Magnolia Police Department is located at 205 N. Jackson, Magnolia, 71753 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Gorum. The Magnolia Police Department phone number is 870-234-2323.
ALERT: We are patrolling and looking for these 2 individuals in the area. They are reportedly going door-to-door, trying to sell alarm systems. They have also been reported as forcing entry once the homeowner comes to the door. Please DO NOT open the door if they come to your home and call dispatch immediately so that an officer can be sent to your location. 234-5655
No job is worse than a jail cell....#makebetterchoicesforyourself #stopbreakingthelaw #dontstealwhatothersworkfor #youwillgetcaught
Earth Day fun on the Square. Come by and see us!!
Beautiful day for some fun in the park!
Officer Schaefer helping Eastside kids with the flag this morning!
This evening and tonight snow, slush, and water on the roadway will re freeze causing hazardous conditions. Please avoid driving if at all possible. Medical personal call Central Dispatch 234-5655 if you need assistance to or from work tonight or in the morning.
Everyone please stay off the roads tonight unless you absolutely have to get out. Any medical personnel needing a ride to or from work tonight due to inclement weather please call Central Dispatch 234-5655 and we will send an officer to help with transportation.
The MPD wishes everyone a safe and Happy New Year. Just remember, if you drink and drive we will give you a free ride.....to the jailhouse. #staysafe #fullforce
All applications for the CID secretary position must be turned in by Friday, December 22nd at noon.
Arkansas State Police, Magnolia PD, Magnolia FD, Columbia County Sheriffs Deputies, and Columbia County Ambulance Service were fortunate enough, thanks to Wal-Mart, to be able to participate in Shop with a Cop this morning. This is definitely one of the best parts of the job. Merry Christmas!
Magnolia PD is now taking applications for a Criminal Investigations Secretary. Applicants must have a high school diploma, a valid drivers license, and pass a background check. Applications can be obtained at the Magnolia Police Department.
Prayers going out to Pafford Crews and Family's.
Our prayers go out to the Drew County Sheriff's Department, friends, and family of the deputy killed in the line of duty.
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR DISPATCHER Central Dispatch is now accepting applications for position of Dispatcher. Applications can be picked up at Central Dispatch, which is located at the Columbia County Sheriff’s Department on County Road 300. Applicants must pass a background check, and have at least a high school diploma. This position has a starting pay of $11.40 an hour plus benefits and does involve shift work.
The law enforcement community lost a long time partner, supporter, and friend today. He will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace Dave!!! Our prayers are with his family.
Prayers for the family, friends, and co-workers of the Newport Police Officer shot and killed in the line of duty.