Thank you to Dr. Patel and family for donating items to the city pound! Items donated included dog food, bowls, collars, and cleaning supplies. We appreciate Dr. Patel as a frequent contributor to the welfare of the dogs that find themselves in our care.
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Child passenger seat training this week at the Martin Police Department. Officers from multiple Jurisdictions come together to learn about Child Restraint Safety. The class, hosted by the Martin Police Department and the Martin Fire Department, was instructed by the Tennessee Highway Safety Office.
Super excited about this program!! Several of our staff have put in a lot of effort on this project. Available to all churches INSIDE THE CITY LIMITS OF MARTIN. We are very proud to offer this training in an effort to keep our community safe. #sadbutnecessary #beprepared #trainingisvital
Martin Elementary School Resource Officer Adam Stringer has been teaching D.A.R.E. courses to the fifth grade students in their guidance class. During these courses, students are not only taught about the dangers of drugs, but given information to assist them in making good life decisions. Way to go Officer Adam!!!!
The Martin Police Dept. 31st Session of the Citizen’s Police Academy is now full!! If you wanted to attend, please sign up a little earlier next spring!!! If you sent in an application, you should have received a message via email. If you have any questions, contact Asst. Chief Phillip Fuqua at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s that time of year again!!! If you are interested in signing up for the 31st Session of the Martin Police Department Citizen’s Police Academy, we are now accepting applications. You can go to our website, click the special programs tab at the top of the page and then select “Citizen’s Police Academy” and there...
Big thanks to Weakley County Sheriff’s Office for inviting us to help again with “Shop with Sheriff Smith and Justice” program!!!! Great program and always makes our Christmas!!!
Nashville, TN- The Tennessee Law Enforcement Accreditation (TLEA) Program is pleased to announce that it has granted the 3rd accreditation status to the Martin Police Department. They were awarded this achievement during the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police (TACP) meeting held in Franklin, TN on December 4, 2019. To achieve accreditation with TLEA, an...