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     ADS is proud to be partnering with retired Metro Nashville Police Office, Connie Tripp. Connie will be providing his insights and expertise on our blog to answer your questions about safety and security. Click below to sign-up to receive e-mails on all Cop Connie Content, and submit your Cop Connie questions anytime.

     

    About Connie Tripp

    Retired Sergeant, Connie Mack Tripp, served with the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department for thirty six years before retiring in April 2015. He spent the first six years of his career patrolling the streets, and served the next two years as a homicide detective.  Connie returned to the streets for a couple years as a 3rd shift supervisor before becoming an instructor at the Police Academy in 1990. As an instructor, Connie spent the next fourteen years insuring new recruits were in optimal physical condition. He also served seven years as a Community Coordinator working closely with neighborhood groups pursuing crime prevention initiatives. Sergeant Tripp completed his tenure as the Recruiting Coordinator for the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.  

    Connie is a proud 1978 graduate of Austin Peay State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology. 


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    Are You Being Stalked?

    Are You Being Stalked?

    In the course of one year in the United States, 7.5 million people are victims of stalking. 
    In the course of one year in the United States, 7.5 million people are victims of stalking. 
    Are You an Easy Target for Car Burglary?

    Are You an Easy Target for Car Burglary?

    Despite the fact that $5.9 billion was lost in 2016 to vehicle theft, 42% of Americans rarely think about their car being stolen. Read this list to make...

    Despite the fact that $5.9 billion was lost in 2016 to vehicle theft, 42% of Americans rarely think about their car being stolen. Read this list to make sure you're not an easy target. 

    How to Avoid Becoming a Victim this Holiday Season

    How to Avoid Becoming a Victim this Holiday Season

    Make sure you are taking these precautions to keep yourself and your home safe during the busy holiday season.
    Make sure you are taking these precautions to keep yourself and your home safe during the busy holiday season.

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