Saint Francis County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Saint Francis County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 313 South Izard Ste.10, Forrest City, 72336 AR
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Saint Francis County Sheriff's Office is located at 313 South Izard Ste.10, Forrest City, 72336 AR. The Saint Francis County Sheriff's Office phone number is 870-633-2611.

Saint Francis County Sheriff's Office News

Debbie Gilliam shared this post If anyone locates our Black English lab we will pay $600.00 reward for her safe return. Call 317-3303. I NEED EVERYONES HELP, PLEASE! HELP GET MY BABY BACK. IT KILLS ME NOT KNOWING WHERE SHE IS AT! Liz went missing out of my yard. Address, 539 SFC 320, Forrest City, AR. Road 320 is off Hwy. 284; you turn left at earth home going north on Hwy. 284. It was around 4:00 pm, still daylight. Did anyone that was out this way see anything?? We have been keeping my brothers, solid black English Lab for almost 2 years. We let her outside to play with our Blue Healer around 4:00 this evening. They were out approximately 20 minutes playing. Liz never leaves the yard. We can't find her. Jax was on front porch where Liz usually is while they are playing. She is lovable and sweet. We want her back. My HEART is broken. Attached is her picture. A REWARD IS BEING OFFERED. We love our baby Liz. Please in God's name bring her to us. My phone number is 870/317-3303. Call anytime. I love her so much!



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St. Francis County Residents, please help us recognize one of our very own by casting your VOTE for Smart Telecommunicator Awards 2016 at Presley Bumgarner St. Francis County Sheriff's Office Forrest City, Arkansas This young lady took a call on a another brother in blue who had shot them self. She did a great job this was a very emotional call for anyone to take. He was a very good friend to our department and family also. Presley had a job to do to get all the necessary help that was needed so all her emotions that she had during this time had to be placed on a back burner to do her very best at what she does. Sorry for our brother in blue life was lost but hats off to a 911 operator who will be forgotten for her quick and good thinking in this time of need……Presley behind the scene hero!!!! Outstanding Presley, we are so PROUD of YOU!!!! Look under the Central Region to cast your VOTE!

Look who came out to see us on this cold windy day. He got plenty of treats and also got to feed the elephant peanuts. Thanks for stopping by with the BIG SMILE!.

Fall Festival fun at Hickey Field.

Come out and visit the St. Francis County Sheriff Department at the Career Expo on the EACC campus. We looking forward to seeing you.

SFC Tax office will be opened October 12, 2015 for Columbus Day. If you have any questions concerning your tax statements we urge you to contact the Sfc Assessors office at 870-261-1710 as soon as possible. The last day to pay taxes in the office is October 15th. Payments are accepted online at Online payments will be accepted until 11:59 pm

Arkansas’ St. Francis County Tax Collector Takes Payments Online Residents can avoid lines with new online property tax payment option St. Francis, AR. – June 30, 2015 – It will be easier than ever for residents of St. Francis County to pay their property and real estate taxes this year. The Tax Collector’s Office today announced that it is taking credit card payments, meaning residents can pay their taxes from any smartphone, tablet or computer at “We are always looking for cost effective ways to make the tax payment process easier for citizens,” St. Francis County Tax Collector Bobby May said. “I am proud to offer our residents a convenient way to pay their taxes online, from wherever they are, and avoid delinquent fees.” May said taxpayers can also sign up for a service called eNotify when paying their tax bill online. After registering, eNotify will alert taxpayers by email when their statements are ready, saving the county the costs of paper, postage and manpower used in mailing out forms. The St. Francis County Tax Collector partnered with the state’s eGovernment service provider, Information Network of Arkansas (INA), to develop the secure payment system to ensure privacy, security and data integrity. Credit card transactions include a minimal processing fee to cover the cost of the system, which INA developed for the county at no cost through its self-funded model. INA provides online property tax payment services for 52 other Arkansas counties. St. Francis County personal property and real estate taxes are due March 1 and delinquent after October 15, 2015. Residents can pay online by going to to look up their Tax Payer number. The system will prompt residents through payment screens and provide a confirmation and receipt page for their records. Payments may also continue to be made in person at the Collector’s Office in Forrest City or by mailing a check to the St. Francis County Tax Collector. About St. Francis County Tax Collector The Tax Collector is responsible for collecting personal and property taxes based on a resident’s or business’ assessment with the county. The St. Francis County Tax Collector is located in Forrest City inside the county courthouse. For more information visit About Information Network of Arkansas The Information Network of Arkansas (INA) is a public private partnership between the state of Arkansas and the Arkansas Information Consortium (AIC) that helps state government entities Web-enable their information services. Little Rock based AIC is part of eGovernment firm NIC's (EGOV) family of companies. INA operates, the official website of the state of Arkansas, which offers more than 1,100 state and local online services. About NIC Founded in 1992, NIC (NASDAQ: EGOV) is the nation's leading provider of official government websites, online services, and secure payment processing solutions. The company's innovative eGovernment services help make government more accessible to everyone through technology. The family of NIC companies provides eGovernment solutions for more than 3,500 federal, state, and local agencies in the United States. Forbes has named NIC as one of the “100 Best Small Companies in America” six times, most recently ranked at No. 36 (2014), and the company has been included four times on the Barron’s 400 Index. Additional information is available at

