Mayflower Police Department

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Notices / Alerts / Warnings

Operation Early Harvest flyer link

The Mayflower Police department was honored to be part of Operation Early Harvest recently. The operation, hosted by Faulkner County Sheriff's Office, in conjunction with the U.S. Marshals Service, Arkansas State Police, Conway Police Department, Mayflower Police Department, and Pafford Medical Services STRIIK Team, aimed to bring repeat offenders and individuals involved in violent offenses into custody. Across all agencies, 60 individuals were charged, resulting in a total of 110 charges. Of these, there were 56 felony charges and 54 misdemeanor charges. View the press release with all the details here.

Mayflower Police

Doug Hunter, Chief

For Emergencies, Call 911

Non-Emergency Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
5 Ashmore Dr., Mayflower AR
Contact Information:


Incident Report Copies
$10 + $2 extra for any included pictures requested.
Code Enforcement
For Environmental Issues, Grass, Trash, Unsightly Property or Inoperable Vehicles, PLEASE CALL 501-470-1000. Any other Code Enforcement questions or issues, please call 501-470-1337 or email

Mayflower Police Employment

Patrol Officer PDF Forms
Employment Application
Release of Information
Conditions of Employment
Code of Ethics

Safe Haven Baby Box (SHBB)

A Safe Haven Baby Box is a device installed into an exterior wall of a fire department, police department, or hospital which allows mothers to safely and anonymously surrender her newborn who is 30 days or younger. The SHBB is a climate controled box that activates when the outside door is opened. When the outside door is shut, the box locks and sends a silent alarm to first responders to notify them that a newborn has been surrendered.

If you would like to donate, please scan the QR code on our promotional flyer or you can mail a check to the following address and include a note that it's for Mayflower, AR:
P.O. Box 185
Woodburn, IN 46797

"Founder, Monica Kelsey, started Safe Haven Baby Boxes, Inc. after learning she was abandoned as an infant and after seeing a "Baby Box" in operation at a church, in Cape Town, South Africa. She has made it her personal mission to educate others on the Safe Haven Law and to do whatever it takes to save the lives of innocent babies from being abandoned.

The Safe Haven Baby Box takes the face-to-face interaction out of the surrender and protects the mother from being seen. The Safe Haven Baby Boxes organization's primary goal is to raise awareness of the Safe Haven Law. Women in crisis can call the national 24-hour hotline and can receive counseling and assistance free of charge. To date, the hotline has received over 8,000 calls from every state in the United States. Safe Haven Baby Boxes has referred over 500 women to crisis pregnancy centers, assisted in 9 adoption referrals, and have had over 132 legal Safe Haven surrenders. Thirty-two babies have been surrendered in our Baby Boxes. Three babies were surrendered directly to firefighters at Safe Haven Baby Box locations." (

Arkansas State Law A.C.A 9-34-202(a) Any medical provider, law enforcement agency, or fire department shall take possession of a child who is thirty (30) days old or younger without a court order if the parent of the child, without expressing an intent to return for the child, leaves the child:
(1) With or voluntarily delivers the child to the medical provider, law enforcement agency, or fire department; or
(2) In a newborn safety device that is:
(A) Voluntarily installed by the medical provider, law enforcement agency, or fire department;
(B) Physically located inside a hospital, law enforcement agency, or fire department that is staffed twenty-four (24) hours a day by a medical services provider; and
(C) Located in an area that is conspicuous and visible to the employees of the hospital, law enforcement agency, or fire department.

Laura's Law & Laura's Card

"Laura's Law" requires Arkansas police officers responding to domestic violence incidents to ask victims a set of questions to evaluate their risk of being killed by abuse, such as whether the offender has ever used a weapon against the victim or controls most of the victim's daily activities. The assessment aims to help identify victims in severe danger needing intervention. Police will also present victims with a "Laura's Card," a document listing their rights and contact information for local prosecutors and shelters. For more information, please click here >>.


"Get accident reports quickly...

There is no need to make a trip to the police station to obtain a copy of your accident or other incident report. Simply search for your report, make your payment, and receive a copy that you can print or save to your files.

Reports are available 24/7, meaning you can get your accident report when it's convenient for you. CRASHDOCS helps your local police department. Online accident report distribution reduces the need for law enforcement to handle administrative tasks associated with locating, copying and distributing accident reports. This frees up public safety officers to provide more relevant services to your community."

Useful Links and Numbers

Arkansas Sex Offender Registry

Outage Map
Report an Outage: 1-800-968-8243 (1-800-9OUTAGE)
Conway Office: 501-730-6610
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Summit Utilities
Gas Leak / Customer Service: 1-800-992-7552

Tornado Shelter Locations & Info
  • City Hall – 5 Ashmore Drive (Rear of Building)
  • Mayflower Elementary School – 4 Grove Street
  • Mayflower Middle School – 18 Eagle Circle
  • Conway – 813 Parkway Avenue; 501-329-3571
  • Little Rock – 401 South Monroe; 501-748-1000
  • American Red Cross Arkansas -
  • CDC – Chemical Agents: Facts About Sheltering in Place

  • Disaster Assistance
    FEMA – 800-621-3362
    SBA – 800-659-2955

    Health & Medical
    Mayflower Medical Clinic - 606 Hwy 365; 501-470-7413
    ARCARE: 8 N. Railroad Ave.; 501-470-9780

    Union Pacific
    Safety Hotline - 888-848-8715
    Additional Information -