If you or someone you know has been an innocent victim of violent crime in Tennessee, the Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund may be a financial resource for you. The Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund was established as a fund of last resort to financially assist innocent victims of violent crime in Tennessee that results in personal injury. In the case of death, dependent relatives may be eligible for compensation. The program has paid out $301.2 million in claims to victims and their families since 1982.
Victims and claimants who meet eligibility requirements may be reimbursed for medical expenses, loss of wages, funeral expenses and other unforeseen costs related to the crime. This brochure contains general information and is not intended to be used as a sole source. Please visit this website for more information on the Criminal Injuries Compensation Program.
On Sept. 7, the pictured subject was able to leave Target with several pre-paid Visa cards and a pair of Beats headphones. During the transaction, the subject deceived the cashier and Target suffered a loss of $1,200. If you recognize this person, please contact Det. Baker at 931-486-2252, ext. 225, or submit an anonymous tip at https://bit.ly/2p7C6W9
On Sept. 14, the pictured subjects entered Wal-Mart in Spring Hill together. The subject wearing the gray shirt attempted to exit the store with merchandise that was allegedly not paid for. A loss prevention employee approached the subject and the subject put his hand on the employee’s chest to get the employee out of the subject’s way. The subject then left the store.
The subject in the black shirt exited the store in the garden section, allegedly without paying for the merchandise in the subject’s shopping cart. If you can recognize either person, please contact Det. Baker at 931-486-2252, ext. 225, or submit an anonymous tip at: https://bit.ly/2p7C6W9
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police/community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live.
National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.
On Oct. 2, the SHPD and partner agencies will be at Port Royal Park, 4285 Port Royal Road, from 5 to 8 p.m. We will have activities for children, and police and fire vehicles on display. Please come out and meet your local and state law enforcement agencies.
The Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station and AGAPE Tactical are joining forces to present:
PERSONAL PROTECTION for TEENAGERS
This 5-hour class consists of a 1.5-hour class presentation with a question and answer
period. It includes topics such as situational awareness, the dangers of social media, the
predator mindset, and non-lethal forms of selfprotection. The remaining time will be spent practicing lifesaving skills and techniques which are easy to learn and require no additional equipment.
Physical training includes learning various strikes and kicks, vocal commands, grab releases, and basic ground fighting. Dynamic training gives students the opportunity to ”fight for their life” against a predator in a padded suit. Students should dress in comfortable, athletic clothes that allow for freedom of movement.
**A parent or legal guardian MUST sign a liability waiver for their teenager prior to
participation in the class.**
SPONSORED BY: The Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station (FREE to students!!)
DATE/TIME: Sunday, 09/30/18
1:00 – 6:00pm
WHERE: Tennessee Children’s Home
804 Branham Hughes Circle
Spring Hill, TN 37174
FOR: Middle School Boys and Girls
LIMITED: First 26 Registrants
TO REGISTER, GO TO: https://agapetactical.com/class/psd-teenagers-1/
On Aug. 28, the subject pictured allegedly took several items from Target in Spring Hill without paying for them. The subject left in a black Kia Forte with tinted windows. If you can identify this person, please contact Det. Baker at 931-486-2252, ext. 225, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Aug. 28, a victim reported to SHPD that someone on that day entered her vehicle while it was parked at King’s Creek Golf Course in Spring Hill. The victim’s purse was stolen, and the victim’s debit card was used at multiple locations, including the Kroger in Thompson’s Station. The subject pictured used the victim’s card at that Kroger. If you can identify this subject, please contact Det. Burdett at 931-486-2252, ext. 261, or email@example.com.
The Spring Hill Police Department is investigating $100 bills that have been reported counterfeit and used to purchase items at McAllister’s Deli in Spring Hill. The two subjects pictured are wanted for questioning as part of this investigation. If you can identify these subjects, please contact Det. Andrew Burdett at 931-486-2252, ext. 261, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On August 22, the pictured subject entered Wal-Mart in Spring Hill and left the store without paying for about $350 worth of merchandise. If you can identify this subject, please contact Det. Baker at 931-486-2252, ext. 225, or email@example.com.
August 24th, 2018- Earlier this month, multiple subjects entered Wal-Mart in Spring Hill and conducted “quick-change” scams involving the store’s cashiers. The subjects were buying multiple laptops at the same time, resulting in Wal-Mart’s loss of $3,800. If you recognize any of the subjects, please contact Det. Baker at 931-486-2252, ext. 225.