In order to maintain staffing levels, we are limiting exposure to the community, therefore, we will not be conducting hand to hand transactions in our Records Unit (located at 199 Town Center Pkwy).
Please use the phone receiver on the wall if you need to request an officer. If you need a copy of a police/crash report, need to pick up property from the Evidence Custodian please use the following contact information:
Property and Evidence Pick-up:
Melissa Wilson | firstname.lastname@example.org | 931-486-2252 x251
Roger Peters | email@example.com | 931-486-2252 x221
Margaret Derryberry | firstname.lastname@example.org (PREFERRED) | 931-486-2252 x234
Information you will need to provide us:
Case number or name and date of birth of the party involved, along with the date/time of the incident
Your name and phone number
Method by which you want us to send the documents; email (preferred), fax, or mail.
We will advise you about payment upon completing your request.
The above subject allegedly stole items from Target on October 9th. The subject got into the above vehicle. If you can identify this person please contact Det. Jeff Alexander at 931-486-2252 x261 or submit an anonymous tip here.
The subjects pictured above allegedly stole $3300 worth of fragrances from Ulta in Spring Hill on October 8th, 2020. If you can identify these subjects, please contact Det. Jeff Alexander at 931-486-2252 x261 or submit an anonymous tip here.
Spring Hill, TN – As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches and more drivers hit the roads, the Spring Hill Police Department is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) to remind motorists to “Click It or Ticket.” From November 16 – 29, participating agencies across the state will increase seat belt enforcement as part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) nationwide mobilization.
“During the ‘Click It or Ticket’ campaign, we’ll be working with our fellow law enforcement officers across local and state lines to ensure the seat belt safety message gets out to all drivers and passengers,” said Sgt. Tim Kennedy. “By far, buckling up is the simplest thing you can do to limit injury or save your life during a crash. We see the results of not wearing a seat belt all the time. We see the loss of life and devastating injuries that could’ve been prevented with the simple click of a seat belt. That’s why buckling up is more than just a good idea—it’s the law.”
According to NHTSA, in 2018, there were 9,778 unbuckled passenger vehicle occupants killed in crashes in the United States. In that same year, 56 percent of passenger vehicle occupants killed at night (6 p.m.–5:59 a.m.) were not wearing their seat belts. That’s why one focus of the “Click It or Ticket” campaign is nighttime enforcement. Participating law enforcement agencies will be taking a no-excuses approach to seat belt law enforcement, writing citations day and night.
Nov. 2nd – At about 4 PM officers responded to the parking lot of Kohl’s in Spring Hill to an attempted carjacking report. The vehicle owner was inside her vehicle when a male subject, later determined to be a runaway from the Tennessee children’s home, came into her vehicle. The car owner punched the male who then fled on foot.
Through the course of this investigation it was also learned that the male allegedly grabbed a female on her buttocks in the parking lot of Sonic.
The juvenile was arrested and transported to the juvenile detention facility in Columbia.
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 (springhilltn.org):
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.
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: https://bit.ly/3m4HLbk.
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.
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.