ROBERTSON COUNTY, TN — Coopertown Police Department welcomes Clinton LaBeause to the team.
Officer LaBeause is a veteran of the U. S. Army and previously worked as a corrections officer for Montgomery County Sheriff's Office in Clarksville, Tennessee, since 2019.
Officer LaBeause will be going through a comprehensive field training program to enroll in the office and attend the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy (TLETA).
In Coopertown, officer LaBeause will work under the Coopertown Police Department Command Staff. Chief Tyler Haley, Sergeant Justin Parker, and Sergeant Levert Jackson will supervise LaBeause.
The Coopertown Police Department provides law enforcement services to the citizens of Coopertown and visitors in a 32 square-mile area located in the southwest corner of Robertson County, Tennessee. Its missions are to protect life and property, preserve public peace and community, and orient enforcement of the laws.
The Department provides citizens fair and impartial service, manages conflict and proactive enforcement, and provides public service reasonably and safely to all people regardless of race, color, citizenship or religion.
The Coopertown PD's responsibilities include investigating criminal activity within the Coopertown Municipal City Limits and maintaining the agency's records, including police reports, crash reports, citations, and other various documents.
The Department also provides training for the officers and organizing training for the community and other law enforcement agencies.
Coopertown is comprised of an estimated 4,500 residents in portions of Cedar Hill, Greenbrier, Pleasant View and Springfield, Tennessee. Without a post office and official Coopertown zip code, the Coopertown Police Officers are radio-dispatched by Robertson County Emergency Communications.
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