CPD Promotes Holiday Shopping Tips

Be sure and take the necessary precautions to stay safe and keep purchases and personal items secure during the Holiday shopping season. Collierville Police Department Assistant Chief David Tillner said "We continually urge people to heed warnings, place purchases out of sight, and to be sure and lock your vehicle doors. During the Holidays, this becomes even more important. We encourage everyone to be alert and use common sense. The Department wants this to be another happy and safe holiday season."

Hide, Take and Lock!

Over the past week, there have been several more auto burglaries reported to the Collierville Police Department at local businesses. Our investigation has shown that in each incident, valuables were left in plain sight inside the vehicle and in some cases, the vehicle was unlocked.

CPD Hopes everyone has a safe Halloween

Halloween can be great fun for children.  In order to keep it as fun as possible, follow these safety tips and use common sense to keep children safe.  Of course, if you see anything suspicious, contact us at 901-853-3207 for non-emergency, or call 911 in the event of an emergency.

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The Collierville Police Department is looking forward to supporting the Susan G Komen 5K race, which is set for October 25th, at Carriage Crossing. 

CPD needs your assistance in solving a crime!

The Collierville Police Department needs your help.  The attached pictures are of a suspect from an aggravated burglary that occurred in the area of Carnegie Club Drive on September 13th.  The vehicle appears to be a Buick bearing Tenn Tag # 730 VTT.  Any information, please contact Collierville Crime Stoppers at (901) 457-CASH or submit an anonymous tip via text message to the Collierville Police Department, text CPDTIP and your tip to 847411 (tip411).