Clarksville Police Department

  • Agency: Clarksville Police Department
  • Address: 135 Commerce St, Clarksville, 37040 TN
  • Chief: Mark Smith (Chief of Police)
Phone: 931-648-0656

Clarksville Police Department is located at 135 Commerce St, Clarksville, 37040 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Mark Smith. The Clarksville Police Department phone number is 931-648-0656.

Clarksville Police Department News

On Friday. April 13, dozens were in attendance to celebrate the promotion of Officer Mary Honea to the rank of Sergeant and Sergeant Travis Filmore to the rank of Lieutenant. We would like to congratulate these two fine officers. The day was also a day to celebrate the retirement of Lieutenant Phil Ashby. He has been with the Clarksville Police Department since 1995. He will be missed.

A MESSAGE FROM DISPATCH Great things are happening in the Clarksville Police/Fire Dispatch Center. The Communications Center can sometimes be a little mysterious. We are those voices in the radios. Dispatch is made up of 34 employees, 1 Dispatch Director, 1 Q&A/Training Coordinator, 3 Shift Supervisors, and 29 full-time dispatchers. These diverse groups of people and the E911 dispatchers operate the comm. center 24 hours a day, 365 days a year no matter what is going on outside of those walls. We are a highly trained group of professional Telecommunicators. Each dispatcher is Police, Fire, HazMat, APCO, NCIC, and NIMS certified within 6 months from the date of hire. Here is some of our exciting news that has happened to date. In any field, perfect attendance is rare, in a career like ours, it is especially. We are truly fortunate to have two employees that received the “2017 Perfect Attendance” award: Ronte Kincaid and Lynn Stuck. Ronte and Lynn were present regardless of reports of snow, ice, tornadoes, heavy rains, holidays, or weekends. They showed their dedication to their department, officers and firefighters. Their passion for a job well done (in a field that often goes unnoticed) is a major accomplishment. This year we have the great honor to announce that Angela “Angee” Daniel has also been chosen as one of the 2018 APCO’s Annual presenters in Las Vegas, NV this August. Her presentation will speak about the issues organizations deal with in workplace bullying. The (A)ssociation of (P)ublic-Safety (C)ommunication (O)fficals is an international organization that receive many submissions to present at the annual conference and to have one of Clarksville’s dispatchers be chosen is truly awesome. We just celebrated National Telecommunicator’s Week and we want to send out our heartfelt “THANK YOU” to all the agencies/individuals that stopped by and/or sent meals to the Clarksville Police & Fire and the Montgomery County E911 dispatchers. We truly appreciate you. Our continued goal is to give our best to ensure that the citizens of Clarksville receive the best. Marla Bonner (RPL) Clarksville Police Department Dispatch Director

Wilma Rudolph is reopened from the down lines on the road.

DRIVERS BEWARE!!!!! Police are on the scene of a crash on Wilma Rudolph Blvd where some lines have been knocked down. Wilma Rudolph Blvd is closed southbound (heading into town) between Corporate Drive and West Dunbar Cave. Divert, if possible, before reaching the area. Pay attention to officers diverting traffic

Police are looking for ISAIAH POLLOCK. 19, OF Clarksville who has an active CRIMINAL HOMICIDE warrant for the shooting death of CAMERON ROSARIO ORTIZ on 3/25/18 at 2191 Memorial Dr. During the course of the investigation it was discovered ISAIAH POLLOCK met with CAMERON ROSARIO ORTIZ to sell him marijuana. It was further determined ISAIAH POLLOCK shot and killed CAMERON ROSARIO ORTIZ during the drug transaction. ISAIAH POLLOCK should be considered armed and dangerous. Additionally, POLLOCK does not have any local criminal history. Anyone seeing POLLOCK should call 911. If anyone has information, please call Detective Cunningham, 931-648-0656, Ext. 5195, TIPSLINE, 931-645-8477 , or go online and submit a tip anonymously at

CONSUMERS BEWARE!!!! Property Rental Scam A local property management company lists their properties on Craigslist. They found there has been a scammer utilizing their photos and information and posting the properties as their own. People are emailing this person about possibly renting and the scammer is asking for a money gram to be sent to him as the deposit. The scammers email is and his number is (832) 510-4628. There has also been a listing for this particular phone number on a website reporting scams. There have been variations of this type of scam reported before but with different numbers, emails and addresses. Carefully check out any renter to ensure they are legitimate. Remember phone numbers can be spoofed and email addresses can be fictitious so scams can come from any number or email address. If you have not experienced a monetary loss there is no need to contact Police to advise us. Thank you.

