Decatur Police Department

  • Agency: Decatur Police Department
  • Address: 185 N Main St, Decatur, 72722 AR
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 479-752-3911
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Decatur Police Department is located at 185 N Main St, Decatur, 72722 AR. The Decatur Police Department phone number is 479-752-3911.

Decatur Police Department News

Thank you to Brittany Berry and Sara Rodriguez for the basket of goodies. It is much appreciated.

Thank you to Kim P. and Cheryl A. for the wonderful gift basket that was dropped off at our Police Department yesterday! The Officers greatly appreciated it!!

It has come to my attention that a lot of you here in Decatur don't know that we are now being dispatched by Benton County Central Communications. Now when you dial 479-752-3911 you will speak with a dispatcher and they will dispatch us to the call. This is the same dispatch office you reach when you dial 911. I know this isn't as convenient as when we answered the phone directly but there are a few very important reasons why we started doing this. Primarily it was an issue of safety to our officers. If they are on a call or traffic stop they needed to focus on the task at hand, and not a ringing phone. It also allows us to better track information, addresses, and complaints. All complaints are logged, tracked, and recorded. this can help us get information in real time when responding to a call, as well as, provide necessary information at a later date that could aid in investigations. This change was made to better aid us in serving you. Thank you for bearing with us through this change.

We were honored to be part of the Pink Heals organization Sunday as they went to vitis Remington. Remington is battling cancer but through faith, family and friends has kept fighting. He is a huge supporter in all first responders and is a true hero. Our prayers are with you and the blue family will be here beside you through it all. Get well buddy. #P4R

******CAUGHT****** Both individuals have been captured. Thank you all for your help. We are asking the public to please keep an eye out for John weeks and Christopher walker. Both individuals escaped the McDonald County jail today and are on the loose. John weeks is know to have contacts in the Gravette and Decatur area. Both are dangerous and if you see them to contact the local authorities immediately.

We Just picked up another puppy running loose in the street. Our animal shelter is filling up with puppies so if anyone recognizes one please contact us. If your wanting to adopt one, get a hold of the animal control officer on day shift and ask about information in doing so.

****FOUND**** We appreciate everyone who shared the post and helped locate Mrs.Herod. We need your help locating a woman named Margret Herod. She is approx 100 lbs 5’4”, last seen wearing black pants, 1 white shoe and 1 black shoe, and a blue shirt. She has been missing since 10:50 this morning and last seen at her residence on Carton drive. If found please notify the Benton county sheriffs office or your local pd.

Its about that time again! We wanted to make sure everyone knows the city ordnance on fireworks. The only days your allowed to shoot fireworks are July 3rd noon- 10pm, and July 4th noon-midnight. Anyone caught shooting fireworks on any other day or time named above can receive a citation. Officer's will be patrolling looking for individuals shooting fireworks after hours. We want everyone to have a happy 4th of July and please be safe!

The owners was located and will be picking up the dog in the morning. We picked up a nice pit today. If anyone recognizes it have the owners contact us. We appreciate it.

The Decatur Police department needs the public's help in identifying and locating this man. His wanted for questioning in a recent physical disturbance. The male was last seen fleeing on foot but has friends in the Decatur, Gentry and Watts Oklahoma area. If seen please do not make contact and call your local law enforcement agency immediately. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.

The Decatur Police department has found a bicycle and would like for anyone missing one to contact the Police department. The owner will have to describe the bicycle before it will be released. Any and all help will be appreciated.

The Decatur Police Department will be participating in the Click it or Ticket and Drive sober or get pulled over program from May 22-June 4th. Local Law Enforcement agencies will be out in full force to crack down on individuals wearing no seat belts and those drinking and driving. The efforts from Law enforcement agencies is to educate the public and to make sure the roads are safe so everyone returns home safely.

This evening we wished Chief Luker a wonderful retirement and to thank him for his many years of service. The Decatur Officer's, city employees, friends and family came together to share memories they have made over the years and to make sure Chief Luker knows that even though he will be extremely busy fishing, camping, riding his Harley or baling hay, that he will be missed dearly. If anyone has any stories that they would like to tell or any pictures of Chief Luker we would like for you to share them. Enjoy your well earned retirement Chief Luker!

If your missing a german sheppard please contact the Decatur police department at 1-479-752-3911. *UPDATE* The dog was returned to its owners. Thank you everyone for the help.

Due to the high amount of rainfall in the last two days, multiple city streets are closed because of high water flooding. If you come to one of these streets do not attempt to drive through it. More rain is expected this evening and we are asking people to please stay off the roads and stay home if you can.

Today we said goodbye and good luck to Chief Terry Luker. Thank you for the friendship and memories.

Decatur Police Department 185 N. Main Decatur / PO Box 247, AR. 72722 Phone: 479-752-3911 Fax: 479-752-3858 Date: 04-21-17 Time: 3:22 p.m. Press Release Officers of the Decatur Police Department served a warrant on Mitchell Dee Atkins today at approximately 1422 hours for the Offense of two counts of Sexual Assault in the Second Degree, a Class B Felony. Mitchell is a Nurse Practitioner at the Decatur Medi-Clinic in Decatur, Arkansas. Mr. Atkins was arrested at the Decatur Medi-Clinic without incident. The investigation is still ongoing and the Decatur Police Department asks any further victims to come forward. Victims can contact the Decatur Police Department at 479-752-3911 or make their complaints in person.

The City of Decatur will be celebrating the retirement of Chief Terry Luker Friday 04-28-17 from 11am to 2pm. Please drop by and visit if you can.

****CAPTURED**** The Decatur Police Department would like the help from the community in locating Christina Fendelander and Paul Roberson. Both of these individuals have multiple warrants out of Benton County and have been on the run. If anyone has any information on where these two can be located please contact the Decatur police department at 1-479-752-3911 or send us a message on our Department Facebook page. Any information will be kept confidential and all help is greatly appreciated.

The Decatur Fire Department will be having a motorcycle poker run on May 6th starting at the Fire Department on Maple street. The proceeds go towards the children hospital and its an excellent opportunity to show your bikes off and meet some new people. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

The Decatur Police Department is asking the community for help in locating Jason Michael James. James is a wanted felon and was involved in a pursuit with the Decatur Police Department on April 10, 2017. You can call the Police Department at 1-479-752-3911 or message us on our Facebook page. All tips will be kept confidential and all help will be greatly appreciated. Because of all the hard work and the public sharing Mr. James turned himself in without any further incident. Thank you all who assisted us in this search.

For those of you that haven't been advised, in case of a tornado the North Side Elementary School Gymnasium is an Emergency Tornado Shelter. Should our tornado sirens sound, there will be someone there to let you in.

Cherishing Children Pinwheel Placement, Today Members of the Decatur Police Department, Decatur City Offices, Grand savings Bank, True Value, and local volunteers placed 439 pinwheels in front of the Decatur Police Department to raise awareness for child abuse. The Pinwheels signify the number of reported child abuse cases in Benton County over the past year. The pinwheels were brought to us by the Child Advocacy Center of Benton County. Again thank you to all who volunteered. #cacpinwheels

The City of Decatur is now accepting applications for a Full Time Officer Position. Applicants must be a US Citizen, at least 21 years old, have a high school diploma or GED, a valid driver's license and must be able to clear a criminal background check. Applicants must be willing to wear a uniform and work all shifts. experience and certification through the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy or an equivalent certification through another state preferred. Applications can be obtained at the Decatur Police Department or on the City of Decatur's Web Page. Applications must be returned to the Decatur Police Department by 04-10-17.