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Fort Smith, Arkansas Offense Statistics
Population 87,603
Violent Crime 704
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 5
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 66
Robbery 119
Aggravated Assault 514
Property Crime 5,162
Burglary 953
Larceny-Theft 3,990
Motor Vehicle Theft 219
Arson 11
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Publication: Crime in the United States 2015

100 S 10th St, Fort Smith, AR 72901, United States

Hanging out with students talking about police work at Spradling Elementary Career Fair

Hanging out with students talking about police work at Spradling Elementary Career Fair

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FSPD celebrating 126 years of service today! On February 6, 1888 FS City Ord#140 establishes Fort Smith Police Dept.

Operation Seeing Red starts Monday 5/27!! FSPD will be citing all motorists who are observed running red lights

FSPD needs your help identifying a suspect in a hit and run accident in which a pedestrian lost his life

added 14 new photos — with Anthony Rice and 2 others.7 hours ago
Chief Nathaniel Clark, Sergeant Wendall Sampson, Corporal Anthony Rice and speaker Lieutenant Wes Milam conducted an educational and entertaining safety course at Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church this afternoon. Topics included Conceal Carry, Active Shooter and Threat Response. Thank you Pastor Jennings and Mount Moriah for allowing us to visit with you.
9 hours ago
Thanksgiving is two days away and your FS Police Officers want to wish you a very safe and happy holiday! If you're traveling, be sure to lock your house, shut your garage doors, and turn a few lights on. Also, it is a good idea stop your mail or newspaper delivery while you're gone! All of these steps will help protect your home from crime while you're away. Also, if you plan on shopping for deals on Black Friday, remember to be patient while driving in the heavy traffic, lock your car doors, and do not keep your gifts where they can be seen from outside the vehicle. We will be posting several more tips as the holiday season gets into full swing!
13 hours ago
Press Release: Fort Smith Police Officers Toughen Up on Seat Belt Enforcement this Thanksgiving
Fort Smith Police Department Launches Click It or Ticket Mobilization
This Thanksgiving, the Fort Smith Police Department is working around the clock to make sure Thanksgiving travelers are wearing their seat belts. They will team up with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and law enforcement agencies across the country on a high-visibility Click It or Ticket campaign to work toward reducing the number of fatalities that occur when vehicle passengers fail to buckle up.
With millions of Americans on the road en route to visit friends and family for the Thanksgiving holiday, it is more essential than ever to ensure all vehicle passengers are buckled up. Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel times of the year. With more vehicles on the roads, the chances of being involved in a vehicle crash increase greatly. For this reason, law enforcement will be patrolling the streets, looking for unbuckled passengers. If they spot you, they will pull you over and issue a ticket.
The Click It or Ticket campaign is designed to save lives by making sure all Fort Smith drivers and passengers get the message to wear their seat belts. The campaign combines powerful messages about seat belt safety with increased patrolling for all unbuckled motorists.
“Wearing a seat belt could truly be the difference between life and death,” said Sergeant Scott Campbell. “Tragically, over half of the people who died in a fatal traffic crash during Thanksgiving 2015 were not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash. This year, we’ll be out in full force to ensure drivers and passengers alike are buckled up as they travel to their Thanksgiving destination. Violators will be pulled over and ticketed.”
In Fort Smith AR. the law states that children are required to ride in an appropriate child safety restraint until they are at least 6 years of age or 60 lbs. All children under 15 years of age must be buckled no matter where they are in the vehicle. The Primary Seat Belt Law requires drivers and front seat passengers to be buckled up at all times.
During the 2015 Thanksgiving holiday period (6 p.m. on Wednesday, November 25, to 5:59 a.m. on Monday, November 30), there were 301 passenger vehicle occupants killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes nationwide, and 53 percent of those killed were NOT wearing seat belts.
Some of these tragic deaths may have been prevented by seat belt use. NHTSA research indicates that proper seat belt use reduces the risk of fatal injury to front seat passengers by 45 percent, and the risk of moderate to serious injury by 50 percent.
In 2015, seat belts saved the lives of 13,941 passenger vehicle occupants. If seat belt use had been at 100-percent, an additional 2,804 people would still be alive this Thanksgiving.
“Every day, we see the effects of unbuckled vehicle crashes,” said Sgt. Scott Campbell “Whether you’re driving cross-country or across the street, you must wear your seat belt. This Thanksgiving and every day of the year, remember: Click It or Ticket.”
For more information about traveling safely this Thanksgiving, please visit .
16 hours ago
FSPD needs your help!

Detective James Melson with the Fort Smith Police Department Criminal Investigations Division is attempting to identify the female subjects in the picture. They are not suspects at this time, but may have some information regarding a case Det. Melson is working.

Anyone with information about these incidents, or know the identity of the females in the pictures below, are asked to call the Fort Smith Police Department at . Your anonymous tip may earn you up to a $1000.00 reward if you also call Crime Stoppers at 78-CRIME. You can also send a private message on our facebook page.
1 day ago
News Release: K9 Officer Keith Shelby and partner Ringo make arrest leading to 125 Year Prison Sentence

On June 13, 2017 Officer Keith Shelby and his K9 partner Ringo conducted a traffic stop. The driver of the vehicle, 46 year old William French was found to be in possession of several baggies of methamphetamines in two separate zip lock bags, a set of digital scales, and a new syringe. Total weight of the methamphetamines found was over ¼ pound.

Officer Shelby has been with the Fort Smith Police Department for 7 years and has been with the K-9 unit since 2014. Officer Ringo is a 5 year old Belgian Malinois and has been in service with K9 Officer Shelby for 3 years.

On 17 November, 2017 William French sentenced to the following after being found guilty by a jury. Possession of 10 to 200 grams of Methamphetamine with Purpose to Deliver(Class "A" Felony) - 60 years ADC, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (Class "B" Felony) - 40 years ADC, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (Class "D" Felony) - 15 years ADC and 10 years on Proximity to Certain Facilities Enhancement and 10 years on Proximity to Certain Facilities Enhancement. All charges were ordered by a Judge to run consecutive.

Great job by Officer Shelby and Ringo, protecting our community.
added 2 new photos.2 days ago
NEWS RELEASE: FSPD is needing your help identifying a person of interest in a theft case.

The subject pictured below is a person of interest in several thefts from a local business. Detective Jeff Mitchell with the Fort Smith Police Department Criminal Investigations Division is attempting to identify the male subject in the pictures below.

Anyone with information about these incidents, or know the identity of the male pictured below, are asked to call the Fort Smith Police Department at . Your anonymous tip may earn you up to a $1000.00 reward if you also call Crime Stoppers at 78-CRIME.

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