St. Francis County Sheriff Bobby May Would like to thank everyone who donated National Child Safety Council material to the St. Francis County Sheriff Department. This material will help aid our department by providing grade school children of the awareness of bullying, crime prevention, drug prevention, child safety, friendly sheriff, and other valuable material. Thank you very much to those who provided for this material: Allison-Reinke, Inc. Arkansas Concrete Company B & E Tire Repair & Sales Bob Beavers Architect Brady’s Barbershop Broadway Motors Cedric Williams Insurance Agency Charles and Jeanette Bradshaw Dunaway’s Family Pharmacy E-Z Mart East Arkansas Children’s Clinic East Central Arkansas Insurance First National Banl First National Bank of Eastern Arkansas Floyd Printing Company Fong Department Store Hampton Inn & Comfort Inn & Suites Holiday Inn Express Hood, Pagan & Associates James Franks Family Medicine, PA. Jennifer Hicky Collins, Inc. JW’s East Arkansas Recycling Kenco Construction, Inc. Racer’s AG Service Rest Inn Motel Shadygrove Church Southern Furniture SSI Contracting, Inc. Stevens Funeral Home, Inc. Times-Herald Publishing Company Woodruff Electric CO-OP

Amnesty Program If you owe outstanding fines and court costs to the City or County and currently have a non-payment warrant outstanding for your arrest you may qualify for a new Amnesty program being offered by the St. Francis County District Court. The Amnesty program offers the opportunity to pay your outstanding fines and court costs without being arrested and spending any time in jail. There are other important benefits as well. During the amnesty period, which will run from February 3, 2015 to April 30, 2015, if you are behind on your fines and costs payments, you may go to the St. Francis County District Court Clerk's Office to pay your account. This program represents an opportunity to those who have gotten behind on his or her fines and cost payments, regardless of the reasons, and have not gone to the Sheriff's office or the Police Department to pay on their fines out of fear of being arrested and placed in custody. If you decide to take advantage of the amnesty program you will not be arrested, no additional court costs will be added for a non-payment warrant, and you will not be required to appear before the District Court Judge. The AMNESTY PROGRAM works as follows: 1. You will be required to pay fifty (50%) of your outstanding fines and court costs which are over twelve (12) months old. Any court costs and warrant fees will be waived/dismissed. 2. You will not be arrested for non-payment of these old fines and any non-payment warrant would be pulled immediately and dismissed. 3. If your drivers's license has been suspended, you will be given a suspension release form to take to Driver Control. 4. You will not be required to appear in District court. 5. Your income tax refund will not be intercepted. Those wishing to take advantage of this unique opportunity for amnesty should contact the St. Francis County District Court Clerk's Office, at 870-261-1410 to inquire about their balance, and to see if they qualify for this program. Currently, more than a million dollars is owed to the City, County, and State for outstanding fines and court costs. This is money that the City, County, and State use in the administration of justice including jail costs. All citizens suffer when these fines and court costs go uncollected. Some of the balances even represent money owed to victims of crimes that remain unpaid. For further information, please contact local law enforcement, the ST. FRANCIS COUNTY DISTRICT COURT CLERK at 870-261-1410.

Drug Take Back September 27, 2014 10:00 am - 2:00 pm PriceHarris Pharmacy located on Arkansas St. Participants can receive a $5 Wal-Mart gift card or gift certificate from a local restaurant. We look forward to seeing everyone and thank you in advance for helping our department dispose of unused or expire drugs.

Please be advised St. Francis County Sheriff Department will be sending out Official Court Document Jury Summons beginning September 29, 2014. If you receive a summons in the mail please return the questionnaire as soon as possible. St. Francis County Circuit Clerks office has also included two flyers that offer additional information. The "FYI" flyer informs potential jurors of a four-month term of service as a juror. This flyer also includes information on how to fill the jury summons out online at, the option of filling out the summons and return by mail is still available. If selected for jury duty there are three methods in which a juror can receive information: 1. Text Message 2. Email 3. Calling in on the juror call in number 870-633-2035. The second flyer "My Jury Info" gives permission to the St. Francis County Circuit Clerk’s office to notify jurors by email or text must accompany the questionnaire. Please be sure to return this notice if you choose this option. Any questions regarding juror information please contact the Juror Coordinator, Erin May at 870-261-1721 or Circuit Clerk Bette Green at 870-261-1724

Drug Take Back Got Drugs? If you have any unused or expired drugs please drop them off on October 2, 2014 at the following locations: St. Francis County Sheriff's Office PERMANENT COLLECTION SITE Agency: St. Francis County Sheriff's Office 313 South Izard Street, #10, Forrest City Phone: 870-633-2611 Price Harris Pharmacy--St. Francis County Sheriff's Office TAKE BACK SITE Agency: St. Francis County Sheriff's Office 313 Arkansas Street, Forrest City Phone: 870-633-2611 Please visit for more information for other drop off locations in Arkansas

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We need your help finding the owner of this dog. Please share this photo. If you have any information please contact the Sheriff's office at 870 261 1797 and ask for Det. Sgt. Bradshaw