City of Oklahoma City


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Four patrol divisions serve the various geographic areas of Oklahoma City under the Operations Bureau of the OKCPD.  The bureaus are commanded by two Deputy Chiefs and the patrol divisions are each headed by a Major. Each of these divisions include over 150 uniformed officers that directly serve the citizens of Oklahoma City every day. The uniform support division is also headed by a Major and includes specialized units which support the patrol divisions.

Briefing Stations

Hefner Briefing Station Hefner Patrol Division covers 141 square miles of northwest and far western parts of Oklahoma City. Included in the division are the Lake Hefner and Lake Overholser recreational areas. The Hefner Briefing Station provides meeting facilities for citizen groups and neighborhood associations.
Santa Fe Briefing Station Santa Fe Patrol Division covers the most land area of the four patrol divisions, 293 square miles of southeast and southwest Oklahoma City. Included within the division are the Lake Stanley Draper recreation area, the I-240 corridor and OKC Community College. The new Santa Fe Briefing Station was built in 2008.
Springlake Briefing Station Springlake Patrol Division covers 130 square miles in northeast and northwest Oklahoma City and includes OKC's Adventure District, the Oklahoma State Capitol and OKC's northern interstate corridors. Built in February 1990, Springlake Briefing Station is the only joint Police-Fire station presently operational in Oklahoma City.
Will Rogers Briefing Station Will Rogers Patrol Division covers 25 square miles of the core of Oklahoma City. Formerly known as Central Division, Will Rogers includes all of the downtown event centers, entertainment/business districts, government complexes and the OK State Fairgrounds. Will Rogers Briefing Station was built in 1977.


Traffic Complaints

If citizens have a traffic complaint about a occurring situation that poses an immediate threat (emergency situation), please call 911 for a police response. Emails about traffic complaints are for ongoing issues such as chronic speeding, running stop signs or other traffic hazards in neighborhoods. Your complaint will be reviewed by a police supervisor for assignment to an officer. To register a traffic complaint to the Oklahoma City Police Department, email your detailed message, including the specific location and specific examples or call the police Non-Emergency line at 405-231-2121.