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Mission Statement
The Sherwood Police Department will provide the highest quality of police services with prompt response and community involvement. We pledge to help enhance the safety and quality of life in our city while holding ourselves to the highest standards of integrity and professionalism.

Chief of Police
Jim Bedwell
Statement from the Chief







The 2014 Officer and Civilian Employee awards were bestowed at our January City Council meeting.

(Left to Right) 
School Resource Officer Tammy Turner was presented with the Samaritan Award for her work with the students and children in need at Northwood Jr. High.Our 2014 Dispatch/Detention Officer of the Year is Rachel Moss!
Our 2014 Civilian Employee of the Year is Evidence Officer Kristin White!
Our 2014 Officer of the Year is Officer Timothy Norvell!





Arkansas Prescription Drug Take Back


Drop off your expired/unused/unwanted medications to local law enforcement for destruction.

**Never flush medications**

To find a location near you:



Saturday, April 25, 2015

10:00 am-2:00 pm



Sherwood Police Department Drug Takeback

We now have a new drop off location, it is in the back of the Gravel Ridge Substation; the drop off inside the

Police Department building is still open also. Both of these locations are available 24 hours.




Sherwood Police Department will be conducting a citizens' police Academy beginning may 5, 2015. This will be a

four week academy designed to inform citizens on diffrent aspects of law enforcement including Community Policing,

Patrol Duies, Criminal Investigations, Traffic Enforcement, Tactical Training, Court Procedures, and Firearm Safety.

The course will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. The course is free, and we encourage

all who want to gain an active knowledge of their police department to attend. Attendance will be limited to Sherwood

property owners and business owners, 21 years old, without a criminal record. For more info please read the Press Release below.


Press Release



To pay a Sherwood Police traffic ticket or fine you have the following options:



Reports of accidents occurring since January 1, 2013 should be available using CARFAX. All accident reports are still available at the Police Department's cashier’s office for $10.




ACIC Sex Offender Registry Search

Homeland Security Investigations Victim Notification Program

Sherwood Employee Application

Arkansas Drug Takeback

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