Alarm Permit Registration Information

We want to remind people that they are required by Municipal Code to register their alarm system with the City. Officers may issue citations of you don’t have an alarm permit or did not renew your alarm permit.

From the City of Spring Hill’s Website (

Alarm Permits are required of all residents and businesses within the City of Spring Hill that maintain an alarm system. We require an annually updated alarm renewal to keep our records current.

“Alarm system” means any assembly of equipment, mechanical or electrical, arranged to signal the police department and/or fire department that an emergency exists and the department is needed. “Alarm system” shall also mean any alarm device which automatically emits audible, visual, or other response upon the occurrence of any hazard or emergency and is intended to alert persons outside the building to the existence of said hazard or emergency.

Permit Fees and Application Requirements

  • New Alarm Permit – $20
  • Renewed Permit – $10

An Alarm System Registration Form must be completed and submitted to the Spring Hill City Hall, along with payment for the permit fee.  Alarm registration forms and payments may be submitted in person to the Finance Office located inside the Spring Hill City Hall building at 199 Town Center Pkwy., Spring Hill, TN 37174.  They may also be mailed to:

City of Spring Hill
P.O. Box 789
Spring Hill, TN 37174
Attn:  Alarm Registration

The alarm system user will be issued an alarm permit sticker that must be placed in a suitable and readily recognizable location for emergency responders (place the alarm permit sticker on the front door of the residence or the primary entry door of a business).

Alarm Permits are valid from the time of purchase until December 31 of the same year.

Please review the Spring Hill Municipal Code regarding Alarm System / Permit Requirements for more information.

Drug Take-Back Event at Tri-Star ER, Sat. Oct. 24th 10AM to 2 PM

From our partners at Tri-Star Spring Hill ER:

As the #COVID19 global pandemic continues, so does the nation’s opioid epidemic. The American Medical Association (AMA) has issued a brief showing 40 U.S. states reported increases in opioid-related mortality. This comes in addition to ongoing concerns for those with a mental illness or substance use disorder.

To help crush the crisis, TriStar Spring Hill ER is partnering with Spring Hill Police Department to support Drug Enforcement Administration – DEA ’s national take back day by collecting unused and expired prescription medication.

Clean out your medicine cabinets and come by our tent at TriStar Spring Hill ER between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020. Learn more:

Alleged Shoplifting at Walmart on September 24th

The above subjects and subjects’ vehicle are wanted for questioning for allegedly shoplifting $133 worth of merchandise from Walmart in Spring Hill on September 24th. There does not appear to be a license plate on the vehicle. The female subject appears to be wearing an East Hickman High School t-shirt. If you can identify these subjects please submit an anonymous tip here.


SHPD Hosts Police Motorcycle Skills and Training Event

Photo credit: Lori Lozinski

Last week the Spring Hill Police Department hosted a motorcycle skills and training event that was attended by motor officers from the states of South Carolina, Texas, Nebraska, Alabama and all over Tennessee. Our two motor officers were also in attendance. The slideshow above includes some photos from Day 2 of the event. This event is typically hosted every October at the Music City Auto Auction.

Vehicle Stolen at RaceTrac Gas Station Recovered in Bedford County

On October 10th at 3:40 PM SHPD officers responded to the Tennessee Children’s Home to assist in looking for two juveniles that fled on foot. Officers saturated the area but were unable to locate the two missing juveniles.

At 8:30 PM on the same date officers responded to 1060 Crossings Blvd. (RaceTrac) to a report of a stolen vehicle. The owner stated that while parked at the gas station, her vehicle was stolen. The vehicle was entered into a national database as a stolen vehicle.

On October 11th, the SHPD was notified that the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) had located the stolen vehicle unoccupied in Bedford County.

Based on video surveillance footage from RaceTrac two persons matching the clothing/physical descriptions of the run-away juveniles entered the vehicle at RaceTrac and left in that vehicle. The investigation is still on-going at this time. The juveniles from the Children’s Home had not been located.

Shooting Investigation in the 3800 Block of Old Port Royal Rd. (area between McDonald’s and Waffle House)

On October 8th at approximately 2 AM SHPD Officers were notified that there had possibly been a shooting in the 3800 block of Old Port Royal Rd. Officers responded to the area between McDonald’s and Waffle House. Officers located several spent shell casings in the parking lot. Subsequent investigation revealed that there were three vehicles involved and some of the occupants were shooting at each other. At this time it is unknown if anyone was shot. No vehicles or persons were on scene when the responding officers arrived. Possible descriptions of the vehicles are: white Chevy 2dr pickup with chrome rims, white Dodge Challenger with a black hood, and a white Chevy Suburban.

More details will be released when they become available. If you have information regarding this incident you can submit an anonymous tip here. You may also submit an anonymous tip to Maury County Crime Stoppers at

Wanted | Brian “Dawson” Smith | Rape of a Child, Sexual Exploitation of a Minor

Brian “Dawson” Smith (may also wear glasses)

Brian “Dawson” Smith is wanted on multiple counts of rape of a child, especially aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor, sexual exploitation of a minor, and aggravated unlawful photography. Smith is 6’0″ and weighs approximately 170 pounds, he has blue eyes and strawberry blond hair. Smith also wears glasses. If you know where Smith is, please submit an anonymous tip here or call your local law enforcement agency if you see him.