Camden Police Department

  • Agency: Camden Police Department
  • Address: 1 Police Drive, Camden, 71701 AR
  • Chief: William F O'Keefe (Chief of Police)
Phone: 870-836-5755
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Camden Police Department is located at 1 Police Drive, Camden, 71701 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is William F O'Keefe. The Camden Police Department phone number is 870-836-5755.

Camden Police Department News

It’s National Police Woman’s Day! Here at CPD we have the best of the best!!! Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to your profession and your community.

Just a few pictures from our blood drive today. Thanks to everyone in our community that came out and supported the blood drive.

Come out and donate. LifeShare will be here another 45 minutes. And look at what a cute T-shirt you’ll get for donating!

Blood drive is underway...come by and be a Hero, For a Hero!!!

Be A Hero, For A Hero. Join us tomorrow from 10-3 and be a HERO by donating blood.

If you happened to have seen several Camden Police cars at the high school yesterday, it was because we were doing Active Shooter training. During this training the officers would enter the school and face different scenarios. We will also do training at all other Camden Fairview Schools in the near future.

We are getting geared up for the Fall Citizens Police Academy. The academy is FREE of charge and is on Tuesday nights from 6-8, starting September 25 through November 6th. You can pick up an application here are the department or at Y95.

Be A Hero, For A Hero!!! Give Blood in Honor of 9/11. Join us on 9/11 and be a HERO by donating blood from 10am - 3pm. One pint of blood can save 3 lives.

We hope everyone has a happy and safe Labor Day!

Please watch this video. If you have any information about the two men or the vehicle, please call the Camden Police Department at (870)836-5755. All information will be kept confidential.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Agent Trae Adkins.

Radar results from Chestnut Street, August 16th through August 22nd.

Officer Jake T Perry and Officer Ashley Watts couldn’t pass up the opportunity to jump in a good football game and pass out stickers. #CPD #PassTheBall #StickerTime

We aren’t sure who pulled over who or if any citations were given out but it looks like Officer Jake Perry was having fun.

It's a calling, it's a passion, it's who we are #CPD #WeBleedBlue, #BackTheBlue #WeAnsweredTheCall

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***PRESS RELEASE*** On Sunday August 12, 2018, it was reported to the Camden Police Department that (3) males were on top of a rail road tanker car in the city limits of Camden. Officers responded to the area and located a tool bag with tools inside and some rope. It appeared these items had been used to enter the tanker car. Late Monday afternoon it was reported to the police department a male was in the area of the tanker car driving around. Today investigators collected enough evidence to obtain a search warrant for the tanker car. Upon execution of the search warrant (22) bundles of marijuana were located inside the tanker car. Each bundle weighed approximately (25) pounds with a total weight of 550 pounds. The street value of the marijuana is approximately $500,000. The marijuana has been moved to an undisclosed location because of the volume and having gas residue on the packing.

Camden Police Department has seized 550 pounds of marijuana with a street value of $500,000. More details to come.

This week is back to school. Here is Officer Jones going over a few safety tips. The Camden Police Department hopes everyone has a great and successful 2018-2019 school year.

Our very own Officer Ashley Watts singing our National Anthem. Officer Watts you did an amazing job and made the Camden Police Department proud.