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Incorporated in 1876, the Oxford Village Police Department focuses on maintaining social order and peace, as well as provides law enforcement services. The department is a member of the Oakland County Chiefs Association the Michigan Police Chiefs Association. It operates an administration division that oversees the day-to-day operations of the police department.
It maintains a communications division that handles radio traffic through patrol officers on the road.

The Oxford Village Police Department operates a detective bureau that provides various investigation services. The department maintains a communication center that offers fire-related, police protection and medical services.

Located in Oxford, Mich., the department offers an array of programs to the community. The programs we offer are designed to provide information to residents and visitors about various subjects such as personal safety and building security.






Our Mission

The members of the Oxford Village Police Department will help to provide a safe and secure welcoming community for its residents proprietors and visitors. Each member will be committed to the highest ideals of integrity to maintain the respect, confidence and trust of the citizens they serve.


For Emergencies Dial 9-1-1
Emergency Information Hotline:

Oxford Village Police Department
22 West Burdick
P.O. Box 94
Oxford, Michigan 48371
General Information (Non-Emergency)
Phone: 248-628-2581
Fax: 248-628-7030
















Meet Our Chief

 Chief Michael Neymanowski started with this agency in 1998 as a part time patrol officer and communications officer. Before coming working for the Oxford Police Department, Neymanowski worked for Detroit Police. more...

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Amber Alerts

AMBER Alerts are broadcast through radio, television, road signs and all available technology referred to as the AMBER Alert Secondary Distribution Program.

Family Safety

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How Do I?

Locked out of your car? Need to get a clearance letter? Do you need to schedule PBT Testing. Visit our How Do I? Section for the most commonly asked questions of our department.