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Murfreesboro, Tennessee Jail and Mugshot Information
Murfreesboro has approximately 136,372 residents according to the 2017 census. The city can be found in Rutherford County. It also serves as the county seat. The current mayor of Murfreesboro is Shane McFarland who is the youngest mayor in the history of the city.
Contact the Mayor:
Address: 111 West Vine Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37130
As of August 2018, 284 registered sex offenders are living in Murfreesboro. The ratio of sex offenders to residents is 1 to 456 which is smaller than the state average.
Murfreesboro, Tennessee Police Station Information
Murfreesboro is rated an F for crime and safety for its relatively high crime rate. Compared to the state average, its crime rate is only 3% higher. However, it is higher than the national average by 27%. It also has a higher violent crime rate compared to the national average by 58%. Statistically, 9.83 daily crimes happen in the city for every 100,000 individuals. 86% of the cities in the US are safer than Murfreesboro. And there’s a higher chance (1 in 28) of a person becoming a victim of a crime in this city. Despite all that, the city was still able to reduce its total year over year crimes by 5%.
The Murfreesboro Police Department (MPD) is dedicated to improving the quality of life of its citizens and visitors by preventing crime and disorder as well as ensuring the protection of life and property within the community. Several divisions make up the department which includes the Operations Division which has three different sections. The Communications section handles all emergency and non-emergency requests for police and fire. The Information Desk greets and assists everyone who enters the department while the Records Section receives, maintains, and preserves all records and property submitted by police officer. The Uniform Division provides patrol, traffic, and other special services to the public while the Criminal Investigations Division solve crimes. The latter consists of four separate sections which conduct thousands of investigations on specific crimes – domestic violence, general investigations, gang unit, and vice/narcotics. The Chief of Police, Michael Bowen, commands all the officers in the department.
Murfreesboro Police Department Address:
1004 N. Highland Avenue, Murfreesboro, TN 37130
Murfreesboro Police Department Additional Information
Address 1: 302 S Church St
Zip Code: 37130-3732
County: Rutherford County
Phone #: 615-849-2673
Fax #: 615-848-3260
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 75083
Number of Officers: 161
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Open Records Request in Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The City of Murfreesboro grants citizens of Tennessee access to its public records. Requests for inspection or duplication must be submitted using the Public Records Requests Form. The completed form may be submitted online or in person to the City Recorder’s Office. If you have any questions, please call 615-893-5210.
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Murfreesboro, Tennessee
The Criminal Warrants Division of the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for serving warrants issued by the courts. If you have information about an individual who is wanted by the Sheriff’s Office, please call the Criminal Warrants Fugitive Tip Line at (615) 904-3030. If you wish to verify information on a criminal warrant, please visit the Warrants lobby at the Sheriff’s Office.