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The Oakwood Public Safety Department is a law enforcement agency located in Montgomery County, Ohio. The department is composed of 29 public safety officers, including 1 chief, 2 captains, 4 lieutenants, and 22 patrol officers, 4 dispatchers, and 2 records clerks. These officers are responsible for responding to calls for service, preventing crime, solving crimes, making local arrests and providing services to the community. The dispatchers of the department are responsible for answering calls for service and sending out the appropriate units. The records clerks are responsible for maintaining all police reports and arrest records coming into the department. The mission of the department is to work in partnership with the citizens to enhance the quality of life.
Alan J. Hill, Chief of Public Safety
Oakwood Police Department
30 Park Avenue
Oakwood, OH 45419
Population Served: 9,500
Number of Officers: 31
All persons arrested by the Oakwood Police Department are transported to the Montgomery County Jail. The Montgomery County Jail is a minimum to maximum security facility located in Dayton, Ohio. The jail houses adult offenders who have been arrested and charged with misdemeanor or felony offenses.
Inmates are encouraged to visit with their friends and family members while incarcerated. Inmates are allowed two 30 minute visits a week. All visits are through a video recording monitoring system. Visits can take place onsite or remotely. Visits can be scheduled through the SmartJailMail website. Available visitation days and times will be released once an account is made.
Onsite Visitation Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 9am to 2:30pm, 4:30pm to 8pm
The crime rate in Oakwood, Ohio is 131. The overall crime rate is 2.1 times smaller than the US average. The crime rate is higher than the crime rate in 51.8% of all cities in the US. The annual crime rate has increased by 40% in the last year, but, in the last 5 years, the city has seen a decline in both violent and property crimes.