Collierville Police Department

  • Agency: Collierville Police Department
  • Address: 156 N Rowlett St, Collierville, 38017 TN
  • Chief: L E Goodwin (Chief of Police)
Phone: 901-853-3207

Collierville Police Department is located at 156 N Rowlett St, Collierville, 38017 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is L E Goodwin. The Collierville Police Department phone number is 901-853-3207.

Collierville Police Department News

Passing along two areas of road construction. Wilson Street, between Hope and South Rowlett will be closed to through traffic until December 10th. Use Hope to Sycamore as an alternate route. Detour signs will be posted. Also, Sycamore road, between South Street and Harris Street will be closed to through traffic, November 6th until February 28, 2019 for construction. Detour signs will be posted. If anyone has any questions regarding these construction projects, please call (901) 457-2300.

The Town of Collierville installed new school zone speed limit signs on Shelby Drive in front of Collierville High School. The school zone speed limit on Shelby Drive is 15 MPH, 6:30 am - 7:15 am and 1:45 pm - 2:30 pm, Monday - Friday. Please slow down during these times. The Town is also looking to install flashing lights soon to indicate when the school zone is active.

On October 29th, a victim reports that she believes she may have dropped a credit card at Lowe's, 425 New Byhalia Rd in Collierville. The card was used (not by the victim) approximately 45 minutes after the victim left Lowe's to make purchases at Walmart, 560 West Poplar. The first suspect, a white female, was wearing a gray sweatshirt and has short, two-toned blond hair. Second suspect is an older white female wearing a blue Memphis Tigers sweatshirt. They left Walmart in what appears to be an older model tan Ford Taurus. If anyone has any information, please contact the Criminal Investigations Division at (901) 457-2520 or you can submit an anonymous tip via text message to the Collierville Police Department, text CPDTIP and your tip to 847411 (tip411).

Help CPD identify auto burglary suspects. Sometime on the afternoon of September 23rd, in the alley behind Skybox Grill, 2140 W. Poplar Avenue, the suspects in the attached picture, are suspected of smashing a rear window of a vehicle and taking a purse that was in the vehicle. A possible suspect vehicle is a late model black Dodge Charger with black rims. If anyone has any information, please contact the Criminal Investigations Division at (901) 457-2520 or to submit an anonymous tip via text message to the Collierville Police Department, text CPDTIP and your tip to 847411 (tip411).

On October 27th, the suspects in the attached picture, were in Target and suspected of taking an Apple IPad and an Apple watch, valued at $1,078.99. The suspects were seen leaving in a tan SUV. If anyone has any information, please call Criminal Investigations at (901) 457-2520 or to submit an anonymous tip via text message to the Collierville Police Department, text CPDTIP and your tip to 847411 (tip411).

Today, Officers Sparks and Magnuson graduated from the 85th Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training session, hosted by the Memphis Police Department. CIT officers respond to any call where mental illness may be a factor. Collierville Police now has 28 CIT-trained officers, including six others who completed CIT training this year: Frank Renner, Major Fussell, Mikey Loveland, Ryan Lambert, Summer Fitts and Ben Hubbard. Officers Sparks and Magnuson are pictured here with Chief of Police David Tillner, Capt. Kenneth Rowlett, Lt. Chris Rossie and Ofc. Terry Smith.

The individual pictured here is responsible for using a credit card stolen from Collierville to purchase gift cards at stores in Collierville. Please contact Detective Riley in the Criminal Investigations Division at 457-2520 if you can identify this individual.

Halloween is CREEPING up on us! The Collierville Police Department wishes everyone a safe and happy Halloween experience. Take a minute to read these 5 tips to make sure you and your family stay safe while trick-or-treating. 1. Trick-or-treat with trusted neighbors. Use the Nextdoor Treat Map to plan your route ahead of time and find the safest, most efficient route to the candy. You can access the Treat Map here: If you’re planning to hand out candy this year, add your house to the map! Don't forget to choose the newly added Teal Pumpkin if you plan to hand out non-food treats for trick-or-treaters with food allergies. Help make Halloween a safe day for all kiddos. 2. Dress like a ghoul or goblin, but stay safe. Make sure costumes and candy bags or pails are reflective. Costumes shouldn’t drag too far on the ground to avoid tripping, and masks, hats, and shoes should be well-fitting. 3. If you plan to be driving during trick-or-treat hours, watch for children walking on roadways, medians, and curbs. Be sure to enter and exit driveways carefully. 4. Use well-marked routes to get to the candy. Always use the sidewalk, and do not cut across yards or use alleys. Wherever possible, cross the road at a crosswalk. 5. When in doubt, throw the candy out. Avoid candy that has loose wrappings, is completely unwrapped, has puncture holes, or is homemade and not factory-wrapped. Small children should not be allowed hard candy, which could be a choking hazard. If you have any additional trick-or-treating tips you'd like to share with your neighbors, please reply in the comments below. Boo safe out there!

World Mental Health Day, October 10th, is a day for mental health education, awareness and advocacy. On this day, thousands of people around the world come together to help educate people about mental illness and it's effects on people around the world. The Collierville Police Department is one of many local departments that have a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT). This team is comprised of 26 officers who are specially trained in helping people who are suffering from a mental illness and in crisis. For more information about World Mental Health Day please visit the World Health Organization website If you or someone you know is in need of help, please call us at 901-853-3207 #youmatter #worldmentalhealthday #mentalillnessawareness #cit

CPD received a letter today from Mr. John and Mrs. Barbara Giarretta of New Jersey. More than 8000 copies have been shared with law enforcement agencies in the United States. The letter reads: To All Law Enforcement Agencies Across the USA Our family wishes to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your dedication and service. In spite of all the restrictions put on law enforcement you still put on your uniform and go out every day to every call and put your life on the line to protect our families and communities. Our society would not survive without your service. Please stay safe and watch over your Brothers and Sisters. We pray daily for your safety. God Bless You! John and Barbara Giarretta From a Family that cares. Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Giarretta. We appreciate your prayers and the effort you are making to spread this message to law enforcement officers across the country. It means a great deal to us here at CPD! #johnandbarbaragiarretta

Traffic crash westbound Hwy 385, west of Byhalia. Please avoid.

A message from Collierville Schools. Students at both Crosswind Elementary and West Collierville Middle briefly "sheltered in place" this afternoon. An adult fled during a Collierville Police investigation but was quickly apprehended on Byhalia Road. All is well on both campuses, and school continues as normal.

A great example that shows when you lock your vehicle, you can prevent being a victim of an auto burglary. Notice vehicles on both sides of the street are locked.

Are You Interested in a Career in Law Enforcement? A professional career in law enforcement awaits you with the Collierville Police Department. We are currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. For more information, please visit

From Collierville Schools With the new Collierville High School Dragon Stadium at Landers SportsPlex come both new opportunities and new safety procedures. Please review the attachment with the specific guidelines for each age group of students: high school, middle school, and elementary school. For additional game day information, click here:

The classic cars have started rolling in. Be sure to stop by and see some very nice cars today!

The suspects pictured here are responsible for using credit cards stolen in an auto burglary that occurred in Collierville. If you can identify them, please contact Detective Watts of the Criminal Investigations Division at 457-2520.