Month: April 2022

AARP shred flyer

Fight Fraud : Shred Instead

FIGHT FRAUD: SHRED INSTEAD Reserve your spot for AARP Tenneessee’s shredding event coming to Knoxville on 04202022. Your documents will be shredded on-site, free of charge. Social distancing protocols will be observed and you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle. Follow below link for more information on this AARP event! aarp.cventevents.com/event/88d973db-e85b-4a2b-aa47-e1630730ca9e [Image.jpeg]

DARE car

Easter Egg Hunt!

The Powell Business & Professional Association hosted their annual Easter Egg Hunt today at First Baptist Powell. Our special services unit gave away Knox County Sheriff’s Office logo bears and other goodies! Thank you, PBPA & First Baptist, for your hospitality! The kids and adults had a fantastic fun-filled day![Image.jpeg][Image.jpeg][Image.jpeg][Image.jpeg]

KCSO Badge with crime scene tape

Stolen License Plate – Pursuit Investigation

April 14, 2022 – Release On April 13, 2022, at approximately 11:35 pm, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office Patrolman spotted a Chevrolet pickup truck driving recklessly in the Clinton Highway and Pleasant Ridge Road area. An attempt to conduct a traffic stop on the Chevrolet was unsuccessful; the suspect(s) began to flee. The Officer was …

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COTA graduates with Chief administration

COTA 169

Congratulations COTA 169 The Knox County Sheriff’s Office would like to congratulate the Correctional Officer Training Academy (COTA) class 169 for successfully completing their training. Great job and welcome to the team!!