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720 South Hickory, Mountain Home, AR 72653

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Reports
TRAFFIC CRASH REPORTS

Reports of traffic crashes that occurred within the city limits of the City of Mountain Home and investigated by the Mountain Home Police Department are now available for purchase online. We hope you find this service convenient, saving both time and fuel. 

FEE SCHEDULE ONLINE
Public Street and Highway Reports                    $ 8.00

Private Property and Parking Lot Reports            $ 5.00

FEE SCHEDULE AT POLICE DEPARTMENT

Public Street and Highway Reports                    $10.00

Private Property and Parking Lot Reports            $ 6.00

To get a copy of your report online, click on the following link.

Traffic Crash Reports Online
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424 W. 7th StreetMountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: 870.425.6336

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City Hall 720 South Hickory, Mountain Home, AR 72653 (870)425-5116   
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TRAFFIC CRASH REPORTS

REPORT AN INCIDENT OR COMPLAINT

REPORT ILLEGAL DRUG ACTIVITY

REQUEST A SPEED TRAILER

CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY APPLICATION
Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip
Email:
Home Phone:
Suspect Info / Location of the Incident:

Provide a Narrative of the Complaint or Incident:
REPORT AN INCIDENT OR COMPAINT

Please provide as much information under details.  Information such as street address of the illegal activity, day or days of the week the activity occurs, time of the day the activity occurs, describe the activity, describe the list of illegal drugs involved.

Additional Info: Have you seen guns or dogs at this location. Are ther any doors or windows gated or reinforced?  Dealers name, nickname, age, race, gender, phone number, address, number, city, state, zip code, and description. 
Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Code:
Phone:
Email:
Details:
REPORT ILLEGAL DRUG ACTIVITY

The speed alert trailer is an effective tool in speed control and a part of the police department's traffic crash reduction strategy. Most citizens are law abiding and only need a simple reminder to slow down. The speed alert trailer will measure and display the speed of the approaching vehicle. The speed limit for the area will also be displayed for comparison with the vehicle’s speed. Currently, the speed alert trailer is deployed to areas of known speeding problems and high traffic crash rates. By reducing speed violations, the property damage, personal injuries, and deaths attributed to traffic crashes can be reduced and avoided in many cases. The speed alert trailer is used in conjunction with traffic radar utilized by law enforcement officers. While officers may observe particular areas for short periods of time for speeding violations, the trailer can be deployed continuously for approximately 48 hours. If you have a request for deployment of the speed alert trailer, complete the following form. An officer will contact you as soon as possible for scheduling of the trailer’s deployment concerning your request. Please allow up to 48 hours for return contact.

Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip
Email:
Home Phone:
Address of Requested Speed Trailer:
Details of Speeding Violations:
REQUEST A SPEED TRAILER

CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY

The purpose of the Citizens Police Academy is to increase the participant's knowledge
of law enforcement, operations of the police department, and improve the police-
community relationship. Participants will have a more interactive association with the
police department and will undergo a background check. Classes are not limited to,
but include the following.
· Police Department Overview
· School Resource Officer Program
· Drug Recognition Expert and K-9 Demonstration
· Criminal Investigations
· Special Response Team
· Tour of the Baxter County Detention Center
· Court
· Ride-A-Long
· Firearms Demonstration and Firing (optional) by Participants
The academy is presented each year beginning in April. The specific begin date and
class schedule will be released during the first quarter through this website and the
local media. Instruction is given for 2 hours, 1 day per week for 7 weeks.
Graduates are eligible to apply for membership with the Mountain Home Citizens
Police Academy Alumni Association. The association actively supports the Mountain
Home Police Department.




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