Oakland County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Oakland County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 1200 N. Telegraph Rd. Bldg. 38E, Pontiac, 48341 MI
  • Chief:
Phone: 248.858.5000
Fax: 248-452-2102
Website:

Oakland County Sheriff's Office is located at 1200 N. Telegraph Rd. Bldg. 38E, Pontiac, 48341 MI. The Oakland County Sheriff's Office phone number is 248.858.5000.

Oakland County Sheriff's Office News

The Sheriff’s Coats for the Cold Coat Drive kicked off today at the Bass Pro Shops with the help of Genisys Credit Union, 105.1 The Bounce, and Oakland County Animal Control & Pet Adoption Center. The Coat Drive runs from November 1-30 and clean, gently-used or new coats can be dropped off at one of our drop-off sites around Oakland County. All Oakland County locations of Real Estate One HQ, Genisys Credit Union are drop-off sites. See below for a full list. Get up to $50 off the cost of a pet adoption ($10 per donated coat, up to five coats).

Prayers sent. ABC News SPECIAL REPORT: Suspect in custody for shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue. Three officers have been shot, and multiple casualties, according to Pittsburgh police. https://abcn.ws/2O8ecnP

As you prepare for Halloween and trick or treating, Sheriff Bouchard encourages parents to check the Michigan Sex Offender Registry to determine where sex offenders reside in your community. Photographs of registered sex offenders and detailed information are also available on the registry. Taking a moment to survey your immediate community may protect your child from becoming a victim on Halloween night or any day or night of the year. To locate sex offenders near you, enter your information here: http://www.icrimewatch.net/index.php?AgencyID=55242

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Forensic Science and DNA Labs always have fun at Halloween!

REMINDER: The Drug Enforcement Administration - DEA's Prescription Drug Take Back Day is tomorrow. Gather your prescription drugs for disposal and drop them on Saturday, October 27th, from 10am to 2pm. For a full list of drop-off sites, go to https://takebackday.dea.gov/. If Saturday's Take Back Day does not work for you, you can always drop your prescriptions year-round as part of the Sheriff's Office Operation Medicine Cabinet program also. https://www.oakgov.com/sheriff/Community%20Services/domestic/Pages/Operation-Medicine-Cabinet.aspx Please see the advisory for more details.

Thank you Karen Drew for taking the time to learn about our DNA lab. You can see why the Sheriff felt it was so important for crime victims.

Watch Channel 4 tonight between 5-6.

Run Across Michigan for Law Enforcement created this for our Fallen Hero Deputy Eric Overall. #NeverQuit

Pontiac Substation in the news!

Sheriff Bouchard Encourages Everyone to Have a SAFE Halloween. Please see the safety tips below.

Sgt. Ramsey and Deputy Wilson and K-9s Gunner and Rebel visit the Everest Academy. Always fun to visit kids!

A reminder to parents to have those tough conversations with your kids - especially during Teen Driver Safety Week. Drinking and driving while underage is never an option. #DriveSoberOrGetPulledOver

Oakland County Sheriff's Deputies are out and about running details to target drunk and drugged drivers in the next few weeks. Please consider using Uber, Lyft, or call someone to be your designated driver. #DriveSoberOrGetPulledOver

The Oakland County Sheriff's Office partners with the Michigan Sheriffs' Association to keep parents/guardians aware of their child's driving behavior. The STOPPED program allows parents to receive a notification when their child has been stopped by a law enforcement officer. To learn more and to sign up, go to this link and enroll your child's vehicle: https://www.misheriff.org/programs/stopped/

RIP Officer Antwan Toney. He was killed in the line of duty while investigating a suspicious vehicle this weekend.

The Oakland County Sheriff's Office recognizes National Teen Driver Safety Week. Please be sure to put your cell phone down, do not drink and drive, watch your speed, and always wear a seat belt. Do not jeopardize your future or the future of someone else due to distracted driving.

The DEA's Take Back Day is fast approaching. Gather your prescription drugs for disposal and drop them on Saturday, October 27, from 10am-2pm. If that date doesn't work, you can always drop your prescriptions year-round as part of the Sheriff's Office Operation Medicine Cabinet program also. Please see the advisory for more details.

Sheriff Bouchard was very honored to speak to the Annual Appreciation of First Responders dinner for fire and police service in Hazel Park. Great group of women and men making a difference every day.

Hope to see you next Tuesday, October 30th from 5 to 7pm at Aaron Perry Park in Pontiac for our 7th Annual Angel's Night Fun Fest!

Please see the Sheriff's Office abandoned auto auction information for October, 2018.

Another sad loss. Prayers sent.

The Oakland County Sheriff's Office is recognizing National School Bus Safety Week. Recently, there have been numerous complaints from concerned citizens about drivers ignoring school bus signals. Please be cautious as violators will be ticketed.

Great partnership for the kids!

Sheriff Bouchard said, “He says he tripped and that’s why he shot. I believe the video shows something else and I hope the jury sees it as well. “

The Sheriff's Office advises you to use the following safety tips while bow hunting this season. Good luck to all of our hunters. Be safe! •Prior to each use, check your bow and arrows for signs of damage or wear. •Only point your bow and arrow in a safe direction . •Only nock an arrow when it is safe to shoot. •Be sure of your target and what is in front of it, immediately behind it, and beyond it. •Never shoot over a ridge. •Only shoot when you have a safe range or shooting area, as well as a safe backstop or background. •Do not shoot at an animal standing on a ridge top (a “skyline” shot) where you cannot identify a safe background. •Keep your emotions under control, and think about safety first. •Do not drink alcohol or take mood-altering drugs before or during bow hunting. •Hunt and shoot within your own physical limitations. •Exercise regularly and stay in good shape, especially before strenuous hunts. •Let family or friends know exactly where you will be hunting. •Always carry broad heads in a sturdy quiver which fully covers razor-sharp blades. •Dress properly for the worst weather conditions you may encounter. •Carry basic survival gear every time you go into the field, even for short hikes. •Clearly identify the specific game animal you intend to shoot before releasing an arrow. •Carefully cross barriers or obstacles with arrows secured in a quiver. •When climbing into an elevated stand, always attach yourself to the tree from the time you start climbing until you are back on the ground. •Use a full-body harness that is attached so that you will drop less than a foot if you fall. •Always use a haul line to bring your gear into your elevated stand and to lower your gear when you are through hunting—do not climb or descend with a bow in your hand.