Fairview Police Department

  • Agency: Fairview Police Department
  • Address: 7100 City Center Way, Fairview, 37062 TN
  • Chief: Terry M Harris (Chief of Police)

Fairview Police Department is located at 7100 City Center Way, Fairview, 37062 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Terry M Harris. The Fairview Police Department phone number is (615) 799-2435.

Fairview Police Department News

FAIRVIEW POLICE DEPARTMENT COMMUNITY EVENT APRIL 28TH 2018 10AM – 2PM DRUG TAKE BACK Bring your unused medications for proper and safe disposal Partnership with D.E.A. and the Williamson County Anti-Drug Coalition & CHILD SAFETY SEAT INSPECTION SITE Certified Technician's will be on hand to inspect your child safety seats for proper installation and safety as well as installing new installs that are needed free of charge. If you are soon to be expecting parent and you haven't installed your Child Safety Seat yet come out let us take care of that for you. Where: FRED’S PHARMACY 2415 Fairview Blvd, Fairview, TN 37062

Fairview, last week we were fortunate to welcome Ryan Morgan as our newest graduate. This week I have the honor of presenting Lindsey Javins! Lindsey graduated the state police academy this Thursday in Nashville and with her addition we will be back to full staff. We are excited to have her in our family. Please introduce yourself when you see her patrolling our streets and welcome her to this amazing community. After a few more weeks of field training she will report to the night shift to serve.

Fairview, we are pleased to present our newest academy graduate Ryan Morgan!!!! Ryan, pictured in the center, graduated last Friday from Walters State Police Academy and after a few more weeks of field training will be assigned to the midnight shift. He is ready and excited to serve this community. If you see Ryan out and about patrolling the streets take a moment to introduce yourself and welcome him to this great city.

****Public service announcement*** Grace Works is having a large food basket give away this afternoon from 4-6. It may cause some traffic issues on 100 in front of their facility. We will be assisting with some traffic control but if you can choose an alternate route it may save you some time and headache.

April 28th 2018 Fairview Police Department will be hosting another Drug Take Back event. It will be at the Fred's parking lot in Fairview from 10am-2pm. In addition, this year we will also have a child saftey seat insepection site set up. If you are concerned if your car seat is installed properly, stop by and let us check for you.

Fairview citizens please be aware of a phone scam that I was just the target of. The American Police Officers Alliance called claiming to be a 527c non profit organization and solicited money. I let him talk and he went on and on about how they help departments get training and equipment. I ask him how departments could get some of that money and he told me I had to call this other number and they would explain how the departments receive it. Then I dropped on him how interested I was since I was the Chief of Police of Fairview and we would love some of their resources...........long pause and he said “you have a good day” and hung up. Researched it and they appear to not have a 527c non profit status. Please do not fall for this scam. Chief Humphreys

*****In custody in another state****** Thank you for all your help sharing the post . Fairview Police need help identifying the individual in the photo. He is wanted for questioning in some thefts that have occurred in the City over the weekend. If you have any information or know the persons identify please contact Det. Kenny McCallister or Det. Joseph Cox at 615-799-2435 ext. 116

‘‘Tis the season!” Saturday marked the day for the Fairview Police Department’s annual Shop with a Cop program. Last year we were able to help 20 children in need and our goal this year was 30. Due to the outpouring of support we were able to help 43 kids this year with Christmas. Read that again, 43 kids!!!!! We didn’t have to turn not one child away. They were all able to buy clothes and toys and have an amazing Christmas experience!!!! We have to take this time to extend some thanks to some people who made this amazing day happen. First we would like to thank Fire Chief Scott Hughes and his gang for cooking all the kids and parents a wonderful pancake breakfast at the fire hall to get the day started. We have to thank Walmart managers and staff for facilitating the event and for some much needed grants that helped along the way. Thank you to all of my officers who came out to help and did so with a caring heart and willingness to serve others. A special thanks goes out to Lt. Mark Sutton and Sgt. Ronnie Connor who worked so very hard to raise money and organize this day. They did a good job and without them this might not have happened on such a grand scale. Lastly, we extend our deepest thanks to the citizens of Fairview who donated to this cause. We spend the entire year raising money, and all of our fundraising efforts go to this one event. This is a wonderful time of year and your help proves what a great community this is and how giving you all are. I’m proud to serve this community and we at the Fairview Police Department wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and may God bless. Chief Humphreys

