DUI checkpoint announced, this weekend in Franklin

Sunday 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 to combat impaired driving, including sobriety checkpoints, saturation patrols, training, equipment, and overtime pay for Franklin Police Officers conducting those checkpoints and patrols.

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

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Franklin Police want to reunite unclaimed bikes with their owners

The Franklin Police Department is currently holding several unclaimed bicycles that officers have found abandoned, or that citizens have turned in after finding them abandoned on private property.

If you live in the Franklin area, your bicycle has been lost or stolen in the last 12 months, and you would like to see if one of the bicycles Franklin Police are storing could be yours, contact Sgt. Aaron Compton at (615) 550-6810.

Unclaimed bicycles will be donated to a local charity on Monday, May 20.

Registering your bicycle can help reunite you with your bike
in the event that it is lost or stolen.
Click for information on how to 
Register your Ride


Franklin Police offer Williamson women 4-day self-defense series

According to statistics, 78 women are forcibly raped every hour in the United States. Just as startling: One out of four college students reported being sexually assaulted sometime during their four years of school. The Franklin Police Department is proud to offer free self-defense training to women who live or work in Williamson County. The training incorporates awareness building, prevention, risk reduction & avoidance, as well as hands-on self-defense training by experienced police officers. 


Classes start in May | Registration is required for this four-day series:

May 6, 7, 13 & 14
All classes meet from 3pm – 6pm:
Franklin Police Headquarters
900 Columbia Avenue


For more information or to register, email
Sergeant Amy Butler
Download the RAD registration form here.

The 12-hour program is designed for the average woman with no previous experience or background in physical skills training. Mothers & daughters are encouraged to attend this free training together.

Helping to provide this training is something that I always look forward to,” said RAD Instructor, Sergeant Amy Butler. “Participants walk away from this experience with a renewed feeling of confidence that they can avoid or overcome an attacker, we just show them how.”


Missing Child Alert: Franklin Police need your help to find 15-year-old girl

UPDATE: 4/16/2019: 1:24 a.m. LOCATED SAFE, thank you for helping us spread the word that brought Kenzie safely home.

Franklin Police are asking for the public’s help to find a 15-year-old girl.

Kenzie Trojan was last seen at her Rogershire Subdivision home at about 10 pm Saturday night. She may have been at the CoolSprings Galleria Sunday afternoon, but has not been seen or heard from since. Kenzie’s parents believe that she ran away, but concern for her well-being is increasing.

If you have any information about
Kenzie Trojan,
call Franklin Police:
(615) 794-2513.
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Business owners, managers, & employees: Join Franklin Police & the Secret Service to learn more about counterfeit cash, Tuesday

Can you tell the difference between real and a fake? Do you know what a counterfeit bill looks and feels like? Do you and your employer know what to do when you suspect that someone is trying to pass a fake bill?  What do you do if you discover, after the fact, that you’ve received one?

If you own or manage a cash business, or if you have a job that has you handling money, Franklin Police and the United States Secret Service will answer these questions and more during the one-hour seminar: Know Your Money. The seminar is free and registration is not required.

Tuesday, April 16, 2019
8:00 am – 9:00 am
Franklin Police Headquarters
900 Columbia Avenue
Franklin, TN 37064

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Detectives still seeking tips on I-65 attacker; $5,000 reward

$5,000.00 Reward for Information 

Franklin Police have poured through more than 200 tips but are still seeking information about the March 24 attack of a 16-year-old girl. At about 8:20 pm, the teen pulled over on I-65 S, between Cool Springs Boulevard and McEwen Drive after her tire went flat. As she stood outside of her vehicle, waiting for her dad who was on his way to help, the attacker depicted in this sketch accosted the teen from behind, pulling her down the hill and into the ditch between I-65 S and the back side of the Mallory Lane Sam’s Club.

The teenager was able to break free and escape an apparent sexual assault attempt. The suspect fled on foot into the I-65 woodline and remains at large. Police are looking for a tall white male with dingy brown teeth and a medium build. He is believed to be in his late 30s to early 40s. The suspect had a “dirty-blonde” beard, and looked like he had not shaven other areas of his face for several days. The suspect is believed to be about 6 feet tall. The teen was treated at the scene for minor injuries.

Franklin Police are asking anyone with information, any information, to come forward by calling (615) 794-2513. Callers wishing to remain anonymous can do so by calling Crime Stoppers at (615) 794-4000 or clicking here to submit an anonymous eTip.

***Cash reward: $5,000***
Call Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
or click to submit an anonymous eTip
All tipsters will remain anonymous

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Do work that matters: FPD accepting applications for School Patrol; Apply today

School Patrol PromoThe Franklin Police Department is seeking qualified applicants for the position of School Patrol. Under general supervision, School Patrol team members work part-time hours, and are responsible for pedestrian safety and efficient vehicular traffic flow in assigned school zones.

Duties include directing vehicular traffic and ensuring the safety of children and other pedestrians attempting to cross traffic lanes in school zones. A high school diploma (or GED equivalent) is required.

The ideal applicant must be assertive, tactful, and able to work in varying weather conditions. Starting salary is $17.50/hour. Applications close on 04/15/2019.