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

We would like to thank our community partners at Milan Arsenal for their generous donation to the Milan Police School Resource Officer Unit. Thank you for investing in the safety of the students of the Milan Special School District!

Ptl Scott reading to Ms Ownby's 1st grade class for Read Across America Day!

The career bus is at Milan PD!! Come on down before 4pm and change your future! Over 500,000 job opportunities at your fingertips with only ONE application!


FEB 26th -MAR 5th is SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK. ****************************************************** Flood safety. Flooding is a coast to coast threat to the United States and its territories nearly every day of the year. If you know what to do before, during and after a flood you can increase your chances of survival. For instance, it is vital to know what to do if you are driving and hit a flooded road. (Turn Around Don't Drown Song)

FEB 26th - MAR 5th is SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK. Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the various weather concerns for our area. Education is key to protecting yourselves and your families. ******************************************************** Today's topic is Tornado safety. If you are at home during a tornado: Go to a windowless interior room on lowest level of your house. Go to a storm cellar or basement if your house has one. If there is no basement, go to an inner hallway or a smaller inner room without windows, such as a bathroom or closet. Get away from the windows. Go to the center of the room. Stay away from corners because they tend to attract debris. Get under a piece of sturdy furniture such as a workbench or heavy table or desk and hold on to it. Use your arms to protect head and neck. If you are in a mobile home, get out and find shelter elsewhere. If you are at work or school during a tornado: Go to the basement or to an inside hallway at the lowest level. Avoid places with wide-span roofs such as auditoriums, cafeterias, large hallways, or shopping malls. Get under a piece of sturdy furniture such as a workbench or heavy table or desk and hold on to it. Use your arms to protect head and neck. If you are outdoors during a tornado: If possible, get inside a building. If shelter is not available or there is no time to get indoors, lie in a ditch or low-lying area or crouch near a strong building. Look out for flood waters which may also fill low areas. Use your arms to protect head and neck. If you are in a car during a tornado: Never try to drive faster than a tornado in a car or truck. Tornadoes can change direction quickly and can lift up a car or truck and toss it through the air. Get out of the car immediately and take shelter in a nearby building. If there is no time to get indoors, get out of the car and lie in a ditch or low-lying area away from the vehicle. Be aware of the potential for flooding. (What is a tornado? approx. 3:46) (Singing Tornado Song)

Help us congratulate Milan Middle School student, Patience Alter. She is this week's Milan Police SRO Student of the Week! To nominate a student email the nomination to

In this photo with Lt. Glenn are a few of the Milan High School students who have made the decision to speak out against criminal violence of any kind. Everybody can do something. We support these students in their efforts to make their community a better place!

Tornado Warning north Gibson County

Flash flood warning for Gibson County untill 11:15pm. 1 to 3 inches of rian expected over next 4 hours

Severe Thunderstorm warning for Gibson County until 7:30pm

A Tornado WATCH has been issued for GIBSON and surrounding counties until 9pm.

The FEMA building will be open tomorrow 2-24-18 from 3pm-9pm due to the threat of severe weather. All public welcome to take shelter there.

The following is an update from Chief Sellers, detailing the events leading up to the arrest of a local man believed to be involved in acts of racial intimidation and weapons offenses.

Help us congratulate Autumn Autry! She is the Milan Police Department's MHS Student of the Week! If you would like to nominate a student, email your nomination to

Is this your dog??? Found at Ennis/Lusk area If this is your dog, Please contact Milan police dept at 686-3309

Investigation update from Chief Sellers. Anyone with any additional information please contact Crime Stoppers or the Milan Police Department.

This video covers an update of a few of the new traffic laws for 2018. Do yourself a favor and check out this update. Remember, watch the video, like the video, subscribe to the Milan TN Police Dept YouTube channel, and share the video. #StaySafe

Plan on attending this public forum February 13th. Find out how you can be part of the SOLUTION!