Sevierville Police Department

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Sevierville Police Department
Agency overview
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Legal jurisdiction City of Sevierville
General nature
Operational structure
Sworn members 58 (July 1, 2017)
Unsworn members 16
Agency executive Don Myers, Chief of Police
Stations 1
Official website

The Sevierville Police Department, sometimes referred to as "SPD", is the primary law enforcement organization serving Sevierville, Tennessee in the United States.

Patrol Division[edit]

The primary uniformed division of the department which includes vehicle and bicycle patrols. The reserve unit is attached to the Patrol Division. The Patrol Division Commander, a Captain, also oversees the department's special operations, including SWAT, K9, Bomb Team, and Crash Reconstruction. Other Patrol Division functions include the field training program, in-service training management, and community resource services.

Currently, the Patrol Division operates using a 12-hour shift model and staffs four patrol shifts and one community resource shift. Each shift is supervised by a Lieutenant, aided by a Sergeant. Each patrol shift also has an K9 team attached.

Operational Support Services Division[edit]

The Division includes Criminal Investigations, SRO Officers, Communications, and Records.

Rank Structure[edit]

Title Insignia
Chief of Police
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Captain insignia gold.svg
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U.S. police sergeant rank (black and yellow).svg
Police Officer

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