Assistant Chief Alice Fulk
Assistant Chief Alice Fulk is a twenty-seven (27) year veteran of the Little Rock Police Department. She is a native of Little Rock and a graduate of Little Rock's Hall High School. In her position as Assistant Chief of Police of the Department's Field Services Bureau, she oversees the operations of the departments patrol officers.
Assistant Chief Fulk joined the Police Department in 1992. Throughout her career, she has held positions in Patrol, Investigations, Training, and Records and Support Divisions. In 2015, Assistant Chief Fulk had the distinction of becoming the first female Assistant Chief of Police in the history of the Little Rock Police Department. During her police career, Assistant Chief Fulk has received numerous commendations and professional certifications.
Assistant Chief Fulk holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and a Master of Arts degree in Human Resource Management from Webster University. She has attended the Senior Management Institute for Police, Homeland Security Leadership Academy, Arkansas School of Law Enforcement Supervision, Arkansas Leader, and the Little Rock Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class XIV.
Assistant Chief Fulk is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. She is also a member of the Arkansas Association of Chiefs of Police where she serves as Vice President of the Southeast Region and as Co-Chairwoman on the Legislative Committee. Additionally, she serves on the Arkansas Municipal League Public Safety Advisory Board, and serves as a Board Member of Women and Children First. Assistant Chief Fulk is a member of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock College of Social Sciences and Communications Dean's Advisory Council.