Milan Police Department

  • Agency: Milan Police Department
  • Address: 7029 Telecom Drive, Milan, 38358 TN
  • Chief: Ken Nolan (Chief of Police)
Phone: 731-686-3309
Fax: 731-686-2206

Milan Police Department is located at 7029 Telecom Drive, Milan, 38358 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Ken Nolan. The Milan Police Department phone number is 731-686-3309.

Milan Police Department News

The last day for Shop with a Cop/2017 City wide Christmas applications is fast approaching. All applications must be completed and turned in to Milan PD no later than Dec 1st at 3pm. If you or someone you know needs assistance providing Christmas for their children, you can fill out an application or nomination form anytime from now until Dec 1st. Donations are also accepted year round for the shop with a Cop event. Thank you.

FOUND DOG: Contact MPD at 731-686-3309 if you know who this sweet natured dog belongs to.

Avoiding ‘OPEN ENROLLMENT’ scams November 14, 2017 by Andrew Johnson Consumer Education Specialist, FTC Open enrollment is here. Whether you’re eligible for Medicare, selecting a plan through the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or have private insurance, you have until December 15 to compare plans and make coverage changes. But as you’re keeping an eye out for the best options, also keep an eye out for scammers. Here are a few tips for avoiding scams this open enrollment season. Eligible for Medicare? Anyone that tries to sell you Medicare insurance while claiming to be an “official Medicare agent” is a scammer. There are no Medicare sales representatives. The Medicare prescription drug plan (also known as Part D) is voluntary. Ignore anyone who calls saying you must join their prescription plan or you will lose your Medicare coverage. Do not give any information over the phone to someone who tells you that you must provide information to keep your coverage. If you need help with Medicare, call 1-800-MEDICARE or go to Medicare.gov. Looking for coverage under the Affordable Care Act? Only shop for coverage at HealthCare.gov. People who try to sign you up elsewhere may be scammers. Need free assistance? There are people and groups in your community who can help you find coverage and enroll in a plan — and it’s free! To make sure they are legitimate, use the local help resource at HealthCare.gov Buying private insurance? Make sure insurance is what you’re really getting. There are many medical discount plans that pretend to be insurance, but they are not. Your state insurance commissioner’s office can tell you if a plan is insurance or not and whether the seller is licensed in your state. Think you’ve spotted a scam? Report it to the FTC. If the scam is Medicare related, report it at Medicare.gov. And share these tips with your friends and family. It just might help them avoid a scam this open season. Tagged with: health insurance, scam Avoiding ‘open enrollment’ scamsSHARE THIS PAGE Facebook November 14, 2017by Andrew JohnsonConsumer Education Specialist, FTCOpen enrollment is here. Whether you’re eligible for Medicare, selecting a plan through the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or have private insurance, you have until December 15 to compare plans and make coverage changes. But as you’re keeping an eye out for the best options, also keep an eye out for scammers. Here are a few tips for avoiding scams this open enrollment season.Eligible for Medicare?Anyone that tries to sell you Medicare insurance while claiming to be an “official Medicare agent” is a scammer. There are no Medicare sales representatives.The Medicare prescription drug plan (also known as Part D) is voluntary. Ignore anyone who calls saying you must join their prescription plan or you will lose your Medicare coverage.Do not give any information over the phone to someone who tells you that you must provide information to keep your coverage.If you need help with Medicare, call 1-800-MEDICARE or go to Medicare.gov.Looking for coverage under the Affordable Care Act?Only shop for coverage at HealthCare.gov. People who try to sign you up elsewhere may be scammers.Need free assistance? There are people and groups in your community who can help you find coverage and enroll in a plan — and it’s free! To make sure they are legitimate, use the local help resource at HealthCare.gov Buying private insurance?Make sure insurance is what you’re really getting. There are many medical discount plans that pretend to be insurance, but they are not. Your state insurance commissioner’s office can tell you if a plan is insurance or not and whether the seller is licensed in your state.Think you’ve spotted a scam? Report it to the FTC. If the scam is Medicare related, report it at Medicare.gov. And share these tips with your friends and family. It just might help them avoid a scam this open season.Tagged with: health insurance, scamBlog Topics: Health & Fitness

On October 14, Steve Marsh Ford held a spectacular car show! All the proceeds from that day were being donated to Shop with a Cop. Yesterday, Chief Sellers was presented with a check for $1500!!!! THANK YOU STEVE MARSH FORD!!!

