Tuckerman Police Department

  • Agency: Tuckerman Police Department
  • Address: 400 Highway 67 S, Tuckerman, 72473 AR
  • Chief: Jonathan Tubbs (Chief of Police)
Phone: 870-349-2424
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Tuckerman Police Department is located at 400 Highway 67 S, Tuckerman, 72473 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Jonathan Tubbs. The Tuckerman Police Department phone number is 870-349-2424.

Tuckerman Police Department News

On behalf of the Tuckerman Police Department, we would like to say Happy Veterans Day to not only our local hero’s but to all Veterans! Thank you for your service!

The Tuckerman Police Department is seeking qualified applicants for the position of FULL-TIME POLICE OFFICER. Applications can be picked up at the Tuckerman City Hall, 200 W. Main Street, Tuckerman, Arkansas. Job Summary: The Patrol Officer is responsible for the protection of life and property, prevention of crimes, apprehension of criminals and the general enforcement of laws and ordinances. Duties normally consist of routine patrol, preliminary investigation, and traffic regulation. To provide a safe environment for citizens and visitors and to answer calls for service ranging from friendly assists to highly stressful and dangerous incidents. Minimum requirements include: Must be at least 21 years of age or older, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a U.S. citizen, and have no felony convictions. Applicants will be required to meet these state requirements, drug screen, polygraph, medical and psychological examinations, and an intensive background investigation. Applicants must be certified or able to obtain certification within one year by the Arkansas Law Enforcement Certification Training in accordance with A.C.A. 12-9-106, or an approved law enforcement training academy. Contact Chief Justin Collom at tuckermanpd@windstream.net or 870-349-2424 if you have any questions.

Due to the power outage, there will be a city wide curfew in affect from 11pm tonight until daylight.

Thank you to the Wives of Armor (Chapter B) for our Law Enforcement Survival Kits #policeweek2018.

Come out to Walmart in Newport today and help Wives of Armor stuff the police cars with items for the Battered Women's Shelter!

On Tuesday, April 3, 2018, officers from the Tuckerman Police Department; Diaz Police Department; and the Jackson County Sheriff's Department participated in Union Pacific’s Crossing Accident Reduction Education and Safety Program (UP CARES). The program brings together communities in a collaborative and caring effort to promote railroad crossing and pedestrian safety. As part of the program, officers rode inside the locomotive and observed motorist behavior at railroad crossings inside the city limits of Tuckerman. As a result, two (2) citations and one (1) warning was issued for disobeying a RR signal device.

Anyone missing a dog, this one was picked up earlier on S. Holt Street. To claim him call Larry @ 870-624-0033 or stop by City Hall.

Anyone missing a dog, this one was picked up earlier today on S. Dowell Ave. To claim her call Larry @ 870-624-0033 or stop by City Hall.

We would like to wish everyone a happy and safe new year!

Merry Christmas from our family to yours!

Per Jackson County Judge Jeff Phillips, Jackson County is now under a burn ban!

Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!