The Oklahoma City Police Department is now taking applications for the next academy!
The Oklahoma City Police Department, with a uniformed force of 1069 officers and 300 civilian employees, protects citizens and property from criminal activity, keeps the peace, enforces laws, apprehends criminals and helps prepare cases for prosecution.
The department has a central police headquarters, and five substations covering over 2,500 police reporting districts averaging 1/4 square mile in size. The Oklahoma City Police Department is responsible for protecting and responding to calls within almost 700 square miles.
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The Recruiting Unit will have Recruiters at the Safety Fair at Quail Springs Mall tomorrow, Saturday, May 19th from 11am to 3pm. If you are interested in a career with our department, come stop by our booth and talk to us. We will be set up on the lower level on the east side of the mall near Von Maur.
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*****WE ARE HIRING!!!*****
Applications are being accepted and we've began testing for Oklahoma City Police Department's 138th Police Recruit Academy set to start on January 25th, 2019. Now's the time to make a difference, to make a change, and become one of OKC's finest. Come join our department! A department about change! About doing more!
For more information visit our website at www.joinokcpd.com or call us at (405) 297-1116.
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Last night at the Civic Center Music Hall, we had our 2nd Annual OKCPD/Metro Tech Cadet Ball honoring this years Metro Tech Law Enforcement Cadets. What a great event it was. Congrats to this year’s Cadets and Good Luck at Nationals SkillsUSA in Louisville, Kentucky.
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We were fortunate to have the Black Chamber of Commerce - Metro OKC visit our training center on Tuesday. They were given a presentation about our basic requirements, the types of candidates we are looking for, the benefits of choosing our department, and things potential candidates can be doing to better their chances of becoming an Oklahoma City Police Officer. They also got the chance to experience the FATS (Firearms Training Simulator). The simulator puts them in scenarios that officers see in the field on a daily basis and lets them experience those situations but in a training atmosphere.