Collierville Police Officers Stop by for an Evening of Community Fellowship
On the Sunday night of September 25, Collierville police cars lined the streets in the quiet neighborhood of Tara Oaks. Normally, the sight of multiple squad cars is alarming, but on this night, it was different. Read more.
Collierville Police Offer Home Solicitation Safety Tips
Door to door solicitors come in many shapes and sizes. These solicitors can offer deals on magazines, energy audits, opportunities to sign petitions, cookies, and much more. The solicitation ordinance, effective October 9, 2015, allows commercial solicitors to conduct door-to-door sales after obtaining a permit from the Town. Solicitors are also required to wear a Town-issued identification badge while working; as a resident you have the right to ask to see an ID badge if it is not clearly displayed. Non-commercial solicitors such as church groups, scouts or charitable organizations do not need a permit or identification badges.
Don't be a victim of a vehicle burglary
Last night, the Collierville Police Department responded to several calls where automobiles had been burglarized. Our initial investigation has revealed that in just about every incident, the vehicle was left unlocked. These incidents occurred in the neighborhoods close to the areas of Byhalia and Powell Roads. Click here for more.
The Collierville Police Department just released the 2014 Annual Report. Click here for more.
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