Austin Police Department

  • Agency: Austin Police Department
  • Address: 3181 Hwy 367 North, Austin, 72007 AR
  • Chief: John W Staley (Chief of Police)
Phone: 501-843-7856

Austin Police Department is located at 3181 Hwy 367 North, Austin, 72007 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is John W Staley. The Austin Police Department phone number is 501-843-7856.

Austin Police Department News

Austin city crime watch meeting Monday March 19 at Austin City Hall. 7pm

Just a reminder, there will be a crime watch meeting Monday Feb. 19 at 7pm.

Just a reminder, there will be a crime watch meeting Feb. 19 at 7pm.

Suspect from yesterdays manhunt around hwy 38 to hwy 319 is in custody this morning. Please use caution while out on the roads as its raining today. Have a good and safe weekend.

Just a reminder, Crime Watch Meeting at 7pm at City Hall.

Here us an updated weather forecast for this week. Be safe, plan for delays when traveling and think about your pets. We hope you have a great week!

Forecast for tomorrow.

Austin Police Department Activity for the month of December 2017 43 traffic stops 8 citations issued 31 warnings issued 2 traffic accidents investigated 3 alarms 1 criminal mischief complaint 1 prowler 7 verbal disturbances 15 agency assists 58 other minor calls for service

Please be safe tonight!

Happy New Year from the Austin Police Department! We wish you many blessings for 2018. Remember to celebrate safely tonight.

Merry Christmas to you and your family from our family at the Austin Police Department. We also wish you many blessings for the New Year.

The Austin Police Department along with Arkansas Department of Community Corrections served arrest warrants at a residence in Austin today. Randall Wayne Seymore, 57, of Austin and Jonathan Allen Presley, 31, were arrested on several outstanding felony and misdemeanor warrants. During the arrest, a quantity of suspected methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia along with a small amount of cash were located. Charges are pending on both individuals. Seymore and Presley were both transported to the Lonoke County Jail without incident. They are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Don't forget the December Austin City Council meeting tonight at 7pm at city hall. We would love to see you there.

Lonoke County is now under a burn ban.

To all of our brothers and sisters that can't be with their families this Christmas. Your sacrifice will NEVER be forgotten! And the the families of the fallen officers, we love you and your blue family will always be there for you.