Town of Nashville
Police Department
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The Nashville Police Department is located at:
200 Hawthorne Street, Nashville, IN 47448
The Nashville Police Department graciously thanks those who made generous donations for the seventh annual Shop with a Cop Day December 12,

The department, assisted by other agencies, officers and volunteers took 85 children for a successful day of shopping and purchasing necessities for
each child.  

Donations are being accepted for the next Shop with a Cop Day in December 2016.  Checks, made payable to the Nashville Police Department
Reserve Fund, can be mailed to the Police Department at PO Box 446, Nashville, IN 47448.  Include your name, address and phone number.  
Donations also can be made in person from 8am to 4pm weekdays at Town Hall at 200 Commercial Street.  With questions, call the NPD at
812-988-5533 ext. 100

Police Station Office Hours are Monday - Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm.

For all Administrative questions and non-emergency calls, contact the station  
(812) 988-0341 from 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Fax number (812) 988-5532

To contact the Nashville Police Department
call (812) 988-5533
To pay parking tickets:
You may pay the parking tickets in person at the Town's Clerk-Treasurer's Office at
200 Commercial Street or mail payment to PO Box 446, Nashville, IN 47448.  

If you wish to pay by credit card you can call PayGov at 1-866-480-8552 or go on-line
at then select the following three drop down boxes: State: Indiana  
Jurisdiction: Town of Nashville  Transaction: Town of Nashville - Violation

The fee for paying on-line is an additional $2.50 and calling in the fee is $3.
Firearms License Application Process
At the end of the application, you will receive directions on how to schedule
electronic fingerprinting (step 2) and payment of state fee.

Step 2:  Schedule electronic fingerprinting through

Step 3:  Bring your Application Number to your local law enforcement agency
for approval and local fee payment.

Step 4:  Your application will be electronically transferred to ISP for final
review.  If your application is approved, your permit will be sent to you via
U.S. Mail.  If your application is rejected, you will be notified via U.S. Mail and
will receive instructions on
how to file an appeal.

Check the status of your application online at

For further information regarding the firearms permit process go to the
Indiana State Police website at
Scenes from 2015 Shop With a Cop
Chief of Police Seastrom and young shopper
Patrolman Shrader and a
Happy Shopper
Assistant Chief True and
Reserve Deputy Arnold with shoppers
Officer Drake and Cart Rider
Officer Seward and shopper
ready to check out
Officer Williams and
young shopper
"Check out my cool new shirt!"
Shop with a A Cop Helpers
Margo, Beth, Phyllis and Tonya
Officer Klaker coat
Sheriff Southerland shoe shopping
Sheriff Deputy Stogsdill with a
smiling shopper
Sheriff Reserve Robbins
and happy shopper
Reserver Deputy
Baker and shopper
searching for
Sheriff Deputy
shopping it up

Friday, July 18, 2016  3pm
Joint Meeting of the Nashville Police Merit Commission Executive Session &
Nashville Town Council - at Police Dept. -
National Night Out
October 2016  6-8pm
at the Village Green in Nashville
What a great evening of free food and drinks, DJ, games and prizes!
Residents will get to meet their local emergency responders and see their equipment that they use every day.
Images from the 2015 National Night Out
The 2016 National Night Out is for local police departments and the community to come
together for an evening of fun, food and games.  The event helped to:
  • Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness;
  • Generate support for, and participation in, local anti crime programs;
  • Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and
  • Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and
    fighting back.
2015 Nashville’s NNO was sponsored by the Brown County Community Foundation. Without the BCCF this event would not have been
possible. NNO was also sponsored by WKKG 101.5 radio station in Columbus, IN. WKKG was kind enough again this year to run radio
ads promoting NNO.

A special thanks to the Town of Nashville, Brown County Health & Living, McDonalds, Nashville Masonic Lodge, Seward Party Rentals,
Uncle Beni’s BBQ, Brown County Sheriff’s Dept., Indiana DNR Conservation Law Enforcement, Indiana State Police, Columbus Regional
Hospital, Hamblen Township Volunteer Fire Dept., and Brown County Volunteer Fire Dept. These organizations have made donations
either of time or equipment and without their help as well this event could not be possible.  
Indiana County WKKG 101.5
Brown County Community Foundation
You can learn more about National Night Out by visiting their website at: