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Don't be a victim of a vehicle burglary
 
 
Over the two weeks, there have been several Auto Burglaries reported to the Collierville Police Department. Our investigation has shown that in each incident, valuables were left in plain sight inside the vehicle and the vehicle was left unlocked. Please take heed to the warnings, and don’t be a victim! Please see the information below. Following these simple suggestions could mean the difference in you being a victim or not.  
Collierville Police Recognize Bill Bradham for 25 Years of Service
 

Collierville Police Chief Larry Goodwin presented Collierville Police Accreditation Manager Bill Bradham with his 25 year service pin and Distinguished Service Plaque during the August 11 Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting. “It’s my pleasure to make this presentation to Bill Bradham for his dedicated and loyal service,” Chief Goodwin said.

The Collierville Police Department, in cooperation with the local community and Google Translate, worked to develop tips in Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese to help educate the Asian community on how to prevent being a victim of a robbery.

 ‘National Night Out’ Supported by Collierville Subdivisions

National Night Out, also known as, “America’s Night out against Crimeis anationwide event designed to heighten drug prevention and crime awareness, generate support and participation in local anti-crime efforts, and strengthen neighborhood spirit and police community partnerships. Neighbors uniting send a message to criminals letting them know that their neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.  National Night Out now involves over 37.8 million people and 16,124 communities from all fifty states, U.S. Territories, Canadian cities, and military bases worldwide.

Lt. Norm Dixon Recoginized for 25 Years of Service with the Town

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Lt. Norm Dixon (right) was recognized by the Mayor and Aldermen, pictured with Assistant Chief Dave Tillner

On July 27, 2014 the Collierville Board of Mayor and Aldermen recognized Lieutenant Norm Dixon with his 25 year service pin.