Greenwood Police Department

  • Agency: Greenwood Police Department
  • Address: 250 Old Hackett Road, Greenwood, 72936 AR
  • Chief: Keith Jackson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 479-996-4119
Fax: 479-996-5013

Greenwood Police Department is located at 250 Old Hackett Road, Greenwood, 72936 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Keith Jackson. The Greenwood Police Department phone number is 479-996-4119.

Greenwood Police Department News

9 hrs til Pd dismantles the volleyball team. Come on out and help us support them! You might just get a few laughs.

Great operation today.

The Greenwood Police Department extends our deepest sympathies to the Holtz family during their time of loss. Roy is an active member of the Greenwood Fire Department. A benefit account for the Holtz family has been set up at Farmers Bank & the GoFundMe link is attached below.

** Update, these 2 dogs have been picked up by their owner. These two were found roaming the parking lot at Walmart. Please call us if these are your dogs or if you know who they might belong to, (479)996-4119.

Great job guys!

Game week is here! Game faces are on. Please come out and help us support the Lady Bulldog Volleyball team. Guaranteed to get a laugh or two. Maybe even some YouTube worthy video. 😳

*Updated* The black lab has been adopted. The other 2 are still available! We are desperately seeking new homes for these 3 dogs. If they are not re-homed soon, we will be forced to euthanize. Please share and help us out! If anyone is interested, please call us (479)996-4119.

Our office will be closed Monday, February 19, in observance of President's Day. Should you need immediate officer assistance, please call (479)996-4119 and an officer will be dispatched to you.

Thank you so much to 4Mac & TGI-Fridays, Fort Smith for your sponsorship during our awards ceremony today. We all greatly appreciate your generosity! Bruce Spinas and John McKinney thank you so much!

Sgt Jeffrey Fugatt was named the 2017 Officer of the Year during today's award ceremony. The Officer of the Year is determined by a vote from our entire staff. Congratulations Jeff!

Congratulations to Sgt. Eric Pippin. Eric was the recipient of the 2017 DWI Detection Award.

Congratulations to Officer Joshua Sallee. Josh received the 2017 Ambassador's Award.

Congratulations to Caleb Williamson. Caleb was the recipient of the 2017 Reserve Officer of the Year.

Congratulations to Officer Joshua Mourton for receiving the 2017 Mayor's Award.

Update: Both dogs have been adopted!! Thank you so much! These two were found today; looks like they were abandoned. They will be up for adoption soon, pending a vet checkup. Animal control requests that they be adopted together if possible.

The City of Westerville suffered a tremendous loss this week. Officer Anthony Morelli, 54, and Officer Eric Joering, 39, were killed in the line of duty. Morelli was a 29-year veteran of the Westerville Division of Police and Joering had been with the Department for 16 years. Please join us and continue to keep their first responders and the officers’ families in your thoughts and prayers. #WestervilleStrong

For the most part roads are good. You will find some slick spots mainly on bridges and overpasses. Road crews have done an excellent job giving attention to these areas, but take your time and be careful. We’ve had zero reported accidents! Have a great Sunday Greenwood!

We currently have these 2 dogs available for adoption. The first is a black & white female mix; she is very quiet, does not jump, & is super shy. We don't think she has had very much affection in the past; so she would need a little extra love at first. The black lab is also a female; approximately 2 years old or younger, loves to shake with her right paw, does not jump & has a great temperament. If you or someone you know would be interested in adopting either of these animals; please give us a call (479)996-4119.

Don't miss out on this training event!