Lewisburg Police Department

  • Agency: Lewisburg Police Department
  • Address: 101 Water Street, Lewisburg, 37091 TN
  • Chief: Chuck Forbis (Chief of Police)
Phone: (931) 359-4044
Fax: (931) 359-8833
Email:

Lewisburg Police Department is located at 101 Water Street, Lewisburg, 37091 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Chuck Forbis. The Lewisburg Police Department phone number is (931) 359-4044.

Lewisburg Police Department News

We love our Dispatchers! Take time to thank a Dispatcher. This is the week we recognize the service they provide to our agency and our community. Without these dedicated telecommunicators we could not do our job effectively. Know that when you call for Police, Fire, or EMS the first voice you hear will be that of a dedicated professional who, although often overlooked, is dedicated to saving lives. We honor your service and thank you for all you do!

https://www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/bicycle-safety

Lewisburg Police Department Says Thumbs Down to Texting & Driving The Lewisburg Police will be partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) to promote the fourth annual Thumbs Down to Texting and Driving campaign during the month of April. April is nationally recognized as Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Agencies participate in the campaign by promoting safe driving habits and increasing awareness about the dangers of distracted driving. Throughout April, the THSO will use #ThumbsDownTN to promote the campaign via social media. “We need your support and cooperation to saves lives,” said Chief David Henley. In 2017, there were 24,781 traffic crashes statewide where distracted driving was a contributing factor, according to the Tennessee Integrated Traffic Analysis Network (TITAN). Of those crashes, 120 were fatal. “Texting and driving is a serious issue,” said THSO Director Vic Donoho. “The slightest distraction could lead to a fatal crash. We caution all drivers to remain focused and alert at all times. The THSO and law enforcement partners are cracking down on distracted driving in our shared mission to Drive to Zero Fatalities across Tennessee.” For more information, or to learn more about texting and driving, visit www.tntrafficsafety.org/distracteddriving.

Just a reminder....our Citizen Police Academy is filling up fast. If you are interested in attending fill out the application and return it to: Lewisburg Police Dept. 101 Water St., Lewisburg, TN 37091.

We are currently accepting applications for our "Citizens Police Academy" which begins in April. The academy meets one night per week for twelve weeks. As a student in the academy you will be exposed to all aspects of law enforcement and you will get the opportuinty to participate in real world scenarios and experience what is like to be an officer. To be considered for attendence you must complete the academy application and return it to the Police Department by March 21st. Class size is limited to 12 per session. To be considered you must meet the minimum qualifications: •Resident or have employment in the City of Lewisburg (this will be verified) •At least 21 years of age •NO ARREST RECORD (minor traffic violations are excluded) (this will be verified) THIS INCLUDES MISDEMEANOR CITATIONS, if you have one, please don't apply unless your record had been expunged no matter how long ago it occurred. •Able to attend 90% of the scheduled sessions to receive a certificate of completion. We look forward to meeting you!

Thank you Civil Air Patrol!

There are high water areas reported throughout the city. Please do not cross any areas where the roadway is covered. Be careful no matter where your travels take you.

http://www.tn.gov/tdot/article/bikeped-pedestrian-laws

We are serious about seatbelt enforcement. Please, buckle up.

Please pay extra attention to your speed and surroundings when operating your vehicle in our construction zones. Texting, eating, or any other distraction could easily result in the death of one of the workers who are defenseless when working on the side of the roadway. There has already been equipment damaged as a result of vehicle accidents because of distracted drivers. Luckily, no one has been injured. We sincerely appreciate your attention and your vigilance when negotiating our roadways. Thanks!

SUBJECT: THIEF CAUGHT AFTER STEALING WALLET/PURSE DATE: 30 January 2018 On 30 January 2018, at 7:32am, a service call was dispatched regarding someone breaking out a window of a motor vehicle and stealing a wallet/purse. Officers were patrolling their perspective Zones and quickly identified the vehicle/suspect described. A traffic stop was initiated by Officer Stallings which lead to a confession of the crime, recovery of the stole property and placement of the defendant/suspect, Quandras Hambright, into the Marshall County Jail.

View incidents and crime reported in our city. We are on: https://communitycrimemap.com/

Get ready....

We are lucky to have this resource in our town.

Please remember pets this winter. They are defenseless and need your care. Please call Animal Welfare if you see an animal in need (931) 359-7215. http://www.lewisburgtn.gov/departments/police/animal-welfare https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/general-pet-care/cold-weather-safety-tips

As temperatures drop this winter, the American Red Cross offers ten steps people can take to stay safe during the cold weather. 1. Layer up! Wear layers of lightweight clothing to stay warm. Gloves and a hat will help prevent losing your body heat. 2. Don’t forget your furry friends. Bring pets indoors. If they can’t come inside, make sure they have enough shelter to keep them warm and that they can get to unfrozen water. 3. Remember the three feet rule. If you are using a space heater, place it on a level, hard surface and keep anything flammable at least three feet away – things such as paper, clothing, bedding, curtains or rugs. 4. Requires supervision – Turn off space heaters and make sure fireplace embers are out before leaving the room or going to bed. 5. Don’t catch fire! If you are using a fireplace, use a glass or metal fire screen large enough to catch sparks and rolling logs. 6. Protect your pipes. Run water, even at a trickle, to help prevent your pipes from freezing. Open the kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing. Be sure to move any harmful cleaners and household chemicals out of the reach of children. Keep the garage doors closed if there are water lines in the garage. 7. Better safe than sorry. Keep the thermostat at the same temperature day and night. Your heating bill may be a little higher, but you could avoid a more costly repair job if your pipes freeze and burst. 8. The kitchen is for cooking. Never use a stove or oven to heat your home. 9. Use generators outside. Never operate a generator inside the home, including in the basement or garage. 10. Knowledge is power. Don’t hook a generator up to the home’s wiring. The safest thing to do is to connect the equipment you want to power directly to the outlets on the generator.