behalf of the Cherokee Village Police Department we welcome you to our
website and hope you enjoy it. The CVPD is dedicated to protecting
and serving the almost 5,000 residents and 15,000 acres that comprise the
City of Cherokee Village located in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains
fulltime force consists of Chief Rickey Crook, Sgt. Monte Lane, and
Officers Michael Himschoot, Tamara Taylor, Chris Spurlock, Jeremy Rose,
Shane Russell, and Phillip Dunlap.
Kay Doncheff, Executive Assistant to the Chief of Police, manages the
Administrative Office. The City of Cherokee Village lies within the
boundaries of both Fulton and Sharp Counties. Fulltime CVPD Officers
are deputized in both counties. The Department has a variety of
fully equipped vehicles and resources with which to fulfill their mission.
addition to the fulltime force, the CVPD has an active volunteer Auxiliary
Patch Policy - Unfortunately, we are
unable to furnish CVPD patches to those who request them due to the high
demand and cost. Please note we are unable to acknowledge requests
for patches received via US Post or Email.
Cherokee Village Police Department Website should not be used to contact
emergency services and is no way designed to serve as an alternative to
911 telephone emergency service. If you have an emergency -
Cherokee Village Police Officers are available and on call 24 hours day.
To reach a CVPD officer for a non-emergency call (870) 257-5225.
For emergencies (anytime day or night) - Call 911.
The Administrative Office of the CVPD is open Monday through Friday
(excluding weekends and holidays) between the hours of 7:00am and 3:00pm.
All information provided on this site, and links to other related
Websites, are provided as a courtesy to site visitors only, and are in no
manner an endorsement, recommendation or approval of any person, any
product or any service contained on any other Website.
Use of the NAME, INITIALS, or LOGO of the Cherokee Village Police
Department is restricted and maybe used only with written permission.