Smithville Police Department

  • Agency: Smithville Police Department
  • Address: 104 E Main St, Smithville, 37166 TN
  • Chief: Randy Caplinger (Chief of Police)
Phone: 615-597-4089
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Smithville Police Department is located at 104 E Main St, Smithville, 37166 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Randy Caplinger. The Smithville Police Department phone number is 615-597-4089.

Smithville Police Department News

SMITHVILLE POLICE OFFICERS TO PARTICIPATE IN "NO SHAVE NOVEMBER" November 3, 2017 by: Dwayne Page Members of the Smithville Police Department are participating in "No Shave November" to raise funds for Saint Jude Cancer research. No-Shave November is a nationwide fundraiser for cancer awareness. All officers who choose to participate will make a cash donation. All proceeds raised will be donated to St. Jude's Children's Hospital. “At some point in time almost everyone will personally know someone afflicted with cancer. It is a privilege to work alongside fellow officers who care enough to try to make a difference,” said Police Chief Mark Collins. As the participants let their beards grow, family and friends are encouraged to join the campaign and become more educated about cancer prevention, saving lives, and helping those fighting cancer. "You will soon see some Smithville police officers that could use a shave, but it's for a good cause,” said Captain Steven Leffew. “Many of our officers are very enthusiastic to take part in the fundraiser. I'm very proud to work beside such caring people," he said.

UPDATE: Great news! Ter'riana Hill has been located, and is safe. Thank you for helping us spread the word!

2017 "Trick or Treat" Halloween Downtown . We handed out over 600 premade bags of candy. This year's event was a success and thank you to those that bought and donated candy to the department at the Dollar General Store, we didn't run out of candy and we really appreciate your support.

2017 "Trick or Treat" Halloween Downtown . We handed out over 600 premade bags of candy. This year's event was a success and thank you to those that bought and donated candy to the department at the Dollar General Store, we didn't run out of candy and we really appreciate your support.

2017 "Trick or Treat" Halloween Downtown . We handed out over 600 premade bags of candy. This year's event was a success and thank you to those that bought and donated candy to the department at the Dollar General Store, we didn't run out of candy and we really appreciate your support.

We are nearly ready for the fun to begin.

Disney characters are inside City Hall today. Stop by to get your hotdog and candy starting at 12:00p to 5:00p.

Costume Contest for children. Make sure to read the instruction.

Bumpers will be offering $2.00 kids meals Halloween.

http://wjle.com/news/2017/trick-or-treat-halloween-downtown-tuesday There will also be a costume contest for the children at Middle Tennessee Tae Kwon Do. You can find more information concerning the contest in our October 19th post. We are excited to see all the trick or treaters tomorrow! 12:00p to 5:00p

Praying for Murfreesboro, Tennessee and Shelbyville, Tennessee.

SCAM ALERT: It has been brought to our attention that citizens are receiving phone calls asking for money to purchase teddy bears from the police department. We are NOT calling anyone asking for money. This IS a scam. If you have any questions concerning these calls, you can call the department at 615-597-8210.

Sponsered by Middle Tennessee Tae Kwon Do Join us for our 2nd Annual Middle Tennessee Tae Kwon Do Kick or Treat!!! We will be hosting a FREE family friendly Halloween carnival and costume contest on Halloween day from 12 - 8pm. The costume contest will have two different age groups with prizes. - ages 4 and up 1st place) $50 plus 3 months of free taekwondo classes and free uniform 2nd place) $25 plus 2 months of free taekwondo classes and free uniform 3rd place) $10 plus 1 month of free taekwondo classes and free uniform Ages 0 - 4 1 winner will receive a handmade Ninja plush pillow Costume contest winners will be determined through Facebook. We will have a photo prop area set up. TO ENTER: 1) Take a photo of the contestant 2) Post it to this event page. YOU MUST POST IT TO THE EVENT PAGE TO BE ENTERED INTO THE CONTEST 3) Post the age of the contestant with the photo 4) All contestant photos MUST be posted to this event page by Wednesday, November 1st, 10pm(CST) 5) Once all photos have been posted to this event page, we will create 2 contest albums for the 2 different age groups 6) The albums will be posted to our Middle Tennessee Tae Kwon Do page by noon on Thursday, November 2nd 7) Next share and like your contestant photo on our Facebook page and ask your friends and family to like the photo 8) The top 3 photos(4 and up age group) and top photo (ages 0 - 4) with the most likes by Saturday, November 4th at 10pm(CST) will determine the winners 9) Winners will be announced on Sunday, November 5th on our Middle Tennessee Tae Kwon Do page 10) Winners must contact us either by messaging us through Facebook or texting or calling (615)225-7493 to claim your prizes

The map of the businesses participating in the Halloween Downtown "Trick or Treat" event is available. You can print one here or on wjle.com It will also be available in the Smithville Review or you can pick one up at the Police, Tax or Water Department inside of City Hall or at Justin Potter Library.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all the victims, families and friends that lost someone due to this horrendous act.

http://wjle.com/news/2017/trick-or-treat-halloween-downtown-set-october-31

Thank you for inviting us to spend time with these children today.

We appreciate Cash Express for their continued support.

Thank you to Sue Puckett and the Acteens of Indian Creek Memorial Baptist Church for the cookies and to Givers of Hope & Love Gang for the goodies bucket. We appreciate your support.

Silas Hale (Connie Hale) came by for a visit today and got his picture taken with Officer Brandon Donnell.