The Nashville Police Department is comprised of professional police officers who are eager to protect and serve our community. We are committed to making our community a safe place to live, work, and visit. We are proud to serve the citizens of Nashville with honor and integrity.
Note from the Chief
The Nashville Police Department serves the community by protecting citizens and property, preventing crime, enforcing laws, and maintaining order. Please feel free to contact our department with your public safety concerns.
The Arkansas Crime Information Center can be accessed to search for registered sex offenders in your area.
Victim Identification and Notification Everyday (V.I.N.E.) Program allows crime victims and concerned citizens to search a website for offender information.
Meet the Nashville Police Department
|501||Amy Marion||Chief of Police|
|503||Tim Bowlin||Criminal Investigator|
|504||Mark Barnes||Narcotics Investigator|
|505||Cody Looper||Patrol Division|
|506||Travis Turner||Patrol Division|
|507||Jimmy Steely||Patrol Division|
|508||Ty Basiliere||Sgt. Patrol Division|
|509||Jackie Thomas||Patrol Division|
|510||Jarrett Rogers||Patrol Division|
|511||Greg Parker||K-9 Patrol Division|
|513||Francisco Mercado||Patrol Division|
|515||Keith Philamlee||Patrol Division|
|516||Mackenzie Vermillion||Patrol Division|
|517||Andrae Jones||School Resource Office|
|Christine Young||Administrative Asst.|
Senior Operation Safeguard
A free service provided to the senior citizens of Nashville.
(Telephone Reassurance Program and Alzheimer/Dementia Program)
1. Telephone Reassurance Program – Nashville residents that are interested should be elderly or handicapped and have the need to be checked on periodically. A police officer will contact the person regularly to check on the welfare of the person. If the person is unable to be contacted, then a family member or friend will be contacted to make sure the person is okay. If necessary, the officer will go to the residence and check on the person. This program is designed so that if a resident does not have family here in Nashville, we can help check on you or your loved one and their welfare.
2. Alzheimer / Dementia Program – The person with Alzheimer/Dementia will be provided with a metal bracelet to wear. This bracelet will have the person's identification and the phone number for the Nashville Police Department. The police department will have the person's family and contact information on file to aid in getting a lost or disoriented person back where they are supposed to be.
If you are interested in either of these programs, please contact the Nashville Police Department
at 870-845-3434 during business hours, Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm.
On New Year's Eve, if I have had too much to drink and am afraid to drive will an officer escort me home?
On New Year's Eve, a lot of people will celebrate and consume alcoholic beverages at parties, friends' homes, etc. If you feel you have consumed too much alcohol or know someone who has and they need transportation within the City of Nashville, contact the Nashville Police Department. The Nashville officers, if available, will provide transportation.
Does the City of Nashville have a curfew?
The mayor, at any time a condition has arisen or is imminent which in his judgment constitutes a civil disturbance, riot, insurrection or time of local disaster, may declare a state of emergency and impose a curfew for such time and for such areas as he deems necessary to meet such emergency.
There is a curfew for juveniles, any person seventeen (17) or less years of age to be or remain in or upon the streets within the City of Nashville at night during the period ending at 5:00am and beginning:
(a) At midnight on Friday and Saturday nights, and
(b) 10:00pm on all other nights.
Exceptions to the juvenile curfew would include:
(a) When accompanied by a parent of such minor.
(b) When accompanied by an adult, at least twenty-one (21) years of age, who is authorized by a parent to accompany the minor for a designated period of time and purpose with a specified area.
(c) When exercising First Amendment rights protected by the United States Constitution, such as the free exercise of religion, freedom of speech and the right of such exercise by delivering to the Chief of Police a written communication signed by the juvenile and the parent.
(d) In cases of reasonable necessity for a juvenile remaining on the streets, but only after the juvenile's parent has communicated to the Chief of Police.
(e) When returning home from and within one (1) hour after the termination of a school or city sponsored activity, or an activity of a religious or other voluntary association.
(f) When engaging in the duties of bona fide employment or traveling without undue delay or detour from home to the place of employment, or from the place of employment to the home.
(g) When the minor is in a motor vehicle for the purpose of interstate travel, whether through, beginning or ending in Nashville.
How do I add information to my police report?
Any additions to a police report should be made to the investigating officer of the incident.
From whom can I obtain a copy of a police report?
Offenses occurring inside the City Limits are obtained from the Nashville Police Department.
Offenses occurring outside the City Limits in the county of Howard, are obtained from the Howard County Sheriff's Department.
How do I find out if someone has been arrested?
Inquiries of arrest are made at the Howard County Sheriff's Department, located at 101 Isaac Perkins Boulevard, Nashville, Arkansas, 71852 or call (870) 845-2626. There is also a jail roster available on the Howard County Sheriff's Office website at howardcountysheriffar.com
How do I find out if I have a misdemeanor warrant?
Inquiries of warrants may be made at the Nashville Police Department or the Howard County Sheriff's Department.
How can I request a traffic accident report?
Accidents occurring within the Nashville City Limits are obtained from the Nashville Police Department. Accidents occurring outside the Nashville City Limits are obtained from the jurisdictional agency that worked the accident.
Where do I pay for my traffic citation?
Payment for traffic citations are made through the District Court Clerk's Office, located at 426 North Main Street Suite #7, Nashville, Arkansas, 71852, Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm. Payments after business hours may be made at the Howard County Sheriff's Department or online at myfinepayment.com.
When and where is District Court held?
The District Court Room is located at 426 North Main Street. Court is held on Thursdays at 1:30pm with the exception of holidays or scheduled District Court conferences.
What do I do if I cannot attend my District Court appearance?
Requests for rescheduling court appearances are made through the District Court Clerk's Office.
My vehicle was impounded. What happens now?
When a City Officer impounds the vehicle, contact the Nashville Police Department. When the vehicle is impounded by County or State officers, contact the Howard County Sheriff's Department, located in Nashville, Arkansas; or the Arkansas State Police, located in Hope, Arkansas.
I will be out of town for a week. Will the Police watch my home?
Yes. A "Request to Watch" may be directed to the Nashville Police Department or the Howard County Sheriff's Department.
I've locked myself out of my car. Can the Police send someone to help me get into it?
As a general rule, we do not respond to persons having locked themselves out of their vehicles. The best persons to call in such cases are those who have a key, a tow truck, or an emergency auto service provider. We will only respond to a locked vehicle in those cases where a small child is locked in the vehicle or where some other threat to a person exists.