Arkansas State Police Association

Arkansas State Police Association
Arkansas State Police Association is listed in the Police & Law Enforcement category in Little Rock, Arkansas. Displayed below are the social networks for Arkansas State Police Association which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Arkansas State Police Association on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 75.

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8500 W Markham St
Little Rock, AR 72205
(501) 221-2053

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The Arkansas State Police is proud to be a part of Operation Dry Water. In a car - or a boat - drive sober or get pulled over.
The 2017 Operation Dry Water awareness and enforcement weekend will take place nationwide, June 30 - July 2, 2017. This program focuses on spreading the awareness of operating a boat while under the influence in a recreational waters. Please do your part by drinking and operating a boat in a responsible manner. Officers will be out patrolling strictly enforcing the state's BUI Law. Have a safe holiday and we will see you out on the water! #operationdrywater


ARKANSAS LAW ENFORCEMENT HAS UNIFIED MESSAGE FOR JULY 4th DRIVERS: DRIVE SOBER OR GET PULLED OVER The celebration of our nation’s birthday during the coming week will lead thousands of families onto the state highways and local streets. Their travels will take them to cookouts, family reunions, picnics and other summer festivities. Inevitably some won’t return home. The bad choices that lead to drinking and driving will end with injury, death and lasting consequences inflicted on many innocent families. During the Fourth of July holiday period, beginning Friday, June 30 and continuing through Tuesday, July 4, Arkansas law enforcement officers will participate in the statewide Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over operation. Stepped-up patrols among state, county and city law enforcement agencies will have officers on the lookout for drunk drivers. Motorists should expect to see more sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols involving a unified police force working to keep the highways and streets safe. “If you choose to drink and drive the chances are greater that you will be caught during the upcoming holiday,” said Colonel Bill Bryant, Director of the Arkansas State Police and the Governor’s Highway Safety Representative. “Making the choice to drink and drive can be deadly. It’s irresponsible behavior, and we will be out in full force to put a stop to it.” Statistics show that drunk driving is a deadly epidemic in our nation. During 2015 there were more than 10,250 people killed in alcohol related crashes. These deaths accounted for almost a third of nationwide traffic fatalities nationwide. It is illegal in every state to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 grams per deciliter or higher, yet people continue to break the law and drive drunk. The consequences of a DWI arrest are staggering. On average the cumulative costs can range upwards of $10,000 or more. Drunk drivers who are arrested face jail time, vehicle towing and impoundment fees, attorney fees, court costs and fines, and lost wages from employment. A conviction routinely leads to the loss of a driver license and higher vehicle insurance costs once driving privileges are restored. The Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign means zero tolerance for drunk driving. There are plenty of safe ways for you to get to your destination if you plan on drinking alcohol. The Arkansas Highway Safety Office recommends these alternatives to drinking and driving: • It’s never okay to drink and drive. Even if you’ve had one alcoholic beverage, designate a sober driver or plan to use public transportation to get to your destination safely. Plan a safe way home before you leave. • If you’ve have been drinking, call a taxi or someone who is sober to get you home. • If you see a drunk driver on the road, call 911. • If you know someone who is about to drive or operate a motorcycle or any other vehicle while impaired, take their keys and help them make other arrangements to get to their destination safely. • Buckle up, always. Your seat belt is your best defense against the drunk driver. For more information on the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign, visit or contact the Arkansas Highway Safety Office at (501) 618-8136. Information about Arkansas' ongoing "Toward Zero Deaths" campaign to eliminate preventable traffic deaths can be found at

TROOP C - I-555 is SHUT DOWN NB & SB at Exit 44. Please use caution in the area, and if possible take an alternate…

TROOP C TRAFFIC ADVISORY - Due to structural damage from an early morning crash involving a tractor trailer, NORTHBOUND I-555 is SHUT DOWN at Exit 44 (Harrisburg Road). Please use caution in the area, and if possible take an alternate route. Northbound I-555 will be shut down for at least the next 24 hours while crews work to fix the damage. You can keep up with road closures @

TROOP J INFORMATION - The Drivers License Testing Site in Russellville will be closed June 28th - July 4th, due to construction. The tentative plan is to be reopened next week, on July 5th. There are other test sites throughout the state, you can find the times and locations on our website @ If you have questions, please contact Troop J Headquarters at (479) 754-3096.

#learnthelawtuesday July 4th is right around the corner, and we want to make sure you have a chance to share this BEFORE next week - since we know many of you will begin your celebrations this weekend. Remember, fireworks may be fun - but they are also very dangerous! Always remember to teach fireworks safety by using fireworks responsibly and setting a good example for children, young adults, friends and family. Have a designated shooter that knows each firework; how it performs and how to safely light the firework. Make your backyard celebration not only a fantastic show for the family, but a teaching lesson for everyone present. Be smart, and make sure your children know the proper laws on fireworks - do NOT throw them from cars, do NOT put them in mailboxes, and do NOT throw them at others!! Pranks and fun can quickly turn into tragic and deadly situations. 20-22-713 - Fireworks -Place of explosion or ignition. (a) It shall be unlawful to explode or ignite fireworks within six hundred feet (600') of any church, hospital, asylum, public school, or within two hundred feet (200') of where fireworks are stored, sold, or offered for sale. (b) No person shall ignite or discharge any permissible articles of fireworks within, or throw the fireworks from, a motor vehicle while therein, nor shall any person place or throw any ignited article of fireworks into or at a motor vehicle or at or near any person or group of people. Here are some tips on firework safety: • Parents and caretakers should always closely supervise teens if they are using fireworks. • Parents should not allow young children to handle fireworks. • Alcohol and fireworks do not mix. Save your alcohol for after the show. • Do not hold a firework in your hand unless specifically stated in the caution label. • Fireworks should only be used outdoors. • Only light one firework at a time. • Never relight a "dud" firework. Wait 20 minutes and then soak it in a bucket of water. • Used fireworks should be soaked with water and placed in a nonflammable trash can outside; several feet away from a house, garage, deck area or anything else flammable. • Do not use homemade fireworks, professional fireworks or illegal explosives; they can kill you!


TROOP D INFO - The DL Test Site in Wynne will be closed today, Friday, April 21st. Questions? - call Troop D HQ @ 870-633-1454