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

Changing the School Climate One Leader at a Time Date: October 11, 2018 Location: Greenwood Police Department 250 Old Hackett Rd Greenwood, AR 72936 While much focus has recently been given to the physical safety of school campuses, the social or emotional safety of the school campus is not always given as much attention. The climate on a school campus can have a significant impact on the safety of that campus as well. School climate can be enhanced on any campus through the building of positive relationships with staff, students, parents and community members. This class is a dynamic and collaborative presentation which was developed by a school administrator and a school resource officer. Topics to be discussed include effective use of the SRO triad concept, strategies for building positive relationships with students, the importance of community events and their impact on the school and the evolution of social media and its effects on the students and climate of the school. This presentation will also focus on ways to develop student leaders, one leader at a time, from students displaying “at risk” or ‘troubled” behaviors TARGET AUDIENCE: Law Enforcement and K-12 Educators This class is 7 hours. Class hours are 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. TO REGISTER, CONTACT: WWW.ARSAFESCHOOLS.COM Ashlee Jackson: • 501-570-8079 Vicki French: • 501-570-8098

Look who came by to visit!

Friendly reminder.

Prayers to Sheriff’s family. Great man, great loss.

Little dose of the pep rally. Good luck Dogs!

Please share. Available for adoption. Female mix. If you are interested, please call the office (479)996-4119. There is no fee to adopt.

City Offices will be closed Monday, Sept 3, in observance of Labor Day. Have a safe holiday weekend. If you need immediate officer assistance, please call (479)996-4119 & dispatch can assist. We will reopen Tuesday at 8am.

Amber Alert Issued For Jacksonville 3-Year-Old Taken In Aggravated Burglary

Out with this dog on Ulmer. Trying to locate owner.

We are actively looking for local bands/artists that would like to perform at National Night Out. Please email us at if you are interested and what all you/your group would require. Thank you!

Please help us get this animal rehomed. Call the office if you are interested in adopting (479)996-4119.

The Greenwood Police Department will be hosting the CallForBackup Suicide And Awareness training on September 20th. It is open to police, fire, and ems personnel. For more information or to sign up, please contact Chief Spells at number listed below.

Scattered thunderstorms have developed to the west of the area this afternoon. This activity, along with additional development will likely move into parts of eastern Oklahoma, and possibly northwest Arkansas this evening. Forecast instability and wind shear are sufficient to support some severe storms, with damaging winds gusts and locally heavy rainfall being the main threats. Uncertainty remains as to how far east the severe weather risk will translate during the evening and overnight hours, so stay aware of the latest updates.

Some areas around the city are experiencing some street flooding. Please reduce your speed and be alert for water across the roadways.

The annual blood drive starts today-- stop by, give blood & tell them to credit the Police Department! **(this is always a friendly competition & in the end we all win)

PM CDT MON AUG 13 2018 ...SIGNIFICANT WEATHER ADVISORY FOR SOUTHWESTERN CRAWFORD... SEBASTIAN...EASTERN HASKELL...SEQUOYAH...NORTHEASTERN LATIMER... SOUTHERN ADAIR...LE FLORE AND EAST CENTRAL MUSKOGEE COUNTIES UNTIL 815 PM CDT... At 735 PM CDT, strong thunderstorms were located along a line extending from 2 miles southwest of Vian to 9 miles northwest of Mountain Fork. Movement was northeast at 40 mph. Wind gusts up to 50 mph will be possible with these storms. Locations in or near the path include... Fort Smith... Van Buren... Sallisaw... Poteau... Greenwood... Barling... Pocola... Muldrow... Heavener... Roland... Spiro... Arkoma... Vian... Panama... Mansfield... Wister... Hackett... Howe... Hartford... Huntington... This includes the following highways, Interstate 40 in Arkansas between mile markers 0 and 5. Interstate 40 in Oklahoma between mile markers 285 and 328. Interstate 540 between mile markers 3 and 14. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Isolated damaging winds are possible with these storms. Seek a safe shelter inside a building or vehicle. Torrential rainfall is also occurring with these storms, and may lead to localized flooding. Rainfall rates up to an inch an hour are occurring in some areas. Do not drive your vehicle through flooded roadways.