530 Sunrise Drive
Bethel Heights, Arkansas

Population: 2,372
Senate District: 3 & 7
House District: 89 & 90
Congressional District: 3
Classification: Second Class City
City Fire Rating: 3
The streets of Bethel Heights will be swept the second week of each month beginning January 2018. Please remember by city ordinance there is no parking on the streets....
Effective October 4, 2016 the City of Bethel Heights sanitation services will be provided by Inland Waste Solutions. The new trash service day will be on Tuesday’s effective October 4th....
In 1856 a man by the name of Nelson Hewitt became the first settler of what would become Bethel Heights. In 1881 the Frisco Railroad ran a rail line that connected Bethel Heights, Lowell and Springdale....

Police Department

Vision Statement

The Bethel Heights Police Department will continue to grow, adapt and evolve as we provide the highest level of service and protection to our residents and the visitors of our community. With this vision in mind, we will achieve and surpass them by providing our officers and employees with the knowledge, tools and opportunities to meet and exceed all present and future needs of the City, within the scope of law enforcement services. We will work in cooperation with our community to proactively identify and address areas of needed improvement, and to continually provide the level of service and safety deserved by our City, its residents and visitors.

Mission Statement

The Bethel Heights Police Department will provide professional and impartial Law Enforcement services to the citizens and visitors to our community. The Department is dedicated to the prevention of crime; the protection of life and property; the maintenance of law and order; the enforcement of laws and ordinances; and upholding the constitutional rights of all those within our jurisdiction. Our commitment is driven by maintaining the highest standards of Law Enforcement.

Core Values

  • Being dedicated to quality, timeliness and excellence in our service to the community.
  • Candor, honesty, and ethical behavior by the members of our department.
  • Having pride in our work, in our dedication to public service, and being the best we can be.
  • Both personal and organizational integrity as being essential to the maintenance of the Bethel Heights Police Department.
  • Community-Oriented Policing and Problem Solving (COPPS) that involves a partnership between the police and public in problem solving and crime prevention.
  • Honesty, integrity, and consistent discipline within our organization to maintain our credibility with the community.
  • A partnership with the citizens of Bethel Heights in making the City safe for all to work, live and visit.
  • The opportunity to provide service to our community in a manner which is fair, courteous, responsive and efficient.
  • Innovative, creative and proactive approaches in meeting the demands of our crime prevention and law enforcement responsibilities.
  • The need to engage in strategic and future planning and to keep abreast of the latest in law enforcement technology.
  • The need to treat people with respect and dignity, regardless of their age, race, gender, appearance, individual beliefs or life style.
  • Sensitivity is the key quality that we should bring to our interaction with the public and other agencies in the criminal justice system with whom we interact.


675 Sunrise Drive


Chief Rick Moore
Corporal Chasity Mahan
Patrolman Juan Hernandez
Patrolman Stan Young
Patrolman Dnae' Blow
Patrolman Shelby West
Giselle Gonzalez Police Clerk