Search for Police Arrests in Dayton City, Tennessee. Results may include: IDN Number, Court Date, Mugshot, Case, Division, Court Event, Court Role, Case #, Document Type, Booked/Served, Charge.

Dayton, Tennessee Jail and Mugshot Information

Dayton is a city with an estimated population of 7,248 based on the 2016 census. The city is located in Rhea County and is the county seat. The current mayor of the city is Gary Louallen.

Contact the Mayor:

(423) 775-1817

As of August 2018, there are 82 registered sex offenders who have listed Dayton as their place of residence. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 91 to 1.

Dayton, Tennessee Police Station Information

The total crimes in Dayton are 18% higher than the state average which has led to its ranking of F for crime and safety. The total crime rate is also higher than the national average by 45%. Based on statistical data, 11.3 daily crimes occur in the city for every 100,000 individuals. 82% of the cities in the US are safer compared to Dayton. Should you visit, you have a 1 in 25 chance of experiencing a crime.

The Dayton Police Department is tasked with the duty of protecting all life and property that can be found within its jurisdictional limits. The Patrol Division of the department ensures 24/7 coverage of the city and works with the Criminal Investigation Division in investigating crimes and apprehending suspects. The department also employs an Animal Control Officer, a Housing Authority Officer, and a K9 unit.

Dayton Police Department Address:

1191 S. Market Street, Dayton, Tennessee 37321

Phone Number:

(423) 775-8403

Dayton Police Department Additional Information

Address 1: 1191 Market St
City: Dayton
State: Tennessee
Zip Code: 37321-1454
County: Rhea County
Phone #: 423-775-8403
Fax #: 423-775-8437

Additional Information:

Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 6500
Number of Officers: 15

Dayton Police Department:

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Dayton Police Department Facebook:

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Dayton, Tennessee City Website:

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Open Records Request in Dayton, Tennessee

The office of the City Recorder is responsible for handling all public records request. He/she will be the one directing the requests to the appropriate City staff who will be fulfilling the request. All requests must be made in writing. Payment will be required for copies of public records before any copies are actually made.

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

Warrants generated by the criminal court are mostly served by the Rhea County Sheriff’s Office. If you have information regarding an individual with a warrant, you can contact the Sheriff’s Department at 423-775-7837.

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