The Support Services division is a critical part of the police department. It is made up of 911 Emergency Communications Specialists, records and TIBRS, and the community services program sergeant.
The City of La Vergne Emergency Communications division is staffed twenty-four hours a day/seven days a week and is the first contact for citizens who dial 911 in the case of an emergency while also serving as the hub for all emergency activity that occurs within the city. Our Communications Officers find the appropriate division to respond in situations and resolve problems.
Records / TIBRS
The records division is responsible for entering, maintaining and storing all records pertaining to the daily operations of the police department. All incident reports, crash reports, arrest reports and other documents are managed through this division. To get a copy of a report call (615) 287-8695.
The Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System (TIBRS) On-line Reports System accesses data that is copied nightly from the live TIBRS database. The live data is updated at least monthly by agencies. Data generated from the reports for the On-Line Reports web site will not match data published in the four annual publications: Crime in Tennessee, Crime on Campus, Hate Crime and Law Enforcement Officers Killed or Assaulted (LEOKA). Those publications are based on a "snapshot" of the database frozen in time and will not reflect the continual updating of the live database by contributing agencies.
Community Services Program Sergeant
The Community Services Program Sergeant performs various duties to build relationships between the police department and the community they serve. The program sergeant coordinates programs that build trust and understanding between residents and the police. The sergeant coordinates and organizes the local D.A.R.E. program, Citizen’s Police Academy, the City’s local National Night Out event, and the "Coffee with a Cop" program.