Lowell Police Department

  • Agency: Lowell Police Department
  • Address: 214 N Lincoln St, Lowell, 72745 AR
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 479-659-8888

Lowell Police Department is located at 214 N Lincoln St, Lowell, 72745 AR. The Lowell Police Department phone number is 479-659-8888.

Lowell Police Department News

Remember them this Memorial Day! Have a safe and treasured day. "Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends.” John 15:13

Thank you Rogers Police Department for posting this image. We have had several B&E/Theft calls over the past couple weeks. These have all been on unlocked vehicles and dangerous items have been stolen after being left inside the unlocked vehicles. Please take the time, whether at #9PM or whenever, to go check your vehicles and make sure they’re locked. Please make sure your garage doors are down. Please do not make it easy for these thieves to steal from you! #RPD #9PMROUTINE

2018 Torch Runners!

Another torch run complete! Thank you for the support given to our runners.

IT’S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR! As you see your local LEOs carrying the torch today, sound your horn and show your support for the cause. It’s a great honor every year!

Thank you to Fast Lane Entertainment of Lowell and Abuelo’s of Rogers for providing a wonderful dinner for officers tonight.

Thank you to Stone Mill Bread and Cafe, Whataburger, and Fast Lane Entertainment for the very nice gift bags today. Also thank you to Daisy BB gun for donating a customized BB gun to the police department.

Thank you to First Baptist Church of Lowell for providing lunch today. We greatly appreciate it.

Thank you to Hiebert Dental Care of Lowell for providing gift bags for National Police Week.

We are now over 4,000 likes. Thank you for your interest and support of the Lowell Police Department.

Thank you to Golden Corral and Chaplain Jacqueline Eakins for the wonderful deserts for National Police Week.

Thank you to the Garcia and Pile wives and children for providing gift bags for the Lowell officers in recognition of National Police Week.

Thank you Sign Gypsies for the wonderful display in front of the Lowell Police Department for National Police Week. We love it.

Thank you to Chaplain Jacqueline Eakins and Domino’s of Lowell for providing lunch for Lowell Officers today.

*NATIONAL POLICE WEEK* In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others. REMEMBER THE FALLEN!

Thank you to Jacqueline Eakins for providing breakfast for Lowell Officers this morning. Thank you for recognizing us during National Police Week.

Congratulations to Lowell K9 Officer Ray and K9 Draco for their certification. Officer Ray and Draco have been training in Missouri all week getting prepared for their certification. Congratulations to Lowell K9 Officer Reed and and K9 Judge for completing their recertification. Officer Reed and K9 Judge continue to excel.

On 4/29/18, this unknown male entered one of the Lowell Kum & Go stores and relieved them of property that did not belong to him. If you know who this person is, please contact the Lowell Police Department - Criminal Investigations Division. They are really looking forward to meeting him. The case number is 18-00351.

The problem at 515 N. Bloomington has been resolved and all emergency personnel have cleared the scene.

Lowell Fire is on the scene of a possible ammonia leak at Zero Mountain, 515 N. Bloomington. Lowell Police have 71B from Robinson to School Ave. shut down as a precaution. Avoid this area. If you live around this address, just stay inside your homes. We will update when the situation has been resolved. Thank you for your cooperation!

Congratulations to Officer Cody Cox for graduating today with the NW-ALETA 2018-A class. Officer Cox will now begin the field training portion of his new career with the Lowell Police Department.

Thank you to Colliers International for providing a nice breakfast for Lowell Officers this morning.

Sgt. Kno, Officer Walker, and Officer VanLaningham will be attending a Strategic Communications course at The Greenwood Police Department today.