District Attorneys Announce 313 Initiative
Several District Attorneys General for East Tennessee announced a new joint initiative focused on disrupting the drug trafficking pipeline between Detroit, Michigan, and East Tennessee. 4th Judicial District Attorney General…
DAG Charme Allen is sworn in to office for a second term
Thank you, Knox County, for electing me to serve as your District Attorney General for a second term. I am humbled by the honor and privilege it is to serve…
District Attorney Allen Releases 2021 Fatal Overdose Victims and the Criminal Justice System Report
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we quickly began to see a turn for the worse in the number of lives lost to overdose deaths. As outlined in last…
2022 Citizens Academy Application and Dates Announced
District Attorney Charme P. Allen is offering an eight-week, behind-the scenes experience for people who live and/or work in Knox County. Held each year in the fall, the District Attorney…
2021 Year in Review Report
Last year was challenging in many ways for our community
2022 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Kick-Off
DAG Allen invited community to recognize crime victims
2022 District Attorney General’s High School Job Shadow Announced
The High School Job Shadow program offers students a front row seat
Mayor Jacobs and District Attorney General Allen Announce Appointments to the Knox County Domestic Abuse Death Review Team
District Attorney General Charme Allen appointed the following members to the Domestic Abuse Death Review Team with the approval of Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs. The review team is comprised…
Knox County District Attorney General Charme Allen launches podcast series, Generally Speaking
First episode drops November 8 with trailer available now
Knox County Leadership Initiates A Domestic Abuse Death Review Team During National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
The interagency death review team will identify and review domestic abuse deaths
District Attorney General Charme P. Allen appointed to Tennessee Opioid Abatement Council as a leader in the effort to combat the opioid epidemic
Tennessee Opioid Abatement Council will oversee funds received by the state in connection with..
DAG Charme Allen and Criminal Court Clerk Mike Hammond promote expungement screening opportunities
Tennessee expands list of eligible charges that can be permanently removed from a criminal record
THE HONORABLE CHARME ALLEN ELECTED TO LEAD TENNESSEE DISTRICT ATTORNEYS
General Allen to Join TNDAGC Executive Committee.
2020 Fatal Overdose Victims & the Criminal Justice System
It is our mission to remove the flow of deadly drugs from our community.
The District Attorney’s Office announces 2021 dates and application process for its citizens academy
The criminal justice system is on full display in Hollywood; but, is what you see the real deal?
2020 Year in Review
As you read this report, you will find these challenges did not deter.
The Child Abuse Unit Shares “My One Thing” to Prevent Child Abuse
The District Attorney General’s Office is committed to protecting children by holding perpetrators
Special Prosecution Units Mark National Crime Victims’ Right Week by Recognizing Community Partners
This year marks the 40th anniversary of National Crime Victim’s Rights Week. NCVRW promotes victims’ rights, honors crime victims and recognizes those who advocate on their behalf. Considering this year’s…
District Attorney General Charme Allen Fights Fentanyl to Save Lives
Deadly Opioid Nearly 100 Times More Powerful Than Morphine; Overdoses on the Rise
District Attorney General releases annual fatal overdose report on Overdose Awareness Day
The annual report presents interactions between overdose victims and the criminal
Despite national bike shortage, District Attorney General Charme Allen holds up her end of the deal for attendance reward program at West Hills Elementary School.
General Charme Allen presented brand-new bikes to
2020 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Kicks Off
The District Attorney General’s Office is committed to creating a criminal justice response
2019 Year in Review Report
This report provides a snapshot of the office’s accomplishments
Shine a Light on Slavery Day
Learn how to spot and stop sex trafficking in East Tennessee.
“A Shot at Life” Pilot Program Reduces Recidivism and Relapse Rates
Overdose deaths were skyrocketing in Knox County, jails were