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Welcome to the Mountain Home Police Department online. We hope you find the department's website both informative and helpful.

The police department is responsible for providing police services to the residents of our city and the many visitors enjoying tourism and trade in Mountain Home, Arkansas. If we can assist you, contact us. Service is our only product and we strive to make it the best.

It is our goal to inform the community about your police department's philosophy, programs, and operations. With this knowledge, the police and the community can work together in making our community a better place to live. We are confronted with community growth that requires a strong community policing effort to meet the present and future demands for police services. Working together, we can meet this challenge.

If you have a recommendation for improving this website or other comments, please let me know.


Email your comments to cmanuel@mtnhomepolice.com 

Carry Manuel, Chief of Police

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Mountain Home Police Dept.
424 W. 7th Street
Mountain Home, AR
72653
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Mountain Home, AR 72653

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SECURE IT - LOCK IT - PROTECT IT - REPORT IT
Published: February 13, 2012

SECURE IT – LOCK IT – PROTECT IT – REPORT IT 

The intent of the following information is to increase public awareness about the increased number of vehicle break-ins. This increased activity is not unique to our area, but is being experienced all across our country.

A vehicle break-in, especially involving an unlocked vehicle, is easy and a crime of opportunity. From an unlocked vehicle, we are only moments away from losing hard earned valuables. If we take the time to follow some of the following simple steps, we will make the target a more difficult one to enter and help ourselves and others from becoming a victim of crime.

SECURE IT

Secure valuables in your vehicle out of sight. Store valuables in a locked trunk or use a retractable fitted cover to hide belongings from view. Do the same for other items that display the evidence of more valuable merchandise onboard such as power cords, MP3 adapters, navigational system windshield suction-cup mounts, and other accessories.

LOCK IT

Close windows and sunroofs. Remove the keys and lock the vehicle doors.

PROTECT IT

Activate the vehicle’s alarm system. If you notice suspicious activity, park at another location. Park your vehicle in well-lit areas. Avoid concealment of your parked vehicle by foliage, larger vehicles, and fences.

REPORT IT

If you see suspicious activity, report it to police. You may be helping another person from becoming the victim of a vehicle break-in or other crime.

 

Chief Carry Manuel

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