21st Century Policing

21st Century Policing

Major Casey Clark

Major Clark has been with the department for twenty-seven (27) years and has served in a majority of its Divisions. He holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Sociology from the University of Central Arkansas. Clark's mission is to form lasting and meaningful community relationships while utilizing technology to better serve our citizens.

The 21st Century Community Policing Division is the newest division in the police department. The tenants of the Division are based on the six pillars of the 21st Century Policing Commission which are Building Trust and Legitimacy, Policy and Oversight, Technology and Social Media, Community Policing and Crime Reduction, Training and Education, and Officer Safety and Wellness.

The Division is divided into two sections the Public Information Section and the Community Services Section.
The Public Information Section is responsible for disseminating accurate information to the public and media. The Community Services Section is in charge of the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program, Explorers Program, LGBTQ + IA Liaisons, Citizen’s Police Academy and Alumni association.

 

 

 

Violent Crime Reduction Policy

Crime Free Multi-Housing Program

Explorer Scouts

LRPD Org Chart

How does crime get investigated

Victim of a crime

Districts

LRPD Duties