The Board of Parole (BOP), the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), the Department of Correction (TDOC) and the Tennessee Rehabilitative Initiative in Correction (TRICOR) are marking 10 years of ceremonies honoring crime victims and victim advocates statewide. All events this year take place April 9-13, which coincides with the observance of National Crime Victims' Rights Week.
The newly sworn-in officers will go through 12 weeks of field training, where they will learn more-specific skills that apply to La Vergne, as well as how to apply those newly obtained skills to real-life situations.
A massive search for a teenager ended in La Vergne around 1:30 Wednesday afternoon after a special needs La Vergne High School student went missing.
The La Vergne mayor, fire chief, police chief and others were locked up in jail. "Jingle Bail" raised over 11-thousand dollars to purchase food, clothing and toys for children, families and senior citizens in La Vergne for the holidays.
Keith Lowery, a 27-year law enforcement officer in Rutherford County, has been selected as the new assistant chief of police of the La Vergne Police Department.
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