THE FAIRVIEW POLICE DEPARTMENT INCREASES IMPAIRED-DRIVING ENFORCEMENT DURING HOLIDAY SEASON FAIRVIEW, TN – The Fairview Police Department is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) to increase impaired-driving enforcement from December 13 - 31, surrounding the holiday season. The THSO’s statewide Booze It and Lose It campaign is part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over nationwide mobilization. We will be conducting Impaired Driving Saturation patrols throughout this Holiday season. Officer’s will focus on impaired driving on the streets of Fairview through overtime projects funded by our current THSO grant monies. Increased state and national messaging about the dangers of drunk driving, coupled with increased sobriety checkpoints and high visibility enforcement, aim to drastically reduce the number of drunk-driving crashes, injuries, and fatalities this year. “We ask all Tennesseans to please drive safely this holiday season,” said THSO Director Vic Donoho. “In December 2016, more than 500 traffic crashes statewide involved a drunk driver. Our state and local law enforcement partners will be out in full force to secure Tennessee roadways. We want everyone to make it home safely, so please designate a sober driver.” The consequences of a single DUI conviction for a first-time offender in the state of Tennessee may include costly fines, court costs, legal fees, jail time, mandatory drug and alcohol treatment, and/or the installation of an ignition interlock device in his/her vehicle. The THSO provides grant funding to support the Fairview Police Department increased enforcement efforts during the Booze It and Lose It holiday campaign. For more information about the THSO, please visit www.tntrafficsafety.org.

The Fairview Police Department would like to thank everyone who attended the Church Security class this past Saturday. We had 65 in attendance and we enjoyed a good day of fellowship, food, and learning.

Attention: the class posted is NOT an active shooter class. As described in the flyer it is catered to faith based organizations who wish to form or organize security teams to keep their facility safe during services. There have been some incorrect post on other social media pages identifying the class as an active shooter class.

Fairview Police Dept would like to thank all that helped with the Drug Take Back event. We were able to dispose of 82lbs of unused prescription meds.

Fairview Police Department is sponsoring a free class to faith based organizations. The course information is attached and it is designed to help local churches better secure themselves from incidents of violence.

The Fairview Police Dept will be conducting a drug take back event hosted at Freds on 10-28-2017 10am to 2pm 2415 Fairview Blvd

🎄SHOP WITH A COP🎄 APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR FAMILIES IN NEED. We are now accepting applications for the Shop with a Cop program starting today (10/2/17) through December 5th, 2017. Applications available for pick up at the Fairview Police Department (7100 City Center Way) from 8am to 4pm Monday- Friday. Thank you!

Please join the Fairview Police Dept. in congratulating our two newest academy graduates. David Martinez and Jordan Whaley who successfully completed the TN police academy today. Look for them soon serving the citizens of Fairview. Pictured left to right: Chief Humphreys, Officer Martinez, Officer Whaley, and Assistant Chief Odom.

Good information from TBI regarding scam IRS calls.

Stop by and visit us at the Fairview Police Department tent at Nature Fest 2017

Stop by and see us at Nature Fest 2017!

Shared from the city page... PLEASE BE ADVISED OF THE FOLLOWING ROAD CONDITIONS AND REPAIRS Chester Road is closed between Little John Lane and Birch Bark Drive. A construction and reopening schedule will be posted a soon as they are available. The Northbound Lane of Fernvale Road (the lane coming into Fairview) in the 7500 block is under repair. Drivers are asked to proceed with caution in the area and adhere to all traffic control devices.

Please use caution when traveling on washed out driveways and take note of the following road conditions: - Chester @ Birchbark ~ CLOSED - 7300-7400 Block of Horn Tavern ~ STILL CLOSED - Sleepy Hollow ~ PASSABLE USE CAUTION - Glen Haven ~ PASSABLE USE CAUTION - 7700 Block of Cumberland ~ PASSABLE USE CAUTION * The non-emergency phone number to Fairview Police Dispatch is 615-799-2435. If you have a life threatening emergency, please call 911 *

There's 20 minutes left for the Back to School Bash- Backpack give away at Fairview High School. Come on down, there's plenty left. If you're not able to make it today please contact GraceWorks for assistance. Thanks!