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Collierville STAR Team Help Search for Missing Child in High Profile Case

West Tennessee recently made national news with the search and rescue mission for missing two year old, Noah Chamberlin. For a week, numerous teams meticulously searched through deep woods and swampy terrain faithfully dedicated to finding the child. Despite the tragic outcome, Noah was found due to countless hours of specialized searching, tracking techniques, and the unyielding determination to find him.

Collierville Police announce Safe Campaign Participation

The Collierville Police Department will be partnering with the Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office for the 2016 Seatbelts Are For Everyone (SAFE) campaign. The SAFE campaign is designed to increase seat belt and child passenger safety restraint usage in Tennessee. Law enforcement agencies participate in the campaign by planning and implementing occupant protection initiatives in their communities.

Officer Wheeler promoted to the rank of Lieutenant

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Pictured with Lt. Wheeler is his wife, Marci

In August of this year, the department held a Lieutenant Promotional Process to establish an eligibility list in anticipation of the upcoming retirement of two lieutenants.   There were eight candidates who participated in this process.   The candidates were tested through a media reporting exercise, problem solving exercise, oral interview, written test and underwent a personnel file review by the Assistant Chiefs and Chief.

Special Notice about the Collierville Christmas Parade

The Collierville Police Department wanted residents to have early notice regarding the annual Christmas Parade, set for Friday, December 4 starting at 7pm.

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."