Clarksville Police Department is located at 1008 W Main St, Clarksville, 72830 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Greg Donaldson. The Clarksville Police Department phone number is 479-754-8100.
Today is a very special day for our buddy Charlie..... He has become a teenager! Help us wish him a Happy 13th Birthday!!
School Resource Officer Jeremy Hatchett sporting his bandaid after receiving a flu shot today at school!
Today Cpl. Kenneth Kennedy with the Clarksville Police Department was recognized as the Johnson County Law Enforcement Officer of the year! Attorney General Leslie Rutledge presented the award to Cpl. Kennedy at the annual Law Enforcement Summit located at Camp Robinson. #Proud #Officer
The Clarksville Police Department would like to welcome Patrol Officer Ibonn Roman-Murillo. Officer Roman graduated the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy in 2016 while working for the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office. Officer Murillo will be a great addition to the Department and Community as we are proud she has joined our team! #Welcome #Family #PoliceOfficer
*Safe Treat 2017* It's almost that time of year!!
The Clarksville Police Department would like to say thank you to The Cake House for these awesome Cup Cakes... As you can see they are being enjoyed... PS I almost lost a hand taking this photo!
Thank you Brian Fetters and the Landmark Baptist Church for the sandwiches and an overdue thank you Parker Animal Clinic for the chicken lunches last week !!!
Officer Will Farley joined the PD family in 2013 and a little over 4 years later we had to say "see you later." Officer Farley accepted a Police Officer position closer to his family in Tennessee. Thank you Officer Farley for your service to the citizens of Clarksville and your fun sense of humor. You will be missed more than you know!!!
*Please Share* The Clarksville Police Department has received information that a scammer is working this area stating that you owe a large sum of money to the IRS and if you don't pay over the phone you will go to jail, or they will get a warrant for your arrest. We recommend you never give personal information to a caller. If you would like to verify authenticity of the call, hang up and call the real IRS at 800-829-1040 to verify the information. These scammers are very good and aggressive so many times it is just better to hang up on them. https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/irs-urges-public-to-stay-alert-for-scam-phone-calls
Today the Clarksville Police Department received a visit from the young ladies with the Agency on Aging and Senior Companion Program. Thank you for the goodies!!
If anyone is cleaning out their food pantry the donation box is about empty....
Tyler Kulp added to the Top 10 Most Wanted list today!
Many people are calling the police department asking what they can do to help our Texas neighbors – here is one way you can help! Texas Law Enforcement and First Responders need our help! These brave men and women are working long hours in very wet conditions. They are in dirty water rescuing and recovering Hurricane Harvey victims. These conditions can wreak havoc on their feet and cause trench foot so keeping their feet dry is a concern. You may bring NEW adult socks to the Clarksville Police Department and place them into the collection box in the lobby. Thank you for helping our brothers and sisters!