Farmington Police Department

  • Agency: Farmington Police Department
  • Address: 354 W. Main, Farmington, 72730 AR
  • Chief: Brian Hubbard (Chief of Police)

Farmington Police Department is located at 354 W. Main, Farmington, 72730 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Brian Hubbard. The Farmington Police Department phone number is 479-267-3411.

Farmington Police Department News

We are saddened to learn of Trenton's passing. We will be praying for his family as they mourn their loss.

Happy New Years to you and your family! Hope everyone has a safe celebration and start to a great new year!

The men and women at the Farmington Police Department would like to take a moment and wish everyone a Merry and Blessed Christmas!

Boston Mountain Solid Waste has provided the Farmington Police Department with a Cardboard Recycling Trailer for citizens to be able to dispose of Christmas packaging. This is a great alternative to placing the boxes out for trash collection where would be criminals will know what you have recently purchased. The trailer will be located in front of City Hall next to the City Hall Sign. Please feel free to share this information with all of your friends and neighbors. The trailer will remain at this location until January 10, 2018. We hope everyone has a Merry Christmas!

This past week we were honored to be able to help provide a Merry Christmas to a few of the children of Farmington. We are blessed to have a supportive community that allows us the opportunity to do the Shop with a Cop program. Not only were we able to take the children to Walmart, but through the generosity of Mike Traw and his Crew we were able to provide bicycles to the children.

UPDATE: Reagan Levi Phifer has been apprehended in Colcord, Oklahoma, and is awaiting extradition back to Arkansas. Thank you to everyone who assisted.

Today a warrant was issued for Reagan Levi Phifer for Murder in the 1st Degree. The investigation began July 27, 2017, and culminated with the issuance of the warrant for Phifer's arrest. If you have any information as to Phifer's location please contact your local law enforcement agency.

The Farmington Police Department would like to take a moment to thank all those who have served and those currently serving for providing us with the freedom we enjoy everyday. We would also like to take a moment and remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. You will never be forgotten. Everyday approximately 22 vetrans take their own lives. If you know of a veteran that is struggling don't stay quiet. Get them help. They can or you can call the Vetrans Help Line at 1-800-273-8255.

NOW HIRING!!! The Farmington Police Department is now accepting applications for full time police officer. Certification not required, but experience preferable. Must be available to work varying shifts including: nights, holidays and weekends. Benefit package. Deadline for submission is November 1, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Applications can be picked up at Farmington City Hall, 354 West Main. No phone calls.

Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 10:AM to 2:00 PM there will be an Officer at Farmington City Hall collecting your unwanted medications.

We can never forget. Lets all take a moment to remember those who lost their lives on this tragic day.

We have been notified that there was an issue with the crosswalk in the area by the High School Football Field House. We would like to encourage all drivers to be conscious of the crosswalks in the area and drive accordingly. We would also like to re-iterate that the roadway is not a loading and unloading zone. If you are dropping off your children you need to pull into a parking area and unload your child. Stopping in the street and having your children cross creates a traffic problem and leads to a greater chance of accidents. 27-51-1302. Stopping, standing, or parking prohibited in specified places. (a) No person shall stop, stand, or park a vehicle, except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a police officer or a traffic-control device, in any of the following places: (1) On a sidewalk; (2) In front of a public or a private driveway; (3) Within an intersection; (4) Within fifteen feet (15') of a fire hydrant; (5) On a crosswalk; (6) Within twenty feet (20') of a crosswalk at an intersection; (7) Within thirty feet (30') upon the approach to any flashing beacon, any stop sign, or any traffic-control signal located at the side of a roadway; (8) Between a safety zone and the adjacent curb or within thirty feet (30') of points on the curb immediately opposite the ends of a safety zone, unless the local traffic authority indicates a different length by signs or markings; (9) Within fifty feet (50') of the nearest rail of a railroad crossing; (10) Within twenty feet (20') of the driveway entrance to any fire station and on the side of a street opposite the entrance to any fire station within seventy-five feet (75') of the entrance when properly signposted; (11) Alongside or opposite any street excavation or any street obstruction when stopping, standing, or parking would obstruct traffic; (12) On a roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge of a curb or a street; (13) Upon any bridge or other elevated structure upon a highway or within a highway tunnel; (14) At any place where official signs prohibit stopping; or (15) On the shoulders, the median, the ramps, and all other highway rights-of-way along interstate or fully controlled access highways, except in designated parking areas, provided that stopping, standing, or parking that is brief in duration and is due to an emergency, a vehicle disablement, or to correct or avert an unsafe condition shall not be considered a violation of this section. (b) No person shall move a vehicle not owned by the person into any such prohibited area or away from a curb a distance that is unlawful.

Summer comes to an end tomorrow morning and the Farmington Police Department would like to remind the motoring public to be on the look out for children making their way to school. School Zones are strictly enforced! Following is the state law governing School Zones on the Highway. Remember that the speed limits for the city roads around the schools are 20 mph. 27-51-212 - Speed limit near schools (a) No person shall operate a motor vehicle in excess of twenty-five miles per hour (25 m.p.h.) when passing a school building or school zone during school hours when children are present and outside the building. (b) This speed limit shall not be applicable upon the freeways and interstate highways of this state or to school zones adequately protected by a steel fence limiting access to and egress from safety crossings. - A school zone shall include a distance of three hundred feet (300') on either side of a school building or school grounds and shall be posted with appropriate signs showing: "SCHOOL -- 25 M.P.H. WHEN CHILDREN ARE PRESENT". 27-51-1609 - Phone restrictions in school zones. (a) 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. (c) This section does not apply to law enforcement officers.

The Farmington Police Department through Celebrate Farmington maintains a dunk tank that is available for rent. The cost is $150.00 per day and proceeds are used to help the Farmington Police Department with the expenses related to Shop With A Cop. So if you or your business are having an event and would like to have a dunk take give us a call at 479-267-3411.

The Farmington Police Department has recently had some complaints about drone usage. It is important to remember that if you are flying a drone to be aware of your surroundings and to respect those around you. In Arkansas drones are governed by Act 293 and Act 1019: Act 293: Prohibits the use of drones to commit video voyeurism (invasion of privacy). Class B misdemeanor; Class A misdemeanor if images were distributed or transmitted to another party, or posted to the Internet. Act 1019: Prohibits the use of drones for surveillance and/or the gathering of information on "critical infrastructure" (oil refinery, chemical manufacturing facility, power plant, etc.) without written consent. The FAA also requires that drones be registered at RegisterMyUAS.faa.gov. Have a great day!

Here is another individual having problems knowing right from wrong. She too is cashing checks that do not belong to her. If you know who she is contact the Farmington Police Department at 479-267-3411 or send us a message. Thanks again for all your help.

We would to thank everyone who shared the previous post and helped spread the word. Thanks to the assistance the women pictured has been identified!

The Farmington Police Department needs assistance in identifying the individual pictured below. She is believed to have a bad habit of cashing checks that do not belong to her. If you know who she is please either send us a message or call at 479-267-3411. All help is greatly appreciated!

We hope everyone is having a safe and happy Memorial Day! We also want to remember and give thanks to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of our great nation.

The Farmington Police Department has been made aware that someone is calling businesses and telling them that they are with SWEPCO and their electricity is going to be disconnected if they do not pay. Do NOT give them any information and report any incidents to AEP Electric or your local police department.