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The Savannah Police Department is under the command of Chief Michael Pitts. The department is made up of 23 officers assigned to various duties within the department. These include: 1 assistant chief, 1 captain, 3 sergeant detectives, 3 general detectives, 1 narcotics detective, 1 codes enforcement detective, 4 shift sergeants, 8 officers, and 2 civilian personnel. The department also has a certified narcotics detection canine, which can detect the odor of illegal narcotics within confined spaces.
The Savannah Police Department is pro-active police organization and strives to be active in the Savannah community. Our community policing programs include, but are certainly not limited to:
- a prescription drug return
- senior citizen safety classes
- active shooter preparedness classes
- National Night Out
- Monthly Coffee with a Cop events
- many other community-based classes or programs
The SPD strives to be present in the community and reinforces their commitment to pro-active policing through their business check program. Members of the SPD can frequently be seen out in businesses within Savannah performing security checks, talking with patrons, and fostering positive interactions between the police and the public.
If you would like to speak with an officer regarding the SPD, a program we offer, to suggest a program, or any other matter, you may email us at email@example.com. Additionally, the headquarters telephone number is 731-925-3200. For non-emergencies requiring the dispatch of an officer within the city limits, please call 731-925-4989.
To make Savannah a safer place to live, work, and visit.
The vision of the Savannah Police Department is to be a leading agency in West Tennessee, by providing progressive, proactive services and programs that make our community a better place to live, work, visit, and raise a family.