How do I get a copy of an Accident or Incident Report?
Crash's occuring after September 1, 2010 are available for online purchase from Docview.US.Com or tnbuycrash.com.
Incident and Accident Reports typically cost about ten dollars ($10.00), a convenience fee is added by Docview for purchasing online, and are available during normal business hours at the Millington Police Department, 7950 Memphis Ave Millington, TN 38053. Remember that the reports must be completed by the officer, approved by the supervisor, then submitted to the report center for processing before the report is available to the public. This process can take several days. [Top]
I live out of state, how do I get a copy of an Accident or Incident Report?
Crash's occuring after September 1, 2010 are available for online purchase from Docview.US.Com or tnbuycrash.com. You can also send a Self Addresses Stamped Envelope to the the following address;
Millington Police Department
ATTN: Records Department
7950 Memphis Ave, Suite 1
Millington, TN 38053
Include the incident number, if available, the date the incident was reported, the location of the incident, the full name of the driver, if requesting an accident report, the full name of a victim and brief details, if the incident was an assault or theft report. Also include a contact name, and a daytime phone number. The police department reports approximately three-hundred reports per month and this information is required to locate the correct incident. [Top]
I have found errors on a report, how do I get them corrected?
You must speak with the officer who completed the report. On an Incident report the Officers name can be found on the top of the first page. On an Accident Report, the Officers name will be located on the bottom of the first page. If more than one inconsistency is found on the report, be sure to write out a list of the items in question. To find out when the officer will be available to answer your questions, contact the Police Department Administration, 901-873-5600. [Top]
I filed a report and I have found more information that needs to be added to the report, what do I do?
It depends on the information that needs to be added. If you have reported property stolen recently and have now found that more items are missing, and you believe they were stolen during the reported incident collect all of the information that you can about the item(s) and contact the police department. If your case is under investigation and you have spoken with an investigator, contact the investigator. [Top]
Someone I know was arrested, how do I get them released?
In order to be released from jail the judge must set a bond amount to be paid before release. The bond can be paid in cash, or, depending on the arrest charge, the person may be able use a bail bonding company. Bail bonding companies usually require a percentage of the bond amount plus other fees. Most bonding companies are listed in the telephone directory. To find out if a bond has been set on an inmate you can call 901-872-3333. In some cases the person may be required to remain in the jail for a minimum number of hours, bonds can be made prior to the completion of the minimum time, however the person must remain in custody until the minimum time is met. [Top]
How do I visit someone who is in jail?
Jail visiting hours are 9AM until 11AM everyday except Tuesdays. You must be immediate family, provide a valid photo identification card and have no weapons or drugs charges in last five years. Visits last a maximum of twenty minutes and you can visit no more than three times in one week. [Top]
How do I request a court date for a violation?
To request a court date for photo enforcement violations you must check the box on the back of the violation requesting a hearing then sign and mail the payment stub. An Administrative Review date will be scheduled and you will be notified by mail of the review date. At the review the violation may be scheduled for a court appearance in front of a judge. [Top]
Can I pay the fine at a city office?
The fine cannot be paid at any office in the city. The fines can be paid online at www.ViolationInfo.com, by phone Monday through Friday, 8 AM through 5 PM by calling 1-866-790-4111 or by mailing a check or money order, do not send cash, payable to the City of Millington, to;
City of Millington
Automated Traffic Safety program
900 East Hill Avenue, Suite 300
Knoxville, TN 37915
Is there a fee to request a review?
There may be a court fee if the violation is transferred to the city court for a hearing, but there is no fee for the Administrative Review. During the Administrative Review the person named in the violation, the violator, can present any evidence to the review board as to why they believe the violation should be dismissed. If the board believes that the violation is in fact valid and cannot be dismissed, the matter can be referred to the city court for the violator to make their argument before the city judge.
Someone else was driving my car, am I still responsible for the fine?
The owner of the vehicle shall be responsible for the Notice of Violation except where evidence can be provided that vehicle was in the care, custody, or control of another person at the time of the violation. The owner must submit a sworn and signed Affidavit to the Millington Police Department. It must include the name and address of the person who had custody or control of the vehicle at the time of the violation, or that the vehicle was stolen, or in the care, custody or control of someone who did not have permission to use the vehicle at the time of the violation. Affidavits can be obtained online at www.ViolationInfo.com. You will need the Notice # and PIN # printed on the front of the Notice of Violation.
Will this go on my driving record?
No, this violation is deemed a non-moving violation, much like a parking violation. These violations are assessed to the owner of the vehicle and no driver details are collected. With no driver details, the violation cannot be placed on the driver's record.
I know I was not speeding, but when I passed the speed van the strobe flashed, why?
When the operator first arrives at the deployment location they must take test photos to ensure that the camera is properly focused on the passing vehicles. These photos are taken manually by the operator, not triggered by vehicle speed, before the system begins to record violations. All violations are reviewed by American Traffic Solutions and officers at the Millington Police Department before they are approved as a valid violation and the notice mailed to the violator. It is possible that the operator has taken one of these test photos as you passed the vehicle, this will not be recorded as a violation and you will not receive a Notice of Violation in the mail.
Why does the red light camera strobe flash when no one was running the red light?
The red light camera's are triggered by sensors in the roadway. These sensors are not only at the stop bar at the intersection but locations leading up to the intersection. As vehicles approach a red light the speed of the vehicle is calculated and the strobe may flash in anticipation of a violation event based on the approaching vehicles speed. The vehicle can stop at the red light, however because of the system believes that an event is likely occur photo's are taken. This event will be reviewed by both ATS and the Millington Police Department and if no violation is present it will be disregarded and no notice of violation will be issued.
Who do I speak with to have the police department participate in an community or safety related event?
The police department participates in community events related to public safety. This could include canine demonstrations, fingerprinting children, or providing safety tip lectures. To find out if officers would be available for an event contact Inspector Fields at 901-873-5600 [Top]