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 Citizens’ Police Academy will begin June 9th, 2022 and end August 18th, 2022. This program will consist of both hands-on and classroom portions.
Topics covered during the academy will include many aspects of Law Enforcement to include:
Use of Force
Traffic Enforcement/Accident Investigations/DUI
The Citizens’ Police Academy is open to all individuals 21 years of age or older and 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.
Parade Line will start on Toone Prados by the Elementary School. Floats will start on Main St from Toone Prados and head north on Main St. You will then turn left onto Beechcroft Rd. and end at Evans Park. Beechcroft Rd. The parade route will be closed for traffic at approximately 4:30 PM.
Spring Hill, TN – In partnership with Elite Physical Therapy and Spring Hill Tri- Star ER, we will be hosting a drug take-back event on Saturday October 23rd from 10AM to 2PM. The locations are: (Elite) 3098 Campbell Station Parkway, Suite 101 and (Tri-Star) 3001 Reserve Blvd.
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If you can’t make the event, we have a drop box located at the police department (lower level of City Hall). The address is 199 Town Center Pkwy. The box is available for 24/7 drop offs. For more information about this even, please contact Officer Herb Rosa at email@example.com.
Alderman Jason Cox is organizing a “Keep Spring Hill Clean” event on Saturday September 25th from 8 AM to 10 AM to pick up trash on Duplex Rd. from Miles Johnson Pkwy. to Chapman’s Retreat Dr., The Crossings shopping center, and Port Royal Rd. from Saturn Pkwy. to Jim Warren Rd. The initial meeting will be at the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (2998 Commonwealth Drive). We ask that motorists be mindful of the volunteers helping to keep our city clean. For more information and updates, please view Alderman Cox’s Facebook page.
Crime Stoppers is made up of a board of civilian volunteers coordinated through the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Division. It serves all the communities in Williamson County including. Franklin, Fairview, Nolensville, College Grove, Triune, Arlington, Thompson Station and Spring Hill.
Crime Stoppers can be extremely beneficial in combating the crime problem. It is an effective resource in which private citizens join together with law enforcement to solve difficult crimes.
Often citizens do not contact the police with information that could help solve a crime out of fear that if they reveal their own identity they would expose themselves or their family to acts of retaliation by the criminal.
Crime Stoppers of Williamson County is locally funded, and depends on donations. This is a great way for citizens to for them to support law enforcement and help reduce crime in your community. The Big Payback officially kicks off at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, May 5 and runs through 6:00 pm on Thursday, May 6. Donations can be made through the this link during that timeframe.
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.