Hendersonville Police Department

  • Agency: Hendersonville Police Department
  • Address: 3 Executive Park Dr., Hendersonville, 37075 TN
  • Chief: Terry Frizzell (Chief of Police)
Phone: (615)-822-1111

Hendersonville Police Department is located at 3 Executive Park Dr., Hendersonville, 37075 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Terry Frizzell. The Hendersonville Police Department phone number is (615)-822-1111.

Hendersonville Police Department News

Update On January 19, 2018 at approximately 12:50am the Hendersonville Police Department, the F.B.I. Violent Crimes Task Force with the assistance of the Metro Nashville Police Department, arrested Derek Perry, 35 years of age, on warrants taken out by Det. Neal Harris of the Hendersonville Police Department. The F.B.I. provided information to the Hendersonville Police Department and after an investigation it was determined that Derek Perry committed the robbery at 169 East Main Street. The Hendersonville Police Department was able to locate Derek Perry at the Roadway Inn, 311 West Trinity Lane, Nashville. Derek Perry was taken into custody without further incident, by the Hendersonville Police Department and the F.B.I. Violent Crimes Task Force. As a result of this arrest it has been determined that Perry is possibly facing charges for five other bank robberies in the Nashville area. At the time of this release Perry in in Federal custody and the court date for the state charges has not been determined.

HPD will be in attendance for a community meeting on January 19 for all of Ward 6. The meeting is hosted by Aldermen Waters and Alderman Stamper and will be held at the VFW at 73 New Shackle Island Road at 6pm. We hope to see you there.

HPD needs your help identifying the person pictured below. He is a suspect in a bank robbery that occurred on 1/18/18 at 1213 p.m. at U.S. Bank at 169 East Main Street. It is believed he left the scene in a gray vehicle of some kind of an unknown make or model. Information can be reported to; Det. Lt. Jim Vaughn at 615-828-3882. Crimestoppers tips can be reported to 615-573-5400

Hendersonville City Court is cancelled today 1/16/2018 due to weather conditions. If you were scheduled for court today please contact the Court Clerks at 615-822-1000 to get your new court date.

HPD encourages everyone to use extreme caution If driving tonight. Please slow down, increase your following distance, and expect ice on bridges or overpasses.

The League of Women Voters of Hendersonville is hosting a discussion on domestic and elder abuse on Jan 13, 2018 at the Hendersonville Public Library (Community Room) 140 Saundersville Road. The guest speaker is retired Judge Jane Wheatcraft. The meeting time is 12:00-2:00pm. The general public is invited. For any questions contact the League of Women Voters at hendersonvillelwv@gmail.com. See the attached flyer for more event details.

Hendersonville Police Department will be testing for Police Officer Trainee Applicants on February 9. The deadline to submit the application and supplemental application are due to the Personnel office at City Hall by 4:00 PM CST on January 26,2018. For more details see the link below. Feel free to share this with anyone who is interested.

HPD needs your help with the attached BOLO in relation to vehicle burglaries that occurred in and around the Harbortowne Subdivision and the Rockand Road area sometime on the night of 12/20/17.

Huge Thank You to Alderman Andy Gilley, Alderman Steve Brown and Bluegrass Bar & Grill for collecting toys and monetary donations for the HPD Santa Cop. Pictured: MPO Tim Denning, Reece Michaud, Alderman Steve Brown, Anna Holland, and Alderman Andy Gilley.

On December 21, 2017 at approximately 2:02am, Officer Jones of the Hendersonville Police Department observed three subjects approach the Guns and Leather Store. They broke the glass in the front door of the business and tried to make entry. The suspect fled from the store on foot and got into a car that was waiting across the street. Officers tried to stop the vehicle and it fled the area. After a short pursuit the fleeing vehicle crashed into the field at Greenlea Blvd. and SR 386 in Gallatin. Five people ran from the vehicle. Three of the suspects were captured after a foot pursuit. The two other suspects were captured with the assistance of the Gallatin Police Department, Sumner County Sheriff’s Department and Lt. Brad Lund of the Tennessee Highway Patrol, Aviation Unit. Arrested were four juveniles: 14 year old male 17 year old male 15 year old male 17 year old female The four juveniles have been transported to Sumner County Juvenile Detention and are awaiting a detention hearing. They have been charged with Attempted Burglary, Attempted Theft under $1,000, Vandalism over $1,000 and Evading Arrest in a Motor Vehicle. The 17 year old drive has an additional charge of Reckless Endangerment with a Deadly Weapon. The only adult that was arrested was: Deangenet Parks, 18 years old from Nashville. She was charged with Attempted Burglary, Attempted Theft under $1,000, Vandalism over $1,000, Evading Arrest in a Motor Vehicle and three counts of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor. At the time of this release the bond and court date have not been determined for Parks. Her photo will be made available as soon as possible. The City of Hendersonville would like to send the message to those who are considering committing such crimes in this city, that we are committed to their apprehension and prosecution. The Hendersonville Police Department will expend the resources necessary to solve the crime, locate, arrest and prosecute the people who would prey on the citizens of Hendersonville.

HPD would like to inform businesses and citizens about possible traffic delays on the east end of town tonight. The annual precession of tour buses for Christmas for Kids will leave the Gallatin Civic Center at 5:15pm and will enter Hendersonville on Main Street. The buses will continue on Main Street until they turn onto North Anderson and then into Wal-Mart. Expect some delays along the route(until the buses pass) and then around the Wal-Mart area.

Please be aware of road closures related to the December 3 Christmas Parade. The detour and parade start times are listed below. Main Street will be closed from Drakes Creek Park to New Shackle from 2pm until the end of the parade.

Happy Veterans Day, thank you to all Veterans for your service.

***The following facilities have reserved 2 spots each in the 12/21 class; Grace Baptist, Good Shepherd UM, Life Pointe, Rockland Baptist, Northside CoC, Bellshire Assem. of God, FUMC(Hville), Fath Presby(Goodlettsville), Trinity Baptist, OLOL(Hville), Freewill Baptist(Hville), Church @ Indian Lake, Believers Baptist, Longview Baptist, Rock of Ages, St. Josephs. HPD is hosting an Active Killer Seminar/Training for Religous Insitutions. This class is open to represenatives of Churches/Religious insitutions only. This 12/5/17 filled up quickly and the new class is open to those facilities who could not fit into the first class. There are a total of 30 seats (2 FOR EACH CHURCH/RELIGIOUS FACILITY). Please have a Church decision maker (preferably a Pastor) RSVP to the following phone numbers and leave your facilities name and whether you will have 1 or 2 attending. 615-590-1014 ****We will offer more classes starting again in January and we will offer classes soon after open to the general public.