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The 8th annual Shoney’s 5K Family Fun Run raised $17,000 for the Nashville Police Support Fund, a component of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
MNPD officers retained to take part.
Chief Steve Anderson recognized the outstanding work and service of six men and women who have been named the Metropolitan Police Department’s Employees of the Year for 2015.
Metro police officers treated 76 disadvantaged youngsters between the ages of 7 and 12 to a special shopping trip to purchase holiday gifts for their loved ones as well as something for themselves.
The Interstate 65/Old Hickory Boulevard interchange south of downtown is now known as the Officer Michael Petrina Memorial Interchange.
The Nashville Coalition Against Domestic Violence hosted the Meet Us at the Bridge ceremony on October 3rd to remember victims of domestic violence.
Thanks to all who donated! The MNPD was responsible for the collection of 238 pints of blood.
Twenty-two weeks of intensive classroom and physical training ended Tuesday night for 54 men and women who graduated as Nashville’s newest police officers.
The four-legged members of the police department who work to keep our city safe proudly demonstrated their skills to Nashville’s families May 30th on the grounds of the MNPD Training Academy.
Chief of Police
Metropolitan Nashville Police Department