Huntsville Police Department

  • Agency: Huntsville Police Department
  • Address: 208 E War Eagle Ave, Huntsville, 72740 AR
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 479-738-1333
Fax: 479-738-6846
Email:

Huntsville Police Department is located at 208 E War Eagle Ave, Huntsville, 72740 AR. The Huntsville Police Department phone number is 479-738-1333.

Huntsville Police Department News

The Huntsville Police Department is seeking a full-time office assistant. All persons interested applying for the position must have basic computer skills, high school diploma or GED, and must be able to pass a background check. Starting salary is $25,988 a year. Applications can be obtained at the police station at 200 E. Main and must be received no later than 3:30 pm on April 25, 2018.

February 8, 2018 12:25 pm Press Release: Update, Bomb Threat, Huntsville High school Local Law enforcement officials in coordination with University of Arkansas PD explosive detection K9 unit preformed a search of the High School and no indication of any explosive devices were located. Local officials and school administrations have given the all clear and regularly scheduled classes have resumed. Todd Tomas Chief of Police

February 08, 2018 11:35 a.m. Press Release On February 08, 2018 there was a handwritten threat at the Huntsville High School, vague in nature. Local officials are working to corroborate any validity to this allegation. School officials have decided to implement their emergency procedure handbook protocol guide lines and use this as an exercise in crisis management in cooperation with local law enforcement officials. As soon as an all clear is given from local law enforcement officials, students will return to regular scheduled classes. Todd Thomas Chief of Police

**** SCAM ALERT **** The Huntsville Police Department has had several call-ins regarding a scam targeting the elderly people! The scam is called in as followed; One of their grandchildren will call and state that they are in jail and needing bond money for "X" amount.When you answer the phone the "grandchild" obviously doesn't sound like your "grandchild", so they'll use the excuse that their sick or they've been crying. They will then state, a bondsman, a lawyer, an attorney, or someone of higher authority in the jail will call them back with instructions on how to send the money via, money grams, western union, etc. Usually, they wont have you send it directly to the town or even the area where your "grandchild" is in jail. THEY ARE TARGETING THE GRANDPARENTS, ESPECIALLY THE ELDERLY ONES! They are also using random numbers, private numbers, and even blocked numbers. Obviously, not all the elders have facebook, so please let them know whats going on! If you have even the slightest uneasy feeling, IT'S PROBABLY A SCAM! Please call in to your local Police Department or Sheriff's Office and, to some extent, we can see if your family member is in jail! Please no send ANY money! We can not get the money back for you!

The Huntsville Police Department is now hiring for a full-time patrolman. Salary range $28,977- $30,921 depending on qualifications. All persons interested in applying for the position must have a high school diploma (preferred) or GED, a valid driver's license, 21 or older, drug free, and must submit to a pre-employment physical and drug screening. An application can be obtained at the police station located at 200 E. Main. All applications must be received no later than January 24th, 2018 at 3:30 pm

https://www.facebook.com/4029TaylorPannell/posts/357499281379777 For those of you who don’t already know the roads are becoming slick and dangerous! Huntsville road crews are doing their best to keep roads safe and passable. Please do not venture out unless it’s absolutely necessary.

PLEASE BE ON THE LOOK OUT FOR A RUNAWAY JUVENILE, KAITLYN AUTUMN TAYLOR, DOB 11/19/2001, W/F, HEIGHT 503, WEIGHT 128. RED-BLONDE HAIR, BLUE EYES. THE LAST TIME HER MOTHER SAW HER WAS OCTOBER 24TH 2017 WHEN SHE DROPPED HER OFF AT THE SCHOOL BUS IN MADISON COUNTY ARKANSAS AREA. HER MOTHER STATED THAT KAITLYN MADE IT TO THE HUNTSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL. JUVENILE WAS LAST SEEN WEARING SKINNY JEANS, A PURPLE JACKET AND BLACK SHOES. KAITLYN HAS A TATOO ON HER NECK, "HER DAUGHTER: AND LEFT FOREARM, "CROWN". IF LOCATED PLEASE CONTACT THE HUNTSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT AT 479-738-2610. ALL HELP IS APPRECIATED!

This subject leaving in this white van is wanted for questioning for a large amount of stolen items from Walmart around 6 o'clock this mornings. Other details will be released due to the investigation being on going.

There are several blue strong shirts that have still not been picked up yet!

The Huntsville police department would like to thank the Public Works for all their help in, installing our new Huntsville Police Department signs! 😊

The Huntsville Police department is seeking help identifying the subject in these photos. She entered the Huntsville Wal-Mart June 29th and left with a cart full of items without paying for them. She went through the self- check-out line, acted like she was swiping her card and left the store. Anybody with any information or knowledge on who this individual is, is asked to contact the Huntsville Police Department at 479-738-2610. ALL TIPS WILL BE LEFT ANONYMOUS!!

