Oakdale Police Department

  • Agency: Oakdale Police Department
  • Address: 245 North Second Avenue, Oakdale, 95361 CA
  • Chief: Marty West (Chief of Police)
Phone: 209-847-2231
Fax: (209) 847-3790

Oakdale Police Department is located at 245 North Second Avenue, Oakdale, 95361 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Marty West. The Oakdale Police Department phone number is 209-847-2231.

Oakdale Police Department News

Roadway is now open to all lanes of traffic.

Traffic Alert: OPD is on scene of a traffic collision with the roadway blocked in the area of Hwy 108/Stearns.

We want to wish everyone a Happy New Years. Please be safe and drink responsibly. #2018 #opd #nye #saturationpatrol #yourchoice

OPD wishes you all a very Merry Christmas. 🎄 #opd #community #christmas

Man Arrested after Late Night Break-in at Pit Stop Auto Lube. http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/49e361_40cba993a6db44efa842344bac9a509a.pdf

Man Arrested for Vandalizing Historic Building http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/49e361_0cb48121624b4a1c8f82d0de0ec8e8ef.pdf

Traffic Collision under Investigation http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/49e361_59a2c1969cc443dfaba7d5253d6e29e7.pdf

Traffic Update: Both lanes of traffic are now open on N. Yosemite. Be advised of traffic delays.

Traffic Update: Roadways will open in approximately 30 minutes.

Traffic delay in the 700 block of N. Yosemite Avenue due to a traffic collision for approximately 20 minutes. Officers are working a traffic collision and the roadway is partially blocked.

HOLIDAY SAFETY TIPS http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/49e361_2f7cdddc3ddb4c6db5983c3630af3806.pdf

Blue Santa stops by Oakdale’s Old Fashion Downtown Christmas 🎄 Event this evening!

Blue Line Wives and OPD present check for $1,010 to Memorial Hospital Foundation - Cancer Services as a result of donations generated from the Pink Patch Program during the Month of October.

Update: The 34 year old male pedestrian who was on his bicycle was released from the hospital and sustained minor injuries. Indications show the 34 year old male entered the pathway of southbound traffic with his bicycle (no lights) in the evening on 11/28/17. The traffic accident is still under investigation.

Happening Now: Human Trafficking and Internet Safety Community Conversation at the Gene Bianchi Community Center.

Vehicle vs. Pedestrian at East “J” Street and South 5th Avenue. Pedestrian was medi flighted to a local area hospital for major injuries. All lanes of traffic are open.

Have you seen Robert Starkweather, 16 yrs, last seen wearing a black jacket, black jeans with a black backpack? Robert hasn’t been seen since earlier this afternoon. If you see him or know where he is please call Oakdale Police 209-847-2231.

Festival of Tree Lighting. #opd #community #treelighting

Happy Thanksgiving from OPD! #opd #givethanks #community

Please join us for the Festival of Trees at Wood Park on Friday, November 24th at 4:30. #opd #community #festivaloftrees

Oakdale Takes Second Place in National Night Out! http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/49e361_886de7de6b39483e90d3ce738539ced6.pdf

Have you seen 54 year old Grant Dale?? Grant Dale has 3 warrants out for his arrest and is wanted for auto theft and resisting arrest. If you know of his whereabouts or have information leading to his arrest please contact Oakdale Police at 209-847-2231.

Please join us on November 29, 2017 from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm at the Gene Bianchi Community Center – 110 S. 2nd Avenue for an informational discussion on human trafficking and child safety on social media.

Please come and join the Oakdale Police Department and Center for Human Services at the Gene Bianchi Community Center to learn about how Human Trafficking can impact communities and safeguarding your child on Social Media. This discussion will cover information that may not be suitable for children under 12 years of age. Teenage attendance is encouraged and is beneficial.