Records Division & City Court

The Springfield Police Department Records Division is responsible for maintaining, storing and retrieving all incident, accident and arrest records.  The Records staff is responsible for the submission of statistics to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

Reports may be requested in person, phone or by mail.  If you are mailing a request, then please include the report case number, date and location of incidents and names of parties involved.

In addition, the Records Division is responsible for the city's traffic citations and city court operations.  Springfield City Court has jurisdiction within the City of Springfield over traffic violations and city ordinances.

The courtroom is located in Springfield City Hall, 405 North Main Street, Springfield, TN 37172.

Citations issued for Springfield City Court can be paid prior to the court date by coming to the Records Division of the Springfield Police Department or by mail.  Acceptable methods of payment are cash, check or money order.  Credit card payments are not accepted at this time.  If paying by mail, please include the citation number and date the citation was received.

The Records Division is open Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.  The address for the Records Division is:  Springfield Police Department, 802 Willow Street, Springfield, TN 37172.

If you have a question regarding your report or citation, please contact a Records Clerk at 615/384-8422.  The department has three record clerks, Angel Baker, Deborah Hyde and Angelia Perry that will be happy to assist you.

Please refer to the FAQ page for more information regarding citations and reports.