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The White House Police Department is a law enforcement agency located in Tennessee. The department is composed of 4 main divisions: community relations, criminal investigations, patrol and records. The community relations division is responsible for providing crime prevention programs to the community designed to bring awareness to crime, educate citizens on the ways they can reduce the probability of becoming a victim and encourage residents to work with the police to reduce crime. The division works with businesses, neighborhood organizations, churches and schools. The criminal investigations division is responsible for investigating and managing all criminal cases. The division works with the TBI, FBI, Homeland Security and Child Protective Services to solve criminal cases. The patrol division responds to calls for services, enforces laws and ordinances and provides traffic control. These officers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The records division is responsible for maintaining all records pertaining to the department. The department provides public services such as fingerprinting and a drug take back program.

The overall crime rate in White House is 46% lower than the national average, and the violent crime rate is 48% lower than the national average. The residents of White House have a 1 in 79 chance of becoming a victim of a crime. White House is statistically safer than 58% of all cities in the United States and safer than 62% of all cities in the state of Tennessee.

The annual crime rate in White House per 100,000 people was 1,268 in the year 2020. Of the 1,268 crimes committed per 100,000 people there were 38.7 rapes, 15.5 robberies, 146.9 assaults, 116 burglaries, 850.3 thefts, and 100.5 vehicle thefts. The year over year crime rate has decreased by 10%. White House is rated “A” in public safety.

Patrick Brady, Chief of Police

White House Police Department
303 N Palmers Chapel
White House, TN 37188
Robertson County

Phone: 615-672-4903
Fax: 615-672-4915

Population Served: 11,000
Number of Officers: 20

White House, Tennessee Information

White House is a city in Robertson County, located in north central Tennessee. The county seat of Robertson County is Springfield. White House covers a total of 11.22 square miles and has a population of 11,843. The city was incorporated in 1921. There are currently 13 registered sex offenders residing in the city.

White House operates with a Board of Mayor and Aldermen as the form of local government. There are 4 aldermen and a mayor. The current mayor is Michael Arnold.

Contact the Mayor:

Michael Arnold, Mayor
Phone: 615-456-4030

Record Requests and Mugshots in White House, Tennessee

Public records are available through the White House City Hall. Record requests can be submitted electronically on the White House website. Proof of Tennessee residency is required when submitting the request.

Police records are available through the White House Police Department. A record request form is available for download on the website. Record requests can be submitted in person, by mail, fax or email.

All persons arrested by the White House Police Department are transported to 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 White House, Tennessee

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

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.

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

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