Russellville Police Department

  • Agency: Russellville Police Department
  • Address: 115 W. H St., Russellville, 72801 AR
  • Chief: Tom McMillen (Chief of Police)
Phone: 479-968-3232
Fax: 479-968-0911
Email:

Russellville Police Department is located at 115 W. H St., Russellville, 72801 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Tom McMillen. The Russellville Police Department phone number is 479-968-3232.

Russellville Police Department News

Today we had the privilege to go see Charlie at school and wish him a Happy 8th Birthday! Happy Birthday, Charlie and many more.

On September 11, 2018, the Criminal Investigation Division of the Russellville Police Department received information about an alleged sexual misconduct between a Dardanelle School District teacher and a student which occurred in the city of Russellville. At the time of this press release, no arrest have been made. This is an on-going investigation into the allegations, so no additional details will be released at this time. More details will be released when it becomes available.

Thanks to the ladies from Area Agency on Aging for bringing homemade goodies for our Officers in remembrance of 9/11! Thanks ladies, we are very appreciative of the goodies and your support.

The Russellville Police Department is now accepting applications for entry level police officers. If you are looking for a challenging career and the opportunity to serve your community, take the next step and become a Russellville Police officer. Visit our website for more information on minimum eligibility requirements, Civil Service testing procedures, and how to apply: https://www.russellvillearkansas.org/Jobs.aspx?JobID=38&CommunityJobs=False&UniqueId=107

THE SUSPECT HAS BEEN ID'ED. Thank you for your help. Do you recognize this woman, she is wanted for questioning regarding the fraudulent use of a credit card. So please share and if you think you know her, please give us a call at 479-968-3232 or Silent Tip line 479-967-2221.

** SILVER ALERT ** PLEASE HELP US FIND: These two persons, Lee and Elizabeth Hopkins have been missing since 7:20 a.m. on 8/19/18. They were last seen driving a 2018 red Buick Encore with veteran tag US AJYZO. Both suffer from medical issues. If seen please contact the Russellville Police Department.

A reminder on this first day of school- No cell phone use in school zones! Hands free or IT CAN WAIT!

With school starting up next week, get ready for posts concerning Back to School Safety! We will start with this one- When to stop for a stopped School Bus. It is very simple- if there is a School Bus stopped with red flashing lights, then all directions of traffic MUST stop and wait until the bus has turned off the red flashing lights before you proceed. PLEASE be cautious in the coming weeks as we get back in the habit of back to school!

Congratulations to Brandon Murphy and Barry Wimberly, our two newest recruits to graduate the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy! They were joined for graduation today in Camden by Captain Jarrod Smith and Field Training Officer Justin Conway.

On June 28, 2018 at 6:45pm, Russellville Police officers responded to the 600 block of West K Street in reference to a person who had shot at bail bondsmen that were attempting to apprehend the suspect on felony warrants. When officers arrived on scene, the suspect fired additional shot from inside of the apartment where he had barricaded himself. Russellville Police established a perimeter around the apartment complex and began negotiating with the suspect. The surrounding apartment complexes in the immediate area were evacuated, while assistance was requested from the Arkansas State Police Tactical Unit. At approximately 2:15am, the suspect exited the apartment and began firing at officers, who then engaged the suspect. The suspect, who was a white male, age 37, died at the scene. For further information concerning the investigation of the officer involved shooting, please contact Bill Sadler with the Arkansas State Police. Russellville Police would like to thank the Arkansas State Police, Pope County Sheriff’s Office, Russellville Fire Department, Pope County EMS, Arkansas Tech University Public Safety, Pope County 911, Entergy, City Corporation, and the Office of the Mayor for their assistance in this incident.

Look who stopped by to cool our Officers off on this hot day! Thanks Bank of England Mortgage and Kona Ice! They were awesome!

On Monday Charlie stopped by and dropped off more stuffed animals for the Officers to hand out. But, Charlie was mostly excited that Corporal Davenport was on duty and he got to visit with him. #charlie

This photo was submitted by the Senior Companion volunteers of the Area Agency on Aging. Captain David Ewing did a presentation on Safe Driving for Seniors during their monthly meeting. We enjoyed being a part of your event, but really enjoyed the homemade banana pudding.

Don't be an easy victim! Thieves take advantage when you aren't diligent. The #9pmroutine means taking a look for suspicious activity, removing valuables from your car, and then locking the doors! Please share with your friends!

This is why the #9pmroutine is important! If you recognize anyone in the video, please let LRPD know. Now- protect what is yours: 1. Go outside and look for anyone suspicious. 2. Remove all valuables- wallets, phones, guns, etc from your car. 3. Lock the doors. 4. Turn on an outside light as you go inside for the night.

We are proud to have another certified Crime Scene Technician! Congratulations to Detective Ben Tucker who graduated the Arkansas Criminal Justice Institute six week program today. Joining him at graduation was Lieutenant Glenn Daniel and Captain Carey James.

We had the opportunity to be a part of St. Mary’s Regional Hospital’s summer youth MASH (Medical Applications of Science and Health) program where Officer Matthew Noble instructed on the dangers of drunk driving and texting while driving. The students were able to experience the effects of of drunk driving by wearing specialized googles that simulates impairment while operating a golf cart through a driving course. Sorry to report that some of the orange traffic cones did not survive the experience. Thanks for having us be a part of your camp and learning experience.

Studies show- removing valuables from your car and locking the doors will help prevent property crime. Protect It, It's Yours. #9PMRoutine

Ned knows what time it is- do you? Let's get outside and check your cars. Remove all phones, wallets, guns, etc and then lock the doors. Don't lose your head and be an easy victim! #9PMRoutine

We could not help but share this post. Our officers went to this young man’s birthday party after they learned that no one had come to his party. We were proud that we were able to make this party a little bit brighter for the birthday boy. We even invited the Russellville Fire Department to crash the party with us. Thanks to all who made this possible. Russellville Fire Dept.

It's that time again! Now calmly make your way outside for the #9pmroutine. Let us know if you see anything suspicious as you remove valuables from your car and then lock it up!

Just the basics this evening! Please turn on post notifications so we can remind you of the #9PMRoutine or alert you to ongoing situations.

It is true! Doing the #9pmroutine will protect you from property crime. So get outside and check your vehicle for anything valuable, take it inside and lock your doors. Please share with a friend!

We really want you to get in the habit of the #9pmroutine! Property theft from unlocked cars is a preventable crime! Have a look for anyone suspicious as you get outside, remove all valuables from your car, and then lock the doors. Don't be the next victim!

The Russellville Police Department's administrative offices are closed today in observance of Memorial Day. Please remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice. #MemorialDay 🇺🇲