The Citizen Police Academy provides the opportunity for citizens to learn basic police skills in a safe, organized and structured environment. Curriculum for the program consists of 30 hours of classroom, practical and field training. Areas addressed include: Patrol Methods, Vehicle Stop and Approach, Physical Defense Techniques, Traffic Accident Investigation, D.U.I. Interdiction, Crisis Intervention, and Introduction to Police Firearms, to name a few.
Our D.A.R.E. program is taught to our 5th and 6th grade students. We feel that D.A.R.E. is an important tool to educate our students on the dangers of drug usage. In conjunction with the school system, we have provided D.A.R.E. education since 1992. Check out the official D.A.R.E. web site.
Each summer, the Sevierville Police Department schedules a Police Camp for Kids. The purpose of Police Camp is to provide the opportunity for young men and women, 12-14 years of age, to learn basic police skills in a SAFE, organized and structured environment. Activities and classes will be conducted primarily at the Sevierville Police Department, with field trips planned for the Sevier County Sheriff's Department and Public Safety operations at Douglas Dam.
Joseph Manning, Police Chief
300 Gary Wade Blvd.
Sevierville TN 37862
865.453.7296 Criminal Investigation Division
865.453.0789 Report Criminal Activity
865.453.1986 Report Drug Activity
Deputy Chief, Major Sam Hinson
Captain David Finchum
Captain Ray Brown
Lieutenant Detective Jamie Roberts
Lieutenant Robbie Ball
Lieutenant Rebecca Cowan
Lieutenant Todd Naillon
Lieutenant Matt Nicol
Lieutenant Brandan Perry
Lieutenant TC Faulconer
Public Information Officer Bob Stahlke