Cabot Police Department

  • Agency: Cabot Police Department
  • Address: 101 N 2nd St, Cabot, 72023 AR
  • Chief: Jackie Davis (Chief of Police)
Phone: 501-843-6526
Fax: (501) 843-5437

Cabot Police Department is located at 101 N 2nd St, Cabot, 72023 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Jackie Davis. The Cabot Police Department phone number is 501-843-6526.

Cabot Police Department News

Officer Thompson and Officer Conrade dove into the "shark infested" waters at Southside Elementary to talk about the dangers of drugs during red ribbon week. We appreciate their their willingness to help celebrate the kids good choices and staying drug free with the Baby Shark Dance!

The Cabot Police Department will be participating in the National Drug Take back event, tomorrow from 10 am 2 pm. Cabot PD will have a canopy and table set up at MED Express, at the corner of N. Rockwood and SH 89. We are unable to accept Sharps, but all other medication. prescription or over the counter will be accepted.

The previous post looking to identify a couple was deleted. They were identified very quickly and their property will be returned shortly. Thank you everyone for the tips! -Lt. Robby Gibson

PSA: Cabotfest is today! Come by and visit us at the Cabot PD booth's. We have a lot of information to provide. We have a SORT (Special Operations Response Team) Table, a Junior Police Academy Table and a Public Safety Table. Handouts for Adults and Children.

Congratulations to Patrol Sergeant Calvin Thomas on being recognized as the City of Cabot's Employee of the Month for the month of October. Below is the press release from the city: The City of Cabot recognized Patrol Sergeant Calvin Thomas as the employee of the month for October for his hard work and dedication during the month of September. This month’s nomination is unique for a couple of reasons. Not only is this the second time Sgt. Thomas has received the award as he won it about 5 years ago, but this nomination came from the Police and the Fire Department. One morning in September, the Cabot Fire Department was paged out to a structure fire with someone inside unable to walk. Sgt. Thomas arrived shortly after the Engine and the two firefighters, Captain Henson and Engineer Fields. He quickly asked Captain Henson if he needed to put his gas mask on and help extract occupants. Not knowing where the fire was located, Captain Henson asked Sgt. Thomas to help Engineer Fields get the attack lines ready. While Captain Henson was able to remove the occupant, it was discovered this was the only occupant inside. At this time though, Sgt. Thomas came running up to him. He had found a bunker coat, SCBA and helmet and put them all on. He was not able to find the appropriate turnout pants. Regardless, he was ready to risk his life, and help save other trapped victims had they been there. While Captain Henson and Engineer Fields deserve recognition for their work that day, Captain Henson and others wanted to nominated Calvin for his bravery, and his willingness to go in right beside them. Even before this transpired, Sgt. Thomas was being nominated for a multitude of other reasons. The Lieutenant on Calvin’s shift retired earlier this year. Since then, he has led the shift handling the normal patrol duties, his daily duties as a Sergeant, as well as many of the other duties of the Patrol Lieutenant. Additionally, Sgt. Thomas is a member of the SORT Team. Recently the team acquired a bus that needed a substantial amount of work. He volunteered and has assisted Lt. Thompson in the preparations to make this bus operational. Whether it be on Patrol, assisting as Firearm Instructor, or working with the SORT team; Sgt. Thomas has been an excellent officer and the standard for a supervisor within the Department.

Please assist the Cabot Police Department identify the pictured male suspect. He is suspected of breaking into a Local Tobacco Shop. We understand the photo quality is not great but believe if you know him you will recognize him off these photo's. If you can assist, please call Det King at 843-6166 or e-mail him at Case # 18-1944. Thank you!

Coffee with a Cop. McDonald’s on West Main. Going till 8:30. Come visit and have a cup of coffee.

The pictured female suspect allegedly used a stolen credit card at multiple locations across Cabot. She was in the pictured vehicle that we believe to be a Grand Marquis. If you can identify her please call or e-mail Sgt. Reilly. 501-843-6166. or Case # 18-1952 Thanks!.

Donald Smith. Level 3. 500 Block of Pickthorne Road. Convicted in 2004 of 2 counts Felony Sexual Assault 3rd Degree. The offense involved the offender, while in a position of authority, forcing two adult females who he said were prostitutes to engage in sexual contact with him. All comments will be removed, e-mail or call Lt. Gibson for questions or concerns. or 843-6166.

