Berryville Police Department

  • Agency: Berryville Police Department
  • Address: 303 E Madison Ave, Berryville, 72616 AR
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 870-423-3343

Berryville Police Department is located at 303 E Madison Ave, Berryville, 72616 AR. The Berryville Police Department phone number is 870-423-3343.

Berryville Police Department News

We are thankful to all the wonderful people who have recognized us for Law Enforcement Appreciation week. We appreciate all the goodie bags, cookies, fruit, cards, and plaques that were given. Thank you!!

Earlier this week Officer Boren and Officer Hicks gave an Active Shooter Presentation to the employees of First National Bank. It was a great opportunity for them to share their knowledge and training with members of the community.

We receive numerous calls from concerned citizens when one of the traffic lights in town is not functioning properly. Most of these calls are reporting the incident to us. There are other calls from motorist, who are confused about what their responsibility is as a driver and what they should do. If a traffic light is not functioning properly or flashing red, this is the recommended course of action. Treat each traffic light as a four-way stop, with the driver on the right having the right-of-way. Enter intersections only when it is safe to do so, using turn signals to let other motorists know of your intentions. Watch out for and obey any Police Officers or Public Works Officials who are directing traffic within intersections.

The Berryville Police Department is now accepting applications for Reserve Officer Positions. Application and Job Description can be picked up at the Berryville Police Department. Accepting applications until the positions are filled.

The Berryville Police Department would like to thank the Berryville Bobcat Cheerleaders for the recognition during Friday's football game, it is most appreciated.

This morning local businesses, including the Berryville Police Department, gathered together to "Stuff The Bus". The project is part of Berryville School's Bright Futures Program. The items gathered will be used to help children who can not provide their own school supplies. We were proud to be part of this program and we thank all others who were also involved.

On this day, July 29, 1967, 50 years ago, Berryville Chief of Police Charles Robbins was killed on duty. Chief Robbins was assisting an Arkansas State Trooper who was struggling with a suspect on the Berryville Square. The Trooper's service weapon accidentally discharged during the struggle; the bullet struck Chief Robbins. The Berryville Police Department would like to remember the sacrifice Chief Robbins made for his community and country. We honor him by serving with integrity and respect. Chief Charles Robbins E.O.W. 07/29/1967

The Berryville Police Department would like to thank the ladies of Berryville Anstaff Bank South Branch, Regina, Stephanie and Stephanie for bringing our Officers breakfast this morning. Your recognition is greatly appreciated.