Little Rock Police Department

  • Agency: Little Rock Police Department
  • Address: 700 W. Markham st, Little Rock, 72201 AR
  • Chief: Stuart Thomas (Chief of Police)

Little Rock Police Department is located at 700 W. Markham st, Little Rock, 72201 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Stuart Thomas. The Little Rock Police Department phone number is (501) 371-4829.

Little Rock Police Department News

United Way Kick-Off- Join us at 10:00 am in the Rotunda at City Hall for an opportunity to bid on time off, and many more exciting gifts. #CityOfLittleRockStaff #UnitedWay

Your Safe Speed location today is: Pleasant Valley Dr.

City offices to close for Veteran’s Day observance LITTLE ROCK (Nov. 8, 2018) – The City of Little Rock will be closed on Monday, Nov. 12 in observance of Veteran’s Day. All solid waste services – garbage, yard waste, and recycling – will be collected one day later than usual with Monday through Friday routes shifting to Tuesday through Saturday. The City’s 311 office will also be closed and not taking calls. However, residents may still log issues via the Little Rock 311 app.

58% of college students say they don’t know what to do to help someone who is a victim of dating abuse. - Teach your young adults that it is alright to seek help from other adults (teachers, counselors, resident advisors, police officers, etc).

Big thanks to Officer Goodlow for visiting with the kids at Booker Elementary today! #community #LRPDproud

Congratulations to the Officers promoted during CompStat this morning. A formal public promotional service will occur later this month. Officers Brittany Gunn, Kendal Cole and Crystal Simmons were promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Sergeants Cassandra Davis, Jennifer Freeman and Cody Miller were promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.

LRPD and AmeriCorp have formed a partnership to ensure CrimeWatch programs are established within City Wards located in the intercity. AmeriCorps is a voluntary civil society program supported by the U.S. federal government, foundations, corporations, and other donors engaging adults in public service work with a goal of "helping others and meeting critical needs in the community." #LRPDCommunityConnected #CrimeWatchPrograms

Your Safe Speed location today is: Baseline Rd.

The LRPD Telephone Reporting Unit (TRU) celebrated Cadet Hussein’s Birthday.

Announcement Black Indian, Native American Heritage Fair set for Saturday To commemorate November as Native American Heritage month, the City’s Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission has joined several partners to host the Black Indian and Native American Heritage Fair on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the University Plaza Shopping Center, 5820 Asher Avenue in Little Rock. The Fair, which is free and open to the public, will include a series of three presentations led by the Sequoyah National Research Center at the following times: • 11–11:15 a.m. Black Indians at Sequoyah National Research Center, Dr. Daniel Littlefield • 12–12:15 p.m. Slave, Choctaw, and Chickasaw Removal, Carolyn Kent • 1–1:15 p.m. Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes at the Trail of Tears, Dr. Daniel Littlefield The Fair will also include an exhibit entitled, Patriot Nations: Native Americans in Our Nation’s Armed Forces from the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. The museum notes that the exhibition chronicles the largely unknown history of Native American veterans. Native peoples have served the U.S. in every major military encounter from the Revolutionary War to today’s conflicts in the Middle East — and, at a higher rate in proportion to their population than any other ethnic group. Using art, photography and essays, the show examines more than 300 years of Native people’s contributions to the U.S. military. Also at the fair will be a Kids’ Zone with fun activities and informational tables set up by organizations such as the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, Arkansas State Archives, 4-H and University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service. Partners hosting the event are: UA Little Rock, Sequoyah National Research Center, Jason Irby Innovation Foundation, University District Partnership, Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission, Black History Commission of Arkansas, Arkansas National Guard Museum.

Your Safe Speed location today is: Pebble Beach Dr.

Please watch the video below regarding online dating.

Your Safe Speed location today is: West 65th Street.

On Sunday, November 4, 2018, the Southwest Substation received a visit from members of The Pleasant Valley Church of Christ. They delivered baked cookies for our Officers in appreciation for their service. Your outreach services are greatly appreciated. #LRPD #CommunityConnected

Do you feel called to help others and serve your community? Consider applying to join the Little Rock Police Department. We are the hightest paying law enforcement agency in the state. Additionally, we offer $5,000 hiring and moving incentives. Help us Build a Better Blue and a better community by applying for our spring 2019 training at

Fair Park Elementary Career Day! #LRPD #CommunityConnected

Please help us locate. If you have any information call (501)-371- INFO.

Your Safe Speed location today is: Riverfront Dr.

Big day today for our city! We welcome the thousands of walkers and runners participating in the Race for the Cure this morning. Starting line will be at 2nd & and Broadway. Please see map below for road closures during the race.

Officers and Detectives on scene of a shooting at 7316 Sunflower Drive. PAO on scene.

Letter from Chief Buckner

Another new CrimeWatch Interest group. LRPD is excited to share with the SoMa Business and Merchants Alliance. The presentation led to the group of small business owners discussion regarding forming our first Business CrimeWatch Group. Stay tuned as more groups are formed! #LRPD #CrimeWatch #CommunityConnections

Your Safe Speed location today is: Western Hills Blvd.

UPDATE: This suspect has been identified. Thank you for your help! Please help us identify this theft suspect.