November had the lowest crime activity in recent history. Only 5 small incidents reported.  Dramatically better than Oct, and half of the usual 11-13 reports throughout this year.

Stay diligent. Get to know your neighbors. Be careful during the Holiday season by locking your doors, securing valuables, and making arrangements if you go out of town.

Smart911.jpgJudy Langston with Metro Nashville Emergency Communication Center (MNECC) has asked all the Community Coordinators to help spread the word about Smart 911. Smart 911 is a great program and helpful to citizens and responders. Smart 911 is a free national service provided to you by your local 9-1-1 agency. You can create a Safety Profile for your household that includes the vital personal and medical information you would want response teams to have in the event of an emergency. Then if you dial 9-1-1, your profile is immediately available allowing call takers and first responders to assist you faster and more effectively.  Group code: HOHVNW

The Old Hickory Village Neighborhood Watch (OHVNW) is comprised of concerned citizens joining together for the safety and well being of our neighborhood.

We are not a vigilante group and never under any circumstances advocate taking the law into our own hands.

We work hand in hand with the police and ther government agencies and like to think of ourselves as an extra pair of eyes and ears for law enforcement.



 Requests to join the facebook group will be vetted to ensure residency and clean criminal records. This is to ensure the security and confidentiality of the members.


To Report Crimes:

Metro Police non-emergency line: 862-8600

Metro Police drug hotline: 244-DOPE (244-3673) You can remain anonymous.

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Questions or information:

OH Neighborhood Watch Coverage Area 

Neighborhood Watch Coverage Area


Citizens can register online to receive free e-mail updates whenever new crime activity occurs in a specified area. A person can register multiple times in order to learn about criminal activity near their residence, business, workplace or even their child's school.

Citizens and community groups will have instant access to important and timely crime information affecting their neighborhoods, empowering them to proactively partner with officers to address problem areas.