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The Kingston Springs Police Department is an accredited law enforcement agency located in Tennessee. The department is committed to protecting the lives and property of the residents of the community. The department is responsible for enforcing laws and ordinances, investigating crimes, community crime prevention, problem solving, and conflict resolution.

The overall crime rate in Kingston Springs is 80% lower than the national average. The violent crime rate is 81% lower than the national average. The residents of Kingston Springs have a 1 in 210 chance of becoming a victim of a crime. Kingston Springs is statistically safer than 91% of all cities in the United States and in Tennessee.

The annual crime rate in Kingston Springs per 100,000 people was 477 in the year 2019. Of the 477 crimes committed there were approximately 73.4 assaults, 293.5 thefts, and 110.1 vehicle thefts. The year over year crime rate has increased by 9%. Kingston Springs is rated “A” in public safety.

Eugene Ivey, Chief of Police
Phone: 615-952-9965

Kingston Springs Police Department
396 Spring Street
Kingston Springs, TN 37082
Phone: 615-792-2098
Email: [email protected]

Kingston Springs, Tennessee Information

Kingston Springs is located in central Tennessee. It is a town in Cheatham County. The county seat of Cheatham is Ashland City. Kingston Springs covers a total of 10.05 square miles and has a population of 2,741. With the town being only twenty miles west of downtown Nashville, Kingston Springs is part of the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area. The town was incorporated in 1965. There are currently 9 registered sex offenders residing in the town.

Kingston Springs has a Board of Commissioners as their form of local government. There are 3 commissioners, a vice mayor, and a mayor. The current mayor is Tony Gross. Gross has served as a city commissioner since 2012 and was elected mayor in 2014.

Contact the Mayor:

Tony Gross, Mayor
Phone: 615-952-2110
Email: [email protected]

Record Requests and Mugshots in Kingston Springs, Tennessee

Public records are available through the Kingston Springs Town Recorder’s Office. Record requests can be submitted in person, by mail, or email. Proof of Tennessee residency is required when submitting the request. The Town Recorder has 7 business days to respond to the record request.

Email: [email protected]

Police records are available through the Kingston Police Department. Record requests must be submitted in person. Incident, arrest, offense, and traffic accident records are available as long as the investigation is closed.

All persons arrested by the Kingston Police Department are transported to and housed in the Cheatham County Jail. The jail does not have a public inmate roster to view mugshots. All inmate records and mugshots are available through the jail.

County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Kingston Springs, Tennessee

The Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office is a law enforcement agency located in Tennessee. The office is composed of 5 divisions including administration, patrol, corrections, criminal investigations and drug enforcement.

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

Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office
200 Court Square, Suite 220
Ashland City, TN 37015
Phone: 615-792-4341
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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