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Contact the public relations office at 479-756-7711 or the records division at 479-756-8200.
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To compliment or to file a complaint against a police officer you may contact any department supervisor in person or over the phone at 479-751-4542 and they will guide you through the process.You may also contact the Office of Professional Standards at 479-750-8590, or mail your complaint to the attention of the Chief of Police.
You may send payment through the mail to the Springdale District Court, 201 Spring St., Springdale, AR 72764, pay in person at the same address, or you can also pay online.
Contact the Springdale Police Department public information office at 479-756-7711, or with the RAIDS app on your smart phone, or you can access crime maps with the LexisNexis Community Crime Map website.
You can call the jail at 479-750-8543 or check the Springdale Police Department's recent arrests log.
The Springdale District Courts' hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call the District Court at 479-750-8150 for any questions. They are located at:
201 Spring Street
Springdale, AR 72764
You can check the warrants search at the department home page, or you can call the District Court at 479-750-8150 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. They will only have information for warrants held by the Springdale Police Department, and they will give you instructions on how to take care of the warrant.
File a report with your local police department and report it to the Federal Trade Commission. For more information call 1-877-ID-THEFT, or visit the Federal Trade Commission website.
File a report with your local police department and report the crime to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. For more information, visit their website.
Springdale Police Department does not give out such information. You can visit ACIC's website and click on the Hot File Check Form to request information, or you can call them at 1-800-482-5866.
Sex offenders are required by law to register with the police department in the jurisdiction where they are living. The police department then notifies the neighborhood where the registered offender is living.
There is also a link on the Police Department page to Offender Watch. This is a site sponsored by the Washington County Sheriff's Office. If you have further questions about sex offender registration contact the Springdale Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division at 479-750-8139.
Information is also provided to the State of Arkansas and it is posted on the Arkansas Crime Information Center website.