Located! Please cancel Bolo. Thank you for assistance. MISSING PERSON Knox County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Detectives are asking for the Public’s assistance in locating
Knox County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Academy Graduation Ceremony- The Knox County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Academy graduated class 2021-1 on Monday, November 22, 2021. “I am
The Knox County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank Cumulus Broadcasting, Harper Auto Square and All Occasion Catering for hosting the “Serve Those Who Protect”
-Knox County Sheriff’s Office Chaplain Graduation- Sheriff Tom Spangler is pleased to welcome the 13th class of Chaplain Graduates into the Knox County Sheriff’s Office
The Knox County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing person. James “Eddie” Ogle was last seen
The heart of a person is always revealed in their actions. Well done, Officer Moyers! -Tom Spangler http://www.knoxtntoday.com/steve-moyers-kcsos-top-corrections-officer/?fbclid=IwAR2jZpUeUeXGkcfUTdOOI7S8u1Cyj49jKa5QdhNPs1v1oc16qpa06YYl92Y
Sheriff Tom Spangler launched this years Organized Retail Crime Holiday Task Force on Tuesday , November 17th, 2020. The Task Force is comprised of the
Congratulations to Brittany Coffey, Mary Loveless, Shara Knox, and Leah Smith for their recent promotions within the Support Services Unit. Brittany was promoted to Support
Two Knoxville residents have been charged in a Federal Complaint with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, heroine, and methamphetamine.
Tom Spangler, Knox County Sheriff featured in a video press release regarding the request to rescind the Knox County Sheriff’s Office contract with the 287(g) program.
TBI Agents investigating Officer-Involved shooting in Knoxville See link below for full release. tbinewsroom.com/2020/07/15/tbi-agents-investigating-officer-involved-shooting-in-knoxville/
Message from the Sheriff: There are serious questions as to the constitutionality of the order made by the health board. My Deputies are sworn to
Special thanks to our friends at the Turkey Creek Walmart for thinking about our frontline officers by donating snacks and drinks. We are always thankful
May 5, 2020 For Immediate Release: Sheriff Spangler Statement to Citizens of Knox County Contact: Kimberly Glenn, Communications Director To the citizens of Knox County,
KPD officers have located an unaccompanied child in the area of the 4700 block of Schubert Road. Attempts to locate a guardian have proven unsuccessful