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

We want to wish Officer Johnson the best of luck with his new job. Today, 02/11/18, is his last day as an officer with the Lowell Police Department. Thank you Officer Johnson for your service to the City of Lowell. Stay safe!

Thank you too www.bulletproof-it.com for helping us outfit K9 “Judge” with his protective vest! We greatly appreciate your service and assistance!

The City of Lowell Police Department is accepting applications for full-time Police Officer. Arkansas State Certified is preferred, but not required. Starting pay for the position is $16.00 per hour. The department works 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off. The department has a Special Response Team, Motor Division and Bike Patrol. The department also has home storage vehicles for those that live within ten minutes to the city. Some of the benefits provided are three weeks paid vacation after a year, eleven paid holidays, Accumulate twenty sick days per year and Health care. All uniforms and equipment are provided. The basic qualifications for the position are: a. Be a citizen of the United States. b. Be at least 21 years of age. c. Be of good character as determined by a thorough background investigation. d. Be a high school graduate or have a (GED). e. Be examined by a licensed physician and meet the physical requirements. f. Be examined by an individual licensed to practice psychiatry or psychology. g. Possess a valid Arkansas driver's license. h. Ability to pass a physical fitness and a written test. Applications are available on-line or can be picked up at the Police Department located at 214 N. Lincoln St. Applications will be accepted until Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 6:00 PM. If you have submitted an application within the past six months, it is still on file. The City of Lowell is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

We will also remember the fallen! *thank you Centerton PD for the image.

Lowell officers will be extra vigilant tonight as they patrol and respond to calls for service. Please be responsible and have a Safe and Happy New Year’s eve!

Thank you to Varner Family Dentistry for providing mugs to Lowell Officers today. We greatly appreciate it.

Effective Immediately Any vehicles parked in violation of city ordinance will be subject to citation and/or towed at the owner’s expense. Parking ordinances are listed below. 28-33 Parking prohibited on certain streets 28-34 No parking on street in residential areas or certain streets during certain hours. 28-35 Parking of common carriers, trucks, tractors, RVs, trailers, boats and boat trailers on public streets prohibited.







**PLEASE SHARE**WE NEED YOUR HELP**PLEASE SHARE** Over the past two weeks, we have taken multiple breaking or entering and theft of property reports. All of these incidents were in the same neighborhood. The reports included stolen guns, stolen vehicles, and other property. All of these incidents included unlocked vehicles. All vehicles, all weapons, and some property has been recovered. The suspects have been identified and criminal charges are pending from Lowell and other local cities. If you had items stolen from the Southfork III neighborhood and have not received a call from the Lowell Police Department, please contact the Lowell PD – Criminal Investigations Division, to see if we have recovered your property. During the holiday season, these crimes greatly increase. Please be vigilant and make sure you secure your property so you do not make it easy for these criminals. Remove all your important items from your vehicles. Secure your vehicles and make sure any arriving packages do not sit out front for an extended period of time. If you see something, call! Help us to prevent you from becoming a victim!

Last week, K9 Officer Reed, K9 Judge and Officer Harding met with the Boy Scouts (Den 1 Lions - Pack 9).

This week, Officers Garcia & Harding attended the Medical Marijuana and Alcohol updates class put on by Arkansas Alcohol Beverage Control. This class provided the needed information for law enforcement to enforce the new laws pertaining to medical marijuana in Arkansas.

This week, Detective Pile attended and completed the 40-hour Crisis Intervention Team course. The course is designed to provide methods and techniques to communicate and de-escalate situations involving individuals dealing with any crisis, including developmental or mental disabilities. This class is also designed to work with Arkansas Act 423 criteria and the future crisis stabilization units coming to Arkansas.

Congratulations to Officers Eddie Davis, Cody Collins and Chris Moore on graduating the part-time police academy. After completing their field training, they will be active part-time police officers for the City of Lowell.