The Springdale Police Department needs help in identifying the following subjects in regards to different incidents around Springdale. If you happen to know any of the subjects please reach out to us at 756-8200, Investigations at 750-8139 or our Tipline at 317-0158. Thank you!!
The fog may have slowed our morning commute but that didn't keep these subjects from pulling a fast one. These subjects are wanted for various crimes within the city. If you recognize any of them please contact our police department at 756-8200, Investigation Division 750-8139, or call/text our tipline at 317-0158. We appreciate all the assistance.
We want to thank Carmen Anderson with Exp Realty, WACO Title, and Flat Branch home loans for providing Chic Fil A lunch for our department yesterday. Thank you all!!
We have recently been advised that someone has been calling residents claiming to be a detective with the police department and demanding money. The Springdale Police Department would never call demanding money. If you receive one of these calls please DO NOT give out personal information over the phone.
The Springdale Police Department along with SpringCreek Fellowship Church will be holding the annual Faith and Blue community event on October 7th at SpringCreek Fellowship (2120 W. Emma Ave) on October 7th from 10am-2pm. Touch a truck, Kid Print, and much more...Stay Tuned.
We hope you didn't have the case of the mondays today but we have some cases that we need help solving. If you know any of these subjects please contact the Springdale Police Department at 756-8200, CID750-8139 or text/call our tipline at 317-0158. Have a great rest of the week.
Thank you to the Gardens of Arkanshire for inviting us to breakfast this morning. It was so great to meet and talk with the residents as well as hear some very interesting life stories.
May we never forget the lives lost on this tragic day. 343 Firemen and 72 Officers paid the ultimate sacrifice that day just going to work. Thank you to all the men and women that continue to run towards the danger and serve day in and day out.
Estamos hoy en el Jones Center en El Festival Salvadoreño. Vengan a visitarnos!
We are accepting applications for our upcoming test. Come join us!! Applications due Friday September 19th, written test September 23rd.
It's find us Friday! We need help identifying these subjects in reference to various incidents. If you have any information to help identifying these subjects please reach out at 751-4542, CID @ 750-8139 or text/call our tipline at 479-317-0158. All help is appreciated.
Find us Friday. Need help in identifying the following subjects who our investigators want to speak to them regarding various crimes within the city. If you happen to know the identity of any of these subjects; reach out to the Police Dept (751-4542) or CID 750-8139. All help is appreciated!!
We want to say Congratulations to Corporal Darrell Propps for his retirement from the Springdale Police Department and acknowledge his 24 years of service to the City of Springdale. Corporal Propps graduated from Purdy (MO) High School in 1986. in 1988 Corporal Propps joined the Marine Corps and was deployed during Desert Shield and Desert Storm as a mortarman. Corporal Propps gained the rank of Corporal in Desert Shield and earned a combat action ribbon during Desert Storm. In 1999 Corporal Propps joined the Springdale Police Department as a patrol officer. Corporal Propps was the very first full time School resource Officer at Har-Ber High School. Corporal Propps was also assigned to the Investigation Division as a detective for five years and the warrants officer for four years. Corporal Propps has also been assigned as a bike patrol officer and Drug Recognition Expert. We thank you Corporal Propps for your dedication to the Springdale Police Department and the City of Springdale. Good Luck and God bless the next chapter and we're sure we will see you around.
We want to take a moment to congratulate some of our dispatchers for reaching some career milestones. Stacy Elliott has been on the headset for 15 years and is a constant consistent voice not only to our Police/Fire personnel but to the citizens of Springdale. She's a calm within a chaotic scene and we are very grateful for her service that she provides to the city. We also want to recognize, Roxanna Andrade, Monseratt Gordillo, Jessica Arellano, Brianna Preciado, Isaiah Terwilliger, Electa Cone, and Brandi Burgess for getting their one year anniversary pin. They have all been released on all three disciplines and two have been promoted to a quality assurance position and one to a lead position. Congratulations to all and thank you for your service. If you would like to be part of this amazing team we have openings in our dispatch center. Starting pay is $40,916.00. Applications can be found at www.springdalear.gov/o/spd/page/employment-information.
Last night; A-Night's Sgt Villeda, along with Officers Barth and Spessard took time to meet up with this future Officer. Thank you buddy and hope to see you 10-8 in a few years!!
Have that important text, notification, insta, or snap coming in as you get into school. Put it down and wait. Using a cellphone while driving is dangerous, even more in busy school zones. Have a safe and fun school year!!
We want to say thank you to Vicki Satterfield for her 42 years of service to the Springdale Police Department. She began her career as a dispatcher July 27, 1981 until May of 1989 when she moved to booking entering arrests and tickets. In 2005 Vicki moved to records and ends her time with us in CID. Luckily she won't be too far and is moving downstairs and down the hall, greeting all those that come into City Hall. Again we say thanks and good luck on the next adventure. You will be missed.
As school transportation begins, please be patient and lets keep the students safe to and from school. A huge Thank You to all of the bus drivers!! Passing a stopped school bus (27-51-1004). When a school bus stops, displays alternating warning lights for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers; all vehicles must come to a complete stop no less than 30 feet in any direction. Motorists should not begin to start nor pass a stopped bus until the bus has finished receiving or discharging the passengers and begins in motion along any public road, street, highway or private property open to the public or K-12 private or public school.
Public School begins Monday the 14th and we want to give some tips for safety as traffic picks up around the schools. We hope you all have a safe and great school year.
Need help in identifying these subjects in reference to crimes in the city of Springdale. If you happen to know these individuals please reach out to SPD @ 751-4542 or CID 750-8139. Text/call our tipline at 317-0158.