1. HSPD closes lobby and enacts other precautions to mitigate COVID-19

    In the interest of public safety and the health of our employees, the Hot Springs Police Department has enacted the temporary measures to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. Read on...
  2. Official HSPD UPDATE: Schedule amended for Monday’s services following Governor’s press conference

    Following the Governor’s press conference regarding coronavirus updates, changes have been made to the memorial services for Officer First Class Brent Scrimshire on Monday, March 16 Read on...
  3. Official HSPD Release: Kenmore Street Shooting

    At approximately 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10, 2020, Officer Brent Scrimshire conducted a traffic stop in the 100 block of Kenwood Street in Hot Springs. During the stop, shots were fired and Officer Scrimshire was struck, along with the suspect. Read on...
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