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Letters to the Chief of Police
The "Letters to the Chief of Police" is dedicated to recognizing the hard work and desire of Murfreesboro Police Department officers to make a difference in the community. The following are summaries of letters written to Murfreesboro Police Chief Glenn Chrisman. Congratulations to these police officers and dispatchers for their excellence in making Murfreesboro a safe and wonderful community.MPD Badge - Gold - 30Sep2013.jpg
 
Recognize a Police Officer
If you would like to recognize a police officer or dispatcher, please write:
Chief Karl Durr
c/o Murfreesboro Police Department
302 S. Church St.
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
 
March 2016
Officer Amy Norville received a letter of appreciation from a resident regarding a presentation to a local homeowners association regarding crime prevention.  The letter stated Officer Norville was "engaging and entertaining" while informing them about neighborhood safety.

Officer Eric Renfroe received a letter of appreciation from a citizen wishing to express his appreciation for the manner in which the officer handled a vehicle crash the resident was involved in.  The letter stated that Officer Renfroe was "thorough, professional, courteous and reassuring".  The letter went on to say that although the resident was at fault, the officer's "manners and approach can make (even) a person at fault comfortable during a difficult time".

Officer Seth Jackson received a letter of appreciation from a resident after his property had been damaged and Officer Jackson responded to investigate.  The letter described Officer Jackson as "polite, courteous and well-mannered" and went on to state that Officer Jackson "wore his uniform with great respect and pride".


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