99 Municipal Ave.
Crossville, TN 38555
Phone: (931) 484-7231
Mon-Fri 7:30am - 4:00pm
Chief: Rodney Shoap
The Crossville Cumberland County Crimestoppers program
has been a tremendous success in our community. With an average cash payout of over $200.00 and a track record of 100% anonymous tips, we expect great success in the future!
CRIMESTOPPERS continues to remain totally anonymous.
Call Sgt. Brian Eckelson at (931)484-7231 OR (931)200-1173 to find out how you will positively remain anonymous, even while collecting your reward!
Accident reports may be purchased online at www.tnbuycrash.com
On Wednesday, March 4, 2015 the Crossville Police Department graduated 28 citizens from the Crossville Police Department Senior Citizen’s Academy. The group began their adventure on Wednesday, January 14th and met each Wednesday following, until graduation.
Each week the citizen’s academy class meets on Wednesday afternoons to learn about law enforcement practices, policies and procedures and what suspicious activity looks like and how to report it. The main goal of the citizen’s academy class is to learn how to be partners with law enforcement in making the City of Crossville a safer place for all to live, work and visit. Crossville Police Chief Rod Shoap said, “It is wonderful to have so many active citizens playing a role in making our city a safer place by working in partnership with our police. And, there is no age requirement. Any adult may participate.”
The next Crossville Police Department citizen’s academy class is scheduled to meet in July. If interested, please contact: Sara Cole, Executive Assistant at the Crossville Police Department (931) 484-7231; or, the Fairpark Senior Center at (931) 456-6541.
Officer of the Month
Officers of the Month for February 2015. They are in order left to right; Chief Shoap presented to; Ptl Kevin Wood, Ptl Daniel Coleman, Ptl Henry Hunnicutt, Ptl Camden Davis, Lt Brian Tilley
Officer of the Year 2014
From left to right, Ptl Don Johnson, Ptl Daniel Coleman, former Chief David Beaty, Ptl Andrew King, Ptl Tim Vandever. The officer's were all selected for the Chief's Officer of The Year 2014, Chief Beaty would like to congratulate these four Officers for their hard work and dedication to making the City of Crossville a safe place to live, work, and play.