The NPD Patrol Division is always available to provide law enforcement duties in the Town of Nolensville. If emergency service is needed, immediately call 911. If you would like to request non-emergency police response, call (615) 776-3640. Patrol Officers' duties include but are not limited to:
- Responding to emergency 911 calls
- Filing police reports
- Processing crime scenes
- Conducting regular patrol operations in residential and business neighborhoods
- Enforcing traffic laws
- Responding to and reporting accidents
|File a Report|
Nolensville Police Officers can respond to non-emergency police reports at your home, business, or the Police Headquarters. If it is not an emergency, please call (615) 776-3640 to have an officer dispatched to your location. These situations may include (but are not limited to) vehicle burglaries, identity theft, or ordinance violations. If a police report is taken, you will be provided with the report number so that a copy may be obtained from our Police Records Division, typically within 5 business days. For questions about public records or reports, please call (615) 776-6690.
NPD’s Patrol Division provides on-scene response to traffic accidents. If you are on the scene of an accident and there is an emergency or life-threatening situation, immediately call 911 for emergency response to your location. For non-emergency accident response, please call (615) 776-3640 to have a police officer dispatched to your location. Copies of accident reports may be obtained at Police Headquarters inside Town Hall at 7218 Nolensville Rd. Please allow approximately 5 business days for report processing. For more information, contact our Records Division at (615) 776-6690.
|Extra Patrol / Vacation Checks|
If you are going on vacation or would like extra police patrols in your neighborhood or business, the NPD will “go the extra mile” as resources allow to accommodate your request. Please complete this brief form to submit your request.
|Criminal Investigation Division|
The NPD Criminal Investigation Division investigates, reports, and assists in the prosecution of various criminal cases that impact the Town of Nolensville. These may include both misdemeanor and felony crimes. Detectives are always on call to respond on-scene when necessary, and also provide follow-up services with victims. The CID division cooperates with other local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies in a variety of active investigations.
Copies of police reports, accident reports, and other public records may be obtained by contacting the Police Records Division during business hours at (615) 776-6690.
For information about starting a Neighborhood Watch group, please call (615) 776-6690.
Nolensville Police Department has an active Facebook page for community members to stay on top of the latest NPD news and events. Please "like" our Facebook page.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office provides fingerprinting services for a nominal fee. More information may be found by clicking here.
NPD Patrol Officers respond to emergency or burglary alarms. Many are false alarms, but the NPD treats each one with grave seriousness in case there is a real emergency situation. If you are on the scene of a real or false alarm, please cooperate with our officers. They may ask for your identification or take other appropriate measures to ensure your safety. Officers may leave an alarm notification tag if no one is on the scene of what appears to be a false alarm.
Please note: The Town of Nolensville does not require permits for commercial or burglary alarms.
|After-Hours Business Patrols|
NPD Patrol Officers routinely patrol local business after-hours, deterring suspicious activity and possible property crimes. Sometimes officers will leave a door handle tag when they patrol a business after-hours and everything appears secure, or to note something that seems out of place. These are simply courtesy checks by our officers, and are not an official warning or violation. Please contact our Administrative Offices at (615) 776-6690 for any questions or concerns about after-hours business patrols.