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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We are at The University of Oklahoma today visiting Dr. Capple’s Capstone Class in Kaufman Hall. #okcpdrecruiting #soonergraduates #futurepoliceofficers
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Congrats Recruit Class 136! We are very proud of your efforts the last seven months and look forward to hearing about your success over the next four months in the FTO program. Be safe!
Recruit Class 137 is set and those recruits will begin their journey on June 1st. We are already working applicants for Recruit Class 138 which we anticipate starting in late January 2019. If you want to be considered for Recruit Class 138, NOW is the time to submit your applicaton and you too can start your journey in becoming one of OKC's finest.
To submit an application, visit our website at www.joinokcpd.com and click on "apply here." You will be directed to a website to submit an online application. If you have any questions, please contact the recruiting office at (405) 297-1116.
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The OCPD Recruiting Unit will be in Langston tomorrow, Wednesday March 7th for Langston University's 2018 Spring Career Fair. Come see us!
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Have you ever been curious about policing and have the desire to learn more? The OKCPD Citizens Police Academy gives citizens a unique insight into their Police Department. Academy attendees get instruction on a variety of law enforcement subjects. The classes are taught by men and women of the Oklahoma City Police Department who perform these tasks on a daily basis. Classes meet once a week (usually Tuesday evening) from 6 until 9 pm, at the Police Training Center, for 12 consecutive weeks. Some classes will meet at off-campus locations so attendees can see demonstrations by specialized units. Classes are scheduled to start on February 20th, 2018.
For more information and to access our downloadable application, please visit:
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