Franklin PD Now Hiring: Police Records Technicians

The Franklin Police Department is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Records Technician.

Records Technicians are full-time employees who maintain Department records, and work closely with members of the community: in person, on the phone, and online.

The ideal applicant is proficient with computers and committed to ensuring high levels of customer satisfaction.

Starting pay is $16.44/hour
Paid time off, excellent benefits


Excessive noise from music & mufflers comes with $126 fine, in Franklin

Drivers who have recently traveled through downtown Franklin may have noticed electronic message boards reminding drivers of Franklin’s noise ordinance. Downtown residents are reporting an increase in noise from the drivers of vehicles with modified exhaust systems revving their engines, and loud music coming from cars. Both are a violation of the City’s noise ordinance.

Over the past several weeks, Franklin Police have worked to remind downtown drivers about the ordinance. Now, violators can expect to see increased enforcement. Citations for excessive noise come with a $126 fine.

Police are hoping that drivers who may not realize that they are in violation, and disturbing area residents, businesses, and patrons, will travel with greater care through downtown Franklin.


Franklin Fire & Police team up to fight hunger with “Badges Give Back” Food Drive, through June 14

The Franklin Fire and Police Departments are teaming up to help fight hunger. “Badges Give Back” kicks off today, and non-perishable food donations are being accepted at FPD and FFD Headquarters, and at all eight of the city’s fire stations. Between now and June 14th, you can drop off:

  • Canned fruits and vegetables, especially corn and green beans
  • Canned tuna and chicken
  • Soups
  • Spaghetti sauce
  • Jelly

“Badges Give Back” benefits One Gen Away, a Franklin-based non-profit that distributes healthy food to Middle Tennessee families in need. According to One Gen Away, donations typically decline in the spring and summer months, and Franklin Police Officers and Firefighters want to team up with their community to help bridge that gap. 

Donation Locations

  1. Franklin Police HQ – 900 Columbia Ave. (M-F between 8am & 5pm)
  2. Franklin Fire HQ – Franklin City Hall (2nd Ave. side at the flagpole entrance)
  3. Station 1 – 500 New Highway 96 West
  4. Station 2 – 907 Murfreesboro Rd.
  5. Station 3 – 298 Mallory Station Rd.
  6. Station 4 – 2039 Fieldstone Pkwy.
  7. Station 5 – 215 Noah Dr.
  8. Station 6 – 1061 Cool Springs Blvd.
  9. Station 7 – 1972 John Fitzgerald Dr.
  10. Station 8 – 200 Front St.

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Franklin citizen pledges $1k for ID of downtown burglars

A local resident has pledged a $1,000 cash reward to anyone who can identify these burglars. On May 17, they broke into two downtown businesses and stole cash from inside.

The $1,000 reward, privately pledged through Williamson County Sheriff Dusty Rhoades, is in addition to the up to $1,000 already pledged by Crime Stoppers.

Videos of both break-ins can be seen here:


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Franklin Police seeking ID of thief who keyed into 7 cash registers

Detectives in Franklin want to identify a thief who used a key to open seven unattended cash registers at the Cool Springs Macy’s. After stealing the cash, he left in a commercial tractor truck that was not hauling a trailer.

Call Crime Stoppers if you have any information

Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
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School’s out, vacations are planned, and Franklin Police are working hard to help keep you safe

With kids out of school for the summer, Franklin Police Officers are focusing their attention on local neighborhoods, parks, and shopping venues to help keep Franklin families safe.

The Department hopes that police patrols in key areas and an increased focus on neighborhood speeds and traffic safety will help.

Franklin Police Officers will even help keep an extra eye on your home while you’re out of town.

To take advantage of this free service, click to complete this online form,
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Pharmacy burglar wanted by Franklin Police

Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward to anyone who helps identify this pharmacy burglar.

On May 18, he hid inside the Murfreesboro Road Walgreens until after the store closed and employees had left. Once everyone was gone, the burglar tunneled into the pharmacy through the drywall and stole a large quantity of opioid pain killers.

Call Franklin Police or Crime Stoppers if you recognize him

Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
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Franklin Police need your help identifying this suspect involved in a road rage incident

On May 11th at approximately 9:30pm, this suspect pointed a black handgun at another driver in the parking lot of IHOP on Murfreesboro Road following a road rage incident on Murfreesboro Road.  The victim and a witness advised the tag on the vehicle was an Ohio plate. If you recognize this suspect or the vehicle, please call Crime Stoppers.

Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
click to submit an anonymous eTip


New video in downtown Franklin break-ins

Police are releasing new video from a Monday morning, downtown burglary. This is from French’s Shoes and Boots on Fifth Avenue N.

The other business targeted by these burglars was Baskin-Robins on Main St. Both crimes appear to have occurred between 12:30 and 3:30 am, May 17.

There is a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information in these cases.

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Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
click to submit an anonymous eTip

Franklin Police Officers save man’s life, pulling him from burning car

Franklin Police Officers responding to a seemingly routine call early this morning ended up saving a man’s life.

Shortly after 5 a.m., officers were dispatched to the area of Jordan Rd. and Westminster Dr. for an open-line 9-1-1 call from a mobile phone. While officers were on their way, they came across a vehicle that had driven off of the road and was on fire. The two officers moved quickly to free an unconscious driver from his seatbelt, pulling him from the car before it burst into flames. The driver, who is believed to have been having a medical emergency, was uninjured and is doing fine.

Officers David Edwards and Kyle Brink, the two officers in this video, are being lauded by their fellow officers as heroes. The Department plans to award both officers with commendations related to saving the driver’s life.