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Department Programs
Department Programs

 

Citizens Police Academy

The academy consists of six weeks of instruction meeting on Tuesday nights from 6pm to 8pm. Class room instruction includes crime scene processing, traffic enforcement, S.W.A.T. and crisis negotiations, drug and K-9, to name a few.

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Neighborhood Watch

Our nation is built on the strength of our citizens. Every day, we encounter situations calling upon us to be the eyes and ears of law enforcement. Not only does neighborhood watch allow citizens to help in the fight against crime, it is also an opportunity for communities to bond through service

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Welcome to Gallatin Police Department

On behalf of the Gallatin Police Department, welcome to our official website! Here you will find general information about the department, crime prevention tips, press releases, and upcoming community events. Take a few minutes to visit, and check back often as we are constantly updating the information on our website.

The Gallatin Police Department is committed to serving the citizens of Gallatin and maintaining the high quality of life the residents of Gallatin enjoy. We encourage citizens to be active members of the community and to work together with the department to address crime and disorder issues.

 

Citizen's Police Academy
Citizen's Police Academy

Dates of Academy: April 4th through May 10th, 2017

What is the Citizen’s Police Academy?

The Academy provides community members with an inside look at local law enforcement. The purpose is to increase understanding between citizens and local law enforcement through education and interaction with members of the Police Department. It is our hope that the instruction will increase police awareness and community support through this education.

The classes are instructed by members of the Police Department. Topics will include; Animal Control, Search and Seizure, Use of Force, Domestic Violence, Flex, K-9 and Special Operations, Criminal Investigations, Evidence collection and other related topics. During the length of the course, students will also have the opportunity to ride along with a patrol officer during their shift.

Who can attend?

Anyone over the age of 21 and resides in the City of Gallatin may participate. Attendees are selected by the Crime Prevention Unit and the Training Unit after an application is received. Class is limited to 20 and the applicant must pass a background check.

Please CLICK HERE and fill out the attached application and return it to the Gallatin Police Department.

File a Report
File a Report

Incidents that do not require the presence of an officer may be filed by emailing info@gallatinpd.org or calling 452-1313. If you call you will be connected to the dispatcher who will obtain certain information from you then transfer you to Teleserve where you will file your report. Depending on the content of what you are reporting an officer may contact you to follow up. Incidents that do not require the presence of an officer and may be taken by Teleserve or filed on line include but are not limited to: lost cell phones, lost license plates, information only reports, lost property, and suspicious incidents that have already occurred.

 

Quick Links
Quick Links

Teleserve - File a Report On Line

News - Current Department News

File a Complaint - File a Complaint