Sebastian County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Sebastian County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 800 South A Street, Fort Smith, 72901 AR
  • Chief:
Phone: 479-783-1051
Fax: 479-784-1595

Sebastian County Sheriff's Office is located at 800 South A Street, Fort Smith, 72901 AR. The Sebastian County Sheriff's Office phone number is 479-783-1051.

Sebastian County Sheriff's Office News

The Sebastian County Sheriff would like to warn people about an old scam that seems to recently resurface. The department is receiving calls from citizens that someone who claims to be a deputy from the Sheriff's Office is trying to collect payments for fines. If the citizen doesnt agree to pay, the scammer is threatening to have a warrant sent for their arrest. The most recent phone scam is someone posing as a Deputy Davis and calling from 479-689-7664. However, multiple names, ranks and numbers may be used to trick citizens into sending money. Sheriff's office investigators have called this number and have received a voicemail that mimics the same message we have on our office telephone number, even stating to call 9-1-1 if it is an emergency. THIS IS A TRICK!!! The sheriff’s office will never ask people for money over the phone. If you have a question about a fine or a call you have received, please call us at 479-783-1051.

Mounted Patrol Fundraiser To purchase tickets or for more information, please email Cpt. Mike Conger at mconger@co.sebastian.ar.us or call 479-783-1051

2018 Arkansas Sheriff's Association

Color Guard Retiring the Colors during the Arkansas Sheriff’s Association.

Sheriff Hollenbeck being sworn in as the new President of the Arkansas Sheriff’s Association.

2018 Arkansas Sheriff's Association

Happy Birthday to Records Clerk, Ema Fernandez!!… https://t.co/hRgQtwjbhZ

Meet Sheriff-elect Hobe Runion and have a free… https://t.co/I4DBWai2mX

Lt. Leslie Asbury and Deputy Ronnie Newton with… https://t.co/UY9ALUAlUy

2018 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special… https://t.co/bdvmjkc2p3

Retweeted Meredith Marney (@5NEWSMeredithM): The Special Olympics Torch Run is underway in Fort Smith! If you see them, give them a honk or a donation! #SpecialOlympics https://t.co/ejpBSfFtbJ

2018 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special… https://t.co/ZKhse1l7hB

2018 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.

Thank you to all agencies and players that showed up today for the charity softball tournament. So many people help to make this tournament a huge success.

Sam Hicks, son of Sebastian County Deputy Sgt.… https://t.co/778rFauEuH

2018 Sebastian County Law Enforcement Memorial

Thank you Woods Elementary School for showing us… https://t.co/mmptIluZ1E

Sebastian County Law Enforcement Memorial Service Capt. P Pevehouse In 1962 President John F. Kennedy proclaimed the week which contains the 15th of May is to be recognized as National Police Week. On Wednesday, May 16, at 10 am, Sebastian County Law Enforcement will gather for our annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service. The service will be held at the Sebastian County Courts Building at 901 S. B Street in Fort Smith. The keynote speaker for the program will be Sheriff Bill Hollenbeck. The SCSO and FSPD Honor Units will also participate in the program. Fort Smith Fire Department Pipe and Drum Corp will also add to the service. The service will honor the memory of the 16 law enforcement members who have given the supreme sacrifice for their community. Those honored are representatives of Arkansas State Police, Barling PD, FSPD, and SCSO. The ceremony is open to all who would like to come and honor the memory of the fallen.

Captain Bill Dumas and Lt. Anthony Sacco receiving their graduation certificate from School of Law Enforcement Supervision @SebCoSheriff @BillHollenbeck @HobeRunion

Retweeted Philip Pevehouse (@CapPevehouse): Captain Bill Dumas receing his graduation certificate from School of Law Enforcement Supervision @SebCoSheriff @BillHollenbeck @HobeRunion https://t.co/TpKvefYZot

Retweeted Philip Pevehouse (@CapPevehouse): Lt. Anthony Sacco receiving his graduation certificate from School of Law Enforcement Supervision @SebCoSheriff @BillHollenbeck https://t.co/ny4NQ8SJ6H

Missing Mansfield woman, Retha Moore, has been found and unharmed.