Bull Shoals Police Department

  • Agency: Bull Shoals Police Department
  • Address: 706 CS Woods Blvd, Bull Shoals, 72619 AR
  • Chief: Dan Sutterfield (Chief of Police)
Phone: 870-445-4775

Bull Shoals Police Department is located at 706 CS Woods Blvd, Bull Shoals, 72619 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Dan Sutterfield. The Bull Shoals Police Department phone number is 870-445-4775.

Bull Shoals Police Department News

Bull Shoals is under a winter weather advisory. We are experiencing snow accumulation currently which is causing the roads to become slick. While this is not a major snowstorm, the amount we have has cause some slickness. We are encouraging everyone to stay home until the weather/roads clear up. Thank you and be safe.

The Bull Shoals Police Department would like to wish everyone a happy New Year. Please remember if you have a drink tonight, let someone else drive. We want everybody to have a fun and safe evening. Also stay bundle up we are suppose to have even colder temperatures tomorrow.

Merry Christmas from the Bull ShoalsPolice Department! Have a safe and fun day!

This morning the Bull Shoals Police Department handed out goody bags(candy bags ☺️🍬) at the Lutheran Church here in Bull Shoals while the Food Pantry handed out food baskets. We handed the bags out to families whom had children in hopes of giving the children a little something extra for Christmas. Pictures left to right: Officer Roberts, Officer Politte, Officer Alvirez, Sgt. Rhodes, and Chief Kuchenbecker

Where do you begin? Steve had such an impact not only on a few people but it was on everyone he talked too. Steve never met a stranger, once he met you he treated you like he had known you for years. If you were ever lucky enough to travel anywhere with Steve you know it was hard to go anywhere without some recognizing “the yellow hat” and then making sure they told him hello. Not seeing that yellow hat running all over town every day of year will take some getting used too. As everyone else I could go on and on about Steve’s character. Since Steve was a big supporter of our police department I find it fitting to leave you with this quote from Steve: “you never steal, always borrow.” Please keep the Eastwold family in your thoughts and prayers as they go through this tragedy. Rest In Peace Steve, look out for us all from above.

THANK YOU TO THE BULL SHOALS COMMUNITY!!!!!! Yesterday we held our Shop with a Cop & Firefighter event and because of your generosity and support it was a huge success! So many of our residents came forward and donated to this cause. We started at the Police Station with donuts and juice donated by Ms. Katie, Owner of Hank & Kates in Bull Shoals. We then traveled to the Flippin Walmart with our kids and their families to start our shopping. Thank you to Walmart and Manager Christy for the donated food baskets for the families. It was great to see our Police Officers and Firefighters all come together to assist the kids as they shopped for cloths, toys and gifts for their families and loved ones. We had such a great group of kids and families and made many new friends. Just like Santa after Christmas, we have already started to plan for next year’s event and for many years to come. We will be hosting another Bow Fishing Tournament this summer with the assistance of the Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock, the Bull Shoals Volunteer Fire Department and the Xtream Boat Company in Bull Shoals. We want to thank you all so very much for your donations and support that made the 2017 Shop with a Cop & Firefighter a success. We would like give a special shout out and thank you to the Members of the Bull Shoals V.F.W. and the V.F.W. Auxiliary for their support & generous donation. Last but not least, thank you to the Bull Shoals Police Officers and Fire Chief Brent Mitchell and the Firefighters who made a difference in the lives of these children and their families. May God Bless all of you and your families as you celebrate Christmas!

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The members of the Bull Shoals Police Department want to wish our citizens a Happy Thanksgiving! We hope you were able to spend time with your families and enjoy some fantastic food! Happy Thanksgiving be careful in your travels!

The members of the Bull Shoals Police Department want to thank all veterans for their service! Without you all we would not get to enjoy all the freedoms that we have.

