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Knoxville Police Departments Information

The City of Knoxville Police Department is the Law Enforcement Agency which governs over Knoxville, Tennessee USA. It is staffed by 384 Knoxville Police officers. The Knoxville Police Departments Chief of Police, as elected in 2018, is Eve Thomas. She is the commanding officer of Knoxville Police, as of now. Other units within the Office of Chief include that of the Public Information Officer and Internal Affairs. The elected officer responsible for Knoxville City is Madeline Rogero, the Mayor of Knoxville Police. Knoxville Police Departments is divided into 4 divisions – the Patrol Division, the Criminal Investigations Division, the Support Services Division and the Management Division.

City of Knoxville Police Department Divisions

The Patrol Division of Knoxville Police contains a majority of the uniformed officers who work for the City of Knoxville Police Department. The units contained under this division are –

  • Explorers Program
  • Crisis Negotiations
  • Cadet Program
  • West District
  • East District
  • SWAT
  • Repeat Offender Squad
  • Honor Guard

The Management Division of Knoxville Police Departments looks into all human resource, legal and financial aspects of the department. The units overseen by this division are –

  • Crime Analysis Unit
  • Planning and Grants Office
  • Accreditation Unit
  • Audits and Inspections Unit
  • Budget Office
  • Personnel Unit
  • Supply Unit

Knoxville Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division conducts all criminal and felony investigations within the department. The units within this division are –

  • Organized Crimes Unit
  • Internet Crimes Against Children Unit
  • Special Crimes Unit
  • Violent Crimes Unit
  • Property Crimes Unit
  • Forensics Unit

Lastly, Knoxville Police also contains the Support Services Division. The Support Services Division of Knoxville Police is responsible for the educational and training of the department, as also for overseeing any and all volunteer programs. It consists of the following units -

  • Training Unit
  • Volunteer Service
  • Chaplain Corps
  • Internship Program
  • Records Unit

Knoxville Police Department Email, Knoxville Police Department Address, and Other Contact Information

In order to get in touch with Knoxville Department of Police, you can make use of the Knoxville Police Department Email or reach them at the Knoxville Police Department Address. The Knoxville Police Department Address(Headquarters) is 800 Howard Baker Jr. Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37915. The Knoxville Police Department Address for the Knoxville PD Office is 305, S. Third Street, Knoxville, IA 50138. You can call the City of Knoxville Police Department at 865-215-7000. If you wish to communicate via the Knoxville Police Department Email, you can email the Knoxville PD Chief Daniel Losada at dlosada@knoxvilleia.gov. Incase, the Knoxville Police Department Email is unavailable, you can call them at 641-828-0541 as well.

Knoxville Police also has an official Facebook page, besides their website, which is http://www.knoxvilletn.gov/kpd.

Some More Information

Knoxville patrol officers work 12-hour shifts. The special assignments within this department are – firearms instructor, task force officer, taser instructor, field training officer, school resource officer and defensive tactics instructor. You can expect Knoxville Police Departments officers to be on call every hour of the day and every day of the year. The City of Knoxville Police Department works closely with the Marion County Sheriff Department. Its annual operating budget is a little over $1.4 million.

The KPD believes in open communication with the citizenry and participates in several community events to facilitate the same. The School Resource Officer program run by the Department places an officer to ensure the security of the participating schools. There’s also a program for enthusiastic citizens who want to be able to assist law enforcement. They can do so by joining the Knoxville Reserve Officers program and train to act as law enforcement reserves.

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