Conway Police Department

  • Agency: Conway Police Department
  • Address: 1105 Prairie Street, Conway, 72032 AR
  • Chief: Randall Aragon (Chief of Police)
Phone: 501-450-6120

Conway Police Department is located at 1105 Prairie Street, Conway, 72032 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Randall Aragon. The Conway Police Department phone number is 501-450-6120.

Conway Police Department News

Your Conway Police Department needs help identifying two people who burglarized a local restaurant. It happened shortly after 1 am October 23, 2017 at Tacos 4 Life on Oak Street. Two people with hooded sweat shirts can be seen in surveillance video breaking the glass door of the business and going inside. They can later be seen leaving the business through the broken door. While you can’t see the burglars’ faces, perhaps you can identify them from their mannerisms or maybe you were in the area at the time and saw something. If you have any information on this case you are asked to call Detective Fornash in the Criminal Investigation Division at 501-450-6130 or you can text an anonymous tip to CRIMES use the keyword Conway plus your tip. Thanks in advance for your help.

‪Thanks to the folks at Hideaway Pizza for lunch. We appreciate the gesture and welcome to Conway! ‬

ATTENTION: Your Conway Police Department's records department/lobby window will be closed Thursday November 9th from 11:15-12:45. Thanks

A family dropped off treats to say thanks for checking on their home while they were away. This was certainly our pleasure to do so. Your Conway Police Department offers this service for free. All you have to do is sign-up and an officer will check your residence twice a day while you are away from home. You can log on to to access the forms. This is just one of the many services we provide to keep you safe.

Your Conway Police Department is dedicated to protecting and serving this community and the people in it. But it’s as important to the department to work hard at building trust, developing and nurturing relationships. The way we measure success is through feedback from those we encounter. We got an email from a parent that shows us that our efforts are working. Landon saw Officer Worley in her vehicle back in January and wanted to meet her. Officer Worley went above and beyond by getting out and not only meeting Landon but also spending time with him showing him her vehicle and all of her crime fighting tools. Well that encounter stuck with Landon and for Halloween he decided he wanted to be a police officer. Now this makes everything we do well worth it. Thanks Landon, we hope you someday join the team.

Being a Conway Police Officer is not just about enforcing the law. We get to stop and have a little fun. Recently some of our officers got to drop in on a birthday party with some wonderful kids. Thanks for having us!

We had a successful women’s self defense class. We appreciate all the ladies who came out as well as Jonny with Gravitas MMA for helping instruct the class. We hope the ladies learned a lot and remember this was just the beginning, if you want to be able to defend yourself you need to practice the techniques learned. We will announce our next class , please watch our social media sites for announcements. If you have already taken the class and found it beneficial, encourage friends, family and other women in your life to take the class. It’s the goal of the Conway Police Department to teach women to protect themselves.

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Rise & Shine with Conway’s Finest dropped in at Julia Moore this morning. Your Conway Police Department Officers, firemen and teachers greeted students as they showed up for class this morning. It was hi-fives, singing 🎤 , dancing and having a good time all the way around. Our goal is to brighten the students’ morning and get the day started on a good note. We also want to build trust and strong bonds with young people. Next month we take the show on the road to another elementary school. So get ready to Rise & Shine!!!! Stayed tuned to learn which.

If you were greeted at work like this I am sure you will have a great day. We wanted to make sure students at Julia Moore had a wonderful day so we greeted them. It was Rise and Shine with Conway’s Finest, CPD & CFD! We all had an awesome time. We will be at a School near you next month and we can’t wait!

We came to greet them but they made us feel welcome at Julia Moore for Rise and Shine with Conway’s Finest. We started this Friday Rockin it!! We are all pumped up.

It’s time to Rise & Shine with Conway’s Finest at Julia Moore elementary. Getting this Friday started on a good note!!

