Gallatin Police Department

  • Agency: Gallatin Police Department
  • Address: 130 W. Franklin St, Gallatin, 37066 TN
  • Chief: John A Tisdale (Chief of Police)
Phone: 615-452-1313
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Gallatin Police Department is located at 130 W. Franklin St, Gallatin, 37066 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is John A Tisdale. The Gallatin Police Department phone number is 615-452-1313.

Gallatin Police Department News

The Gallatin Police Department is seeking assistance from the public in locating Destiny Morris in reference to a vehicle theft from Enterprise Rental Car. The vehicle is a 2017 Hyundai Accent grey in color, last seen bearing Florida Tag 824-KUF. Ms. Destiny Morris currently has an ACTIVE WARRANT for theft over $10,000.00. If you have any information on this crime or any other crimes committed in the City of Gallatin, please contact the Gallatin Police Department at 615-452-1313

The Gallatin Police Department is currently assisting SCSO and Sumner County Schools in conducting an investigation at GHS. IT IS NOT an active shooter situation. For further information, please contact Jeremy Johnson with the Sumner County School District.

Thanks for the cookies! Auburn and Lynn with Girl Scout Troop 54 from Goodpasture dropped several boxes of cookies for the officers.

On 02/19/18 Officers responded to Swim World at 211 West Eastland St. Gallatin TN on a burglary to a vehicle. The suspect has been identified as Michael T. Kirkup “Sarge”. He drives a black 4 door Cadilac CTS that possibly has a temporary tag. Gallatin Police Department currently have warrants on file for Burglary and Theft. Any information or whereabouts please contact the Gallatin Police Department at (615)452-1313

UPDATE: The Gallatin Police Department, with assistance from Metro Nashville PD, the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force, and the 18th Drug Task Force, has arrested two adult males and one juvenile male in relation to last night's carjacking. Additionally, the victim's vehicle and belongings were recovered. Please remember to be aware of your surroundings and if you are involved in an incident and do not feel safe, proceed to a well lighted, occupied area and call the police. If you have any information on this crime or any other crimes in the City of Gallatin, please contact the Gallatin Police Department at 615-452-1313.

Avoid North Belvedere at the train track crossing until around noon on Sunday the 18th. CSX will have a train blocking the intersection until that time. Sorry for inconvenience and thank you for understanding.

The weather may be bad, but it does not deter those who want to make a difference in their community. These guys and gals braved the elements to take the test to become one of Gallatin's finest. Good luck!

Congratulations to John Flores, who attends Union Elementary, for winning the Rotary Club Wheels in Motion bike giveaway. Officer McFadden presented a helmet from the Gallatin Police Department.

Congratulations to Wrigley Daniels, who attends Union Elementary, for winning the Rotary Club Wheels in Motion bike giveaway. Officer McFadden presented a helmet from the Gallatin Police Department.

A big thank you to Lori Smith and Steven Macari. They stopped by and dropped off donuts for the officers for Valentine's day.

Traffic Alert! Lower Station Camp RD is closed due to rising water. Find an alternative route.

A big thank you to Nikki ,Dawn, and Wilson Bank and Trust for the blankets. They will be given to those who really need them!

The Gallatin Police Department is proud to announce the graduation of Reserve Officer Class #17. Congratulations, your hard work and dedication have paid off!

The National Weather Service in Nashville has issued a Special Weather Statement. for Wednesday night and Thursday morning. ...Patchy Freezing Fog May Cause Hazardous Travel Tonight and Thursday Morning... Much colder air will move into Middle Tennessee tonight. As the cold air joins with leftover moisture from recent rainfall, patchy freezing fog will form. These patches of freezing fog are most likely near lakes and rivers late tonight through about 9 AM CST Thursday. The combination of fog with temperatures in the 20s could cause a thin layer of ice to develop on some surfaces, especially bridges and overpasses. The thin layer of ice is sometimes called black ice, and is difficult to see. Travelers are advised to slow down and be especially cautious late tonight and during the Thursday morning commute. https://forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.phpcwa=ohx&wwa=special%20weather%20statement

A huge thank you to Joanie Neal with Acopia and Kelly Stephenson with Exit Realty for the pizza!

Traffic Alert: Due to an overturned truck , outside of the city, on Hwy 25 at Douglas Lane, expect traffic delays or detours during the evening rush hour timeframe.

Had a great morning attending the Gallatin Chamber of Commerce's Before Office Stuff Starts event at Umbra Coffee this morning. This event is a great way to get to meet and establish relationships with local businesses.

Congratulations to Larrina Gooch Guild Elementary for winning the Rotary Club Wheels in Motion bike giveaway. Officer Mesler presented a helmet from the Gallatin Police Department.

The Gallatin Police Department is seeking assistance from the public in identifying and locating the two women shown below. They are persons of interest in a theft from 740 Nashville Pike. If you have any information concerning this incident or any other criminal activity in the City of Gallatin, please contact the Gallatin Police Department at 615-452-1313.

Had a great time teaching the employees at Servpro about active shooter prevention and awareness.

Do you want to make a difference in your community on a daily basis? Making a difference at the Gallatin Police Department begins by holding ourselves to a higher standard and being accountable to those we serve. This allows the officers with GPD to make a difference in the community and with the people we come into contact with. The name on the badge says who hired you. The name on your nameplate says who raised you. If you can represent both with honor and integrity, come grow with us at the Gallatin Police Department. We are currently accepting applications for both full time and reserve officer positions. The physical fitness and written exams will be held twice on both February 16th and 17th. For more information on applying, testing, or benefits, please visit the City of Gallatin’s Human Resource website at: https://www.gallatintn.gov/250/Human-Resources or call 615-451-5890

The Gallatin Police Department is seeking assistance from the public in locating David C. Mills. On the evening of January 28th, Mr. Mills took a Tan, 1998 Oldsmobile 88, displaying TN tag # 5B35X9, from 723 N. Water (Discount Tobacco). If you have any information concerning the location of Mr. Mills, the vehicle, or any other crime in the City of Gallatin, please contact the Gallatin Police Department at 615-452-1313.

The Gallatin Police Department is seeking assistance from the public in locating Heather Lynn Bakos. Ms Bakos currently has an outstanding warrant for Theft. If you have any information concerning this case or any other criminal activity in the City of Gallatin, please contact the Gallatin Police Department at 615-452-1313.

Congratulations to Ciara Hall Howard Elementary for winning the Rotary Club Wheels in Motion bike giveaway. Officer Mesler presented a helmet from the Gallatin Police Department.