A.L.I.C.E. Training



Hosted by: Maumelle Police Department


ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) is a set of proactive, options-based strategies, that increase your chances of survival during a violent intruder or Active Shooter event. For 14 years, the ALICE Training Institute has provided violent intruder response training to individuals and organizations across the nation.

This 2-Day Instructor training course is designed to teach law enforcement as well as school, church, hospital and workplace administrators and employees skills and strategies that bridge the gap between the time a violent event begins and law enforcement arrives.

Click here to download the informational flyer.

WHEN: 7/17/2018 - 7/18/2018 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

WHERE: Maumelle High School 100 Victory Lane, Maumelle, AR 72113

REGISTER AT: www.AliceTraining.com (click to register)

PRICE: $595

PHONE: 330-661-0106

Background: You will become knowledgeable in statistics and information about active shooter situations and why ALICE training is effective. ALICE Concepts: We will deliver a detailed overview of ALICE training and the liability of proactive vs. passive response strategies. Physical Drills: You will experience live scenario drills that compare passive vs. active responses. Effective Training: You will learn the strategies and be provided with materials to become an effective ALICE Instructor in your own organization.


The ALICE Training Institute

phone: 330-661-0106 | email: info@AliceTraining.com | www.AliceTraining.com

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Spring Has Sprung ... Well Almost!

Welcome Spring – Message from the Chief


As winter comes to a close and we welcome spring, we at the Maumelle Police Department remember that spring is a great time in our community – a new baseball season begins, spring break is approaching, and graduation draws near for our students. We celebrate these good times in our community.


If our officers can help with traffic control or security monitoring at special events, please call us well in advance of a scheduled event. If at all possible, we will help provide coverage for your special events.


We also want to remind you that with the warmer weather, children may be playing near our streets and roads. Please take extra caution and slow down when driving through residential neighborhoods and remember, children learn by watching us. If you're traveling with a child, please model good driving habits, including:


Wear your seat belts. Obey speed limits. Teach them why it's important to slow near schools and neighborhoods. Don't text while driving. Make sure children are in the correct car seat.


For many more driving safety tips, please visit the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration at: www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety.


Thank you for keeping our roads and our citizens safe, and we look forward to the great times that spring will bring!



SAM, Chief of Police

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Veterans Day Message


Veterans Day – Message from the Chief


We at the Maumelle Police Department are humbled by the bravery and courage of the veterans in our community and in our country. Every year when we celebrate Veterans Day on November 11th, we are reminded to thank our family, friends, community members, and especially our very own officers and staff, who have served or are serving in all branches of the military. Our veterans and their families have made many sacrifices to keep our country safe.


We strongly encourage everyone to think of our veterans and thank them when you see them. We support and honor our veterans, not just on Veterans Day, but every day of the year.



Chief of Police

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Halloween is approaching quickly and we expect large groups of children out and about that evening. Our primary concern on Halloween, and any other time, is the safety of children. With that in mind, we would like to offer the following safety tips. It is a good idea to review these with your children before they begin their “trick-or-treat” adventure.

Fake knives, swords, guns, and other costume accessories can potentially cause injury. Make sure they aren’t too long for the costume and review with your child that they are part of the costume and not a weapon. Make sure they are made out of cardboard or other flexible materials. Only purchase costumes and accessories that are marked flame-resistant. Keep costumes short to prevent trips and falls.  Try using makeup instead of a mask. Masks can obstruct a child’s vision, which can be dangerous for when kids are crossing streets and going up and down steps. Costumes with light colors and/or reflective tape are best. Someone in the group should carry a flashlight. Consider putting reflective tape on their bags too.  Children should always trick-or-treat in groups, rather than alone, preferably with adult supervision and carry a cell phone for quick communication. Parents should select the safest route for children to take. Children should stay on sidewalks (where available) or on the shoulder of the roadway facing traffic. Children should avoid walking in the roadway, in alleys or poorly lit areas, and be cautious not to dart from behind shrubs or parked vehicles. Drivers should slow down and use extreme caution, especially in neighborhoods where children are sure to be located. Children should be instructed to stop only at familiar homes and where the outside lights are on. They should also be advised to NEVER go into a home or car to collect treats. They should not stop at houses that are dark or do not have the porch lights turned on. As an alternative of going door to door, parents should consider taking their children to community sponsored events such as those hosted by community centers, churches, schools, etc. Children should not eat any treats until they get home and the parent or adults can examine them.  Children (and adults) should only consume unopened candies and treats in original wrappers. Treats with open packaging or torn wrappers should be discarded. Don’t forget to inspect fruit and homemade treats for anything that looks suspicious.



For more Halloween safety tips, please visit https://www.safekids.org/tip/halloween-safety-tips.

Halloween can be a safe and enjoyable evening with a little preparation, communication and diligence. Of course, our officers will be on patrol and available to you and your children should you need us.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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Maumelle Police Department hosts Annual Awards Banquet

Maumelle Police Department hosts Annual Awards Banquet.

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Maumelle Police Department Launches New Website

The Maumelle Police Department launched a new website where residents can find the latest information regarding the community and events.

Visit www.MaumellePD.org to see the new website!

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Introducing Smart 911

Arkansas is the first and only state so far that has paid for and made this service available to every citizen. Smart911 is a tool everyone can use.