Spring Hill, TN – On March 7th, two unidentified females allegedly stole over $5200 worth of merchandise from the ULTA store. One of the females is pictured above. A third person (unidentified male) distracted employees while the two females left the store. If you have information regarding this investigation, please contact Det. Gillam at email@example.com or submit an anonymous tip here.
Spring Hill, TN- On March 4th, the person pictured above purchased items at the U-Scan at Dollar General but allegedly failed to scan all the items. If you can identify this person please contact Det. Gillam at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit an anonymous tip here.
Spring Hill, TN – On February 23rd, the person pictured above used a counterfeit $100 bill to purchase fuel at the Quick Mart on Main St. The subject left in a pick-up truck. If you can identify this person, please contact Det. Gillam at email@example.com or submit an anonymous tip.
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:
- Criminal Investigations
- Department Organization
- Patrol Operations
- Use of Force
- Community Programs
- 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.
To apply, please fill out the application here.
Questions regarding the Citizens’ Police Academy can be directed to Officer Herb Rosa at firstname.lastname@example.org or (931) 486-2252, ext. 221.
Application Deadline: April 29th, 2022
Spring Hill, TN – On February 9th SHPD officers responded to Morning Pointe assisted living center on McCutcheon Creek Ln. to a reported vehicle burglary. The victim’s car window had been smashed and the victim’s wallet was stolen. While on scene, another vehicle was discovered to have been broken into. The victim’s debit card/ID was used a First Horizon banks in Mt. Juliet and Nashville to withdraw a total of $3800 in cash from the account. The two pictured above were in a 2021 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid van when the withdrawal was made. If you have information regarding this case please contact Det. Gillam at email@example.com or submit an anonymous tip here.
Spring Hill, TN – The Tennessee Law Enforcement Accreditation (TLEA) Program is pleased to announce that it has granted the award of meritorious accreditation to the Spring Hill Police Department. This is the third accreditation award for the department. They were awarded this achievement during the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police (TACP) meeting held in Franklin, TN on February 2, 2022.
To achieve accreditation with TLEA, an agency voluntarily submits to a three year process of enhancing the agency’s professionalism and effectiveness utilizing 164 law enforcement standards and participating in a thorough on-site assessment. The standards evaluate an agency’s policies which address a variety of areas including organizational, operational and budget management practices. The program is intended to encourage cooperation, recognize professional standing, develop professional services and ensure public safety throughout the State of Tennessee. The TLEA program is a valuable and cost effective way to enhance overall agency effectiveness and professionalism.
The Spring Hill Police Department successfully accomplished TLEA accreditation by meeting criteria that measured the professionalism, organizational, and overall readiness in law enforcement policy and procedures. “The standard of excellence that is met through this process is to be admired. We are proud to recognize the hard work of the Spring Hill Police Department, its staff and community leaders,” stated TACP President Mark Yother
The TLEA program was created under the direction and authority of the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police, which supports and endorses the continued improvement of law enforcement and emergency communications operations. This program provides a framework for Tennessee law enforcement agencies to have equal access to effective and comprehensive polices that enhance the professionalism of law enforcement and the safety of our communities.
The TLEA Accreditation status represents a significant professional achievement and acknowledges the successful implementation of written directives, policies, and procedures that conceptually sound and operationally effective. It takes commitment, dedication, and hard work from the agency head, agency personnel and community leaders to meet the standards prescribed by the program.
Spring Hill, TN – The SHPD is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the person pictured above. This individual went into the Spring Hill Lowe’s on January 12th and allegedly shoplifted over $1000 worth of merchandise. This person is suspected of a similar theft at a Lowe’s in Clarksville, TN. If you have information relating to this investigation, please submit an anonymous tip here.
Spring Hill, TN – The SHPD is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the persons of interest in the video. On January 6th, these subjects were at the restroom at Harvey Park and one kicked the door several times in an apparent attempt to enter a locked restroom. This location has experienced vandalism’s in the past. If you can identify these subjects, please contact Det. Gillam at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 2nd – Darrell Wilson was arrested today in Jackson, TN by the US Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force without incident.
Spring Hill, TN – The SHPD is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Darrell Dwayne Wilson, 39 of Columbia (today is his birthday). Wilson has active arrest warrants (not the birthday present he wanted) for Aggravated Robbery, Aggravated Assault, and Felon in Possession of a Firearm stemming from the robbery at the Quick Mart yesterday. Wilson is 6’2” and weighs 260 pounds. If you see Wilson, please dial 911 as he may be armed with a firearm. You may also submit an anonymous tip here. An automated license plate reader (ALPR) in the area was the main reason why a suspect was quickly identified.
All persons enjoy the presumption of innocence until proven guilty in a court of law.
Spring Hill, TN – On January 7th at 9:36 PM, SHPD officers responded to a robbery at the Quick Mart gas station located at 5414 Main St. Witnesses told police that an African American male entered the store with a handgun that was partially concealed under a towel and took cash from the store. No store employees or customers were harmed. The subject was wearing grey Nike shoes, blue jeans, and a black shirt over a blue hoodie. He is described as being approximately 6 feet tall and weighing around 250 pounds. Detectives are currently following up on leads. If you have information related to this investigation, you can submit an anonymous tip here.