The Federal Bureau of Investigation has issued several warnings about the threat of crimes and disinformation leading up to just after the November presidential election.
With law enforcement always advancing in technology and tactics, one area of growth is the use of Electronic Storage Detection (or Electronics Detection) K-9's in the battle against crimes against children.
UPDATE (10 p.m.): The Williamson County Emergency Management Agency reported that the following roads were still closed throughout the county:
Williamson County's mask mandate will expire at midnight on Saturday night and will not be renewed.The county will instead encourage citizens to wear masks in public.The decision was made by Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson, who initially issued the mandate in July. According to a new…
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is looking into Friday's shooting of a man by a Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputy.
With calls across the nation for reform of both law enforcement agencies and the greater criminal justice system, police in Williamson County and abroad are forced to self-evaluate the role of law enforcement and the impact they have on the communities that they swear to serve and protect.
As protests against police brutality and racial injustice have gripped the nation for nearly two months, law enforcement agencies across the county have had to assess their policies and perceptions.
As Williamson County’s face mask mandate is set to take effect at midnight on Tuesday night to help combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it will be up to law enforcement officials across the county to enforce the measure.
Jonathon Kyle Elliott, who in January was found guilty in the 2017 shooting death of 43-year-old Robert Ward, was sentenced to six years in prison on Friday.
Two Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputies were injured when "a gun accidentally discharged," according to social media post from WCSO.
The Williamson County Emergency Management Agency has canceled all distribution of masks that were provided by the Tennessee Department of Health after health concerns surrounding the manufacturing process of the masks.
Metro Nashville Police has charged a man with two counts of attempted murder after two people were attacked with a machete.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created many challenges, including how to prevent an outbreak in the county jail system, something that so far has been prevented.
A single vehicle crash on Monday evening injured a 43-year-old Lewisburg man and closed the I-65 South exit ramp of Goose Creek Bypass/Peytonsville Road for several hours.
Law enforcement agencies across the county and the state are now tasked with enforcing the state-wide Stay-at-Home Order issued by Gov. Lee on Thursday in response to the growing COVID-19 pandemic.
Several thefts were reported by the Brentwood Police Department in its weekly crime analysis, including three cases of thefts from motor vehicles all on the night of March 17.
UPDATE (2 p.m. 08/24/20): Lewis Brant Horne, who was originally charged with reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon stemming from a February road rage incident in Nolensville, was sentenced to six months probation in August.
The Brentwood and Christ Church YMCAs will both be closed on Sunday, March 15, after a Brentwood Family YMCA employee tested positive for COVID-19.
The Franklin Police Department announced the arrest of four young adults who police say were in the process of burglarizing vehicles early on Wednesday morning.
UPDATE (March 11, 1 p.m.) The Tennessee Highway Patrol is still investigating the tractor trailer that crashed off of an I-840 bridge on Tuesday afternoon, which ejected and injured the driver.
The Franklin Police Department are seeking the public's help in locating 43-year-old Michael Whitlow, who is accused of several thefts as well as assaulting a retail store security guard.
Update: After a brief delay, passage on Wilson Pike between Brentmeade Blvd. and Concord Rd. has reopened, per BPD.