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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.

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Carry Manuel, Chief of Police

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424 W. 7th Street
Mountain Home, AR
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Arkansas Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 25th
Published: April 23, 2015

Contact:

Lt. Eric Neal

Mountain Home Police Department

870-425-6336

 

Mountain Home Police Department Holds Prescription Drug Take Back Day, April 25, on the police department parking lot at 424 West 7th Street, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Area residents invited to dispose of their unwanted medications and drive down prescription drug abuse

 

The police department will collect expired and unused medications in the state’s tenth Take Back event.  Drop-off is completely anonymous and no questions will be asked.  Medications may be returned in any container or removed from the original pill bottles for increased privacy.  Unwanted prescription, over the counter, and vitamins or other nutritional supplements will be accepted.

Arkansas residents have benefitted tremendously from their participation in the nine previous Take Back events.  According to a study published in April 2013 by the Partnership at Drugfree.org and MetLife Foundation, more than 40% of teens who have misused or abused a prescription drug obtained it from parents’ medicine cabinets.  In the same study, 56% of teens described getting prescription drugs from their parents’ medicine cabinet as “easy”.  By ridding their medicine cabinets of unwanted medications, Arkansans have destroyed over 62 tons of pills, thereby removing the potential for diversion and contributing to a significant reduction in the rate of Arkansas youth prescription abuse over the past three years. The police department is encouraging area residents to continue their successful efforts to drive down prescription drug abuse in Arkansas by taking a few minutes to drive down their unneeded medications to a drop-off location for disposal.

This 2015 Take Back event is supported by Mountain Home Police Department in collaboration with the Office of the Drug Director, the DEA Little Rock Field Office, the Arkansas National Guard, Arkansas Rotary Clubs, the Arkansas State Board of Pharmacy, the Arkansas Department of Health, the Arkansas Department of Health and over 170 additional law enforcement and government agencies, community organizations, and public health providers who comprise the Arkansas Prescription Drug Coalition.  Please visit www.artakeback.org for additional information.

Carry Manuel, Chief of Police

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