Administrative Services Division 2017-02-15T12:15:55+00:00

The Administrative Services Division is commanded by Captain Randy Brown, and encompasses records, communications, accreditation, evidence, court liaison, and information technology. ASD is responsible for maintaining all official records of the department including crime and motor vehicle crash reports, traffic citations, alarm and taxi permits, videos, and numerous other records. ASD also responds to requests from insurance companies, citizens, attorneys, and other law enforcement agencies. Background checks are also available as well as evidence pickup and fingerprint services.

Communications processes emergency and non-emergency calls for service, and is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 911 is available for emergencies or call 931-526-2125 for non-emergency situations. Communications works with other departments in the City of Cookeville as well as Putnam County to ensure calls are answered in an effective and timely manner.

Incident Reports may be picked up 3 – 5 days after an incident occurs, and are available for $.15 per page. Crash reports are available by going to