A large crowd gathered recently in front of the Hot Springs Police Department in a public show of support for our local law enforcement officers. The group appealed for the safety and protection of all police officers nationwide in the wake of recent violence against the men and women who protect and serve our communities.
Chief David Flory and Captain Chris Chapmond present Officer First Class Mark Wilson with a plaque recognizing him as Officer of the Quarter for his outstanding service to the City of Hot Springs
If you are unable to provide a safe home for a newborn baby then you need to know about the Arkansas Safe Haven Law.
Did you know that every single investigation conducted by a law enforcement agency begins with a witness? It's true! Witnesses come in a variety of forms; eyewitnesses, bystanders, victims, experts, even the police officers themselves are "witnesses" in a criminal case. That's why it is important for witnesses to speak up and report what they have seen, heard, or may suspect. If you See Something, Say Something. We do our best to make it easy for almost anyone to report a crime.
If you see or suspect a crime here are some very simple options: