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The Nashville Metro Police Department is an accredited law enforcement agency located in Tennessee. The department has 6 main service divisions: administrative, community, executive, investigative, patrol, and support. The administrative services division is composed of the forensic services unit, the records unit, the training academy, human resources, and the information and technology unit. This division maintains all the police records, handles all of the department’s recruiting, processes all evidence from crime scenes, and oversees the department’s officer training process. The community services division organizes the different precincts of the department. There are 8 precincts within the city. Each precinct commander organizes and executes community services such as drug drop boxes and crime mapping. The executive services division is made up of the commanding staff of the department. These officers are responsible for the accreditation of the department and the city’s crime analysis. The investigative services division is responsible for conducting investigations of crimes committed within the city limits. These crimes range from theft to homicide. The patrol division is responsible for enforcing laws and ordinances, and providing crime prevention and conflict resolution. These officers are first on scene of a crime or traffic accident. The support services division is composed of the evidence storage unit, special operations unit, and warrants unit. The evidence storage unit keeps all evidence collected by the department safe and organized. The special operations unit is responsible for tactical operations, emergency contingency, SWAT and negotiations, and traffic operations. These officers are highly trained in high-risk operations. The department also provides community service programs such as Christmas charities, and youth programs.

The overall crime rate in Nashville is 123% higher than the national average, and the violent crime rate is 198% higher than the national average. The residents of Nashville have a 1 in 20 chance of becoming a victim of a crime. Nashville is statistically safer than 3% of all cities in the United States, and safer than 4% of all cities in the state of Tennessee.

The annual crime rate in Nashville per 100,000 people was 5,229 in the year 2020. Of the 5,229 crimes committed per 100,000 people there were 16.4 murders, 56 rapes, 253.2 robberies, 830.1 assaults, 544.3 burglaries, 3,086.9 thefts, and 441.9 vehicle thefts. The year over year crime rate has increased by 2%. Nashville is rated “F” in public safety.

John Drake, Chief of Police
Phone: 615-862-7301
Email: [email protected]

Metro Nashville Police Department Headquarters
600 Murfreesboro Pike
Nashville, TN 37210
Phone: 615-862-7744

Population Served: 690,000
Number of Officers: 1,768

Nashville, Tennessee Information

Nashville is located in central Tennessee. Nashville is the county seat of Davidson County, and the state capital of Tennessee. The city covers a total of 526 square miles and has a population of 692,587. Nashville has the largest Metropolitan Statistical Area in the state of Tennessee, and the population of the Metropolitan Area is 1,959,495. The city was incorporated in 1806. There are currently 1,553 registered sex offenders residing in the city.

Nashville has a Metropolitan City Council as the form of local government. The mayor for the city is John Cooper. Cooper is the 9th mayor of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County.

Contact the Mayor:

John Cooper, Mayor
Phone: 615-862-6000
Email: [email protected]

Record Requests and Mugshots in Nashville, Tennessee

Public records are available through the Nashville Metro Clerk’s Office. Record requests can be submitted online or in person. Proof of Tennessee residency is required when submitting a request.

Police records are available through the Nashville Police Department’s record unit. Record requests can be submitted in person or by email.

Email: [email protected]

All persons arrested by the Nashville Police Department are transported to the Davidson County Correctional Center. The center updates their jail roster every hour. The jail roster allows the public to search for an inmate and view their charges and mugshots. The inmate’s bond information will be available as well. Inmate and jail records are available through the Davidson County Correctional Center’s record department. Record requests can be submitted in person, over the phone or online. To make an online request, visit the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office website.

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

The Davidson County Sheriff’s Office is a law enforcement agency located in Nashville, Tennessee.

Davidson County Sheriff’s Office
1 Jerry Newson Way
Nashville, TN 37201
Phone: 615-862-8170

Criminal warrant information is not released over the phone. Each individual requesting warrant information must report to the Nashville Police Department’s Criminal Warrants Office. The office is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The Nashville Police Department has a most wanted list that is accessible from their website. The list features the fugitive’s name, mugshot, and charges. If information about a fugitive is known, the department asks that it is reported to the department’s Fugitive Unit. The unit can be reached at 615-862-7348.

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