Report INcidents

The Mulberry Police Department is committed to protecting and serving the community. We understand that keeping everyone and everything safe is a shared responsibility, and we need the community to be additional eyes and ears. We encourage residents to report any incidents or suspicious activity, no matter how small they may seem. 

You’re not a tattletale, a snitch, or a Karen. You are a concerned citizen.

The more information we have, the better equipped we are to keep our community safe.

Please remember that you can report incidents in various ways, such as calling 911 for emergencies, calling (479) 997-8235 for non-emergencies, visiting a police precinct in person, and submitting anonymous tips.

Let’s work together to make Mulberry a safer place for everyone. When you see something, say something.

Ways to report a crime or incident

 

Call 911 for immediate aid emergencies, such as reporting a fire or a crime in progress or requesting an ambulance for a medical emergency

Call (479) 997-8235 for non-emergencies, such as reporting suspicious activity when no crime is in progress or reporting abandoned vehicles or parking violations

Visit your local police precinct in person to file a report

Use the online police report form to report theft, lost property, or damage

Submit an anonymous tip by calling (479) 997-8235

Ways to report a crime or incident

 

  • Call 911 for immediate aid emergencies, such as reporting a fire or a crime in progress or requesting an ambulance for a medical emergency.
  • Call (479) 997-8235 for non-emergencies, such as reporting suspicious activity when no crime is in progress or reporting abandoned vehicles or parking violations.
  • Visit your local police precinct in person to file a report.
  • Submit an anonymous tip by calling (479) 997-8235.