Cave Springs Police Department

  • Agency: Cave Springs Police Department
  • Address: 134 N Main St, Cave Springs, 72718 AR
  • Chief: Richard Moore (Chief of Police)
Phone: 479-248-1414

Cave Springs Police Department is located at 134 N Main St, Cave Springs, 72718 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard Moore. The Cave Springs Police Department phone number is 479-248-1414.

Cave Springs Police Department News

Sgt. Johncox and Chief Crisman are enjoying all the great company and stories of the great folks who came out to visit during Coffee with a Cop.

She is chilling at our police department, waiting for her owner to come get her.

Happy Wednesday! We wanted to take a moment and remind folks that although we try and monitor this page, it is not a reliable way to contact the police. If you need to speak with an officer, please call our non-emergency line. In the event of an emergency, dial 911. We will respond to messages on facebook, but responses may be delayed. This criminal believes that he can get away with this in our community. We are preparing his stripes for him, help us make sure he doesn't miss the appointment for his fitting.

If someone is missing their pup, please give us a call.

School starts next week!! In an effort to insure the safety of our local children, Cave Springs Police Department will be conducting directive patrols throughout the city. There will be ZERO tolerance for speeding, especially in neighborhoods.

We attribute this to the relationships we have developed with our outstanding citizens. Way to go residents of Cave Springs!

A local family has lost a family member. If you spot "Lambeau" please give the CSPD a call so we can get him reunited with his family.

Saturday, April 28th, C.S.P.D. will be a drop off point for the Arkansas Drug Take Back Initiative. From 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

If you are missing this female pupper, we have her. Give us a shout on the non-emergency line. 271-1005.

ATTENTION: Citizens of Cave Springs who live west of Osage Creek, off Highway 264, will be under a boil order until further notice. This will be near the neighborhood of Soaring Hawk and Murdock Rd.

Sergeant: Chief! I have decided what event our physical training will consist of! Chief: Okay, great. What did you have in mind? Sergeant: Ballet.... Chief: .... Sergeant: .... Chief: Get out. Sergeant: ::Performs a pirouette and gracefully exits the chief's office::

It has been reported that there is a long eared pet bunny rabbit out in the neighborhood of Wellington subdivision. We can only speculate that the rabbit was trained by British S.A.S. to hunt and kill the North American Coyote, however, in the event that we are wrong, a community...must stand in solidarity against the Coyotes.. For real though, if you own a rabbit, please check to make sure it is in its cage and not out Coyote hunting.

Picked this female pupper up at 264/Clayton Rd. If you are missing her, please get in touch with the Cave Springs PD.

What an incredible young man.

Two puppers are missing their owners. If these doggos belong to you, please let us know.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 4th, is Coffee with a Cop here at Cave Springs Coffee Company. Please stop by and sit down with Sgt. Johncox and Chief Crisman. We look forward to it! #cavespringscoffeecompany.

Thoughts and prayers for the victims in Las Vegas. 😔

Sgt. Johncox wuz here... running radars... in yer neighborhood!! Ozark Acres.

We at the PD know that there are some difficult issues facing the City of Cave Springs. We would like our citizens, and the rest of the Northwest Arkansas community, to know that we value integrity and professionalism. Furthermore, we have a strict "zero tolerance" policy about racism.

On Thursday, August 31, 2017, a section of W. Brown Rd. Near the intersection of W. Brown and Hwy 112 will be closed between the hours of 08:00 am - 1:00 pm. The attached picture shows where the road closure will be. Also, if you look at the picture, the corn field to the left has "Go Hogs" and a picture of the Arkansas Razorbacks Mascot... which is neat... sorry for the inconvenience.

We have been receiving complaints about speeding in a few of our subdivisions. We hear you and we are going to do what we can to help. In the meantime, please watch your speed and enjoy the drive.

We have another doggo in the pen. Looks like this pup escaped from a cable line. If you recognize it, please give us a shout via the Benton County Non-Emergency number.

Thought and prayers for the family of Gary Michael of the Clinton Police Department in Clinton, MO.

Do you recognize this pup? If so, give us a call.