Chief Eugene Ivey
Department Email - Police@kingstonsprings-tn.gov
Emergency Phone Number - 911
Office Phone Number - (615) 952-9965
Request an Officer - (615) 792-2098
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The Kingston Springs Police Department is committed to the protection of life and the prevention of crime and disorder through partnership with the community and enforcement of local ordinances. Community coverage is offered across two shifts, seven days a week. Nighttime protection is limited due to low call volume and is handled in cooperation with the Cheatham County Sheriff’s Department.
Public safety services are provided through a proactive, community-based approach. All officers are cross-trained and certified to respond to fire and medical emergencies as well as police functions.
Request an Extra Patrol
Away from home for a while? Property owners can request that an officer keep an eye on their property by filing out this convenient online form. Requests can also be filed by contacting Kingston Springs City Hall at (615) 952-9965.
Submit a Tip
Can submit an anonymous tip online. Please note that tips are not monitored twenty-four hours a day. For any emergencies, please dial 911.
Violators of local ordinances of the Town of Kingston Springs or those who receive minor traffic citations may be summoned to appear in Municipal Court. Court is held on the second Thursday of each month at 4:30 p.m. at the Audrey Beck Meeting Hall (420 North Main Street.)
|Performance Measures||July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015|
|TBI ranking: safest incorporated area||9th|
|% of state certified officers||100|
|# of public safety training hours||424|
|# of calls for service||1,364|
|Hours of community engagement activities||30|
|Revenues from fines and forfeitures||$34,846|
|% of calls responded within 2 minutes||90|
|# of traffic citations||356|
|#of calls for service (accidents)||69|
|# of calls for service (medical)||145|
|# of calls for service (assisting agency)||163|
|# of calls for service (investigation)||752|
|# of reported thefts/larceny||27|
|# of personal injury crimes||27|