Interim Chief of Police
David Hazlett (615) 776-6685
For Emergencies Call (911)
|Police - Non emergency||(615) 776-3640|
|Police - Office||(615) 776-6685|
|Police - Fax||(615) 776-3636|
|Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department||(615) 776-5050|
|Poison Control||(615) 288-9999|
|Animal Control||(615) 790-5590|
|Williamson County Sheriff Department||(615) 790-5560|
|Sheriff Dispatcher||(615) 790-5550|
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Notice(s) from Police Department:
Automobile Proof of Insurance
Showing Proof of Insurance when you are Stopped by Nolensville Police Department for a traffic violation: Evidence needed to comply with the law includes documentation such as an insurance card, binder or declaration page of a policy from an insurance company authorized to do business in Tennessee, stating that a policy of insurance meeting the requirements of the Tennessee Financial Responsibility Law of 1977 has been issued; or a certificate from the Department of Safety noting that a cash deposit or bond has been posted in the amount required by the Tennessee Financial Responsibility Law of 1977, or that a person has qualified as a self-insurer under Section 55-12-111, or the motor vehicle being operated at the time of the violation was owned by a carrier subject to the jurisdiction of the Department of Safety or the Interstate Commerce Commission, or was owned by the United States, this state or any political subdivision thereof, and that such motor vehicle was being operated with the owner's consent.
Penalties for Violations: A conviction for failure to provide evidence of financial responsibility will be a Class C misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not more than fifty dollars ($50.00) (In Nolensville Municipal Court). Also, once the State is notified of a conviction, the State will suspend the violator's drivers license.
Tennessee Seat Belt Law
Tennessee Department of Transportation - Click It or Ticket
Every hour, at least one person in this country dies because he or she did not buckle up. Failure to use a seat belt contributes to more fatalities than any other single traffic safety-related behavior.
More than 60% of vehicle occupants killed in crashes in Tennessee were not wearing safety belts. Research shows it is almost nine times safer to wear your safety belt.
Unrestrained children are 4.2 times more likely to die in a crash than restrained children. Less than 1% of children properly restrained were killed.
Tennessee’s local and state law enforcement officials work strenuously to educate every Tennessean through the Click It or Ticket campaign as to the necessity of seat belt usage by utilizing safety checkpoints and public information messages. For more information go to: http://www.tdot.state.tn.us/clickitorticket