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Obion, Tennessee Jail and Mugshot Information

According to the 2016 census, Obion has an estimated population of 1,072. The town is located along the Obion River in Obion County. The county seat is Union City. The current mayor of Obion is Rodney Underwood who has been serving in this position since 2009.

Contact the Mayor:

Address: 137 Palestine Ave, Obion, TN 38240
Phone: (731) 536-6242

As of August 2018, 11 registered sex offenders are residing in Obion. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 121 to 1.

Obion, Tennessee Police Station Information

Obion is rated an A for crime and safety for its lower than average crime rate. Its total crimes are lower than the rest of Tennessee by 43%. Compared to the national average, the town’s crime rate is also lower by 30%. Statistically, 5.4 crimes occur daily in the town for every 100,000 individuals. Obion is considered safer compared to 65% of all US cities because the odds of becoming a victim of a crime there is low, 1 in 51. The town was also able to reduce its total year over year crimes by 49%.

The Obion Police Department is committed to ensuring the safety of the life, property, and businesses in the community. It is headed by Chief of Police Richard Pollock. The department employs two full-time officers as well as one part-time officer, all of whom are certified and experienced.

Obion Police Department Address:

222 W Palestine Ave., Obion, TN 38240

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Open Records Request in Obion, Tennessee

Public records in Obion are accessible to all Tennessee residents. If you wish to view or obtain copies of public records, please visit the Town Hall at 137 Palestine Avenue or call (731) 536-6242.

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

Warrants issued by the courts in Obion County are tracked and served by the Sheriff’s Department. Anyone who wants to verify warrant information is required to submit his request in person due to the confidential nature of the information. If you have information about the whereabouts of a person with a warrant, please contact the Sheriff’s Office immediately at 731-885-5932.

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