Proudly Serving the Citizens of North Little Rock Since 1904

NLRPD is Always Recruiting!!

If you believe you have the commitment to serve our community, the desire for an exciting career, are willing to accept the challenge of being a true crime fighter and have the compassion to help those that are the most in need, then it may be time for you to start your law enforcement career.

In return for your commitment to service as a NLRPD Police Officer we offer a long term career with job stability, support and appreciation from the community and department leadership and an excellent salary and benefits package.

We are now accepting applications for the September Testing Cycle. You can apply here:

August Applicants: Your test dates are scheduled for August 5-7, 2021. The Physical Abilities Test will be conducted on August 7, 2021 at 1:30 pm. Applicants that have passed both tests will move forward to the Panel Interviews. Panel Interviews will be held on August 9-11, 2021.

Once you’ve submitted your application please keep a watch on your emails as you will be receiving numerous emails from NLR HR and from the NLRPD Recruiting Officer.

For More Information – Please Contact Recruiting Officer Joe Green at

Potential Applicants: If you are not aware of what each stage of the hiring process consists of read this page:

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The North Little Rock Justice Center

Expected to Open Summer/Fall 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.