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This was found in the PD parking lot. Describe what's in the locket and claim your necklace. Thanks!

We would like to encourage everyone to come out to Auto Zone to get your vehicle washed! They will be there TODAY from 8am-3pm. We will be taking donations and ALL proceeds goes to this year's Shop with a Cop Program! Come out today and support this awesome cause!

We would like to thank the businesses and citizens who made Operation Coats for Kids a successful program. Because of your generosity, we were able to provide new coats, hats and gloves to 96 children!

Happy Halloween from Milan PD and the Clerk's office!

A second theft at the same business. Please help identify. Thank you.

Please help identify this person of interest from a theft at a Milan business. Call Milan PD with any information as to the name or whereabouts of this person. Thank you.

Here's an awesome Junior Officer ready for Trunk or Treat! This picture shared from Holli Renfroe. Thanks Holli!

Call from 877-382-4357? Hang up. October 24, 2017 by Andrew Johnson Consumer Education Specialist, FTC Scammers are using fake caller ID information to trick you into thinking they’re someone who can be trusted. The practice is called caller ID spoofing, and scammers can fake anyone’s phone number. Today, we got reports that scammers are spoofing the FTC’s Consumer Response Center’s phone number (877-382-4357). But don’t let that stop you from reporting scammers — it’s still safe to call the Consumer Response Center, and it’s also safe to report scammers online at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/#crnt&panel1-1 If you’ve submitted a report or request to the FTC’s Consumer Response Center, the FTC might call you for additional information. But we won’t call you from 877-382-4357. And the FTC will never ask for money or for sensitive information such as your Social Security number, date of birth, or bank account information. Scammers are constantly picking new phone numbers to spoof. Here are a few tips for staying ahead of scammers and their unexpected calls: If you get a strange call from a government phone number, hang up. If you want to check it out, visit the official (.gov) website for contact information. Don’t give out — or confirm — your personal or financial information to someone who calls. Don’t wire money or send money using a reloadable card. In fact, never pay someone who calls out of the blue, even if the name or number on the caller ID looks legit. Feeling pressured to act immediately? Hang up. That’s a sure sign of a scam. If you’ve gotten a call from a scammer, with or without fake caller ID information, report it to the FTC.

***ATTENTION*** The deadline to turn in an application for the COATS FOR KIDS program will be next Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 3PM. If you know of any child in need of a warm coat for the winter please have a family member fill out an application. Time is running out for this years event!!

It's that time of year where we all have an opportunity to give a little Christmas cheer to a neighbor, friend or family member. If you or someone you know is in need of help this Christmas, please fill out an application. The city wide Christmas applications are available 24/7 at Milan Police Department. If you would like to give to Shop with a Cop, we take donations year round! Don't forget the COATS! Operation coats for kids is in full swing! Applications for all programs are being taken now!!

UPDATE: MR. SMALL HAS BEEN LOCATED AND ALL IS WELL. MISSING PERSON: Kevin Michael Small Jr (25 yoa) was last seen around the weekend of September 22, 2017 and has not been heard from since. His mother advised it is unlike him to be missing for this length of time. If anyone knows his whereabouts please contact Milan Police Department at 731-686-3309.

Oakwood Drive is closed from the second entrance of Higs restaurant to Oakwood Circle. It is closed to through traffic. Please find alternate route. The street should reopen thursday weather permitting. Thanks!

MPD Leadership and Sports Camp 2K17

MPD's 2017 Leadership and Sports Camp was a huge success!

The Steve Marsh "Cruise In" classic car show was a huge success! Thank you so much for donating all the proceeds to the Milan shop with a Cop program!!