**Update** Jesse grace coger has been located and is safe! Thank you for all of your help!

The Huntsville police department is requesting your help in locating a missing juvenile, Jesse grace coger. Please contact us or her parents!

Huntsville Police Department shared these photo’s from the Emergency First Responders Fair held Saturday May 27th 2017

The Huntsville Police department is seeking help identifying the subject in this photo. He entered the Huntsville Wal-mart on may 3rd 2017 and forged the signature of another individual on a check that was stolen. Any body with any information or knowledge on who this individual is, are asked to contact the Huntsville Police Department at 479-738-2610

The Huntsville Police department is seeking help identifying the subjects in these photos. They entered the Huntsville Wal-mart and left with a cart full of items without paying for them. Any body with any information or knowledge on who these individuals are is asked to contact the Huntsville Police Department at 479-738-2610. Case number is 051217-01C ALL TIPS WILL BE LEFT ANONYMOUS!!

The Huntsville Police Department is asking for any information on a male subject who has been impersonating a Homeland security / Federal Wildlife Agent. Gregg Nicholas was arrested on 04/13/17 for Criminal Impersonation. Mr. Nicholas pretended to be a Homeland Security Officer wearing Homeland Security, or Federal Wildlife agent clothing displaying a Homeland Security/ Federal Wildlife Agent badge. Mr. Nicholas was driving a dark grey Chevy 3500 with multiple Homeland Security decals on the side windows, back glass, and tailgate. The vehicle was also equipped with red and blue flashing lights and siren. The Huntsville Police Department would like to ask the public to come forward with information from anyone that may have been contacted by Mr. Nicholas portraying to be any form of Law Enforcement. Please contact the Huntsville Police Department at (479)738-2610 with any information. Thanks Chief Todd Thomas

Monday the 22nd, the Huntsville police department received a call regarding a black bear at Mitchusson park. The black bear was apprehended the same day by the Huntsville police department and Arkansas Forestry commissioner! Way to go guys!

There are several Blue Strong shirts that have still not been claimed. If you ordered a shirt please come by the Huntsville Police Department, pay for and get your shirt. If shirts aren't paid for by Friday ,5-26-2017, they will be for sale on a first come first serve basis. They will be $15 for long sleeves and $12 for short sleeve. Payment is due when you get your shirt!

The Madison County Sheriff's Office has apprehended the escaped detainee on highway 23 just south of highway 74E. We would like to thank all of our followers on Facebook for their help in this effort!

Huntsville Police Department’s K9 Conan has received body armor Huntsville Police Department’s K9 Conan has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. K9 Conan’s vest is sponsored by Mrs. Garrett of Mendota Heights, MN and embroidered with the sentiment “This gift of protection provided with love by Linda G.”. Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. is a 501c (3) charity located in East Taunton, MA whose mission is to provide bullet and stab protective vests and other assistance to dogs of law enforcement and related agencies throughout the United States. The non-profit was established in 2009 to assist law enforcement agencies with this potentially lifesaving body armor for their four-legged K9 officers. Since its inception, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. provided over 2,300 protective vests, in 50 states, through private and corporate donations, at a cost of over 1.9 million dollars. All vests are custom made in the USA by Armor Express in Central Lake, MI. The program is open to dogs actively employed in the U.S. with law enforcement or related agencies who are certified and at least 20 months of age. New K9 graduates, as well as K9s with expired vests, are eligible to participate. The donation to provide one protective vest for a law enforcement K9 is $1,050.00. Each vest has a value between $1,795 – $2,234 and a five-year warranty, and an average weight of 4-5 lbs. There is an estimated 30,000 law enforcement K9s throughout the United States. For more information or to learn about volunteer opportunities, please call 508-824-6978. Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. provides information, lists events, and accepts tax-deductible donations of any denomination at www.vik9s.org or mailed to P.O. Box 9 East Taunton, MA 02718. K9 Officer L. Roddy: "I want to give a BIG THANK YOU to Vested Interest in K9's Inc for providing my battle buddy with the needed protection. It is with their help that I can feel better about sending my partner into riskey situations knowing he has protection"

The Huntsville Police Department is now hiring for a full-time patrolman. Salary range $28,977- $30,921 depending on qualifications. All persons interested in applying for the position must have a high school diploma (preferred) or GED, a valid driver's license, 21 or older, drug free, and must submit to a pre-employment physical and drug screening. An application can be obtained at the police station located at 200 E. Main. All applications must be received no later than January 4th, 2017 at 4:30 pm.

Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas from the Huntsville Police Department.