Ozark Police Department

  • Agency: Ozark Police Department
  • Address: 200 S 4th St, Ozark, 72949 AR
  • Chief: Jim Noggle (Chief of Police)
Phone: (479) 667-2233
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Ozark Police Department is located at 200 S 4th St, Ozark, 72949 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Jim Noggle. The Ozark Police Department phone number is (479) 667-2233.

Ozark Police Department News

Some recent arrests by our officers

This dog was found near the I40 Travel Center and was taken to Holts Animal Clinic. If this is your dog or you want to adopt it, contact Holt’s Office

We are trying to identify these two people. Last seen driving a silver Grand Am.

The Ozark Police Department is trying to identify this individual. If you know who this please message on Face Book or call us at 479-667-2233

After a year of waiting, OPD has moved! Today is the first day that we will be open at 2914 West Commercial Street! You can come there and handle any business you have. Our phone number has not changed, 479-667-2233.

We are still taking applications for Code Enforcement/Animal Control Officer. This is a full time position, with benefits. We are also taking applications for Auxiliary Officers. Applications for both can be picked up at the Ozark Police Department, in person, during normal business hours.

Shop-with-a-cop was a huge success! Thank you to Arkansas State Police, Arkansas Game and Fish, Franklin County Sheriff's Office, US Forestry Service, and all others that helped make this another awesome event!

OPD Is taking applications for Code Enforcement/Animal Control Officer position. This is a full time position, with benifits. Apply, in person, at 200 South 4th St. In Ozark.

OPD Officers arrested Ashley Bailey last Friday. Bailey was charged with Possession of Meth with the purpose to deliver, Possession of Marijuana with the purpose to deliver, Possession of drug paraphernalia, and Introducing contraband into a correctional facility.

(Franklin County, AR Burn Ban Notification) Attention all Franklin County citizens. Due to dry conditions Judge Rickey Bowman has issued a Burn Ban for Franklin County effective immediately.

On Friday 11-17-17, a subject was cited for failing to stop for a school bus that had it's red lights activated and was unloading children. If you are charged with this, it could result in a $515.00 fine and a 6 month suspension of your driver's license! Make sure to pay attention when you are driving. This could have been a terrible tragedy if children had been crossing the street! 27-51-1004. Passing when stopped prohibited. (a) When a school bus stops and displays its alternating red warning lights for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers, every operator of a motor vehicle or motorcycle meeting or overtaking the school bus from any direction shall bring the motor vehicle or motorcycle to a complete stop before reaching the school bus. (b) The operator of the motor vehicle or motorcycle shall not start up or attempt to pass in any direction until the school bus vehicle has finished receiving or discharging its passengers and is in motion again.