There is still time to sign your teenager up for the Student Traffic Awareness Training Class (STAT) class. The class will be held on May 5, 2018 from 9:00 until 1:00 at Grace Nazarene Church on Trenton Road. You can sign up through our website under Student Traffic Awareness Training. You can contact Misty Mackens at 931-648-0656 ext. 5453 or by email at

Citizen Advisory! There has been a facebook post circulating about a threatened act of violence at CHS. The post was taken seriously and investigated and it was determined to be Clovis High School in New Mexico and not Clarksville High School in Tennessee.

Drivers Beware!!! A utility pole was hit on Paradise Hill and it has knocked out power for several blocks. It has also affected the signal lights at Madison and Memorial. Remember if signal lights are out at an intersection, please treat it as a 4 way stop. Be careful!!

Police are trying to locate MARCY AQUINO, 45 who has a warrant on file for IDENTITY THEFT. She is alleged to have used someone else's credit card in lieu of making cash deposits for a business. If anyone sees her call 911 or if you have information, please call Detective Wimmer, 931-648-0656, ext 5527, TIPSLINE, 931-645-8477. There are additional charges pending. Thank you.

Still photos of the porch pirates and car.

On 4/2/18, around 337 pm, three thieves took five filled moving boxes off the porch of an Oakmont residence. The family recently moved here from Hawaii and the boxes contained many personal, sentimental items which cannot be replaced as well as some electronic equipment. The car appears to be a Black Kia Soul. The porch pirates took the boxes in under one minute. Police are asking anyone who can identify the thieves to call Sgt Filmore, 931-648-0656, ext 5451, TIPSLINE, 931-645-8477, or go online and submit a tip anonymously at

Old Scams, New Victims – Citizen Awareness Police have taken reports about some old scams, which have been around a while, but with new victims. First scam – Purchasing Puppies online Two people fell victim to a scam in which they attempted to purchase puppies online. They both sent money to a specified person and address. In one case, the 56 year old male victim sent a money order to a person in Pennsylvania and in the other situation the 77 year old female victim sent money to a person in Chicago. After the money was sent for the puppies, the victims were contacted and told they needed to send additional money for shipping costs. The female victim determined it was a scam and did not send the money. The male sent money for shipping costs and was contacted again saying more money was needed for insurance on the puppies. He declined and said he wanted his money back but it was too late. The female was scammed out of $750 and the male was scammed out of $1792 dollars Second Scam – Secret Shopper The 49 year old female victim responded to a secret shopper ad online and contacted the company. She was sent a $1300 check and was told to deposit the check. She was told to purchase a $50 item, two $500 gift cards, and keep the $250 difference for making the purchase. She followed instructions and sent the gift card activation numbers. The check was no good, so the victim was responsible for the bad check deposit. Consumers beware and do your homework before entering into transactions, no matter how good it sounds. There are many sources to consult such as Better Business Bureau and, in many cases, the scams are well identified and documented through internet blogs or inquiries. There is no need to file a police report unless there is an actual monetary loss associated with the scam. You can go online and report the scams through the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice just to name a few.

The Clarksville Police Union is sponsoring the 2nd Annual Cops&Bobbers. It's a great opportunity for children between 4-12 years old (each child must be accompanied by an adult) to become familiar with fishing and all the equipment is provided. If you have any questions, please contact Kevin Rushing at the email address provided. You can print the application off and submit it as detailed in the instructions. There are a limited number of slots available so get your applications in early.

