Lexington Police Department

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

Lexington PD is sharing the link below at the request of the public works department regarding delivery of city services during this weather event.

City of Lexington Roadway Conditions Update: 0730hrs All primary and secondary roads leading into and within the city are snow covered and treacherous. City and State crews are plowing and salting roads as the snow continues to fall. Temperatures are forecast to remain below freezing. Recommendations: Limit travel to emergencies only and for those that must travel, plan on extended travel time to your destination. Please be safe!

Most recent predictions below. Please prepare.

Accumulating snow is expected to develop across the Mid-South Monday night and Tuesday. Here's a look at the latest forecast snowfall amounts. #tnwx #arwx #mswx #mowx

Please prepare.

City of Lexington Roadway Conditions Update: 1600hrs: As state and local crews continue their collective efforts, Roadway conditions have improved on state and US highways in the Lexington area. Secondary roadways have improved in some areas but remain very treacherous. (Photo below is Huntington Street) While some melting has begun, freezing will recommence as the sun sets. Please limit travel to emergencies.

City of Lexington Roadway Conditions Update: 1000hrs State and City road crews are out salting and blading primary and secondary roads. Conditions remain extremely treacherous. LPD is responding to multiple reports of vehicles off the road including four wheel drive vehicles. Response time for wreckers can be very lengthy. Many city streets are not passable. Please limit your travels to emergencies only. Note: State and local road crews cannot clear snow from private driveways.

Updated 2000hrs: Road conditions in the city remain treacherous on primary and secondary streets. Please limits travel to emergencies only. Updated 1500hrs: Snow continues to accumulate on primary and secondary roadways. Multiple disabled vehicles. Conditions very poor. Recommendation: Restrict travel to emergency circumstances only. Updated 1300hrs: Significant traffic crash incidents on interstate 40; 118 and 102 mile markers. Avoid areas. City street conditions continue to deteriorate. Local banks and pharmacies have closed. Recommendation: Restrict travel to emergency circumstances only. City of Lexington Roadway Condition Update: Primary and secondary roads are very treacherous. State and City road crews are working diligently, however, conditions remain poor. LPD has responded to several crashes and motorists assist requests. Please travel only when absolutely necessary and decrease vehicle speeds if traveling is required.

Subject: Initital Incident Brief - Interstate 40 Closure Initial Incident Brief 1. Situation: Due to a tractor trailer fire from earlier today, the asphalt is damaged on Interstate 40 eastbound near 840 in Dickson county. The eastbound lanes will be closed until repaving is completed. 2. Impacts: · Eastbound lanes will be closed until approximately 2200 tonight. 3. Actions Taken: · The TEMA State Watch Point has notified counties which may be affected with ambulance traffic en route to Nashville. 4. Weather: Currently 64 degrees and overcast. Tonight: 50% chance of showers. Low of 56. 5. Location: Address: From Interstate 40 eastbound at 840 in Dickson county to Highway 96.

Continuing to monitor potential for winter weather (snow) late week. Main uncertainty - amounts and specific location. Keep up with forecasts for updates/details.

Congratulations to Trooper Parker. Thank you for your years of dedicated service to our community and state.

Be in the know..... for 2018. 55-8-207. Prohibited use of hand-held mobile telephone in marked school zone -- Prohibited use of mobile telephone with hands-free device by person under 18. Effective on January 1, 2018 o (1) It is an offense for a person to knowingly operate a motor vehicle in any marked school zone in this state, when a warning flasher or flashers are in operation, and talk on a hand-held mobile telephone while the vehicle is in motion. o (2) It is a delinquent act for a person under eighteen (18) years of age to knowingly operate a motor vehicle on any road or highway in this state and talk on a mobile telephone that is equipped with a hands-free device while the vehicle is in motion. o (3) This section does not prohibit a person eighteen (18) years of age or older from operating a motor vehicle in any marked school zone in this state, when a warning flasher or flashers are in operation, and talking on a mobile telephone that is equipped with a hands-free device while the vehicle is in motion. A violation of subdivision (b)(1) is a Class C misdemeanor punishable only by a fine not to exceed fifty dollars ($50.00); and A violation of subdivision (b)(2) is punishable only by a fine not to exceed fifty dollars ($50.00).

Our 3rd Annual Shop with a COP event was a HUGE success thanks to the tremendous support from the community.

This season, we would like for the citizens of the City of Lexington and their visitors to have a safe, happy, and memorable Christmas. From Us to You.... Merry Christmas.

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.

May 5, 1993......Lexington Progress

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