The Records Division of the Springdale Police Department is a civilian support unit, which provides general record maintenance and data entry for the department. The Records Division employs 6 civilian clerks, which are responsible for processing accident investigation reports, data entry of traffic and criminal offenses, and the processing of requests for reports.
The Records Division handles a large number of requests for reports, the most common being accident, arrest, and case reports. Usually accident reports can be released as soon as the Records Division receives the report from the Patrol Division. The reports are generally received from the Patrol Division and are available within three to five days.
Case reports, which are still under investigation because of arrests made or arrests pending, cannot be released until the investigation is completed. Requests for these reports will be referred to the Criminal Investigation Division and or Prosecutor's Office for further information.
To request copies of a report, click on the link below, complete and then return the attached form in person to the Springdale Police Department Records Division.
Information Request Form (The form is in PDF format and you can type information into the text box fields and print the completed form.)
The Springdale City Jail is a twenty-four hour-a-day facility operating under guidelines set by Arkansas Jail Standards. The Jail has a capacity of 24 inmates and it employs civilian jailers. The jailers provide all aspects of care and operation at the jail. Civilian jailers receive certification through Arkansas Jail Standards and operate under guidelines set by the State of Arkansas.
Visiting hours for inmates are from 12:00 PM until 3:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday. Individuals wanting to visit an inmate at the Springdale City Jail must provide personal identification prior to visitation.
If you have any questions about the Springdale City Jail contact us at (479) 750-8543.