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The Coopertown Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Tennessee. The department is composed of 3 divisions: investigations, records and training. The criminal investigations division is responsible for investigating criminal activity that occurs within the Coopertown Municipal City Limits. Most criminal activity is initially investigated by a patrol officer and then later assigned to a CID detective for more extensive investigation. The records division is responsible for maintaining the agency’s police reports, crash reports, citations and other various documents. The records clerk’s duties include data entry, gathering data and updating crime statistics. The training division is responsible for providing training for the department, in addition to organizing training for the community and other law enforcement agencies. Newly hired police officers undergo field training before working as a solo officer. The department provides community programs such as the community engagement unit, operation Lend-A-Hand, Shop with a Cop and the Explorer program.

The overall crime rate in Coopertown is 58% lower than the national average. The violent crime rate is 77% lower than the national average. The residents of Coopertown have a 1 in 96 chance of becoming a victim of a crime. Coopertown is statistically safer than 76% of all cities in the United States and safer than 80% of all cities in Tennessee.

The annual crime rate in Coopertown per 100,000 people was 1,046 in the year 2020. Of the 1,046 crimes committed, there were approximately 87.1 assaults, 261.4 burglaries, 610 thefts and 87.1 vehicle thefts. Coopertown is rated “A” for public safety.

Tyler Haley, Chief of Police
Phone: 615-382-7007 ext 205
Email: [email protected]

Coopertown Police Department
2525 Burgess Gower Road
Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: 615-382-7007

Population Served: 4,500

Coopertown, Tennessee Information

Coopertown is a town located in north central Tennessee. The town is located in Robertson County and the county seat is Springfield. Coopertown covers a total area of 31.58 square miles and has a population of 4,496. The town was incorporated in 1996.

Coopertown operates under a Board of Mayor and Aldermen form of government. The current mayor is Becca Werner.

Becca Werner, Mayor
Phone: 615-382-4470 ext 216
Email: [email protected]

Record Requests and Mugshots in Coopertown, Tennessee

Public records are available through the Coopertown City Clerk’s Office. Record requests must be submitted in writing and can be returned in person, by mail or email.

Emily McKellar, City Clerk
2525 Burgess Gower Road
Springfield, TN 37172
Email: [email protected]

Police records are available through the Coopertown Police Department’s records division. The department completes different reports for different circumstances. To obtain a copy of a report, the type of report made is needed. Record requests must be submitted in person at the department.

All persons arrested by the Coopertown Police Department are transported to and housed in the Robertson County Detention Facility. The Robertson County Detention Facility updates their inmate roster every 24 hours. The roster lists inmates in alphabetical order by last name. The inmate’s name, age, booking date, mugshot, charges, bond and court information is made accessible on the roster.

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

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Department is a law enforcement agency located in Springfield, Tennessee. The office is responsible for keeping the peace, attending the courts, serving the process and orders of the courts and operating the county jail. The mission of the department is to enhance and protect the quality of life of the citizens of Robertson County.

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Department has a most wanted list. The list includes fugitives who have committed crimes and have run from law enforcement. The most wanted list includes the fugitive’s mugshot, name, date of birth, last known address and charges. The department asks the public to not approach the fugitives if seen and to contact law enforcement.

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Department offers a public warrant search. The warrant search allows anyone to find individuals with both civil and criminal warrants. To search for a warrant, the individual’s first and last name is needed.

Mike Van Dyke, Sheriff
Robertson County Sheriff’s Department
507 South Brown Street
Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: 615-384-7971
Fax: 615-382-0641

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