"Transforming Lives Through Quality Learning Experiences"

ASU-Beebe

University Police

Mission Statement

Portrait of J.J. Martin, Public Safety Commander

The mission of the University Police Department is to protect and serve the campus populace by enforcing University rules and regulations, federal and state laws, and to foster an atmosphere that is conducive to education and personal safety.

The University Police Department partners with the entire community to ensure that we maintain one of the safest universities in the nation. This would not be possible without a partnership with all members of the University community. We are proud of the values and commitment of the students, staff and faculty that ensures the safety and security of the University populace.

     Crime prevention is the responsibility of everyone in the University community.  It is important that all students and employees have a proactive approach to safety and security. This can be achieved by locking the doors of residence hall rooms, vehicles, and classrooms.  Do not prop doors open even for a short time.  Walk at night in well lighted areas, with friends if possible, and contact the police department to report any suspicious activity.  Together we can work to maintain one of the safest and most secure campuses in the nation, and make your stay on campus an enjoyable one.

     Once again, welcome to Arkansas State University-Beebe, and I hope you will find the tour of our web site to be informative and worth your while.

J.J. Martin H. E. Police Commander
PO Box 1000
Beebe, AR 7212
Telephone: 501.882.8851
Fax: 501.882.4416

Related Links

Crisis Resources

Police Departments:

For emergencies always dial 911

  • Searcy: (non-emergency) (501) 268-3531
  • Beebe: (501) 882-3365

Alcohol Abuse and Crisis Intervention:

  • 1-800-243-0246

Kid Peace(National Center for Kids Overcoming Crisis):

National Domestic Violence Hotline:

  • 1800-799-7233

National Suicide Hotline:

  • 1-800-784-2433

RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network):

  • 1-800-656-HOPE

Support for Families with Teen Challenges:

  • 1-800-840-5704

Housing:

  • www.habitat.org
    • Search for your local Habitat affiliate office near you. They will give you information on how to apply for ownership of a Habitat for Humanity house.
  • www.housingcenter.com
    • Search by state for the public housing/section 8 offices in your area.

Arkansas Department of Human Services:

Office of Child Support Enforcement:

  • (501) 268-6164

Poison Hotline:

  • 1-800-222-1222

Education:

FAFSA- Free application for Federal Student Aid

Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund

Arkansas State University - Beebe