Oceanside Police Department

  • Agency: Oceanside Police Department
  • Address: 3855 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, 92054 CA
  • Chief: Frank S McCoy (Chief of Police)

Oceanside Police Department is located at 3855 Mission Avenue, Oceanside, 92054 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Frank S McCoy. The Oceanside Police Department phone number is 760-435-4900.

Oceanside Police Department News

The Oceanside Police Department is currently looking for new Police Explorer candidates. Those interested can find the qualifications at https://www.ci.oceanside.ca.us/gov/police. Use the Patrol drop down to find the Explorer Program and email the programs administrator, Ryan Malone at RMalone@ci.oceanside.ca.us.

During a recent ceremony, Oceanside Police Department retires 3 long time employees. Congratulations for all the years of service to the Oceanside community. Enjoy your well deserved retirement!

Oceanside Police Department's Traffic Services Unit has a new and better tool to combat DUI Drivers thanks to the generous OTS California Office of Traffic Safety Grant.

What percentage of crimes in the San Diego region in 2017 involved a firearm? Find out in the new SANDAG CJ Flash which looks at the association of firearms and crime in our region, including how many arrestees report ever carrying a gun, where arrestees get firearms, and how easy it is to get a gun. https://www.sandag.org/uploads/publicationid/publicationid_4535_24599.pdf

Coffee with a Cop will be held September 20th 8am-10am at Villa Trieste 3340 Sicily Way Oceanside

#latepost Thank you Beach Break Cafe for hosting our Cocoa with a Cop with these amazing Girl scouts!

Chief McCoy and the Oceanside Police Department welcomed a Cohort of local faith leaders, brought together by the USD Kroc Institute For Peace and Justice through the Building Trust Partnership.

Oceanside Police Department’s Senior Volunteer, Tom Carroll, was recently honored by the San Diego County Crime Commission as one of our department’s distinguished volunteers. Congratulations Tom.

#latepost Two weekends ago our Explorers attended the San Diego County Law Enforcement Explorer Advisors Association Academy. Terrell Burnett won the Alfred Edgar Top Explorer Award. This is given to one Explorer per academy for excellence in leadership qualities, academics, and all around physical training. He also won the Physical Training Award for all of 1st phase out of well over 100 participants. Please join us in congratulating their wonderful achievements.

The Oceanside Department is offering the Citizens Academy in Spanish starting October 1st.

Oceanside Police Departments Chief McCoy takes the three new officers for a ride in the departments specialty vehicle. This vehicle was donated by Mossy Nissan located in Oceanside.