• In 2025, the City of Conway has a capital budget for public safety. The fire and police departments have a well maintained fleet of vehicles and equipment that address the demands of a city of our size.
    The 2012 bond issue enabled the Conway Fire Department to purchase five engines and two aerial/ladder trucks. By 2015, the oldest front line fire apparatus will be 8 years old with a 15-year life expectancy. The City of Conway dedicated $500K annually for police vehicles. By the end of the year, the Conway Police Department will have 32 CNG patrol vehicles.
  • In 2025, our police and fire departments are fully staffed and meet or exceed our existing levels of service.
  • In 2025, our public safety professionals are demographically representative of Conway’s population.
    The Conway Fire Department recently outlined a plan for recruitment to better represent the demographics of the city. The police department has gone from one minority officer in 2007 to 7 minority officers in 2014.
  • In 2025, our police and fire departments are recognized for meeting and exceeding national standards.
    Conway Police Department completed its third reaccreditation in 2013. The department was accredited under the gold standard assessment and was the first in Arkansas to do so.
  • In 2025, Conway has seen a steady decrease in the property crimes for the last 15 years.
  • In 2025, public safety professionals have access to timely information about commercial structures, their contents and operations.
    In 2014, the Conway Fire Department purchased and installed Mobile Data Terminals in all front line apparatuses. These on-board computes included occupant information in relation to commercial structures, content and their operational use.
  • In 2025, the Conway Fire Department has a thriving fire prevention program.
  • In 2025, the Conway Police Department uses up to date technology to track, respond to and prevent crimes.
  • In 2025, Conway citizens and public safety professionals have above average satisfaction with their ambulance service.

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