Trough Springs Rd has reopened

DRIVERS BEWARE!!!! Trough Springs Rd is closed between Countryside and Savannah Trace. Take an alternate route

Police are looking for ADRIAM CANTRELL KENDRI HODGE, 21, 5'8, 160. On 4/2/18, around 1 pm, officers responded to a shots fired call in the area of Lincoln Dr. When officers arrived they spoke to a man in the 22 building who told officers he heard a knock at the door and answered it. There was a female acquaintance at the door with an unknown male. As he opened the door, the unknown male displayed a handgun and attempted to enter the residence. He fought with unknown male over the handgun and during the altercation, the firearm was discharged. No one was injured. The unknown male has been identified as Adriam Cantrell Kendri Hodge. He has a warrant on file for CRIMINAL ATTEMPT-ROBBERY. ADRIAM HODGE is already on probation for Weapon Possession by a Felon, Evading, Reckless Endangerment, and Aggravated Burglary. ADRIAM HODGE has a lengthy criminal history and should be considered armed and dangerous Anyone seeing Adriam Hodge should call 911. If anyone has information, you can contact Detective Woodruff, 931-648-0656, ext 5531, TIPSLINE, 931-645-8477 , or go online and submit a tip anonymously at .

Community Outreach – Holiday Barbershop Hosts Police Department’s Chat and a “Cut” CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – The Holiday Barbershop on Riverside Drive was good enough to host the Clarksville Police Department’s second Chat and a Cut on Saturday, March 31. It’s a way for the Clarksville Police Department to reach out to the community and meet citizens in a comfortable, non-threatening environment. The Chief and several other officers walked into Holiday Barbershop on Saturday morning with coffee and donuts in hand ready to meet and talk with patrons coming in for a “cut”. The conversation flowed freely as customers came in and out of the barbershop. There were also some children who were very excited to meet officers, especially when the officers had goodies for them such as a sugary donut and coloring book to offer. We appreciate Holiday Barbershop for allowing us to visit during their busy time and truly appreciate the honest exchange of information with the patrons of the business.

Police are trying to identify a man, possibly responsible for several vehicle burglaries occurring over the last three weeks. Each burglary was a target of opportunity type theft. The vehicles were all unlocked and the drivers left their vehicles unoccupied for a short period of time when the thefts took place--delivery drivers or dropping off at a daycare. The thefts occurred on the lots of Tiny Town Rd, Tylertown Rd, and Ft Campbell Blvd businesses. The suspect has been spotted entering a Jeep Cherokee at a couple of the burglaries. The value of the thefts have exceeded $9,000 in cash and electronic equipment. Also, the credit cards stolen from one vehicle burglary has been used. Anyone with information can contact Detective Rushing, 931-648-0656, ext 5383, TIPSLINE, 931-645-8477 , or go online and submit a tip anonymously at

DRIVERS BEWARE!!!! Officers are on the scene of a traffic crash at the intersection of Dunlop Ln and Ted Crozier. There may be be delays since the vehicles are crashed in the intersection. Probably take about an hour to clear. Avoid, if possible.

DRIVERS BEWARE!!! There has been an accident on Rossview Rd. Rossview Rd will be closed in between Dunbar Cave Rd and Rossview High enrance. There are officers on scene trying to divert traffic the best they can. It is frustrating, but please try to be patient and follow officers' directions.

DRIVERS UPDATE!!! Just got an update on the removal of the overturned tractor trailer at the intersection of Kraft, N2nd, and Riverside Drive. The removal of the tractor trailer will take a couple of hours. At first, it was thought to be a quick removal and would take about a half hour. But, reality set in and it is going to take quite a bit longer. Avoid the area and be aware it will be very congested and slow moving.

DRIVERS BEWARE!!!! We have traffic gridlock at the intersection of N2nd St, Kraft st and Riverside Dr. We have an overturned tractor trailer at the intersection. Try to find an alternate route. We do not have a time frame for the tractor trailer to be moved.

Ft Campbell Blvd at Lady Marion is open and normal traffic flow is resumed

DRIVERS BEWARE!!! Northbound lanes of Ft Campbell Blvd at Lady Marion will be intermittently shut down while Police are working a motorcycle accident. Avoid the area or find alternate routes if possible. Thank you.