Union City Police Department

  • Agency: Union City Police Department
  • Address: 408 S Depot St # 2, Union City, 38261 TN
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 731-885-1515
Fax: 731.885.5567

Union City Police Department is located at 408 S Depot St # 2, Union City, 38261 TN. The Union City Police Department phone number is 731-885-1515.

Union City Police Department News

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT. Residents in the surrounding areas of central Union City, please check your garages and sheds. If you are missing tool related items please contact the Union City Police Department to file a report. Please have a complete list and a good description of items you may have missing for the officer when they arrive. Also, please remember to LOCK your garages and sheds. We live in a great community, but there are knuckle heads out there that prey upon easy targets, like unlocked garages, sheds, houses and cars. Union City Police Department 731-885-1515

UPDATE ****** David Madding has been arrested. Shortly after 12pm 01/12/18, the Obion County Sheriff's Department took David Madding in to custody . Good work to all those involved in his capture.

EMPLOYMENT NOTICE The City of Union City is accepting applications for the position of Patrolman with the Union City Police Department. Applications are being accepted until 4:30 p.m. January 19, 2018. Applications and a full job description may be obtained at City Hall in the Municipal Building located at 408 South Depot Street, Union City, Tennessee, 38261. The City of Union City is an equal opportunity employer.

NEW LAWS TAKING EFFECT ON JANUARY 1, 2018: It is ILLEGAL to operate a motor vehicle in any marked SCHOOL ZONE when warning flasher(s) are in operation and talk on a HANDHELD mobile telephone. This law does not prohibit talking on a mobile telephone that is equipped with a hands-free device while in a school zone. Also effective starting January 1, 2018, state law prohibits colored, stead-burning lights at the front of a vehicle other than white or amber. In addition, any flashing lights at the front of a vehicle are prohibited with the exception of amber emergency flashers.

Help with Chimes for Charity by Packing the Patrol Car today from 7am - 2pm in front of the Obion County Courthouse. We look forward to seeing you today and appreciate all your support!

#blackoutwednesday #drivesober

#BlackoutWednesday #DriveSober

“MAKE IT TO THE TABLE” FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 16, 2017 Make It to the Table: Don’t Drink & Drive this Thanksgiving Eve Union City Police Department urges consumers to plan a sober ride Union City, TN– As millions of Americans get on the roads to travel home and spend the Thanksgiving holiday reconnecting with friends and loved ones, Union City Police Department is serving them a reminder: “Make It to the Table: Don’t Drink and Drive this Thanksgiving Eve.” The Wednesday night before Thanksgiving is a cultural phenomenon called “Thanksgiving Eve,” an evening associated with drinking and a big night for bars. From 2012 to 2016, more than 800 people died in alcohol-impaired-driving crashes during the Thanksgiving holiday period (6:00 p.m. Wednesday to 5:59 a.m. Monday), making it the deadliest holiday on our roads. Union City Police Department and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will be running a blitz social media campaign, “Make It to the Table: Don’t Drink and Drive this Thanksgiving Eve.” On Nov. 22, the day before Thanksgiving, all of UCPD’s social media channels will be exclusively sharing content on the importance of not drinking and driving, and planning ahead for a sober ride home – a true takeover.

UPDATE: Deshawn Taylor is now in custody. NEWS RELEASE UNION CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT On 10/20/2017, at approximately 8:01 pm, Dennis Edward Neisler, W/M, DOB 01/04/1991, was found shot multiple times in the area of East Gate Village located at 521 Nash Street, Union City, Tennessee. He died from injuries sustained in this shooting. After intensive investigation, information has been obtained leading to the issuance of a warrant for 2nd Degree Murder for Deshawn Markee Taylor, B/M, DOB 12/11/1997, last known address, 525 Nash Street, Apt 65, Union City, Tennessee. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Deshawn Taylor (aka Nookie, aka Nuwop) are encouraged to contact the Union City Police Department at 731-885-1515 or any law enforcement agency. Taylor should be considered armed and dangerous. Information on the shooting or Taylor’s whereabouts can also be called into Crime Stoppers at 731-885-TIPS (8477).

Union City Chief of Police supports the Union City Golden Tornadoes! Go UC!!

Zero Tolerance for Drinking and Driving!

The Union City Police Department is asking the public to help us find Kenneth "Kenny Ray" Jones. Mr. Jones is wanted for the charge of Attempted 2nd Degree Murder. If you see Mr. Jones please contact the Union City Police Department or Crime Stoppers 731-885-TIPS (8477)

EMPLOYMENT NOTICE The City of Union City is accepting applications for the position of Patrolman with the Union City Police Department. Applications are being accepted until 4:30 p.m. July 10, 2017. Applications and a full job description may be obtained at City Hall in the Municipal Building located at 408 South Depot Street, Union City, Tennessee, 38261. The City of Union City is an equal opportunity employer.

The community got together once again to help raise funds for the fight against cancer. The Police and Sheriff's Department lent time to a some good clean fun in a Dunk Booth. Officer Chris Cummings and Capt. Darrell Davis were two of the volunteers from the agencies to brave the ice cold waters of the tank. When I say "Ice Waters", I mean ICE. 10 bags were added to the tank just before Officer Cummings climbed up to the seat. We hope you enjoy the pictures.