Services

Members of the Collierville Police Department’s Special Citizen Volunteer Program will be delivering informational packets to residents in the areas recently annexed by Collierville.  The informational booklets provide useful information including department services, department forms, as well as contact information for the department divisions and other local resources.  Click here for a web-based version of the booklet.

Topics
Accident Reports
Offense Reports
Vehicle Registrations
Driving History
Criminal History
Warrants
Record Unit Fees
Outdoor Warning System
Complaints Against Employees

General Questions and Answers

Q: Where are you located?

A: The main headquarters is located at 156 N. Rowlett, Collierville TN. 38017. The Police Annex is located at 91 Walnut, Collierville TN. 38017.

Q: What is the department's mailing address?

A: Our mailing address is:
Collierville Police Department
156 N. Rowlett
Collierville, TN 38017

Q: How else can I contact the department?

A: Here are some useful phone numbers:
Emergency 911
Police Dispatch 853-3207
Police Information 457-2500
Recruitment/Public Relations 457-2560
Police Records 457-2561
Community Services Division 457-2562
Criminal Investigations Division 457-2520
Domestic Violence Unit 457-2530
Crime Stoppers 457-2274
Administration 457-2510

 


Accident Reports

Q: How do I obtain a copy of an accident report?

A: You may obtain a copy of an accident report by either appearing in person at the Collierville Police Department Annex, 156 N. Rowlett, or by mailing your request to: (There is a charge for a report, please see list below.)

Collierville Police Department
ATTN: Records
156 N. Rowlett
Collierville, TN 38017

Whether you show up in person or mail in your request, you must provide us with the following information:

Name of one of the drivers involved (not the insured/owner's name).
Date of the accident.
Location of the accident.
Time of accident
Report File Number

Q: How do I get a report if the accident was investigated by the Shelby County Sheriff's Department or the Tennessee Highway Patrol?

A: You may contact the Shelby County Sheriff's Department at (901) 545-5656, and the Tennessee Highway Patrol at (901) 543-5256.

 


Offense / Incident Reports

Q: How do I obtain a copy of an offense or incident report?

A: Offense and incident reports may be obtained for $0.25 per page by either appearing in person, or by mailing your request to:

Collierville Police Department
ATTN: Records
156 N. Rowlett
Collierville, TN 38017

You must provide the following information before we can process your request:

  1. Victim's name.
  2. Date of the offense or incident.
  3. Location, if available.

If the report was written by the Shelby County Sheriff's Department, you may contact them at (901) 545-5656.

 


License Plates, Titles, and Registration
The Collierville Police Department does not issue License Plates, Titles, or Vehicle Registration. You may obtain these items at the Shelby County Clerk's Office. Please click here for more information.

Driving History

Get a copy of your driving history, contact the Tennessee Department of Safety at:

Tennessee Department of Safety
ATTN: Financial Responsibility Section
P.O. Box 945
Nashville, TN 37202

You must include your full name, driver's license number, date of birth, and a check or money order for $5.00 along with your request.

 


Criminal History

To obtain a copy of a criminal or arrest history, appear in person with your photo ID and the date of birth of the person you are inquiring about. There is a charge for a criminal or arrest history, and it will only include charges and arrests from within the Town of Collierville. (There is a charge for a report, please see list below.)

Warrants

Before an arrest warrant may be issued, an offense report must be made by the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction over the incident. After obtaining an offense report, contact the Collierville City Court Clerk at 901-457-2580.

Record Unit Fees

Background check (excluding government agencies) $12
Reports
Accident, offense, arrest $0.25/page
Fingerprint cards
Fingerprint cards $10/1st cd. $5 ea. add.
Accident photos
Accident photos $10 + cost of developing or $1/CD
Cassette recording
Dispatched calls $1/tape/CD/DVD
     
Towing & storage fees
Class "A"  
  Towing $80 each tow
  Storage $10/day
  Labor charge for additional personnel or other towing vehicles $25/hr. per hr. max after 1 hr.
  Class "B"  
  Towing $100 each tow
  Storage $10/day
  Labor charge for additional personnel or other towing vehicles $100/hr. per hr. max after 1 hr.
  Class "C"  
  Towing Fees agreed upon between wrecker service and owner or agent of vehicle to be towed  
  Storage $10/day

For more information on the following services, please contact the Records Unit at 901-457-2561.

 


siren1Outdoor Warning System

Town of Collierville Outdoor Warning Sirens Operations Protocol
When the Warning Sirens Will Be Activated

Upon receiving notification from reliable sources that the National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for Shelby County, TN, or that a tornado has been sighted in the Collierville area, the Collierville Police Dispatch center peronnel will immediately activate the outdoor warning siren system.

The Outdoor Warning Siren System will be activated each time an additional tornado warning for Shelby County, TN is issued by the National Weather Service during a weather event.

How long do the warning sirens stay activated?
Once activated, the outdoor warning sirens will automatically cycle through a series of audio messages and siren tones for 15 minutes. Should the National Weather Service terminate the tornado warning for Shelby County, TN during the 15-minute alert cycle, police dispatch personnel will abort the warning sirens.

When are the warning sirens tested?
The Outdoor Warning Siren System will be tested every Saturday at noon. These tests will be an audible test of the entire siren system and will consist of a signal that is steady and continuous for 1 minute.

Note: At no time will the sirens be tested during inclement weather conditions.

School Resource Officer Unit

School Resource Officers are school based law enforcement officers, working as partners with school administrators to protect students, school faculty and staff at the schools where they are assigned. The true and tested strength in the School Resource Officer program is that it is much more than a curriculum. The SRO concept can easily be adapted to the needs of any community, desiring safe schools, and effective community partnerships. Since 1998, our commitment remains solid to promote the Triad concept (Law Enforcement Officer – Teacher – Counselor) of school based law enforcement. Many communities have adopted this philosophy as they blend their SRO program, with the many other community policing programs. By training law enforcement to educate, counsel and protect our school communities, the men and women of the Collierville Police Department continue to lead by example and promote a positive image of law enforcement to our youth.

Collierville Police SRO's are encouraging school staff, parents and most importantly their students to use this site to contact their respective SRO for information, advice or to report a crime in the schools. For immediate assistance, please use emergency 911 or call 853-3207.

Meet the School Resource Officers!

Officer Eric Shirkey, Collierville High School, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Officer Len Landers, Collierville Middle School, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Officer Jay Reese, Shilling Farms Middle School, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Officer Cliff Prestley, Bailey Station Elementary School, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Officer Michelle Savage, Crosswinds Elementary School, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Officer Lance McKinney, Collierville Elementary School, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Officer Ryan Lambert, Tara Oaks Elementary, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Officer Brian Hailey, Sycamore Elementary School, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Patrol Division
Swat Unit

The Special Weapons and Tactics Team's (S.W.A.T.) mission is to provide the Collierville Police Department with a well-trained unit capable of responding to and resolving critical incidents.

  • Unit Responsibilities:
  • Barricades/Hostage
  • Protection Services
  • Warrant Service
  • High-risk apprehension

Created in 1988, the unit now consists of an 8-member team, including entry officers, sniper, scouts, and the team Commander.

Training: Unit trains monthly and attends no less than 40 hours of team training annually. Additionally, team members receive specialty training in their designated assignments.

Schools attended:

  • T.E.E.S (Hostage Rescue) Marion, AR
  • Shelby County Sheriff's Advanced
  • S.W.A.T School, Memphis, TN
  • U.S. Army SRT, Dignitary Protection
  • Field Tactical Navigation courses

E-mail the SWAT Unit.