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Perform a free Springfield Tennessee arrest records search, including mugshots, jail roster, recent arrests, and active booking logs.

The Springfield Police Department is an accredited law enforcement agency located in Tennessee. The department is composed of 3 main divisions: criminal investigations, field operations, and records and city court. The criminal investigations division is responsible for investigating all crimes against persons and property such as homicides, auto thefts, sex crimes, and crimes against children. The officers within the division collect evidence, interview witnesses and victims, and prepare cases for prosecution. The field operations division is made up of the patrol, K9, and traffic enforcement units. These officers are responsible for responding to calls for service, enforcing laws and ordinances, investigating traffic accidents, apprehending criminals, and providing crime prevention and conflict resolution services. The records division maintains the department’s records, the department’s traffic citations and running the city court operations. All officers within the department go through annual field and safety training.

The overall crime rate in Springfield is 24% higher than the national average, and the violent crime rate is 80% higher than the national average. The residents of Springfield have a 1 in 35 chance of becoming a victim of a crime. Springfield is safer than 11% of all cities in the United States, and safer than 21% of all the cities in the state of Tennessee.

The annual crime rate in Springfield per 100,000 people was 2,918 in the year 2020. Of the 2,918 crimes committed per 100,000 people there were 17.3 murders, 28.8 rapes, 103.6 robberies, 546.9 assaults, 143.9 burglaries, 1,836.3 thefts, and 241.8 vehicle thefts. The year over year crime rate in Springfield has decreased 2%. Springfield is rated “F” in public safety.

Jason Head, Chief of Police
Email: [email protected]

Springfield Police Department
802 Willow Street
Springfield, TN 37172
Robertson County

Phone: 615-384-8422
Fax: 615-382-1634
Dispatch: 615-384-4911

Population Served: 17,000
Number of Officers: 41

Springfield, Tennessee Information

Springfield is a city in and the county seat of Robertson County, located in north central Tennessee. The city covers a total of 13.14 square miles and has a population of 17,092. Springfield was incorporated in 1796. There are currently 99 registered sex offenders residing in the city.

Springfield operates with a Mayor-Aldermen form of local government. Each member of the board is an elected official. The mayor is elected at large. The current mayor is Ann Schneider. Schneider’s term expires in November of 2024.

Contact the Mayor:

Ann Schneider, Mayor
Email: [email protected]

Record Requests and Mugshots in Springfield, Tennessee

Public records are available through the Springfield City Clerk’s Office. A record request form is available for download on the Springfield city website. Record requests can be submitted in person, by mail or email. Proof of Tennessee residency is required when submitting a request.

Police records are available through the Springfield Police Department’s record division. Record requests can be submitted in person. Reports are available 72 hours after the incident has occurred. Traffic accident records are available through a 3rd party provider’s website, called Crash Docs.

All persons arrested by the SPD are transported to and housed in the Robertson County Detention Facility. The 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 Springfield, Tennessee

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Department is a law enforcement agency located in Springfield, Tennessee. 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 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.

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.

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

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