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The Graysville Police Department is an accredited law enforcement agency located in Tennessee. The department is responsible for patrolling the town, conducting criminal investigations and apprehending criminals, enforcing laws and ordinances, maintaining the peace, and providing public services to the residents of the town.

The overall crime rate in Graysville is 8% higher than the national average, and the violent crime rate is 85% higher than the national average. The residents of Graysville have a 1 in 38 chance of becoming a victim of a crime. Graysville is statistically safer than 12% higher than the national average, and safer than 20% of all cities in the state of Tennessee.

The annual crime rate in Graysville per 100,000 people was 2,685 in the year 2019. Of the 2,685 crimes committed there were approximately 703.3 assaults, 255.8 burglaries, 1,406.7 thefts and 319.7 vehicle thefts. The year over year crime rate has increased by 10%. Graysville is rated “F” in public safety.

Gregg Roberson, Chief of Police

Graysville Police Department
151 Mill Street
Graysville, TN 37338
County: Rhea County
Phone: 423-775-9242
Fax: 423-775-8137

Population Served: 1,700
Number of Officers: 4

Graysville, Tennessee Information

Graysville is located in eastern Tennessee. The town is part of Rhea County. The county seat of Rhea County is Dayton. Graysville covers a total of 1.18 square miles and has a population of 1,722. The town was incorporated in 1917. There are currently 20 registered sex offenders residing in the town.

Graysville has a board of commissioners as their form of local government. There are 2 commissioners, a vice mayor, and a mayor. The City Commission meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7 pm in the Municipal Building. The current mayor is Charles E. Kaylor.

Contact the Mayor:

Charles E. Kaylor
Phone: 423-775-9242

Record Requests and Mugshots in Graysville, Tennessee

Public records are available through the Graysville City Recorder’s Office. Record requests can be submitted in person or by email. Proof of Tennessee residency is required when submitting a request.

Email: [email protected]

Police records are available through the Graysville Police Department. Record requests must be submitted in person at the department. Arrest, incident, offense, and traffic accident reports are available as long as the investigation is closed.

All persons arrested by the Graysville Police Department are transported to, and housed in the Rhea County Jail. The jail updates their inmate roster every 24 hours. All inmates currently housed at the facility will be listed on the roster. The inmate’s name, inmate number, booking date, mugshot, charges and court information will be accessible. Inmate records are available through the Rhea County Jail. All record requests must be submitted in person. Each record has a fee.

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

The Rhea County Sheriff’s Office is a law enforcement agency located in Dayton, Tennessee. The office is responsible for providing law enforcement, overseeing the County Jail, serving warrants and civil processes and securing the courts.

The Sheriff’s Office does not have a public warrant search or a most wanted list. Active warrant information is released in person only, at the Sheriff’s Office.

Rhea County Sheriff’s Office
7800 Rhea County Hwy
Dayton, TN 37321
Phone: 423-775-2442

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