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Bells, Tennessee Jail and Mugshot Information
Bells is a city with an estimated population of 2,426 based on the 2016 census. The city is located in Crockett County, just 6 miles from the county seat, Alamo. The Bells City Mayor is Joe M. Williams.
Contact the Mayor:
Address: 12984 Highway 79, Bells, TN 38006
Phone: (731) 663-2350
Fax: (731) 663-2974
As of August 2018, there are 22 registered sex offenders residing in the city of Bells. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 126 to 1.
Bells, Tennessee Police Station Information
The City of Bells is rated an A+ for crime and safety. The total crime rate is 66% lower than the state average and 58% lower compared to the national average. It is estimated that only 3.24 daily crimes are committed in the city for every 100,000 people. The city is considered safer than 69% of the cities across the country. If you were to visit Bells, there’s a 1 in 85 chance that you’ll become a victim of a crime.
The Bells Police Department is responsible for ensuring the safety of lives and property in the city. The Chief of Police is Roger Jenkins. The department employs 3 other officers – Assistant Chief Kevin Ligon, Lieutenant Donnie King, and Patrolman Trey Butler.
Bells Police Department Address:
12987 Hwy 79, Bells, TN 38006
Bells Police Department Additional Information
Address 1: 12987 Hwy 79
Zip Code: 38006-3915
County: Crockett County
Phone #: 731-663-3131
Fax #: 731-663-0804
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 2500
Number of Officers: 3
Bells Police Department:
Bells, Tennessee City Website:
Open Records Request in Bells, Tennessee
All public records are maintained by the Office of the City Recorder. Requests for inspection or copies of public records must be submitted to this office. If you need more information regarding the process, you can contact the City Recorder at (731) 663-2350.
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Bells, Tennessee
Warrants are issued, maintained, and executed by the Bells City Police Department. You can verify information on a warrant or check its status, you can call the department at (731) 663-3131.