Nashville Police Department

Located in City Hall: 426 N Main St

Phone Number: (870) 845-3434

A Note From the Chief of Police: Amy Marion

Welcome to the official website of the Nashville Police Department. As the Chief of Police, it is my honor and privilege to serve and protect the wonderful community of Nashville. Our dedicated team of officers and staff is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of every resident, visitor, and business in our city. With a focus on community engagement, proactive policing, and fostering positive relationships, we strive to create a secure environment where everyone can thrive. We are committed to transparency, accountability, and continuous improvement as we work collaboratively with our community to address the evolving challenges of law enforcement. Together, let’s build a safer, stronger Nashville where all can Share the Hometown Feeling.

Nashville Police Department Officers

OfficerCall NumberPosition
Amy Marion501Chief of Police
Tim Bowlin502Criminal Investigator
Mark Barnes504Narcotics Investigator
David Galvan505Patrol Officer
David Shelby506Patrol Officer
Kevin Rodgers507Patrol Officer
Jackie Thomas509Patrol Officer
Jarrett Rogers510Patrol Officer
Jason Icenhower514Patrol Officer
Justin Garner515Patrol Officer
Dillon Roberts516Patrol Officer
Greg Parker511Patrol Officer
Ty Basiliere508Sergeant
Clinton Tedford 512Lieutenant
Hector Cortez517School Resource Officer
Danielle Terwilliger519School Resource Officer
Mike Hale518Part Time Officer
Randy Bohn520Part Time Officer
Justin Thornton522Part Time Officer

Nashville City Curfew:

The mayor, at any time a condition has arisen or is imminent which in his judgment constitutes a civil disturbance, riot, insurrection or time of local disaster, may declare a state of emergency and impose a curfew for such time and for such areas as he deems necessary to meet such emergency.

There is a curfew for juveniles, any person seventeen (17) or less years of age to be or remain in or upon the streets within the City of Nashville at night during the period ending at 5:00am and beginning:

(a) At midnight on Friday and Saturday nights, and

(b) 10:00pm on all other nights.

Exceptions to the juvenile curfew would include:

(a) When accompanied by a parent of such minor.

(b) When accompanied by an adult, at least twenty-one (21) years of age, who is authorized by a parent to accompany the minor for a designated period of time and purpose with a specified area.

(c) When exercising First Amendment rights protected by the United States Constitution, such as the free exercise of religion, freedom of speech and the right of such exercise by delivering to the Chief of Police a written communication signed by the juvenile and the parent.

(d) In cases of reasonable necessity for a juvenile remaining on the streets, but only after the juvenile’s parent has communicated to the Chief of Police.

(e) When returning home from and within one (1) hour after the termination of a school or city sponsored activity, or an activity of a religious or other voluntary association.

(f) When engaging in the duties of bona fide employment or traveling without undue delay or detour from home to the place of employment, or from the place of employment to the home.

(g) When the minor is in a motor vehicle for the purpose of interstate travel, whether through, beginning or ending in Nashville.

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