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Tickets and citations can be paid in person and by mail at the Municipal Courthouse, at 600 West Markham Street, Little Rock, AR, 72201, or online at www.ark.org/littlerock/court_fines/

You can apply in person at 500 West Markham Street, Little Rock, AR, 72201, or online at City of Little Rock Employment website

You can file a complaint by contacting the Internal Affairs office located at 3805 West 12th Street, Little Rock, AR, 72201. (501) 918-4275.

The County Courthouse is located at 401 West Markham Street, Little Rock, AR, 72201. (501) 340-8305

The City/County jail is located at 3201 West Roosevelt Road, Little Rock, AR, 72201. (501) 340-7000.

You can call the Little Rock Police Department Crime Stoppers office at (501) 371-4636.

Reports can be obtained from the Records & Support Division. There may be minimal fees involved for obtaining reports. (501) 371-4654. 

They may also be obtained here https://littlerockar.policereports.us/

Non emergency reports can often be made over the phone by calling (501) 371-4829 or (501) 371-4830. To make a report over the phone, please call (501) 371-4617.

The Little Rock Police Department Headquarters is located at 700 West Markham Street, Little Rock, AR, 72201   (501) 371-4605

The Downtown Division is located at 3917 W. 12th St, Little Rock, AR, 72204 (501) 918-5130

The Southwest Division is located at 6401 Baseline Road, Little Rock, AR, 72209   (501) 918-3900

The W.W. Williams Northwest Division is located at 10001 Kanis Road, Little Rock, AR, 72205   (501) 918-3500

The hours of operation are Monday thru Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm.

The property room is located at 500 W. Markham St. directly below the municipal court building.

You can contact the property room at 371-4643. 

You will need a government issued form of identification.  Incident number and/or tag number is also helpful.

Any property stored will be disposed of after 60 days.  A notice will be sent prior to the disposal to the address provided to the storing officer at the time of storage.

In most cases, an officer or detective will notify an owner of recovered stolen property.  However, you may contact the property room with your serial number(s) so a property technician can check if the item(s) have been stored.

In order to retrieve your stored firearm, you must provide a government issued form of identification, complete a LRPD “Request for the Return of Seized Firearm” form, pass a background check and show proof of ownership of the firearm.

If your property is stored as evidence, it may not be released without the prior authorization of the storing officer/detective or Court Order. 

In most cases, you can retrieve your property after 2-3 business days.  You can always contact the property room prior to responding to verify your property has been transferred to the main property room.

If you are not listed as the owner of the property on the LRPD Incident Report, you must provide a notarized letter from the listed owner authorizing the release of the property to you.

If you are requesting someone other than yourself retrieve your property from LRPD custody, your designee must provide a notarized letter authorizing the release of property.