Chris Sneed, Police Chiefdayton_pd_text_large
P.O. Box 226, 1191 S. Market Street
Dayton, Tennessee 37321
Phone: (423) 775-8403    •    Fax: (423) 775-8437
Central Dispatch: (423)775-3876
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 A.M. - 5 P.M.

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If you have a general police question, or need an incident report, email us at police@daytontn.net and we will help you.  As always, all traffic accident reports can be obtained (after 5-7 business days from the accident) at www.purchasetncrash.gov

For Codes Enforcement call 423-775-8403

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Chris Sneed, Chief
Darrell Bell, Investigator
Steven Rievley, Investigator
Tracy Blevins, Sergeant
J.C. Byrd, Sergeant
Jason Woody, Sergeant/K9
Michael Green, Sergeant
Richard Neal, Animal Control Officer
Justin Jackson, Housing Authority Officer
Bruce Spradling, SRO
Zach Davis, Bryan College Officer
Eric Ewton, Patrolman
Josh Jordan, Patrolman
Joe Dupre, Patrolman
Jeff Hancock, Patrolman
Bobby Huffman Jr., Patrolman
Josh Moser, Patrolman
Eric Swafford, Patrolman
Bobby Scott, Clerk
Nancy Cranfield, Clerk

The goal of the Dayton Police Department is to protect the rights of all persons within its jurisdictional limits. It is the Department's role to enforce the laws in a fair and impartial manner, recognizing both the statutory and judicial limitations of police authority and the constitutional right of all persons.

Situations such as open doors or windows, vandalism, burglaries, and alarms often occur and are discovered after usual business hours. In these instances the City of Dayton Police Department would need the business owner or an employee to respond to assist with securing the building and contributing necessary information for report purposes. The purpose for providing the Business Emergency Contact Form to the City of Dayton Police Department is to assist them in locating business owners or responsible employees when and if a problem arises.