Public Safety

Free Home Security Survey

Email Tommy Campsey if you're interested in a free home security survey. He will assess your home's strengths and weaknesses and suggest improvements if needed.

Letter from Captain Tommy Campsey

The first and foremost thought we need to convey to our citizens is the need to call the Metro Nashville Police Department, at the non-emergency number of 615-862-8600, when suspicious activity occurs in their area. For a suspicious person or suspicious vehicle call we prefer a chance to get an officer in the area quickly to at least identify the person or vehicle if a problem is discovered later. Hopefully by doing this you can help prevent a crime.

After calling metro, call me at 615-557-7329 so I can pass the information to patrol officers and to the rest of Oak Hill's citizens.

Are you wanting more patrol officers in your neighborhood? Please call me with requests, but you can also contact Oak Hill’s representatives on the Metro Council to request additional Metro police patrols. Sean McGuire can be contacted via email or by phone at 615-260-2634.

Another request from concerned citizens is that they want to get involved to help the police by organizing a Neighborhood Watch program in their area. They can do that by contacting Sergeant Michelle Jones at the Midtown Hills precinct via phone at 615-880-1350 or via who will be glad to help you get started and stay in contact with your group. Midtown Hill Precinct is located at 1441 12th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203. Midtown Hills Precinct phone number is 615-880-1411.

Here to serve you,


City Crime Map

Citizens can keep up to date with what’s going on in their area by viewing a crime map of Nashville. Once on the map, click the blue date at the top to change the range. Click and drag to scroll the map.

You can also check out the Metro Nashville West Precinct’s monthly headlines or media releases at the Nashville Police website.
A map with different colored pins in it. Image links to Crime Map website.