- Feb 23 Good info on utility scams here: https://t.co/prcfXDMGiG. Bottom line, never let people bully you out of money over the ☎️...just hang up.
- Feb 22 Franklin Police offer additional active shooter emergency response seminar for citizens: March 5… https://t.co/2iYPu8Am6R
- Feb 21 Franklin Police statement regarding the arrest of School Superintendent https://t.co/s54UvNQN3h https://t.co/B9czsvMfwQ
- Feb 21 This off-duty protector, husband, & father of 4 was murdered while helping a woman being attacked by the gunman.… https://t.co/KDBOWMKdyh
Franklin Police & Fire Departments to Hold 9/11 Memorial
Community invited to gather outside Police Headquarters, Monday
Dr. Ken Moore, Mayor,
City Administrator Eric Stuckey,
Police Chief Deborah Faulkner,
Fire Chief Rocky Garzarek
9/11 Memorial Tribute
Monday, September 11, 2017 at 8:30 am
Police Headquarters Plaza
900 Columbia Avenue
Franklin, TN – Franklin Police Officers and Firefighters invite the community to join us for a brief Monday morning ceremony, to pay tribute to the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives during the September 11, 2001 attacks on America.
Chief Faulkner and Chief Garzarek say this is an important day for police officers and firefighters to come together, and join with the community to remember those lost during such senseless attacks – here at home. “Members of our community often search for somewhere to go and reflect on this day,” said Chief Faulkner. “We invite them to do it here, with the men and women who serve and protect Franklin, every day.” Monday’s memorial will be brief, lasting no more than 30 minutes.
We Will Never Forget
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