For Immediate Release
Harriman Police Department is located at 130 PANSY HILL RD, Harriman, 37748 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Randy Heidle. The Harriman Police Department phone number is (865) 882 - 3383.
For Immediate Release
The Harriman Police Department will be participating in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. We will have officers at the Walgreens (1797 Roane State Hwy) in Midtown this Saturday from 10-2. (please note that we will not accept any syringes or liquid medication)
Come join us for our first annual open house! This wil be a great opportunity for you to meet our newest Police Officers, K-9 Mexx and of course our Chief of Police who will be on hand to greet you and answer questions. We will provide you with a tour of the police station, let you and your kids check out our new police cars, and for a lucky few, take your chance at dusting for fingerprints. We will also have light refreshments for our guests. At 6:30pm, Chief Pacifico will provide a brief overview of the future of the department and answer questions from the community at large.
Just a reminder, due to the traffic lights 🚦 being out downtown, please treat these intersections as a four-way stop 🛑 Our team is out actively patrolling and will help with any issues that may come up. HUB is aware of the problem and is working hard to fix it. Be safe!
Come join our great team! We are hiring for police officer. We are making big changes in the City of HARRIMAN and our Police Department!
We have re-opened the application process for police officer and are now accepting applications from certified officers and uncertified applicants. Are you the next Harriman Police Officer? Testing will be Saturday, December 2, 2017!
When is the last time you recorded the serial numbers of your TV, computer or power tools? The best way to help law enforcement get stolen items back safely in your hands is by providing us with serial numbers. If there are no numbers, simply make special hidden marks so you can identify the property as yours. Don’t forget to take pictures! We encourage you to use these simple suggestions to help protect your property! As always, stay safe and have a great rest of the week!
Happy 1 year anniversary at HPD to Chief Derek Pacifico from the employees of the Harriman Police Department!
If you have any information on these clubs, please contact Det. Kasey Mynatt. email@example.com or 865-882-3383
We would like your help identifying the individuals and vehicle in these photos. They were involved in a theft at one of our local businesses this week. If you have any information that will lead to their arrest, please contact the Harriman Police Department. 865-882-3383 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a safe week!
A special thanks to these three for keeping us stocked with plenty of stuffed animals to give out to children who might need a smile 😊
Thank you Riverside Baptist Church for our boxes of goodies! We truly appreciate the kind gesture.
Detective Cody Guge and Officer Caleb Taylor got a chance to visit with some children from Harriman United Methodist Church who made special bears for the officers to hand out to other children who might be frightened during police calls. Thank you to these children who are so thoughtful of others. We are a blessed city for sure.
Emergency shelter for storm victims at Harriman High School.
"For all you have done and all you will do 💙 I am safe because of you 💙" . Thank you Mattison for our beautiful sign!
***UPDATE: The owner of the drone has been located and the property has been returned. Thank you everyone for your help in this matter. The Harriman Police Department is asking for your help in finding the owner of a drone that was recovered last night. If you have lost or had a DJI brand drone stolen please contact the Harriman Police Department detective bureau. Contact information: (865) 882-3383 email@example.com *Please share this post
Channel 15 recording of Chief Pacifico's state of the Harriman Police Department address.
In honor of National Police Week. Thousands of officers, their families and their supporters are in Washington, D.C. this week to celebrate National Police Week and honor officers who have died in the line of duty.
State of the department address by Chief Pacifico.
Kickball with Bowers Elementary School