Lexington Police Department

  • Agency: Lexington Police Department
  • Address: 88 First Street, Lexington, 38351 TN
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (731) 968.6666

Lexington Police Department is located at 88 First Street, Lexington, 38351 TN. The Lexington Police Department phone number is (731) 968.6666.

Lexington Police Department News

What an exceptional day supporting a great cause!! Our 1st Annual event was a huge success thanks to many friends of LPD, local sponsors, and great people. We would especially like to recognize our LPD Officer, Collins Bailey! Officer Bailey, you rock with your drive, dedication, and commitment to excellence!!

ALERT: We are seeking the public's assistance in identifying the person(s) that walked onto several residences property and stole their Christmas Decorations last night. The thefts occurred just north of the City, around Lexington High School. We are asking anyone that has video around their homes to please review and to contact us if they observe anyone in the night time hours on their property or near it. A Crime Stopper reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest.

Stop by our agency to see Officer Barnes and pickup a blue light bulb in support of Shop with a Cop!

Please buckle up and don’t drink and drive. The life you save could be your own. LPD will have additional Enforcement efforts staffed during the Thanksgiving Holiday. Please Drive Safely!!

June 9, 1993......Lexington Progress.

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The hot dogs are on!! Come by and see us at 88 First Street to support #shopwithacop!!

Swing by and see us today!

Community Bank located at 19 Natchez Trace Drive is taking $5.00 contributions for "Shop With A Cop". Anyone who makes a contribution will be entered to win a $250.00 gift card from Davis Dry Good's. The drawing date will be the 8th. To contribute for a chance to win this go in the bank and see the receptionist who sits in front of the tellers. Thanks in advance to everyone who contributes to this great event!

First Bank located at 101 West Church Street is taking a $5.00 contribution per person to be entered in a drawing where you will win 1 Aria Cooler with a stainless steel stand, cover, and ultra ice ($600 value). All contributions are being donated to “Shop with A Cop”! Be sure to get your name in for the drawing!

It’s that time of year again!! We are selling our blue light bulbs to help fund our program. This year the bulbs are much brighter than the previous years. Swing by our agency to pick one up for $5!

Reminder Lexington Police Department 2nd Annual "OPERATION FILL THE TRUCK" Saturday November 11th 10am-2pm at Wal-Mart. Please come out and help us help others! Any non-perishable foods accepted. Donations also accepted at Lexington Police Department. Please like and share!

Update: City Public Works Official, Keith Wish has advised that Natchez Trace Drive WILL NOT be closed during the paving project. However, he stated that everyone should expect delays. Please share this post due to incorrect details. State crews will begin roadway resurfacing today on Natchez Trace Drive. The project will begin at the East Church Street intersection and continue north to the Ash Street intersection. This project could take two weeks to complete (dependent upon weather conditions). Expect delays in that area and plan accordingly.

Calling all runners and walkers!!

Our agency has received brand new Halloween costumes ranging for 10u to babies (boys & girls) and bags to carry treats. If anyone is interested in receiving #FREE costumes please come by tomorrow from 10am-12pm and see Community Police Officer Wendy Nichols. We are located at 88 First Street. Please share.

Reminder to stop by Shoe Sensations for free finger printing.

The Lexington Police Department will be having its annual Halloween Bash on October 31st, 2017 from 6-8pm. We will have many special guests characters, games, and lots of goodies. Also, if you have time to eat, concessions will be available. Anyone who would like to donate individually wrapped candy, can still donate it by dropping it off at the Lexington Police Department.