Johnson County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Johnson County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 301 Porter Industrial Rd, Clarksville, 72830 AR
  • Chief:
Phone: 479-754-2200
Fax: (479) 754-2210

Johnson County Sheriff's Office is located at 301 Porter Industrial Rd, Clarksville, 72830 AR. The Johnson County Sheriff's Office phone number is 479-754-2200.

Johnson County Sheriff's Office News

If they are in the London area they have either been in Johnson County or will be here. This happens almost every year.

Great work Explorers - we are very proud of the commitment you have to serving our community!

Our Administrative Office is closed today for Memorial Day. Memorial Day is in honor and remembrance of all men and woman who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.

Thank You Lt. Ross and Det. Clark for helping out with a search warrant yesterday. We always appreciate your help. Sheriff Larry Jones

Do you raise livestock in Johnson County? If so, please call our dispatchers and update your information, even if you think we already have it. This is so we can contact you in case your animals are out on the roadway. 479-754-2200

Over the past several days the Johnson Co. Sheriff’s Department has solved 7 burglaries. These cases are being solved for two reasons. First and foremost is because of community involvement, and secondly is because of the hard work of the men and women of the Johnson Co. Sheriff’s Department. We are thankful for your support, and for you calling us and letting us know when something just doesn’t look right. Law enforcement cannot do it alone, and neither can our community. It takes a concerted effort from each of us to make our communities safer. As your Sheriff, I applaud you and ask that you keep those tips coming, as it is obvious that they are paying off. I am also grateful to each of our officers who are working long hours to try and get your property recovered. Sheriff Larry Jones

Friday May 18, 2018 Det. Beavers and I, Sheriff Jones, recovered a stolen a stolen 4 wheeler. Kings Wrecker Service was the next up wrecker service. After arriving and beginning the recovery the young man that was watching said wow I never seen a 4 wheeler before. I said I bet if you will ask the wrecker driver, David, he might let you work the controls. Let me tell you that young man was on cloud 9 when we left. He told his mother and sister and he got high fives from them. This is what I like to see taking time for our kids. David thank You.

UPDATE: THE OWNER HAS IDENTIFIED THEIR PROPERTY Are you missing a 4-Wheeler? We have recovered one in the Ozone area. Please call 479-754-7810 and speak with Sheriff Jones or Detective Beavers to identify it.

MAY 21 - JUNE 3, 2018 JCSO Deputies will be especially attentive to seatbelt and impaired driving violations. We want everyone to arrive alive!

On Thursday May 10 Joe Bolduc and Family putting on his 3rd Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Lunch! Joe cooked Steak, Chicken, Marlin and all the sides to go with! Thank You for showing your support for Law Enforcement.

Please note, the sex offender list and map on our website have been updated. If an offender is no longer on our site, that means they have moved out of our jurisdiction. If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to call the sex offender coordinator here at the Sheriff’s Office, 479-754-7810.

Today at the Sheriff's Office we were fortunate to have two young men that wanted to job shadow law enforcement. I was grateful to be able to spend some time with Josh and Matthew from Clarksville Schools. These are two fine young men that I hope enjoyed their day as much as we did. Good luck to both of you and we hope you come back and visit us soon. Thank You Coal Hill Chief Brad Kent, Coal Hill Patrolman Joel Ostendorf and Explorer Sgt. Andrew Daniel for helping make these young men's day.

Honoring one of our fallen! Gone but NEVER forgotten!!

Statewide prescription drug take-back is this Saturday, April 28. If you have outdated medications or meds that are no longer needed please feel free to drop them off and they will be properly destroyed. There are permanent drug take-back boxes at the Sheriff's office, Clarksville Senior Center and the Johnson County Courthouse.

Mrs. Linda Sullentrup it was a pleasure to assist you with AG Leslie Rutledge's mobile office in Clarksville today.

Congratulations to Jonia Smith, Johnson County's newest Patrol Deputy. Deputy Smith began his career as a Detention Deputy, advancing to the rank of Detention Sergeant. Deputy Smith graduated from the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy today and will begin his field training next week. We are very proud of Deputy Smith for all of his accomplishments, and we are lucky to have him as a member of our Sheriff Department's Patrol Division.

We would like to take a moment and say thank you to all of our awesome Dispatchers! You truly are the unseen hero's in so many people's lives! Thank you all for the hard, stressful, and important work you do!