico State Police (NMSP) nmsp
  • Cibola County Magistrate Court 
  • Cibola County District Court
  • Cibola County Detention Center (CCDC)
  • Grants Cibola County School District (GCCS)
  • Valle del Sol 
  • Roberta's Place
  • Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee (JJAC)
  • Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (OSAP)
  • Children Youth and Families Department (CYFD)

Important Information
700 E Roosevelt Suite # 40
Grants, NM 87020

DWI Misdemeanor
Compliance Office:
Community Service:
Offender Color Line:

Officer Hours:
Monday thru Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Subject to adjustment for programs,
colors, weekends, and/or holidays

Closed for County
Recognized Holidays

Adult check-ins:
As of January 1st 2018, All Check ins are by appointment only!

All Offenders must call the Color Line every day (to include weekends and holidays) between 8 and 9 AM