In an attempt to improve communication with the community, Springdale Police have Launched their first official Facebook page.
After "liking" the page, members of the community can go there to find important safety information, pictures of wanted and missing persons, or just general information about the department.
Rogers Police say they hope to use this technology to keep the public informed, improve transparency and possibly even gather information that could help solve crimes.
To "Like" the Springdale Police on Facebook, click here.
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