Little Rock Police Department

  • Agency: Little Rock Police Department
  • Address: 700 W. Markham st, Little Rock, 72201 AR
  • Chief: Stuart Thomas (Chief of Police)

Little Rock Police Department is located at 700 W. Markham st, Little Rock, 72201 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Stuart Thomas. The Little Rock Police Department phone number is (501) 371-4829.

Little Rock Police Department News

LRPD is currently on the scene of a bank robbery at Walmart on 2700 Shackleford. PAO is on scene.

This weekend the Victory Over Violence Walk afforded the OK Program students the opportunity to express their concerns about the violence in our City. The OK Program students and MENtors are committed to interrupting the level of violence that continues to plaque our neighborhoods and communities. The LRPD G.E.M.S Girls Empowered by Mentoring Sisterhood with Female Police Officers and Mentors participated in the walk as well.

LRPD is currently on the scene of a homicide at 8518 Westwood. PAO is on the scene.

Lt. McClanahan and Officer James Phillips speaking to the Pre-k class at the Anthony School for their Safety Week.

Your Safe Speed location today is: Reck Road

Congratulations to Officers Godfrey and Plummer for receiving Letters of Commendation.

Officers are on the scene of a bank robbery at 718 Broadway. Suspect in custody. PAO on the scene.

Thank you LR Civitan for awarding Officer Tyler Van Schoyck the Noel Don McGuire award. LRPD proud!

Early morning with Little Rock Metro Rotary Club. Presenting CrimeWatch and LRPD Community information. #LRPD #CommunityConnected

Your Safe Speed location today is: Reservoir Road

Please help robbery detectives identify two suspects in multiple business robberies.

Happy National Police Women’s Day to all the hardworking & courageous women at the Little Rock Police Department! Here are just a few 👮‍♂️🙏🏻 #buildabetterblue #community

Busy day in the Rock! We welcome American Idol to our beautiful city. Good Luck to all who are auditioning!! #community #singit

Your Safe Speed location today is: Westernhills Blvd

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE City adds new way to reach 311 LITTLE ROCK (Sept. 11, 2018) – The City of Little Rock has announced a new way to reach its 311 service. LittleRock311service@littlerock.gov is a dedicated email address that complements the City’s mobile app (Little Rock 311 in the app store); and online platform found at LittleRock.gov. Little Rock 311 is a simple, three-digit number that residents, businesses and visitors can call to reach the City to make inquiries regarding services, report problems, check the status of issues or obtain general information. Instead of having to scroll through a list of more than 200 seven-digit City numbers, all people need to know is 311. From obtaining library hours or reporting a stray dog to scheduling bulky item pickup or requesting a recycling cart, 311 operators are ready to assist. “We thought this would be a helpful additional resource for our residents,” said 311 Services Manager Danyel McNeil. “Phone calls to 311 are answered from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday excluding Holidays. While we have an app and online portal that are also accessible around the clock, if someone prefers to just send us an email, that’s also now an option available any time.” ### L. Lamor Williams Communications & Marketing Manager City of Little Rock 501.371.4421 (o) 501.804.4822 (c)

Today we remember and will never forget. God Bless America #thefallen #community #AMERICA

Week 1- Residents Police Academy Fantastic group tonight 😀🚔

Please help us locate.

Your Safe Speed location today is: Napa Valley Drive

The Little Rock Food Truck Festival has drawn a large crowd on Main Street. LRPD invites you to sit and enjoy your food in our covered tent with tables and chairs! We are at 4th and Main.

Join LRPD at the corner of 4th and Main at the Annual Little Rock Food Truck Festival! We have our staff including the recruiting team and Police Cadets waiting to see you! #LRPD #CommunityConnected #FoodFestival

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Briarwood Neighborhood Association (BANA) Fall General Meeting. BANA has a very active well organized CrimeWatch Group. Interested in starting one in your neighborhood? Please contact: Laura Martin- (501) 918-5358 or email Lmartin@littlerock.gov

Your Safe Speed location today is: Stanton Road

Little Rock Police Officers and Civilian employees completed American Sign Language (ASL) training at the Arkansas School for the Deaf. Recognizing the importance of effective communication, LRPD is committed to connecting with those we serve in our Community. #LoveandSupport #Partnerships #DeafCommunity #CommunityConnected