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The Brighton Police Department is an accredited law enforcement agency located in Tennessee. The department is composed of 3 main divisions: administration, K9 and patrol. The administration division consists of the command staff of the department. The K9 division is responsible for locating and confiscating illegal narcotics. The patrol division is the first on scene of a crime or car accident. The officers are responsible for enforcing city, state and national law ordinances. The department offers public programs to the community such as a neighborhood watch, home security checks and traffic safety programs.

The overall crime rate in Brighton is 82% lower than the national average. The violent crime rate in Brighton is 64% lower than the national average. The residents of Brighton have a 1 in 226 chance of becoming a victim of a crime. Brighton is statistically safer than 77% of all cities in the United States and safer than 83% of all cities in Tennessee.

The annual crime rate in Brighton per 100,000 people was 444 in 2020. Of the 444 crimes committed there were approximately 34.2 robberies, 102.5 assaults, 136.7 burglaries and 170.9 thefts. Brighton is rated “A” for public safety.

Mike Durham, Police Chief
Brighton Police Department
139 North Main Street
Brighton, Tennessee 38011
Phone: 901-475-6722

Population Served: 2,000
Number of Officers: 5

Brighton, Tennessee Information

Brighton is located in western Tennessee, in Tipton County. The county seat of Tipton County is Covington. Brighton covers a total of 3.035 square miles and has a population of 2,928 residents. There are approximately 596 households in the town. The town was established in 1873, but was not incorporated by the Tennessee General Assembly until 1913. There are currently 8 registered sex offenders residing in Brighton.

The town of Brighton operates with a board of mayor and aldermen form of government. There are 3 aldermen, a vice mayor and a mayor. The mayor is the head of the governing body. The current mayor is Stephanie Chapman-Washam.

Stephanie Chapman-Washam, Mayor
Phone: 901-476-8661
Email: [email protected]

Record Requests and Mugshots in Brighton, Tennessee

Public records are available through the City Recorder’s Office. The city recorder is also the city clerk. Record requests must be submitted in writing. The requests can be made in person, by mail or email.

Tammy McKinney, Recorder
139 N Main Street
Brighton, TN 38011
Email: [email protected]

Police records are available through the Brighton Police Department. Record requests must be submitted in person. There is a fee for each copy of each report.

All persons arrested by the Brighton Police Department are transferred to and housed at the Tipton County Jail. The jail does not have a current inmate roster at this time. For information on inmate records and mugshots, contact the jail at 901-475-3305.

County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Brighton, Tennessee

The Tipton County Sheriff’s Department is a law enforcement agency located in Covington, Tennessee. The department is responsible for providing law enforcement, overseeing the County Jail, securing the courts and serving warrants and civil processes papers.

The Tipton County Sheriff’s Office does not offer a public warrant or most wanted search at this time. For information on active warrants and most wanted fugitives, contact the office.

Shannon Beasley, Sheriff
Tipton County Sheriff’s Department
1801 South College Street, Suite 106
Covington, TN 38019
Phone: 901-475-3300
Fax: 901-476-0241
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm

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