The Cabot Police Department would like to Thank Mrs. Firman and Westside Elementary for hosting Officer's Holden Lester and Sylvester Starks for a 9-11 presentation. The Officer's participated in the presentation on the Heroes of 9-11 and ended with a Q&A with the students. Mrs. Firman is teaching a week long class and highlighting a different group of first responder's each day.

The City and the Cabot Police Department would like to recognize Lt. Robert Gibson who received an award today for over 10 years of outstanding dedication and service to the Arkansas Drug Evaluation Program. He serves not only as a Drug Recognition Expert but is a certified instructor for the program

A very distinct set of keys were found in the grass near Dollar Tree this morning and turned into Cabot PD. Please call Lt. Robby Gibson and identify if they are yours. 501-843-6166 Case # 18-01599. --Lt. Gibson

The post about Wal-Mart was deleted. Thanks to your tips the Male holding the child is now a Suspect and has been positively identified. The other man is not a suspect only a witness. A Warrant will be issued for the suspect. -Lt. Gibson

David Tabor. Level 2. Address: 300 Block of East Locust. Convicted of Sexual Assault 2 counts MISD. Documentation indicates this offense involved the offender engaging in Sexual Contact with a 6 year old female and a 7 year old female. All comments will be deleted. Please feel free to message the page with any questions or concerns involving this or any offender. -Lt. Robby Gibson

The City currently has (1) open Dispatch position and is hiring. For more information or to apply, please visit our website at and click on the employment tab.

The pictured suspects allegedly attempted to use of a Cloned Credit Card at Wal-Mart. If you can Identify them please call Detective Logan George at 501-843-6166 or e-mail him at Case # 18-1304. Thank you!

Congratulations to Patrolman Damian Gabriel on being selected as the City of Cabot Employee of the Month for the Month of July. Below is the citation received: The City of Cabot recognized Patrol Officer Damian Gabriel as the employee of the month for July for his hard work and dedication during the month of June. Recently, there was an extra daily patrol added to the parks on Richie Road and the area surrounding to aid and help prevent criminal activity. Officer Damian Gabriel was one of the numerous officers assigned to the area. On top of his normal duties, Officer Gabriel took it upon himself to gather popsicles and Kool-Aid drinks from the squad room. He then began a campaign of handing out the cool treats to kids playing outside at the various parks, school playgrounds and in the neighborhoods during this extremely hot, and humid summer. Officer Gabriel invited other officers on shift to aid him and enjoy the interaction with all the children. While he did all this not expecting any accolades, his and other officers’ interactions have brought quite a bit of public attention with multiple social media posts. Actions like these started by Officer Gabriel show the community why the Cabot Police Department is regarded so highly by the citizens. This type of community involvement builds trust between the citizens and the officers. Finally, Officer Gabriel transferred to his current position from CID. Because of this, he brings an extensive knowledge of investigative techniques that are extremely valuable to patrol. He has been a tremendous asset to the patrol division since his arrival. Between his knowledge and experience, along with his community involvement skills listed above, he was an easy choice for the July employee of the month.

As with many of you, we are excited for the Grand Opening of the Dairy Queen on West Main Street. The store will be opening Friday morning at 600 am. This will heavily increase the traffic in the area throughout the weekend. If you will be traveling in the area Friday, Saturday or Sunday, please plan accordingly or find an alternate route. We will do our best to keep traffic flowing on West Main Street. We would ask that those trying to get into the parking lot or drive thru to not stop on West Main Street. Also please do not park in adjacent business parking lots without approval from those property owners.

Saturday 6/30/2018 the Cabot Police Department responded and started an investigation into a death at 304 S. Rockwood. Wal-Mart parking lot, involving a firearm. The investigation is on going. No suspects are being sought after at this time.

We recruited over 40 cadets for this year’s event and they did not disappoint. They worked hard, they trained hard, and their abilities were showcased. We are so proud of what they accomplished. These cadets are truly an inspiration for all of us. Thank you to the community of Cabot for making this possible. This program is free for the cadets and their family thanks to generous donations of money and volunteer time. Thank you to Chief Davis and all the officers and dispatchers who volunteered their time on a Saturday. Thank you to Centennial Bank for providing our lunch for the cadets, their family, and the volunteers. Thank you to our Chaplain Tina Frost, Mt. Carmel Church, and Renew Community Church for your help. Thank you to the Cabot School District for partnering with us for all our Junior Police Academy programs. Thank you to our Junior Police Academy Alumni cadets who helped out. Thank you to our countless volunteers who made this another success. Our biggest thanks goes to these junior officers and their families for sharing their time and talent with the Cabot Police Department. Get some rest cadets…the 2019 Academy will be here before you know it!!!