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

Siren Alert: The Alert was activated for severe thunderstorm. You do not need to contact the police department unless you require emergency assistance.

Dermott City Limits: There has been reports of flooding throughout the city. If you do not need to be out, stay at your residence. If you are out, be careful and mindful of your surroundings. Again Hwy 35 to Monticello from Dermott is open, but itโ€™s been a reports of high amounts of water along the highway. If you do not have to travel to Monticello, hold off until the weather and water subside. If you need to report power lines down, call 870-538-5269 or 1-800-ENTERGY! Do NOT attempt to move any power lines.

Weather and Road Conditions: Dermott and surrounding areas have been experiencing rain throughout the days. Hwy 35 is OPEN, but please proceed with caution. If you are in Dermott, you are aware of the main streets that have potential to flood faster than others. If you cannot tell the water depths, take an alternate route. If you see downed power lines, do NOT attempt to move. Contact the police department or Entergy as soon as possible. Safety is our #1 priority!

FYI: Drivers test will be given today. Only the written part will be administered. NO road test due to weather!

We wish everyone a Happy Fatherโ€™s Day! โค๏ธ from the Dermott Police Department ๐Ÿš”

Announcement: Special call meeting at Dermott City Hall at 5pm on May 30th.

History: Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the countryโ€™s armed forces. From the beginning of the Civil War, President Lincoln argued that the Union forces were not fighting to end slavery but to prevent the disintegration of the United States. For abolitionists, however, ending slavery was the reason for the war, and they argued that black people should be able to join the fight for their freedom. However, African Americans were not allowed to serve as soldiers in the Union Army until January 1, 1863. On that day, the Emancipation Proclamation decreed that โ€œsuch persons [that is, African-American men] of suitable condition, will be received into the armed services of the United States.โ€ -History.com

FYI.... Dermott District Court and Dermott City Hall will be closed on Monday, May 28th in observation of Memorial Day! Offices will resume normal working hours on Tuesday, May 29th.

MEMORIAL DAY! Memorial Day is dedicated to the memory of all U. S. Armed forces who have died while serving their country. Memorial Day was originally known as Decoration Day. It is celebrated every last Monday of May and has been a federal holiday since 1967. With that being said, most businesses will be closed on Monday, May 28th and there will be travelers from near & far. We ask that everyone adhere to all traffic rules and regulations. We want everyone to enjoy their family and friends. Have a great 3 day weekend! Remember to always err on the side of safety. ๐Ÿš”๐Ÿš” If you need any assistance, contact the Dermott PD at 870-538-5269 or in case of an emergency, DIAL 9-1-1.

Congratulations to Dermott High School Class of 2018! ๐ŸŽ“ Dermott Police Department would like to extend our biggest Congrats to the Class of 2018 Graduating Class. May 17, 2018 will be a day you will never forget! We wish you the greatest success in your future. Your class was small but your ambitions are big! There is no limit to your achievements! Go forward and make your family, friends, and community proud! Onward and Upward! ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰

FYI: Arkansans will be out voting today. Please be mindful of pedestrians crossing the street and more traffic traveling throughout the streets. Everyone need to adhere to the speed limit signs and wear your seatbelt. We want everyone to vote successfully without any accident or injury! Safety 1st!

CLICK IT OR TICKET Campaign has begun! ๐Ÿš” The two-week long Click It or Ticket effort begins Monday, May 21st.

Have a great day & great week!

Happy Motherโ€™s Day from the Dermott Police Dept! Have a great day with family & friends ๐ŸŒธ

Happy Friday! For those who need to take the Drivers Test, the examiner is at the Dermott Police Dept today. The road test will be given in the morning and written test will be in the afternoon! Good luck to all test takers!!

Speedy Recovery .... Weโ€™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! ๐ŸŽ‰

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.