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Chief's Message

Welcome to the Mountain Home Police Department online. We hope you find the department's website both informative and helpful.

The police department is responsible for providing police services to the residents of our city and the many visitors enjoying tourism and trade in Mountain Home, Arkansas. If we can assist you, contact us. Service is our only product and we strive to make it the best.

It is our goal to inform the community about your police department's philosophy, programs, and operations. With this knowledge, the police and the community can work together in making our community a better place to live. We are confronted with community growth that requires a strong community policing effort to meet the present and future demands for police services. Working together, we can meet this challenge.

If you have a recommendation for improving this website or other comments, please let me know.


Email your comments to cmanuel@mtnhomepolice.com 

Carry Manuel, Chief of Police

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Contact Information

Mountain Home Police Dept.
424 W. 7th Street
Mountain Home, AR
72653
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Before the Mountain Home Police Department can release any criminal information regarding background checks or incident reports, we must have a signed Freedom of Information Act.  Please download, complete, and sign this form, and then bring it with you to the police department or mail it to the address shown below.

424 W. 7th Street,
Mountain Home, AR 72653

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News

National Campaign-U Drive U Text U Pay
Published: April 10, 2015

 “U Drive U Text U Pay.” The police department will participate in the National Campaign, U Drive U Text U Pay, April 13 – 19, 2015. Participation in the program is a component of the department’s Selective Traffic Enforcement Project (STEP) funded by the Arkansas Highway Safety Office of the Arkansas State Police. Officers working overtime under the STEP grant will provide extra enforcement of texting laws while driving.

Distracted Driving Kills- In 2013, 244 Americans aged 15-19 were killed in distraction-affected crashes, 480 non-occupants killed in distraction-affected crashes.

To prevent distracted driving, motorists are urged to:

Turn off electronic devices and put them out of reach.

Be good role models for young drivers and set a good example.

Speak up when you are a passenger and your driver uses an electronic device while driving and offer assistance with making a call

Always wear your seat belt. Seat belts are the best defense against unsafe driving.

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