De Queen Police Department

  • Agency: De Queen Police Department
  • Address: 220 N. Second St., De Queen, 71832 AR
  • Chief: Richard McKinley (Chief of Police)

De Queen Police Department is located at 220 N. Second St., De Queen, 71832 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard McKinley. The De Queen Police Department phone number is 870-642-2213.

De Queen Police Department News

Public Announcement: The De Queen Police Department would like to make the Public aware that there will be five individuals selling cleaning supplies door to door for Kleen-N-Kleen products. They are Lakeasha Means, Nichole King, Margaret Deaton, Shalonda Petty and Mujahid Abdul Aziz Assad. These individuals were issued a permit by the City of De Queen.

Tuesday, Sept 26th at 5:30 p.m. please be advised that they are painting paw prints down 9th St. Please avoid this area because the road will be blocked for most of the night.

Now that school is back in session please be advised that the talking or texting on a phone in a school zone will be enforced. Arkansas Traffic Law 27-51-1609 (restrictions in a school zone) (a) Except as provided under subsection (b) of this section, a driver of a motor vehicle shall not use a handheld wireless telephone while operating a motor vehicle when passing a school building or school zone during school hours when children are present and outside the building. (b) A driver of a motor vehicle who is passing a school building or school zone during school hours when children are present and outside the building may use a handheld wireless telephone while operating a motor vehicle for an emergency purpose.

The buns are here! Thanks to the De Queen Chamber of Commerce!

We are requesting the publics assistance in helping to identify this person of interest. Please call the police department if you have any information 870-642-2210.

This is Captain Sonny Kimmel with the De Queen Police Department. I am needing the public's help. On 06-12-17 at approximately 11:04 pm there was 4 individuals walking West Bound by the Trading Post across from the Ford Dealership. It appears that the people I am needing to speak with maybe a couple with two teenage boys. If anyone has any information of who these individuals are please contact me at 870-642-2213.

Come out tomorrow for the Guns and Hoses blood drive! Tuesday at the Herman Dierks Community Building from 2:30 - 6:30.

Coming up Tuesday!

Female dog available now for adoption. It has been kept inside and is almost potty trained.

Summer is almost here. Schools will be taking a break, families will be planning and taking vacations, and the highways will be filling up with travelers. Beginning May 22nd and continuing through June 4th Law Enforcement across the entire state will be strictly enforcing seat belt use because accidents happen. We want you to survive with as few injuries as possible should you become involved in an accident and seat belts are proven to do this. Please be safe and choose to wear your seat belt when you are in the vehicle. Let’s have a great and safe summer!!

The De Queen Police Department would like to introduce the new K-9 patrol officer Kilo.

We would like to give a great big Thank You to Tractor Supply Co for the recent donation of the dog house, food and a large rubber mats.

Thank you for all you do, you don't get the recognition you deserve!

DHS ladies delivering cookies for child abuse awareness month.

Congratulations to Jamario Ervin for graduating from ALETA today.

A memorial service will be held on Friday March 24th at the National Guard Armory in De Queen at 2 p.m. The event will honor the lives of the fallen officers who lost their lives in 1984. The public is invited to attend.

For Immediate Release: Over the past week officers of the De Queen Police Department have taken 3 reports of attempted child abductions at the local Wal-Mart. Each case was investigated by the De Queen Police Department and each case is taken very seriously. We do not believe that there was any criminal intent on behalf of any of the parties involved. After being investigated it was determined it was not the same person in each incident. In each case the reporting parties declined to file any charges against the individuals. We do encourage people to be cautious and aware of their surroundings and report any suspicious activity, but at this time we do not believe there is any reason for any unnecessary concern.