Arlington, Tennessee Jail and Mugshot Information

Arlington has an estimated population of 11,566 based on the 2016 census. The rural town is located in Shelby County which has its county seat in Memphis. The current mayor of Arlington is Mike Wissman who has been serving the city in this position since 2011. The office of the Mayor is a part-time position. Governance of the city is performed by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

Contact Mayor :
Phone: (901) 867-2620
Fax: (901) 867-2638

As of August 2018, there are 28 registered sex offenders residing in Arlington. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 413 to 1 which is near the state average.

Arlington, Tennessee Police Station Information

The town of Arlington is rated a C- for crime and safety. Its crime rate is 34% lower than the rest of Tennessee and 18% lower than the national average. The town is considered safer than 31% of the cities in the US. There are 6.35 daily crimes committed daily in the town for every 100,000 people. If you visit this town, the odds are 1 in 44 that you will become a victim of a crime.

The Town of Arlington does not have its own police department. Instead, the town is served by the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office which is headed by Sheriff Bill Oldham. The Sheriff’s Office is comprised of two divisions. The Law Enforcement Division consists of several departments such as the Canine Unit, Homeland Security, Multi-Agency Gang Unit, Narcotics, SWAT Team & Bomb Squad, Uniform Patrol, and General Investigations. These departments are tasked with the responsibility of keeping the public safe. The Administrative Division consists of the Command Staff, Public Relations, Records and Identification, Crime Prevention, and Media Relations.

Arlington Police Department Address:
201 Poplar Ave, Memphis, TN 38103

Phone Number:
901-222-5500, 901-379-7625

Arlington Police Department:

Shelby County Sheriff

Arlington Police Department Facebook:

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Arlington, Tennessee City Website:

Arlington City Website

Arlington, Tennessee Facebook:

Arlington City Facebook

Open Records Request in Arlington, Tennessee

The Town Recorder handles all Open Records Requests. You can download the request form online from the town’s website and submit the completed form in person or by mail. To learn more about the process, you can call (901)867-2620 or send an email to bowens@townofarlington.org.

County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Arlington, Tennessee

The Most Wanted list is maintained by the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office which is posted on their website. You can also lookup a warrant using the Warrant Information System. To search for a warrant, you can enter the person’s first name, last name, street number, street name, or the number as it appears on the card. If you have any questions regarding a warrant, you can call 222-5627.

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