Mayflower Police Department
For Emergencies: 911
Or, use the contact form further down this page.
Non-Emergency Hours of Operation
8:00- 4:30 Mon.-Fri.
$10 + $2 extra for any included pictures requested
$10 – Teachers outside of the City of Mayflower
(Mayflower teachers are free.)
General Employment – $15
Gun Permit – $20
Foster Care – $20
The recently enacted “Laura’s Law” requires Arkansas police officers responding to domestic violence incidents to ask victims a set of questions to evaluate their risk of being killed by abuse, such as whether the offender has ever used a weapon against the victim or controls most of the victim’s daily activities. The assessment aims to help identify victims in severe danger needing intervention. Police will also present victims with a “Laura’s Card,” a document listing their rights and contact information for local prosecutors and shelters. Learn More >>
“…makes it easier to get accident reports.
There is no need to make a trip to the police station to obtain a copy of your accident or other incident report. Simply search for your report, make your payment, and receive a copy that you can print or save to your files.
- Travel to the police station
- Postage and wasted paper
- Long forms to fill out
- Waiting in line
Plus, reports are available 24/7, meaning you can get your accident report when it’s convenient for you.
CRASHDOCS helps your local police department. Online accident report distribution reduces the need for law enforcement to handle administrative tasks associated with locating, copying and distributing accident reports. This frees up public safety officers to provide more relevant services to your community.”
SO, YOU WANT TO HAVE SOMEONE ARRESTED?
What should you do first? This public bulletin, prepared by the Mayflower Police Department, explains the process from beginning to end.
Contact the Mayflower Police Department by filling out the form below.