Osceola Police Department

  • Agency: Osceola Police Department
  • Address: 401 W Keiser Ave, Osceola, 72370 AR
  • Chief: Ray Rigsby (Chief of Police)
Phone: 870-563-5245
Fax: 870-563-5195

Osceola Police Department is located at 401 W Keiser Ave, Osceola, 72370 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Ray Rigsby. The Osceola Police Department phone number is 870-563-5245.

Osceola Police Department News

If you receive a call from someone saying they are with the Osceola Electric Department who tells you your bill is overdue and electricity will be cut off if you don't pay over the phone in 30 minutes, DON'T DO IT!!!! IT IS A SCAM!!!!! Osceola Municipal Light and Power will never call you to tell you your bill is overdue. You will receive a Shut-off notice in the mail giving you several days to make your payment. We will not e-mail a request for payment either. If you have any concerns, please contact the light office at 870-563-5245

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Together, we are making our community a safer, more caring place to live.

Those who wish to purchase National Night Out shirts, they are available in all sizes, and can be purchased at the Osceola Police Department. Thanks for your support.

Osceola Police Department To Participate in Speed Enforcement Campaign “Obey the Sign or Pay the Fine” Motorists enjoying summer road trips are advised to maintain the speed limit as they travel this upcoming week between July 16th -22nd, officers will be on the lookout for those who are traveling above the speed limit on all roadways. Speeding translates to death on our roadways. It greatly reduces a driver’s ability to steer safely around another vehicle, a hazardous object, or an unexpected curve. Speeding drivers put themselves, their passengers and other drivers at tremendous risk. All drivers need to be alert the posted speed limit is the law. “Our goal is to save lives and we’re putting all drivers on alert - the posted speed limit IS THE LAW. No more warnings and no more excuses. When it comes to speeding: Obey the Sign or Pay the Fine,” said Major. Tom Scrivner. For more information please visit http://trafficsafetymarketing.gov/.

To crack down on drunk driving this Fourth of July, our law enforcement will be out in full force, aggressively targeting those who put lives in danger, starting June 29th through July 8th, 2018. “Osceola Police Department will be ramping up our enforcement to make our roads safer this Fourth of July,” said Major Tom Scrivner. “For everyone’s sake do not drink and drive or you will be arrested. The ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign means zero tolerance for drunk driving—no excuses.”

Never leave anything out in plain sight inside your car. Yes, even if the doors are locked! Thieves can break through the windows to take your belongings if they feel motivated enough. So, don't give anyone any reason for them to target your car. Even if it's something as simple as a blanket - by leaving this out in the open, thieves may think that the blanket exists in there to hide something valuable beneath it. By keeping your car completely clear of your possessions, it will not only save you the trouble of recovering your valuables and the inconvenience of having to fix broken car windows. #shareifyoucare

National Night Out 2018 to be announced soon. Be on the look out for the date and time!!

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The Osceola Police Department will be giving away car seats April 19th. You must call and make an appointment. Seats will be given away on Thursdays and Fridays only. We have a very limited number of seats, only infants and convertible seats, NO BOOSTERS. Seats will be given on first come, first serve basis. If you miss your appointment your seat will be forfeited to the next person in need. Appointments can be made by contacting the Osceola Police Department 870-563-5213.

Good Afternoon, Hope all is well. I would like to invite everyone to a special prayer/worship next Thursday, February 22, 6:00 PM here at FBC to honor and pray for our Police Department. We will have singing, prayer, and a message. It would be great if each of our pastors could have a time to pray during the service. Please let me know if you can make it, and if you would like to have a part in the service. Share the word and let's fill our sanctuary up in support of our Police Dept. I have attached a flier to help in spreading the word! Thanks and have a blessed week! Jason Glenn / Chief Collins

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OSCEOLA POLICE DEPARTMENT IS CRACKING DOWN ON DRUNK DRIVERS Participating in National Mobilization “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” This holiday season, Osceola police will be out in force cracking down on drunk drivers with aggressive Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement, starting Dec. 13th through Jan. 1, 2018, law enforcement will be watching for drunk drivers to help keep roads safe. Please follow these tips to keep the holidays safe and happy: • Even one drink can impair your judgment and increase the risk of getting arrested for driving drunk—or worse, the risk of having a crash while driving. • If you will be drinking, do not plan on driving. Plan ahead; designate a sober driver before the party begins. • If you have been drinking, do not drive. Phone a sober friend or family member • Be responsible. If someone you know is drinking, do not let that person get behind the wheel. • If you see an impaired driver on the road, contact law enforcement. Your actions may save someone’s life, and inaction could cost a life. Remember, it is never safe to drink and drive: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.

The Osceola Police Department has received information that interstate 55 at the 57-58 mile marker is now open. Monday it will go down to one lane. Tuesday it will be closed again for further repair. Drive careful.

For more information contact Rotary President Ollie Collins at 870-622-7482

The Osceola Police Department recently participated in the “Obey the Sign or Pay the Fine” mobilization. During the mobilization dates of July 21st-July 23rd, officers wrote 5- Speeding, 1-Driving on Suspended DL, 1-No DL, 6-Inattentive Driving, 1-Failure to Register and gave 7-Warnings. We would like to remind everyone it is never safe to speed! Sincerely, Capt Tom Scrivner Osceola Police Department

National Night Out!! August 1, 2017 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Osceola Police Department recently participated in the “Driver Sober or Get Pulled Over” mobilization. During the mobilization dates of June 30th – July 4th, officers wrote 2-Driving on Suspended DL, 4-No DL, 1-Obstruction of Governmental Operations, served 1-FTA and gave 30-Warnings. We would like to remind everyone it is never safe to drink and drive! Sincerely, Capt Tom Scrivner Osceola Police Department

"CHIEF FOR THE DAY" The Osceola Police Department would like to thank Brodrelle Walker for her interest in connecting the community and Police!

This Fourth of July, ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ Osceola, AR – The Fourth of July is one of America’s favorite holidays, and why not? Families and friends gather to celebrate our country with food, parties, picnics and fireworks. And yet there is a very dark side to this great holiday. For many, the celebration includes alcohol, but the holiday quickly goes from festive to fatal when people choose to drive after drinking. To crack down on drunk driving this Fourth of July, our law enforcement will be out in full force, aggressively targeting those who put lives in danger, starting June 30th through July 4th, 2017. “Osceola Police Department will be ramping up our enforcement to make our roads safer this Fourth of July,” said Capt. Tom Scrivner. “For everyone’s sake do not drink and drive or you will be arrested. The ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign means zero tolerance for drunk driving—no excuses.” Law enforcement is not messing around this Independence Day: if you’re caught driving drunk, you will be arrested. And keep in mind that aside from putting your life and the lives of others at risk, driving impaired can also lead to serious consequences. A DUI arrest can mean, time in jail, loss of your license, and steep financial expenses. Capt. Tom Scrivner recommends these simple tips to prevent drunk driving. • Plan a safe way home before the fun begins. • Before drinking, designate a sober driver. • If you’re impaired, call a sober friend or family member. • If you happen to see a drunk driver on the road, don’t hesitate to contact the Police. • If you know someone who is about to drive or ride while impaired, take your friend’s keys and help your friend make other arrangements to get to where he or she is going safely. For more information about the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign, visit www.TrafficSafetyMarketing.gov.