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901-545-COPS or 911 in the case of an Emergency.

Memphis Police Department
201 Poplar Ave.
Memphis, TN
901-636-3700

 
 


South Main Station

545 S. Main
Phone 901-636-4099

Precinct Commander:
Colonel Ralph Gary

Six Wards:
621, 622, 623, 624, 625, 626
Number of Officers:
92

South Main Station


 

One of the most unique precincts in the Memphis Police Department is the South Main Station, formerly the Downtown Precinct.

 

For information on the population of each precinct by ward click here: Precinct Population


In January 1994, the Beale Street Substation, which was staffed by officers from the West Precinct, became the Downtown Precinct -  the city's sixth fully operational precinct.

While in square miles and residential population the smallest precinct, the South Main Station swells to several hundred thousand people a day due to a large workforce population, various downtown events held during the year, and the many tourists who visit historic sites such as Beale Street and the Civil Rights museum.

2012 Stats

Calls: 53,564
Specials: 149,254
Arrests: 12,805
Offense Reports: 7,494
Citations: 42,360*
Avg. Response Time: 3:17 min

The South Main Station has the largest bike patrol unit and used to be the site of the MPD Police Museum which closed in December of 2005.

In the fall of 2000 the Downtown Precinct relocated to the newly renovated Central Train Station as part of the South Main/Downtown Revitalization Project.

The South Main Station officers cover approximately 5.01 square miles and provide service to over 18,000 permanent residents.


Entertainment District Unit (EDU)
The South Main Station is home to the Entertainment District Unit that was formed in 2003 to address the additional traffic and larger crowds drawn to the newly revitalized downtown area. This special unit receives specialized training courses geared specifically towards entertainment districts including crowd and traffic control.


Neighborhood Watch
The Neighborhood Watch Coordinator can be reached at the South Main Station Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm.

If you have a question or concern that can be handled at the precinct level please contact us!
901-636-4099

Remember - emails are not for emergency contacts as they are not monitored 24 hours.


MPD precincts
Uniform Patrol is the largest division of the MPD and is responsible for answering calls within the city's nine precincts.
 


For more information on each precinct click on the links below:

Tillman Station
(Central Precinct)

426 Tillman
901-636-3000


South Main Station
(Downtown Precinct)
545 S. Main.
901-636-4099

Appling Farms Station
(Northeast Precinct)

6850 Whitten Bend Cove
901-636-4400

Crump Station
(West Precinct)

949 E.H. Crump
901-636-4600

Mt. Moriah Station
(East Precinct)
2602 Mt. Moriah 
901-636-4199


Old Allen Station
(North Precinct)

3633 Allen Rd. 
901-636-4399


Raines Station
(South Precinct)

791 E. Raines 
901-636-4589

Airways Station
(
Southeast Precinct)

2234 Truitt  
901-636-4800

Ridgeway Station
3840 Ridgeway Road
636-4531
   

If you have any questions about the MPD or Memphis feel free to email us at mpd@memphispolice.org


 
 

 
 

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