Officer Tim Woods was inducted into the University of Central Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame. Officer Woods, who is a school resource officer, played wide receiver for the UCA Bears from '91-'94. The team of school resource officers were on hand at the ceremony as Officer Woods was inducted. The entire Conway Police Department is so proud of his accomplishment and is honored to have him on our team. CONGRATS!

Reminder: If you signed up for our women's self defense class we look forward to seeing you Saturday from 1-4pm. We still have a couple slots left. If you or someone you know would like to take the class, give us a call 513--3583. Have a wonderful day.

UPDATE: Thanks to help from the public Your Conway Police Department identified and arrested the man believed to have stolen trees from a business. 55 year old Michael Bonacich of Dover faces a felony theft of property charge. Police found all of the stolen trees. We appreciate all of the tips. *********************************************** Your Conway Police Department needs help identifying a man who stole trees from a local business. Please take a look at the video. If you have any information on this man's identity please call our criminal investigation division at 501-450-6130 or text an anonymous tip to CRIMES (274-637) use the keyword Conway.

B Team Officers got to enjoy Halloween with some pretty cool kiddos tonight! Thank you to the many people in the community for reaching out and inviting us to your neighborhoods. We hope everyone had a safe and Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween from Your Conway Police Department. Our dispatchers are certainly in the spirit. The group dressed to represent the decades 1960s, 1970s, 1980s,1990s and 2000s. They also handed out treat bags to officers. As you all get out to trick or treat we ask that you be safe. The number one rule is to make sure children are accompanied by an adult and drivers please be aware that little ghosts, goblins, princes, princesses and all sorts of characters will be on the streets so watch out for them. Have wonderful night.

With Halloween just a day away the Conway Police Department wants to offer some safety tips. We all know Halloween means Trick or Treating and CPD expects an influx of vehicles and people on the streets. We want you all to be safe. Below are a few Halloween Safety tips. WHEN TRICK-OR-TREATING: • Always trick or treat with a parent / responsible adult • Stay in a group, walk slowly and walk, don't run. • Carry a flashlight. • Stay on sidewalks. • Stay in familiar neighborhoods. • Never enter a stranger's home or car for a treat. • Don't cut across yards or driveways. • Make sure costumes don't drag on the ground. • Shoes should fit • Don’t wear masks while walking from house to house. • Wear clothing with reflective markings or tape. • Approach only houses that are lit. • Never eat unwrapped food items or open beverages that may be offered. • No treats are to be eaten until they are thoroughly checked by an adult at home. Should you have a situation arise that needs police attention please call CPD at 501-450-6120 or dial 911

Your Conway Police Department needs help identifying a man who stole trees from a local business. Please take a look at the video. If you have any information on this man's identity please call our criminal investigation division at 501-450-6130 or text an anonymous tip to CRIMES (274-637) use the keyword Conway.

Good morning and happy Monday. Your Conway Police Department hopes you have a great week.

Thanks to the folks at City of Hope Outreach for inviting us to have lunch and hangout with them today. We had a wonderful time. Events like this are important to us because they allow us to develop new relationships and nurture old ones.

We had a great turnout for our drug take back. We collected 359 pounds of old medications that will be properly disposed of. We appreciate everyone who brought in their unused meds, this helps to keep them out of our water system and from being abused if they fall into the wrong hands. Thanks to Harding University Pharmacy student Madison Everette for helping Your CPD with this take back.

Officer Fosko made some new friends from England (that’s England, Arkansas). Their mom couldn’t say enough about their encounter with Officer Fosko. Seems he made quite an impression on them. That’s what we aim to do everyday here at the Conway Police Department. Read what mom had to say. “Just want to say thank you to the officer who stopped in to eat at David Burgers tonight. We had a table full of kids who he talked to while eating his dinner. They asked a million questions and he was so awesome to answer. They asked for a sticker and he was out but about 15 min later after he left he showed up and made there night. We are from England , AR so the fact he took the time to make them happy means so much. Just want to tell him thanks.” Thanks for the wonderful note!