The Sherwood Police Department will provide the highest quality of police services with prompt response and community involvement. We pledge to help enhance the safety and quality of life in our city while holding ourselves to the highest standards of integrity and professionalism.
Message From Chief Bedwell
Thank you for visiting our website. We receive constant contact from people who are curious about how to become a police officer and what characteristics we look for in a possible job candidate. Our website has areas that deal with those issues but I want you to know what's expected from you if you join the Sherwood Police Department. Once a Sherwood Police Officer you MUST:
Obey the law and enforce the laws of our City and State while upholding the constitution of our great nation; give your best efforts to those in need of your willingness to serve them through your own sworn oath of honesty, bravery, trustworthiness, and unsullied character; not just possess the ability to enforce the law, but to be able to do so justly and without malice; be willing to sacrifice your own personal desires and comforts so that you will be ready at anytime to act swiftly in the line of duty; never act in any manner that gives credence to those whom are determined to cast doubt upon our profession, but instead, carry on the traditions of our respected brothers and sisters of law enforcement...Serve With Honor and Protect With Courage.
Chief Jim Bedwell
2014 Officer and Civilian Employee Awards
The 2014 Officer and Civilian Employee awards were bestowed at our January City Council meeting.
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School Resource Officer Tammy Turner was presented with the Samaritan Award for her work with the students and children in need at Northwood Jr. High.Our 2014 Dispatch/Detention Officer of the Year is Rachel Moss!
Our 2014 Civilian Employee of the Year is Evidence Officer Kristin White!
Our 2014 Officer of the Year is Officer Timothy Norvell!
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
- Plan a safe way home before the fun begins.
- Before drinking, designate a sober driver.
- If you’re impaired, use a taxi, call a sober friend or family member, or use public transportation.
- If you happen to see a drunk driver on the road, don’t hesitate to contact Sherwood Police Department.
- If you know someone who is about to drive or ride while impaired, take your friend’s keys and help your friend make other arrangements to get to where he or she is going safely.
How To Pay Traffic Tickets Or Fines
To pay a Sherwood Police traffic ticket or fine you have the following options:
- IN PERSON...at the Sherwood PD located at 2201 East Kiehl Avenue, Sherwood, Arkansas 72120...You may pay with Cash, Money Order, Visa, Master Card, or Discover Card. A cashier is on duty Monday through Friday from 7am till 4:30pm. There is a drop box located at the Cashier's Window for after hour payments. We provide the envelopes.
- MAIL...you can mail your payment to 2201 East Kiehl Avenue Sherwood, AR 72120 "ATTN: CASHIERS".
- BY PHONE...you can call 501-835-1425 Monday through Friday between 8am and 4pm and pay by Visa, Mastercard, or Discover Card.
- PAY ONLINE...Go to www.myfinepayment.com or call 877-591-8768
Surplus Equipment Auctions - GovDeals
Occasionally, the Sherwood Police Department will auction off items such as vehicles and miscellaneous items. We use the online auction site www.govdeals.com. You can do a location search using the zip code to find Sherwood; all types of items can be found on GovDeals. You must register to bid on the items you are interested in.
2015 CLICK IT OR TICKET
Click It or Ticket: Enforcing the Law to Save Lives
By Chief Bedwell