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42 new police officers graduated from the MNPD Training Academy on February 7th.
Chief Steve Anderson honored the MNPD’s 2019 Employees of the Year, whose outstanding work made Nashville a safer place.
MNPD officers took 85 deserving Nashville children Christmas shopping at a South Nashville Wal-Mart through the Fraternal Order of Police sponsored Shop with a Cop Program.
Former Officer Eric Hayes is the recipient of the 2019 Theodore Roosevelt Police Award for Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
Congratulations to Nashville's newest guardians! Session 87 recently graduated after 5 1/2 months of rigorous training. Want to join our team? Visit joinmnpd.com
Central Precinct Officer John Anderson, a four-year veteran of the MNPD, lost his life in service to Nashville’s citizens.
Officer Nakia Reid, a 4-year MNPD veteran, is the department's new liaison to the LGBTQ community. Officer Reid succeeds Catie Poole, who was recently promoted to sergeant.
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