Manchester Police Department

  • Agency: Manchester Police Department
  • Address: 200 W Fort St, Manchester, 37355 TN
  • Chief: Ross Simmons (Chief of Police)
Phone: (931) 728-2099
Fax: (931) 723-1591

Manchester Police Department is located at 200 W Fort St, Manchester, 37355 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Ross Simmons. The Manchester Police Department phone number is (931) 728-2099.

Manchester Police Department News

BOLO! This runaway juvenile is believed to have been seen in Manchester. If you see him or know of his whereabouts please contact the Manchester Police 931-728-2099.

Thanks for having us!

MPD is attempting to identify the subject pictured in reference to a theft investigation at Walmart. The subjects vehicle is also posted below. If you can help us identify this male subject, please contact Investigator Trey Adcock at 931-728-2099. All persons pictured are innocent until proven guilty.

RUNAWAY JUVENILE: Runaway juvenile, Dakota Dunn (16 years old), was last seen on 11-3-2017 when he was dropped off at Coffee County Central High School. Dunn is a white male with sandy blond hair. Dunn is approximately 6’1” and weighs 120 pounds. At time of report, Dunn was last known to be wearing a gray t-shirt and blue jean pants. If you know the whereabouts of Dunn please contact the MPD at 728-2099. Thanks for your help.

If your group, church, organization or business is interested in safety classes dealing with violent intruders or active shooters, MPD has officers capable of teaching a wide range of classes that can be specific to your needs. We are proactive to keeping our community safe. Please call Assistant Chief Adam Floied or Captain Chris Patterson if you are interested in these classes. 931-728-2099. Captain Chris Patterson and Assistant Chief Adam Floied teaching “Civilian Response to Active Shooter” to Elk River Public Utility and Coffee County Raider Academy employees this week.

MPD families enjoying “Safe on the Square”. We are glad it was a success and everyone had a safe Halloween.

FYI Manchester citizens! We encourage you to enjoy your Halloween festivities, but please stay safe.

Terrell Baugh’s son was wanting to sit in a police car today, so Sgt. Landon Pence made it happen!! This young man was excited and had a great visit with our officers.

One of the most dangerous intersections in Manchester is Old Tullahoma Hwy @ Belmont Rd. A high number of crashes that occur at this intersection results in injuries. The speed limit was lowered to try and reduce the injury-related crashes, but statistics show this is still an issue. We also recognize another problem is personal property being damaged repeatedly. MPD is dedicated to protecting the community. We are increasing our presence in this area and will strictly enforce traffic laws. Please obey the speed limit, obey the traffic control devices (stop signs) and always wear your seatbelt.

On 10/09/17, MPD hosted an open-discussion forum for the leadership of our local church congregations. The topic covered was safety and security awareness. MPD is taking a proactive approach to open the lines of communication and offer our skills and knowledge to help keep our city safe. It was a wonderful turn-out with many churches represented. If you would like to talk to MPD about workplace safety / security concerns, we will be glad to come and talk to your group.

Prayers for Chief Young's family and the Winchester Police Department.

MPD hanging out with great folks at the Potter’s Clay Health Fair. Come see them at the Ada Wright Center till 2 pm. Pictured is Officer Foster, Officer Watson, Sgt. Deford and Capt. Patel.

I-24 is back open and traffic is clear on Hwy. 41.

I-24 is back open and traffic is clear on Hwy. 41. Traffic advisory: Due to a serious crash with injuries on I-24 Westbound @ 109 mile marker, traffic has been diverted through Manchester on Hwy. 41 North towards the 105 exit. Please be patient with the heavy traffic volume.

Eric Giles getting fitted for some gear, he is ready for work! Great meeting you Eric!

Reilly Lowry showing us his cool police gear, badge, radio and handcuffs.

Come check out some of the emergency equipment/vehicles used by the many agencies in our area at the Manchester / Coffee County Conference Center for Preparedness Day, 2017.

Patrol officers from "B shift" training with CID on latent fingerprints. MPD continuously trains to hone our skills to become better officers and a better department. Pictured is Inv. Bryan Eldridge, Capt. Nilesh Patel and Officer Jordan Watson.

MPD is attempting to identify the subject pictured in reference to a theft investigation at Cracker Barrel. This subject is believe to be traveling in a silver Kia Optima. If you can help us identify this subject, please contact Investigator Trey Adcock at 931-728-2099. All persons pictured are innocent until proven proven guilty.

Former Manchester Police Chief Ross Simmons passed away after an extended illness. Members and family of Manchester Police Department sends their condolences to the family.

MPD is proud of our officers who were recognized today. Sergeant Devin Deford was recognized as "Patriot of the Year" for his work as a volunteer firefighter with Hickerson Station Volunteer Fire Dept. Also, Officer Jamie Newman was chosen as "Patriot of the Year", from the Manchester Police Dept. We are proud of both of these outstanding officers and the way they have represented Manchester Police Department.

Never forget!

MPD is attempting to identify the subjects pictured in reference to an investigation. These subjects are believed to be traveling in a maroon SUV. If you can help us identify these individuals, please contact Investigator Brandon Tomberlin at 931-728-2099. All persons pictured are innocent until proven guilty.

MPD is attempting to identify the subject pictured in reference to a theft from a vehicle at Wal-Mart on 8/16/17. If you can identify this individual, please contact Investigator Trey Adcock at 931-728-2099.