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If it is an urgent matter, call 9-1-1 and request to speak to a police supervisor.
Complete the Oakdale Police Department Comment FormNOTE - To file a formal grievance please complete the Personnel Complaint Form (PDF). A formal complaint requires a signature and must be mailed or submitted in person: Oakdale Police Department1584 Hadley Avenue NOakdale, MN 55128
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Any time you need a Police, Fire or Medical response you should dial 9-1-1. The dispatcher will ask you where your emergency is and what is happening. Please remain calm when talking to the dispatcher. Remember … when calling 9-1-1 it is very important to stay on the phone, even if 9-1-1 was dialed in error. The dispatcher is required to verify where the call is coming from and if an emergency exists. If you hang up, a police officer will be sent to the location the 9-1-1 computer provides.
Anytime you need a police service to file a report or have an officer sent to your home, call 9-1-1. In other events, call the non-emergency number at 651-738-1025.
The Police department is open Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 4:30 PM.
Email Oakdale records at firstname.lastname@example.org ORComplete a Data Release Form (PDF) and send it to:Oakdale Police Department1584 Hadley Avenue NOakdale, MN 55128
Registered owners of impounded vehicles need to first show proof of title, insurance, and proof of being a valid driver to the:Oakdale Police Department1584 Hadley Avenue NOakdale, MN 55128
Oakdale Officers can utilize a language line to assist with all languages. Calls may be transferred to a translator as well. Dispatchers are also able to handle calls from TTY.
The Oakdale Police Department ensures that deaf and hard-of-hearing people have full and equal enjoyment of its services, privileges, facilities, advantages, and accommodations, and it will provide Auxiliary Aids and Services at no cost to ensure Effective Communication with these individuals.
No on-street parking is allowed during the hours of 12 AM and 5 AM from November 1 to April 1. Additionally, no parking is allowed on City streets anytime following the accumulation of two or more inches of snow until snow removal is complete. Vehicle owners will be cited for violations and vehicles may be towed.
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Or call 651-430-6000.
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These curfew regulations were created by the City for the safety and welfare of juveniles and to provide for the well being of the general public. For questions about the curfew regulations, please call the Police Department at 651-738-1025.
It is unlawful for a juvenile under the age of 12, without parent or guardian, to be present in any public place within the City of Oakdale:
It is unlawful for juvenile, ages 12 to 14, without parent or guardian, to be present in any public place within the City of Oakdale:
It is unlawful for juvenile, ages 15 to 16, without parent or guardian, to be present in any public place within the City of Oakdale:
It is unlawful for a parent or guardian of a juvenile, to knowingly or through negligent supervision, permit the juvenile to be in any public place within the City of Oakdale during the hours prohibited. Violation by the parent or guardian is a misdemeanor offense.