Mt Juliet Police Department

  • Agency: Mt Juliet Police Department
  • Address: 1019 Charlie Daniels Parkway, Mt Juliet, 37121-22 TN
  • Chief: Andy Garrett (Chief of Police)
Phone: 615-754-2552
Fax: 615-758-7076

Mt Juliet Police Department is located at 1019 Charlie Daniels Parkway, Mt Juliet, 37121-22 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Andy Garrett. The Mt Juliet Police Department phone number is 615-754-2552.

Mt Juliet Police Department News

Investigation underway after 14-year-old female pedestrian was struck by a car, operated by an adult female, in the parking lot of West Wilson Middle School. The child was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. Car’s side view mirror struck the child.

Our efforts to ensure school zones are safe will not stop. This motorist was just cited for handheld phone use while traveling through the Elzie Patton Elementary school zone on Woodridge Place.

Police activity on Sunset Dr is related to an adult male suspect, with an active warrant, who ran from officers while they were investigating a trespassing complaint at the nearby Walk-in Clinic. He is in-custody.

Today we joined fellow officers to celebrate the life of Officer Bowen, and it was evident that he was outstanding man to his family and friends, and an outstanding police officer to his community. Our department was honored to provide assistance through our Honor Guard team, who assisted during the services. We continue to pray for Bowen’s family and the Lebanon Police Department, and we hope for comfort and strength for them during this time.

‪Thank you to the Netherton family for stopping by today to express their appreciation to our staff.‬

Teen Arrested for Threat Directed at Mt. Juliet High School | Details:

Quite the achievement. Congratulations!

Congratulations to Lieutenant Jason Brockman on his recent promotion as he takes the helm as the department’s Investigations Division Commander. In this leadership role, Brockman will be the division commander over all investigative units, which includes the Crime Suppression Unit, Criminal Investigations Unit, and Task Force Officers. Prior to his promotion, Brockman served as Sergeant, leading the Crime Suppression Unit.

Car Burglary Suspect Caught on Camera Using Victim’s Credit Card | Details:

‪For #ReadAcrossAmerica Cpl. Taylor was at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy - MJCA in Mrs. Scott’s kindergarten class. He had the awesome opportunity to share a Dr. Seuss with them.‬

‪We were honored to pay tribute and respect to Lebanon Police Department Officer Bowen as he passed through #MtJuliet on Interstate 40 earlier today. ‬

‪Cpl. Christensen was lucky enough to participate in #ReadAcrossAmerica and meet the smart kiddos in Mrs. Martin’s class at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy - MJCA. Cpl. Christensen read Officer Buckle & Gloria to the group.‬

‪Headquarters is lit in police blue tonight in honor of Lebanon Police Department Officer Bowen and in support of his family, friends, and LPD. It will remain blue at night until interment. Our hearts are with them during this difficult time.‬

‪The Persons-of-Interest, who we were looking to identify, in a on-going investigation have been identified, and they are working with our detectives in hopes of solving the crime we are investigating. Thanks for your help!‬

Our department extends its most sincere condolences on the loss of Lebanon Police Department Officer Joseph Bowen. Officers are truly members of a much larger, police family; one whose many brothers and sisters grieve together. Our warm hearts and prayers go out to his family, friends, fellow employees, and the Lebanon community as they deal with this tragic loss.

‪Cpl. Taylor stopped by The Learning Center at West Wilson Elementary earlier today to speak to the Pre-K students. They each donated teddy bears for officers to hand out, too.‬

‪The kiddos at Rutland Elementary Pre-K got a visit from Cpl. Taylor earlier this week. They were able to meet a police officer and ask plenty of questions.‬

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‪You’ll see more officers on Woodridge Place in the afternoon, and they are focused on unsafe driving behavior. Please pay attention and slow down.‬