Motorcycle Patrol

The Fayetteville Police Department established the Motorcycle Unit in November of 1998, with two 1999 Harley Davidson Road Kings and five certified motor officers.


The primary duties of the motorcycle patrol include traffic enforcement, accident investigation, and escorts. Currently, the police department has four motorcycles on staggered 10-hour shifts, five days a week. The motorcycles are outfitted with digital mobile video recorders and moving radar. The primary goal of this unit is to reduce fatalities, personal injury and property damage due to traffic collisions, through proactive enforcement of moving violations.

Function Support

The motorcycle officers are certified accident investigators, with numerous hours of advanced accident investigation training. In addition to their patrol functions, the motorcycle officers are used as escorts in dignitary motorcades, parades, and funerals. Motorcycle officers are also utilized during large special events such as Bikes, Blues and BBQ and Razorback football games.

For more information or should you have questions regarding the Fayetteville Police Department’s Motorcycle Patrol, please call 479-587-8350.

Cpl. P. Koscheski

Paul Koscheski

Cpl. B. Campbell

Blake Campbell