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Oak Hill, Tennessee Information
According to the 2016 census, there are approximately 4,681 living in Oak Hill. The city is located in Davidson County where the county seat is Nashville. Oak Hill is considered a suburb of Nashville. The city’s current mayor is Heidi Campbell. Prior to being elected mayor, she served as Vice Mayor.
Contact the Mayor:
Address: 5548 Franklin Pike, Suite 102, Nashville, TN 37220
As of August 2018, there are no registered sex offenders living in Oak Hill.
Oak Hill, Tennessee Police Station Information
Oak Hill is rated an A+ for crime and safety due to its very low crime rate. Compared to the rest of the state, its overall crimes are 74% lower. It is also lower than the national average by 68%. In fact, the city is considered safer than 72% of the cities in the US. Statistically, only 2.48 crimes occur daily in the city for every 100,000 individuals. There’s a low probability, 1 in 111, that you’ll become a victim of a crime. The city was even able to reduce its total year over year crimes by 2%.
As a suburb of Nashville, Oak Hill contracts the Metro Nashville Police Department for police services, specifically the Midtown Hill Precinct. The Department of Public Safety, headed by Captain Tommy Campsey, is responsible for organizing the Neighborhood Watch programs in the community as well as relaying public safety guidelines and news to the citizens of Oak Hill. In addition, he is also responsible for acting as a liaison between the police department and concerned citizens of the community who wish to request more patrol officers in their neighborhood. The contact person for citizens of Oak Hill in the Midtown Hills precinct is Sergeant Michelle Jones.
Midtown Hills Precinct Address:
1441 12th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203
Oak Hill Public Safety Department:
Oak Hill, Tennessee City Website:
Open Records Request in Oak Hill, Tennessee
The City Recorder is responsible for handling all requests for public records made to the city of Oak Hill. If you wish to access public records, you will need to complete the Public Records Request Form and submit it to the City Recorder along with proof of Tennessee citizenship and any appropriate fees. If you have any questions, you can call 615-371-8291.
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Oak Hill, Tennessee
The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department Fugitive Unit posts Nashville’s most wanted individuals on its website. If you have information on the whereabouts of any of the individuals on this list, please call the Fugitive Unit at (615) 862-7348 immediately.