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Gosnell Police Department is located at 307 South Airbase Highway, Gosnell, 72315 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Fred Roberts. The Gosnell Police Department phone number is 870-532-2111.
Happy Birthday 610.
Trick or treating for the City of Gosnell has been rescheduled for Tuesday October 30th 2018 beginning at 5p to 7p.
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The Police Department (Verizon) is experiencing phone issues. If you are unable to reach us please contact the Mississippi County Sheriff's Department @ 870.762.2243 or for emergencies 911.
Two (2) handguns were confiscated off an individual in Gosnell. Please conduct an inventory of your firearms. To include vehicle and residences. Please report any missing to your local police department. Thank you.
Gosnell PD and City Hall is having phone issues. Bare with us, Ritter has been notified.
The Gosnell School Homecoming parade will begin @ 4pm this afternoon and will last approximately one (1) hour. Traffic during this time will be congested. Please be prepared to stop as there will be children in the roadway collecting candy. ****PLEASE USE CAUTION****
**P.S.A** Todays topic, Child Safety Restraint.This is an issue we are starting to see daily, especially during morning school traffic. The following is the current law for this issue. Please adhere to this law as our/your Officers will be enforcing this. Children's safety is priority. 2015 Arkansas Code Title 27 - Transportation Subtitle 3 - Motor Vehicles And Their Equipment Chapter 34 - Child Passenger Protection Act § 27-34-104 - Requirements. Universal Citation: AR Code § 27-34-104 (2015) (a) While operating a motor vehicle on a public road, street, or highway of this state, a driver who transports a child under fifteen (15) years of age in a passenger automobile, van, or pickup truck, other than one operated for hire, shall provide for the protection of the child by properly placing, maintaining, and securing the child in a child passenger restraint system properly secured to the vehicle and meeting applicable federal motor vehicle safety standards in effect on January 1, 1995. (b) A child who is less than six (6) years of age and who weighs less than sixty pounds (60 lbs.) shall be restrained in a child passenger safety seat properly secured to the vehicle. (c) If a child is at least six (6) years of age or at least sixty pounds (60 lbs.) in weight, a safety belt properly secured to the vehicle shall be sufficient to meet the requirements of this section.
Driver license testing is cancelled for today. Contact Arkansas State Police Troop C @ 870.935.7302 for any questions.
Gosnell Public school will be closed today.
School is rapidly approaching, keep in mind the law for passing stopped school buses. https://law.justia.com/codes/arkansas/2010/title-27/subtitle-4/chapter-51/subchapter-10/27-51-1004
Gosnell High School is closed due to lingering construction. The Severe Weather shelter for Gosnell Citizens will temporarily be and the Gosnell Community Center, West of our Police Department.
Condolences to Officer Teeter and Family.
****Public Service Announcement**** 2016 Arkansas Code Title 27 - Transportation Subtitle 2 - Motor Vehicle Registration and Licensing Chapter 22 - Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance § 27-22-104. Insurance required -- Minimum coverage Universal Citation: AR Code § 27-22-104 (2016) (a) (1) It is unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle within this state unless the motor vehicle and the person's operation of the motor vehicle are each covered by: (A) A certificate of self-insurance under § 27-19-107; or (B) An insurance policy issued by an insurance company authorized to do business in this state. (2) (A) Failure to present proof of insurance coverage at the time of a traffic stop or arrest or a failure of the Vehicle Insurance Database or proof of an insurance card issued under § 23-89-213 to show current insurance coverage at the time of the traffic stop creates a rebuttable presumption that the motor vehicle or the person's operation of the motor vehicle is uninsured. (B) (i) (a) A proof-of-insurance card or any temporary proof of insurance issued by the insurance company that meets the requirements of § 23-89-213 may be presented in either paper form or electronic form. (b) As used in subsection (a)(2)(B)(i)(a) of this section, "electronic form" means the display of electronic images on a cellular phone or any other type of portable electronic device if the device has sufficient functionality and display capability to enable the user to display the information required under § 23-89-213 as clearly as a paper proof-of-insurance card or other paper temporary proof of insurance issued by the insurance company. (ii) The presentment of proof of insurance in electronic form does not: (a) Authorize a search of any other content of an electronic device without a search warrant or probable cause; or (b) Expand or restrict the authority of a law enforcement officer to conduct a search or investigation. (b) The policy shall provide at a minimum the following coverage: (1) Not less than twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) for bodily injury or death of one (1) person in any one (1) accident; (2) Not less than fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) for bodily injury or death of two (2) or more persons in any one (1) accident; and (3) If the accident results in damage to or destruction of property, not less than twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) for the damage to or destruction of property of others in any one (1) accident. (c) (1) For purposes of this subsection, "operating motor vehicle" means a motor vehicle that is actually driven out of the government-owned and government-operated storage facility under its own power. (2) A government-owned and government-operated storage facility for motor vehicles may refuse to release an operating motor vehicle from the storage facility if the owner of the motor vehicle cannot establish that the motor vehicle is covered by insurance as required under this section. (3) The following are exempt from the requirements of this subsection: (A) A motor vehicle that is considered salvage; (B) A motor vehicle when an insurer holds the title to the motor vehicle; and (C) A motor vehicle that is not driven out of the government-owned and government-operated storage facility under its own power. https://law.justia.com/codes/arkansas/2016/title-27/subtitle-2/chapter-22/section-27-22-104/
We are experiencing landline issues. Calls should be answer via cell phone.