UPDATE: the dogs have been returned to the owners! Thank you everyone who helped us reunite the owners with their dogs! WE NEED YOUR ASSSISTANCE!! The morning of Friday, November 10th we were called to the area of the 200 – 300 block of Belt Line Road here in Bull Shoals. The resident advised us that the dogs you see pictured here were on her front porch and would not leave. Both dogs appear to be black Labrador Retrievers. The large, older dog is a Male and we believe he is 11 or 12 years old. He has no collar but is very, very friendly. The smaller dog is a female and we believe she is still a pup approximately 1 year old. She too, is very friendly. We believe that they are both probably inside dogs and are very social based on their friendly demeanor. We checked the area but no one there knows anything about them. We fear that they might have been dropped off and left by someone. Both animals are currently being held at the Bull Shoals City Pound. They are very sweet and loving animals and we want to reunite them with their owner if they got loose and ran away. If they were dropped off by someone we want to talk with them as well. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. If you have any information that could help us please call the Bull Shoals Police at (870) 445 – 4775 or simply call 911 and the Marion County Sheriff’s Office will reach the on duty Police Officer. Thank you very much. The Members of the Bull Shoals Police Department

Found in the Browns Beach/Point Return area. If the dog is yours or you know the owner please contact Bill Shoals City Hall. Help us find the dogs home/owner! City Hall: 445-4775.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the victims, families, and friends who have been affected by the attack in Texas today. We ask that you also keep them all in your thoughts and prayers as they go through this trying time.

Please keep the Batesville Police Department and the officers involved in your prayers!

Happy Halloween everyone! Hope everyone is having a great day! We just wanted to remind everyone tonight the streets will be busy! They will not be busy with vehicles but with EXCITED CHILDREN! Everyone please keep an extra eye out for all the ghost and goblins tonight 👻🤖. Also remind your children to keep an eye out for vehicles too! At the end of this lost is a link that will take you to safety tips for trick or treating. We hope everyone has a safe and fun Halloween! https://www.safekids.org/tip/halloween-safety-tips

Bull Shoals Dam is open with one lane.

If you are ever unsure about being pulled over. Continue to drive slowly to the nearest place of business such as a gas station, fast food restaurant, police station, fire station, any place that other people are at. If at night, pull into a well lit spot. Do not roll your window completely down, just enough where you can communicate, make sure your door is locked. It is also appropriate to call 911 from your cell phone and give your location and explain that you are being pulled over but are unsure about who is pulling you over. A dispatcher will be able to confirm if it is a legitimate police stop and direct you from there.

Again Americans went to sleep last night with everything normal. As here we are again waking up to terrible news coming from our own country. As most of you probably already know, there was a deadly shooting in Las Vegas, NV. 50 lives so far have been lost, with 400+ injured. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families who lost loved ones, ones that survived, and families who still haven't been able to reach loved ones. Please keep all the people and families affected by this tragic incident in your thoughts and prayers! Also keep all of Las Vegas' law enforcement officers in your thoughts and prayers as well. They lost two fellow officers who were off duty. Bull Shoals, AR sends their thoughts and prayers. #LasVegas

This is what it's all about. I'm not only talking about the officers involved but also the citizen that did what she could to help her fellow Americans. Great job everyone involved!

As many of you know today is September 11. It was 16 years ago today that we, as a country, were attacked on our ow soil. We lost many hero's that day, both civilians and first responders. Please take a moment out of your day today to remember all those who gave their lives trying to save the lives of their brothers and sisters trapped in the World Trade Center towers, The Pentagon, and the people/crew of United 93. Also keep their families in your thoughts and prayers as they are reminded of their loss today. #WeWillNeverForget

Good morning everyone! I hope everyone is getting to enjoy the three day weekend. With that in mind, everyone please be safe. If you are getting out on the lake please be extra careful. The lake is dropping approximately 4-6 inches a day. Things that have been under water since April are beginning to come out of the water or are just below the surface. As most of you know, the Independence Day firework display is tonight, September 2. We have been in contact with the golf course owners and they did say that people could view the fireworks from there. They did request that people please be courteous and leave the place like they found it. The Bull Shoals Police Department hopes everyone has a safe and fun weekend. Remember if you have had a drink or two please do not drive. Contact someone to come and pick you up, it's not worth the risk. Everyone be safe! 🇺🇸