Huntland Police Department

  • Agency: Huntland Police Department
  • Address: 100 Cumberland Blvd, Huntland, 37345 TN
  • Chief: Tom Bowhey (Chief of Police)
Phone: (931) 469-7702
Fax: (931) 469-7565

Huntland Police Department is located at 100 Cumberland Blvd, Huntland, 37345 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Tom Bowhey. The Huntland Police Department phone number is (931) 469-7702.

Huntland Police Department News

Have a safe and happy Memorial Day. "May we never forget that freedom isn't free" -Unknown

Special thanks to Lauren Plisko for the creative gift in honor of National Police Week!

Special thanks to Tullahoma Day Care Center for the gift basket in honor of National Police Week!

HPD and Huntland High School says THUMBS DOWN to texting and driving! #thumbsdownTN DONT TEXT AND DRIVE

Today Huntland Police Chief Tyler Walls and Patrolman Tyler Tinsley had the pleasure of speaking with Mr Tim Hambrick a resident of Pleasant Ridge Road. You may see Mr. Hambrick walking along side HWY64 or even in tullahoma picking up cans, After speaking with Mr Hambrick Chief Walls and Officer Tinsley Gave Mr. Hambrick a new Safety Vest and Florescent green rain jacket for is safe travels.

The Huntland Police Department is now accepting applications for a Part-Time Police Officer. Pre-employment qualifications are: A. Applicant must be at least eighteen (18) years of age. B. Be a citizen of the United States. C. Be a high school graduate or posses equivalence. D. Not have been convicted of or plead guilty to or entered a plea of nolo contendere to any felony charges or to any violation of any federal or state laws or city ordinances relating to force, violence, theft, dishonesty, gambling, liquor, or any controlled substances. E. Not have been released or discharged under anything other than honorable discharge from any Armed Forces of the United States. Post-employment requirements are: A. Pass Background Check B. Pass a physical examination given by licensed physician. C. Be free of all apparent mental disorders as determined by a qualified physician in the psychiatric or psychological field. D. Be previously P.O.S.T. certified or successfully pass the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy within six months of full time employment. Applications can be picked up at the Police Department, or Huntland City Hall

The Huntland Police Department was glad to be apart of Reading Across America at Huntland School today. Pictured is SGT Coleman and Patrolman Frazier reading to Mrs. Kuhar's second grade class and Mrs. Michael's fifth grade class.

The Huntland Police Department will be partnering with the Tennessee Governor's Highway Safety Office for the 2016 Seatbelts Are For Everyone (SAFE) campaign. The SAFE campaign is designed to increase seat belt and child passenger safety restraint usage in Tennessee. Law enforcement agencies participate in the campaign by planning and implementing occupant protection initiatives in their communities. This is the third year that the Governor's Highway Safety Office has sponsored this campaign. Last year yielded the following results: * 2,470 child restraint violations * 33,879 seat belt citations *671 other seat belt enforcement activities. " Last year, our statewide seat belt use rate dropped slightly to 86.2%," said Governor's Highway Safety Office Director Kendell Poole. " It is vitally important that all drivers and passengers buckle up every trip, every time. Our ultimate goal is that this campaign, combined with the increase of the seat belt fine, will increase our usage rate to ninety percent or higher." This year, participating agencies will pay special attention to nighttime seat belt enforcement. Tennessee has seen a disproportionate percentage of unrestrained fatalities between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 5:59 a.m. Historically, approximately fifty percent of Tennessee's traffic fatalities are unbelted. That percentage increases to nearly sixty when nighttime crashes are examined. The SAFE campaign will take place February 1 - August 1, 2016. Agencies participating in the voluntary campaign become eligible to win one of two fully-equipped police vehicles at the Tennessee Law Enforcement Challenge ceremony in September.

On Friday November 13 the Huntland Police Department had the pleasure of Giving a Tour and Talking to the Pre-K class from Huntland School. Pictured is Officer Landon Frazier, SGT. Tyler Walls, Officer Jimmy Coleman, and Mrs. Tuckers Class

Thank you veterans.

The Huntland Police Department will be participating in No Shave November. In lieu of shaving daily, Officers will be donating the money normally spent on razors to cancer research organizations. We encourage the community to join us in this. "The goal of No-Shave November is to grow awareness by embracing our hair, which many cancer patients lose, and letting it grow wild and free. Donate the money you typically spend on shaving and grooming to educate about cancer prevention, save lives, and aid those fighting the battle." For more info visit:

The Huntland Police Department will be giving out bags of candy on Halloween from 6PM to 8PM at the police department. And most importantly: We will be handing out glow sticks to help make children more visible while they trick or treat.

Click it or ticket and booze it or lose it campaign starts today and goes till September 7. Officers will be heavily enforcing seat belt violations and looking for impaired drivers. The Huntland Police Department reminds all drivers to wear your seatbelt and call for a sober ride.

HUNTLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT INCREASES DUI ENFORCEMENT DURING STATEWIDE BOOZE IT AND LOSE IT MOBILIZATION Huntland, TN – Huntland Police Dept. is partnering with the Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office to step up DUI enforcement from August 19 to September 7, surrounding the Labor Day holiday. The statewide Booze It and Lose It campaign is part of a national mobilization to prevent drunk driving. Tennessee experienced 6,645 known alcohol-related crashes in 2014. That equates to an average of 18 people each day making the decision to get behind the wheel after they have been drinking. “Too many people think their actions don’t affect anybody else,” said Chief Ryan Albaugh. “They know it’s illegal. They know it’s wrong. But they do it anyway – they make decisions as if those statistics just can’t happen to them,” he added. Increased state and national messaging about the dangers of driving drunk, coupled with checkpoints and increased officers on the road, aim to drastically reduce the toll of drunk driving. “Anyone can tell you that it is unsafe to drink and drive. However, we still lose hundreds of Tennesseans each year due to this behavior,” said Governor’s Highway Safety Office Director Kendell Poole. “Our law enforcement partners will be out in full force looking for drivers under the influence of alcohol, and they will arrest you.” A single DUI conviction can cost an individual $5,000 or more in addition to jail time. Offenders could also be required to attend drug and alcohol treatment or to install an ignition interlock device in their vehicle. For more information on traffic safety, visit

REMINDER TO VOTE: The Huntland Police Department reminds the citizens of Huntland that many armed forces services members died protecting your right to vote. Utilize that right and get out and vote at the Huntland Community Center today. Polls close at 7pm.

The Huntland Police Department mourns the loss of four Marines killed in the active shooter incident today in Chattanooga, TN and will be flying the American flag at half staff, today and tommorrow, for the Marines killed. Pictured here is Patrolman Frazier saluting and Chief Albaugh lowering the flag to half staff.

Hope everyone has a safe and Happy Fourth of July from all of us at HPD

Pictured here is Officer Frazier, Officer Coleman and Emmanuel Church of Christ youth. Both officers stopped in and handed out stickers and participated in the events being held.