Cold Case Investigations
The Nashville Metropolitan Police Department considers any unsolved homicide that is 1 year or older to be a cold case. These cases are reviewed by detectives to determine if new technology or new evidence exists that may help to resolve the case. Cases are reviewed any time additional information becomes available.
If you have information on a cold case, you may email this information to the Homicide Cold Case Unit.
You can also call the Nashville Police Department's Crime Stoppers Division anonymously at 615-74-CRIME (615-742-7463).
Adult Missing Person
The Homicide Cold Case Unit also investigates all ADULT Missing Person cases that originate from within Davidson County. Keeping the inherent rights of an adult in mind, a missing person report should be made to the police department when a person is missing under the following criteria types:
- Juvenile: Per NCIC guidelines, a person is still classified as a juvenile between the ages of 18 – 20.
- Endangered: A person who is missing under circumstances that indicate that their physical safety is in danger.
- Disabled: A person who is missing and under a proven physical / mental disability.
- Involuntary: A person who is missing and presumed to have been the victim of an abduction or kidnapping.
- Catastrophe: A person who is missing as a result of a natural disaster or catastrophe.
- Other: A person who is missing under circumstances that there is a reasonable concern for their safety.
Contact the Homicide Cold Case and Missing Persons Unit at 615-862-7329.