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Collierville Police Department Uses Crime Mapping to Keep Residents In the Know

The Collierville Police Department (CPD) is taking advantage of every opportunity they can to communicate with residents about what is going on in the Town. One of the tools they are using is crime mapping, available through the web application Tip 411.

Broadcastify Allows Listeners to Hear ‘A Day in the Life’ of the Collierville Police Department

If you are someone who wants to be in touch with the Collierville Police Department (CPD) on a regular basis, you will appreciate the latest tool the CPD is using to make that sort of contact available. Broadcastify is a service that provides real time radio feed from over 5000 sources around the world. The CPD is making this service available to Collierville residents to tune in at any time of the day or night and follow a ‘play by play’ of the department’s daily radio transmissions.

Collierville Police Department Reinforces “Best Practices” of Crime Prevention for Residents

crime prevention meeting mayor optCollierville is known to be a safe place to live and work. Areavibes.com reports that Collierville’s crime rate is 38% lower than the national average, and that the Town is 68% safer overall than most cities in the U.S. We’ve also been ranked as the 4th and 6th safest city in Tennessee by consumer advice websites Backgroundchecks.org and ValuePenguin.com.

Collierville Police Officers Step Up to a Challenge and Save a Life

On December 21, 2016, Collierville Police Department Officers Samuel Draper and Brian Quinn responded to a call that proved to be a game changer for everyone involved.

The Collierville Police Department receives Grant for Traffic Safety Program

On October 4, 2016, the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) and the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security announced the 384 agencies awarded $17.1 million in federal grant funding to support Tennessee highway safety efforts and education. 424 grants were distributed from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) through THSO for the 2016-2017 Federal Fiscal Year. The Town of Collierville was awarded a grant for $20,000 for its Roving DUI Patrol Program.