Franklin Police Department Seeking Qualified Applicants for Police Officer; apply today

The Franklin Police Department is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Police Officer. Under limited supervision, patrols assigned zone while exercising responsibility for the enforcement of state and local laws relating to public safety and welfare. Controls traffic, prevents crime or disturbances of the peace, and arrests violators. While working under often stressful, high-risk conditions, applies good independent judgment when dealing with dangerous or unusual situations and implements safe practices and procedures.

Education and Experience:
The required knowledge, skill, and abilities to satisfactorily perform job duties are normally acquired through attainment of an Associate’s degree or equivalent from two-year College or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Required Certifications/Licenses:

  • Eligible to become P.O.S.T. certified
  • At least twenty-one years of age
  • Licensed and qualified to operate a firearm
  • Valid Tennessee driver’s license

For more details, including salary, click below to apply.


Reward offered for ID of felony shoplifters

Franklin Police want to identify these suspects, wanted for the June 14 theft of about $1,700 in merchandise from the Galleria Boulevard Target. The couple selected a variety of merchandise over a 45-minute period, including personal care items, home décor, small appliances, electronics, and clothing. The two then rolled their cart full of unpaid merchandise out of the store and loaded it into their white van. The theft was later discovered by store security during a review of past video surveillance.

Information on the identity of these suspects
is worth up to $1,000 with an anonymous call to
Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
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DUI checkpoint announced, this weekend in Franklin

Friday night, the Franklin Police Department will conduct a sobriety checkpoint on Hillsboro Road to help stop impaired drivers. Checkpoints are one of the many traffic safety measures the FPD uses to prevent DUI crashes. We ask Franklin drivers to exercise caution and never drive while impaired.

DUI TrailerThrough grant funding awarded by the Tennessee Highway Safety Office, the FPD is provided with support and resources that help combat impaired driving, including training, equipment, and overtime pay for Franklin Police Officers conducting DUI checkpoints and saturation patrols.

Did you know that Tennessee law requires the pre-publication of sobriety checkpoints? Learn more.

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TBI Special Agents Investigate Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting in Williamson County

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At the request of 21st District Attorney General Kim Helper, TBI Special Agents are investigating the circumstances surrounding an officer-involved shooting that occurred Tuesday morning in Williamson County.

Preliminary information indicates the incident began around 9:30 a.m, when officers with the Franklin Police Department began pursuing a vehicle that had been reported stolen. After a period of time, the Franklin PD officers ceased their pursuit. Around 10:40 a.m., Deputies with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office spotted the vehicle near Lewisburg Pike. They initiated a pursuit that continued over the I-65 overpass at Peytonsville Road. The driver of the vehicle came to a stop on the overpass, got out of the vehicle, and brandished a weapon at the two deputies. One of the deputies fired, striking the driver. The driver was deceased at the scene. One of the deputies sustained a leg injury during the incident.

The TBI currently has Agents…

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Crime Stoppers cash offered for ID of fraud suspect

Franklin Police want to identify this suspect, wanted for fraudulently using a credit card. It happened at the Westhaven Kroger on June 9. The suspect used a cloned card to purchase a $350 gift card.

Information on this suspect’s identity
is worth up to $1,000 with an anonymous call to
Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
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Detectives seeking auto burglary suspect; Cash in with Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000

Franklin Police want to identify an auto burglary suspect who stole more than $1,000 in tools from a work van on June 9. The van was parked outside a business in the 1100 block of Murfreesboro Road at the time of the burglary. The suspect was driving an older model, white, 2-door pickup truck. A cash reward of up to $1,000 is being offered for information about this suspect. Call Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000.

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Crime Stoppers cash offered for ID of cloned credit card crook

Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for information that helps to identify this suspect, wanted for using a cloned credit card to purchase nearly $200 in gift cards. It happened at the Cool Springs Boulevard Walgreens on June 9.

Information about this suspect
is worth up to $1,000 with an anonymous call to
Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
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