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Public Information Officer

If you are a member of the media and wish to obtain information regarding an incident in the City of Gallatin, coordinate access to a departmental event, or receive information on a given topic, please contact us as listed below.

The current Public Information Officers are Officer Bill Storment and Captain Kate Novitsky. They are available during business hours on weekdays and on a call-out basis on nights and weekends. Officer Bill Storment can be reached at 615-452-1313 ext. 215 and Captain Kate Novitsky can be reached at 615-452-1313 ext. 216

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Gallatin Police Department
130 W. Franklin St.
Gallatin, TN 37066

Email: info@gallatinpd.org
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Rotary Club Bike Giveaway - Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Congratulations to Sarah Stromer 1st grader at St. John Vianny for winning the Rotary Club Wheels in Motion bike giveaway. Sgt King and Officer Mesler presented a helmet from the Gallatin Police Department.

 

House Fire - Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Gallatin Police responded to 349 East Eastland Street at approximately 1:48 am on Friday, May 19th for a reported house fire. Investigation indicates a female in her 70’s, Mary Edwards was killed in a tragic house fire due to smoke inhalation. The cause of the fire was deemed to be electrical in nature. 

Thank you Kristy Wyatt - Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Gallatin Police Department would like to thank Kristy Wyatt for bringing our officers breakfast this morning. Pictured with Kristy is Assistant Chief Sorrells and Lieutenant Shockley.

 

Rotary Club Wheels in Motion - Thursday, May 18, 2017

Congratulations to Jacob wood 4th grader at Union Elementary for winning the Rotary Club Wheels in Motion bike giveaway. Officer Mesler presented a helmet from the Gallatin Police Department.

 

Rotary Club Wheels in Motion - Thursday, May 18, 2017

Congratulations to Jacob wood 4th grader at Union Elementary for winning the Rotary Club Wheels in Motion bike giveaway. Officer Mesler presented a helmet from the Gallatin Police Department.

 

Mircle Ford Pizza - Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Gallatin Police would like to say thank you to Miracle Ford for the donation of pizzas for the men and women at the PD.

 

Wheels in Motion Bike Giveaway - Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Congratulations to Kailey Wisdom 4th grade at Benny Bills Elementary for winning the Rotary Club Wheels in Motion bike giveaway. Officer Mesler presented a helmet from the Gallatin Police Department.

 

Lunch with the Chief - Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Police Chief Don Bandy having lunch with students at Union Elementary. Students Aiden wright and Ben Williams won a contest to have lunch with the Chief.

 

Strawberries - Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Nyomi, Tyla, Maci, Adrianna, Isaiah and Mom Kayla (not pictured) was so nice to bring a box of fresh strawberries to the PD. Capt Novitsky and Lt Troup was happy to meet these great girls and take a picture with them. Thanks again from the Gallatin Police

 

Theif at the hospital - Tuesday, May 16, 2017

For additional information
Contact: MPO Janell Wilson
Inv. Greg Washburn

Gallatin Police need assistance from the public in identifying and locating one suspect wanted in connection to a theft at Sumner Regional Medical Center on May 13th at approximately 5:14pm. The suspect is a black male and is pictured below.

Anyone with information related to this or any other crimes that have occurred in Gallatin are asked to contact the Gallatin Police Department at 452-1313.

 

Man with gun in hospital - Wednesday, May 03, 2017
Gallatin Police was called to the Sumner Regional Medical Center on May 3, 2017 at approximately 5:00pm for a man in the hospital with a gun. Terry Christenson entered the lobby of the hospital and made his way to the nurse’s station. Terry then pointed a gun at the doctor and demanded drugs. Gallatin Police arrived on scene and took Terry into custody. No injuries have been reported, and charges are pending further investigation. 

A special visit - Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Gallatin Police Department was trilled to receive a visit by Oakleigh Summers. Officer Graves and her posing for a picture. Oakleigh is the daughter of our own Heidi Summers here at the PD.

 

Check points on Memorial Day Weekend - Monday, May 01, 2017

For additional information
Contact: MPO Janell Wilson
Cpl Scottie King

The Gallatin Police Department, Sumner County Sheriff’s Office, Hendersonville PD, and Bell Mead PD will be conducting a campaign of aggressive and visible traffic enforcement and sobriety check points on Memorial Day Weekend, Sunday May 28th through May 29th. The check point will be held in the area of Big Station Camp and Bison Trail in Gallatin between 2000-0200. These check points and Traffic Enforcement Blitz are an ongoing effort by the department and other law enforcement agencies to reduce traffic crashes and fatalities related to impaired driving.