Information on How to Request Records due to COVID-19

In order to reduce in-person records requests due to COVID-19 we are suspending in-person requests at our location on Town Center Pkwy where our Records Unit is housed.   You may STILL REQUEST police reports by phone (931-486-2252 x234) or email (mderryberry@springhilltn.org).  Our Records Unit can send reports via fax, email, or USPS.  We will notify you when in-person requests will be available.

2020 Citizens’ Police Academy Information. Applications due by April 2nd.

CPA

The Citizens’ Police Academy is designed to give residents a better understanding and increased knowledge of Spring Hill Police Department. It is the mission of this department to improve communications between the citizens and the police.

The 12-week program will run from June 4, 2020 through August 20, from 6:30 pm to 10 pm and will consist of classroom and hands-on instruction. Topics covered will include:

  • Recruitment and Training
  • Firearms
  • Criminal Investigations
  • Traffic Stops
  • Patrol Operations

In addition, participants will be given the opportunity to ride along with officers and become familiar with a variety of police equipment.

The Citizens’ Police Academy is open to all individuals 21 years of age or older who reside or work within the municipal city limits of Spring Hill. Persons may apply outside of the municipal city limits; however, precedence will be given to those within the municipal city limits.

Apply ;   CPA Application

THURSDAY NIGHTS BEGINNING:

 June 4, 2020 through
August 20, 2020

6:30 pm to 9:30-10 pm.

Questions regarding the Citizens’ Police Academy can be directed to Officer Cory England at cengland@springhilltn.org or (931) 486-2252, ext. 250.

COVID-19 Cyber Scams

We have not had any reported Coronavirus (COVID-19) cyber scams but we wanted to make people aware that scammers will use every event to take your money.

Please remain vigilant and take the following precautions as recommended by the US Cybersecurity and Infrastrucutre Agency (CISA):

  • Avoid clicking on links in unsolicited emails and be wary of email attachments. See Using Caution with Email Attachments and Avoiding Social Engineering and Phishing Scams for more information.
  • Use trusted sources—such as legitimate, government websites—for up-to-date, fact-based information about COVID-19.
  • Do not reveal personal or financial information in email, and do not respond to email solicitations for this information.
  • Verify a charity’s authenticity before making donations. Review the Federal Trade Commission’s page on Charity Scams for more information.

As always, if they ask for a GIFT CARD it’s a SCAM.

 

Narcotics Investigation in the Wakefield Subdivision

On February 22nd at approximately 4:22 PM our dispatch center received a call about several subjects leaving a house in the Wakefield subdivision.  One of the subjects was in possession of a shotgun. A woman ran from the house screaming at the subjects. The subjects left in a vehicle and were stopped by SHPD officers on Main St. A preliminary investigation revealed that at least some of the subjects in the vehicle were at the house to buy illegal drugs. An altercation occurred during the transaction which resulted in one of the subjects taking the seller’s drugs and shotgun. Two of the subjects in the vehicle are facing charges. More charges are possible as the investigation is on going.

Shoplifting from The Home Depot

 

The persons pictured are suspected of numerous thefts from several Home Depot stores (beginning in November of 2019) in middle Tennessee, including the one in Spring Hill.  The subjects are wanted for questioning concerning theft of DeWalt power tools at the Spring Hill store.   On January 22nd, two subjects entered the Spring Hill Home Depot store, loaded up a shopping cart of power tools and pushed them out without paying.   If you can identify these persons, please email Det. Josh Weber at jweber@springhilltn.org or submit an anonymous tip here.

Stolen Vehicle from Bostelman Automotive

person(s) of interest
Persons of Interest
truck picture
Persons of Interest’s Vehicle (vehicle the subjects arrived to dealership in) 

On January 9th, a 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe was stolen from the lot of Bostelman Automotive.  The subjects in the above image are persons of interest in the investigation.  If you can identify them, please contact Det. Betts at 931-486-2252 x223 or submit an anonymous tip here.

Scam Alert

We received information that someone is calling people and claiming to be with a cable company provider asking people if they will be home on a certain date.  The person is claiming that there will be an internet outage.  This is a scam.  Do not give this person any person information or let them remote into your computer.  Do not let them know you will not be at home.

On a side note, we are still getting reports of people buying gift cards for scammers.  If a person that you don’t know asks for a gift card, it’s a scam.  There are many variations of this scam but the end result is you giving them the gift card and PIN.

Thank You to Everyone Who Helped with the 2019 SHPD Giving Tree Event

We want to thank everyone who took part in the 2019 SHPD Giving Tree event Thursday night.

A special thank you to our event partner, Spring Hill FRESH.

Also thank you to our Sponsors for their support and generousity… Southern Electric and John Maher Builders.

In addition, thank you to SR Residential Partners, LLC., the Tennessee Children’s Home, Phil and Diane Bennett and everyone from Spring Hill Church of Christ, Santa Ward Jones, Christ Chapel Church, Tito’s,  Domino’s Pizza, Home Depot, SHPD Citizen’s Police Academy, all the volunteer ‘wrappers’, Danny Owens for literally saving Christmas, and last but not least, our SHPD officers, Dawn McDaniel, Hazel Nieves and the lovely Rachael Nieves. This event wouldn’t have happened without these awesome people!!

A special THANK YOU to all the generous people in our community who bought gifts to make Christmas brighter for all our gift recipients!

2019 Christmas Parade Road Closure Information

2019 Christmas Parade Public Map

The 2019 Spring Hill Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Spring Hill Parks and Recreation Department and the Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill/Thompson’s Station, will be held Saturday, Dec. 14, along Main Street.

The parade will start at 5 p.m. The SHPD will have officers posted along the route. The parade will begin and end in front of the Tennessee Children’s Home. We will be closing roads (pictured in green) beginning at 4:30 p.m. These roads include Main St. from Kedron Rd. to Duplex Rd., and Beechcroft Rd. from Main St. to Evans Park area.  Please arrive at the area you wish to park no later than 4:30 p.m.

Larger Picture of Map:  Picture of parade map.