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

Road Closure Notice: Twin Oaks Drive The City of Lexington Street Department has partially closed one lane of Twin Oaks Drive due to a partial collapse of the street. Repairs are preliminary estimated at a week. Please use caution in the area.

Don’t forget to come by the VFW today and be a part of Community Day! There’s food, sports to watch, and fun for everyone.

Please review projected weekend conditions.

Auction Day - Saturday April 7, 2018. 1000 AM - Everything will sell. Additional Surplus property will also be sold. ( Not pictured)

*** Update*** The severe weather threat has been upgraded to a moderate risk across much of the Mid-South. Damaging winds and large hail are the primary threats. A few tornadoes are possible with a significant tornado possible NE AR, MO Bootheel or NW TN. #tnwx #arwx #mowx #mswx

Potential severe weather to be in our area tomorrow. Please be alert as the day progresses and make sure your prepared in the event severe weather strikes.

Please review and prepare.

Strong to severe storms will be possible on Monday. Large hail and damaging winds are the primary threats, but a few tornadoes are possible as well. Authority: National Weather Service - Memphis

The officers of the Lexington Police Department would like to thank these wonderful Girl Scouts for going out of their way to show their faith for the police officers who serve to protect them and their support for the Lexington Police Department.

Construction workers will be painting crosswalks today at the Walgreens Intersection.

As daylight savings time begins and you spring forward, we want to ensure you do so safely. Please take a moment to review the spring safety tips that you can do to make sure you have a safe and happy home! Home Security Check Make sure all your door locks are working and install deadbolts on all doors with outside access. Install motion sensitive outdoor lights. These are not only great for your safety but also deters criminals from breaking in. Trim your shrubs around the home where burglars can hide when breaking into your home. All shrubs should be cut back below the window. Remember to go through old files and shred unnecessary paperwork and file away important documents in a fireproof safe. If it’s affordable for you, no more putting this one-off, if you don’t have a security system this is the single most important thing you can do to secure your house from fire, flooding and crime. Smoke Alarms Three out of every five deaths caused by home fires are a result of the homeowner not having a smoke alarm or having one that doesn’t work according to the National Fire Protection Association. Make sure you test your smoke alarms every month and replace the battery at least once a year. If the alarm makes a “chirping” sound, then replace the battery immediately. You can contact the local fire department with assistance if you need it. Carbon Monoxide Detectors Anything that burns fuel can potentially become a source of carbon monoxide, which is an invisible, odorless gas that can kill. CO alarms should be installed in a central location outside each bedroom and on every level of your home. The safety tips for CO detectors mirror those of smoke alarms: change the batteries and test the alarms regularly. Also, make sure that vents for your gas appliances (fireplace, dryer, stove, furnace) are free and clear of snow or debris. Family Emergency Plan The National Safety Council recommends every family have an emergency plan in place in the event of a natural disaster or other catastrophic event. Spring is a great time to review that plan with your family members. Have a home and car emergency kit. FEMA says an emergency kit should include one gallon of water per day for each person, at least a three day supply of food, flashlight, batteries, an updated first aid kit, filter mask, plastic sheeting and duct tape, and medicines. You can visit the website www.fema.com for a more detailed list. Your emergency plan should also include a communication plan to outline how your family members will contact one another and where to meet if it’s safe to go outside, if it’s not safe to go outside due to contaminated air or other factors, you need to consider creating a shelter in place plan that is indoors; FEMA recommends sealing windows, doors, and air vents with plastic sheeting if this occurs. You also need to think of a getaway plan that includes various routes and destinations in different directions and make sure each family members knows which route they are to take and everyone should know where each individual will be once they reach their destination. Get Rid of Unwanted Medicines Take unwanted or expired medicines to a prescription drop box or drug take back event that may be occurring near you. There is a drug take back box located in the lobby of the Lexington Police Department for the public’s convenience where you can safely drop your unwanted or expired medicine safely to be destroyed. There will also be a drug take back event in Lexington with drop boxes set up outside Walgreens and Family Pharmacy on April 28th, 2018 with personnel from the police department there to assist you. Getting the Urge to Clean? With the warm weather comes a desire to shine and polish your home. But when warning labels are ignored or chemicals fall into the wrong hand, disaster can strike! Learn what you can do to keep your family safe around poisons that are used in your home. Window Safety With warmer temperatures arriving, it’s important to practice window safety – especially in homes where there are young children. Make sure all the locks on your windows work properly and the screens on the outside of them are in place and secured properly.

Lexington Police have received several calls regarding a phone solicitation from an organization claiming to represent a national law enforcement officers. The caller attempts to obtain credit card information from the victim. This is another scam attempt.

The Street Department is reporting flooding on several city streets. Please use extreme caution and do not attempt to cross bodies of water were the street is not visible. Some of these streets include South Main Street and Dennison Drive.

Tornado Warning Henderson County. Use Caution.

Stay safe!

Please make preparations. Tornado Watch is in effect for Henderson County.

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.