Dermott Police Department

  • Agency: Dermott Police Department
  • Address: 112 N Freeman, Dermott, 71638 AR
  • Chief: Eric D Evans (Chief of Police)
Phone: 870-538-5269
Fax: 870-538-5400
Email:
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Dermott Police Department is located at 112 N Freeman, Dermott, 71638 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Eric D Evans. The Dermott Police Department phone number is 870-538-5269.

Dermott Police Department News

Speedy Recovery .... We’re sending our thoughts and prayers to our former dispatcher Bill Brantley, who will be having his leg amputed today! Keep him in your thoughts & pray for a speedy recovery!

Announcement: The Drivers Test will not be given today.

Dermott District Court will be held on April 6, 2018 at 9:30 am. Doors will open at 9:15 am.

Road Condition: Hwy 35 is OPEN! The recent rain did not impact Hwy 35 enough for a closure, but proceed with caution. And again, Hwy 35 is open.

Announcement: Accepting F/T dispatcher applications. If you would like to apply, come to the Police Department for an application.

Announcement: The Drivers Test will not be given today.

Hwy 35 is OPEN! You are able to travel to Collins/Monticello from Dermott! 🎉

Road conditions update: Hwy 35 in Dermott headed towards Collins/Monticello is still closed. The good news: The water is receding. The bad news: More rain is expected over the weekend. After the weekend, the road will be re-evaluated by law enforcement and Highway Dept to determine road conditions. As of now, the road is CLOSED! Do NOT attempt to travel .....

Safety Announcement: Hwy 35 in Dermott headed towards Collins/Monticello is CLOSED! Do not attempt to drive this highway. Signs have been clearly posted for your safety. DO NOT ATTEMPT to drive this highway! Water can appear to be shallow, but be very deep. Your life and your passengers are more important than taking a chance on a closed and flooded highway. Safety will always be our #1 priority. Once the road is safe to travel, the signs will be taken down by the Highway Dept. and cars will be allowed to continue through to Collins/Monticello.

Reminder: Daylight Savings 🕰 Remember to Spring Forward .... Sunday, March 11 at 2:00 am

Road conditions: Hwy 35 in Dermott is still closed headed towards Collins/Monticello. You will have to take an alternate route. Do NOT attempt to pass thru the “Roads Closed” sign. This is for your safety!!

Dermott Road Conditions: For those who have lived in Dermott, we all know that the rain is our biggest problem. Especially when it’s heavy amounts of rainfall. An officer will be patrolling to evaluate the road conditions, but if you notice any unsafe road condition in Dermott - please report the road conditions as a comment or in the inbox. Thank you in advance!

Road Conditions Update: Hwy 35 in Dermott heading towards Collins/Monticello is still closed until further notice. Do NOT attempt to drive this Hwy. Arkansas St (by the Revenue Office) between Speedway St and Pedicord St is closed. In some areas, the water may appear low, but if you are not sure - find an alternate route. If you do not have to be out in this weather, please remain stationary at your location. If you have an intended destination, please give yourself an extra 10- 20 minutes; therefore, you will not have to be in a hurry. Safety will always be our first priority.

Safety Announcement Hwy 35 in Dermott headed towards Collins/Monticello is closed until further notice.

Announcement from Dermott School: Dermott school will be open tomorrow, February 23rd, unless there is significant rainfall during the night and conditions change. If this should occur, a call will be made by 6:15 am if school will be closed.

Announcement: Dermott School will be closed today, February 22nd, due to flooding!

Caution: Due to the excessive rain showers, be mindful that some Dermott roads tend to flood more than others. If you are unsure of the water depth, please find another way to get to your destination. Always err on the side of caution! Thanks in advance.

Announcement:

Condolences to the the Family of Mr. Floyd Gray, Sr. Dermott Police Department would like to send our deepest condolences and prayers to the Gray Family. Mr. Floyd Gray, Sr was a retired Dermott School Teacher, Former Mayor of the City of Dermott, and most importantly he was a loving Husband, Dad, Granddad, and Friend. Funeral Arrangement: The wake will be held at St. Paul Baptist Church from 5 pm - 7:30 pm on Friday, February 16, 2018. The funeral will be on Saturday, February 17, 2018 at 11 am at the Dermott High School's gymnasium.

Announcement : Dermott School will have a 2 hour delay for tomorrow, January 19, 2018. Also, homecoming assembly will be at 1:30.

Dermott School will be open tomorrow with a 2 hour delay.

Announcement. Dermott School District will be closed on Wednesday, January 17, 2018.

Announcement: Tuesday, January 16, 2018 - Dermott School District will be closed due to weather. Remember to bundle up if you go outside. It's cold!

Weather Update: Good news - It’s snowing ❄️ Bad news - It’s snowing ❄️ We are asking if you do not have to be out in the weather, please remain at home. The roads have some snow and are slippery. If you must go out, we recommend that you give yourself enough time to make it to your destination. Always err on the side of safety!

In recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Historical Background: In 1960 King and his family moved to Atlanta, his native city, where he joined his father as co-pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church. This new position did not stop King and his SCLC colleagues from becoming key players in many of the most significant civil rights battles of the 1960s. Their philosophy of nonviolence was put to a particularly severe test during the Birmingham campaign of 1963, in which activists used a boycott, sit-ins and marches to protest segregation, unfair hiring practices and other injustices in one of America’s most racially divided cities. Arrested for his involvement on April 12, King penned the civil rights manifesto known as the “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” an eloquent defense of civil disobedience addressed to a group of white clergymen who had criticized his tactics. (History.com)