Camera Surveillance Registration Program
The NLRPD is always looking for better ways to serve our community. One way to do that is to work cooperatively with our citizens and businesses. When investigating crimes, it helps us tremendously to have any video footage of the suspects. The NLRPD is implementing a camera surveillance registration program that will allow The NLRPD to keep a record of all homes and businesses that register their camera systems with us. This will allow our Officers and Detectives to make contact with the owners in a timely manner to hopefully solve crimes quicker. Please register your camera system via https://nlrpolice.org/camera-surveillance-registration-program/
Your Information will be kept confidential!
NLRPD is Now Recruiting!!
Applications are now being accepted for the next testing cycle. We encourage all qualified applicants to apply online via www.governmentjobs.com/careers/nlr/jobs
Written Tests will be administered from October 5 – October 10, 2020 at the Hays Center in NLR, AR. The Physical Abilities Test will be conducted on October 10, 2020.
The anticipated hire date for the October Testing Group will be in December 2020 for a January 2021 Academy Start Date.
All Police Applicants in the hiring process are highly encouraged to complete at least one ride along. Visit the recruiting tab to download the ride along packet. Contact the recruiter for more information.
If you have any questions email the recruiter at email@example.com
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The North Little Rock Justice Center
Expected to Open Spring/Summer 2021
Thanks to the Citizens of North Little Rock for passing a one cent sales tax in 2018 for the building of the new Justice Center, we are starting to see progress each day. The Justice Center will be an 82,000 sq. ft. state of the art facility located at #1 Justice Center Drive (currently 2600 Poplar Street) in North Little Rock, Arkansas. The facility will allow all of the existing police buildings to be housed under one roof (sub-stations will still exist). The facility will also be home to the North Little Rock District Courts, the North Little Rock Information Technology Department and a 5,000 sq. ft. public meeting room.