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Kingston Springs, Tennessee Jail and Mugshot Information
Kingston Springs has an estimated population of 2,763 based on the 2016 census. The town is located in Cheatham County which has its county seat in Ashland City. The current mayor of the town is Tony Gross. Prior to being elected mayor in 2014, he served as a City Commission. Aside from serving as Mayor, he also serves on the Kingston Springs Municipal-Regional Planning Commission.
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As of August 2018, 7 registered sex offenders have listed Kingston Springs as their place of residence. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 402 to 1 which is near the Tennessee average.
Kingston Springs, Tennessee Police Station Information
Kingston Springs is rated A+ for crime and safety. The overall crime rate in the town is 95% lower compared to the state average. It is also lower than the national average by 94%. The town is much safer compared to 97% of the cities in the country. In fact, the chances of becoming a victim of a crime in this town is 1 in 555. Less than 1 daily crime occurs in the town for every 100,000 people according to statistical data. The town’s total year over year crimes has also decreased by 50%.
The Kingston Springs Police Department aims to protect the life and property of the citizens by preventing crime and disorder. The officers provide community coverage across two shifts, 7 days a week. Nighttime coverage is handled in cooperation with the Cheatham County Sheriff’s Department.
Kingston Springs Police Department Address:
396 Spring St, Kingston Springs, TN 37082
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Open Records Request in Kingston Springs, Tennessee
Requests for public records in Kingston Springs are processed by the City Recorder. If you wish to inspect or obtain duplicates of public records, you must provide a completed Public Records Request Form to the City Recorder’s Office. For more information, you can call (615) 952-2110 Ext. 12.
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Kingston Springs, Tennessee
The Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office tracks warrants issued by the county courts. If you wish to verify if you have a warrant, you will need to visit the Sheriff’s Office at 200 Court Sq, Ashland City, TN 37015. If you have information on a person with a warrant, please call (615) 792-4341.