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Appling Farms Station

Precinct Commander:
Colonel Darrell Sheffield

Appling Farms Station
6850 Appling Farms Parkway
Memphis, TN 38133
Front Desk: (901) 636-4400
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Additional Services:
Traffic Violations: N/A
GIB Local Investigations: (901) 636-4402
Neighborhood Watch: (901) 636-4425

About The Precinct:
The Appling Farms Station is one of Memphis' newest precincts and is located in the area known as Cordova. It opened in August of 2000 and is considered the modern prototype for all future police facilities. With large computer-aided conference/meeting rooms, spacious roll call areas, state-of-the-art workout room, and the first modern design in over 20 years for a police building, the Northeast Precinct has become a jewel for the Memphis Police Department. In honor of the "past meets the present" aspect of the precinct the halls feature large black and white framed photos of officers of the past. Designed for active citizen participation the precinct features open meeting rooms available to all citizens for types of community activities. The Appling Farms Station covers approximately 52.62 square miles.

About General Investigation Bureau (GIB):
The General Investigation Bureau or GIB is responsible for the investigation of 25 different criminal offenses committed within the jurisdiction of the City of Memphis. Your local General Investigation Bureau is conveniently located at each precinct to investigate: Accidental Injury, Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault, Animal Injury, Bribery, Burglary, Escapee, Intimidation, Motor Vehicle Theft, Pocket Picking, Robbery, Shoplifting, Suspicious Person, Theft, Threatening Phone Call, Obscene/Harassing Phone Call, Vandalism, Stolen Property, False Reporting, and Fire Alarms. The General Investigation Bureau hours of operations are 8am through 4pm hours, seven days a week.

False Reporting:
According to Tennesee Code 39-16-502, it is unlawful for any person to initiate a report or statement to a law enforcement officer concerning an offense or incident within the officer’s concern knowing that the offense or incident did not occur.

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