Pigeon Forge Police Department
P.O. Box 1350
225 Pine Mountain Road
Pigeon Forge, TN 37868
Phone: 865-453-9063 (non-emergency)
Welcome to the Pigeon Forge Police Department Web Site. Whether you live or work in Pigeon Forge, or are one of our millions of visitors each year, this is an excellent opportunity for you to learn more about the operations of our department as well as the talented men and women who make up the organization.
Applying technology to law enforcement has been a primary goal of the Pigeon Forge Police Department, second only to the application of the community policing philosophy. The advent of the Internet has given us an opportunity to combine technology with community policing and allows us to be more effective in communicating with our citizens and employees.
The success of the Pigeon Forge Police Department cannot be credited to technology and special programs; our success is due to the hard working and talented men and women that make up the Pigeon Forge Police Department. From the uniformed patrol officer to the criminal investigators; from crime prevention officers to Tactical Rescue Unit members; from crime scene technicians and accident reconstructionists to communications officers and our civilian support personnel, they can take a piece of the credit for our success. We demand a lot of our employees and I am proud of the quality of work that is consistently delivered. As in any organization, we encounter problems and controversy from time to time; however, it is our goal to be responsive to those issues and become a better department as a result.
The Pigeon Forge Police Department is primarily charged with the preservation of the peace and order of the City of Pigeon Forge, the enforcement of all criminal ordinances and laws of the City of Pigeon Forge, the State of Tennessee, and the United States. Specific division responsibilities include:
The prevention of crime.
The repression of crime.
The investigation of crime.
The apprehension of criminal offenders.
The recovery of stolen property.
The regulation of non-criminal conduct.
I hope you take time to browse our site. If you find an area that you may have questions about, or have suggestions on how we may better serve you, our citizens, please let us know.
Jack H. Baldwin
Chief of Police