To the men and women of the Oxford Borough Police Department,
On Monday, September 20, 2021 between the hours of 2:20PM and 3:56 PM, The Oxford Borough Police Department conducted a traffic detail along the 400 block S 5th Street (S 5th & Garfield Street) 4 officers participated using a speed timing device to enforce the 15 MPH School Zone with activated flashing yellow lights between 2:15PM and 4:00 PM. During the detail, 267 vehicles were clocked in the northbound direction only.
Effective September 6, 2021: No parking posted on both sides of Market Street, between 5th and the Borough Line. Please pay close attention to displayed signage and adjust your parking locations appropriately. Your time, attention, and expected cooperation is appreciated.
The Chester County District Attorney’s Office and Oxford Borough Police Department announce the arrest of Luis Morales, 56, of West Chester, for the sexual abuse of a student in 3rd and 4th grades between 2014 and 2016 at Nottingham Elementary School in Oxford. The defendant is charged with multiple counts of Aggravated Indecent Assault, Institutional Sexual Assault, Corruption of Minors, and related offenses.
The Oxford Borough Police Department would like to introduce you to “Chief Sammy”. Some of you may know “Flat Stanley” but we wanted to personalize it with our own with Chief Sammy. The Oxford Police Department is searching for ways to promote their social media platforms and engage in a fun activity. Chief Iacono started his career as Chief of Police in September 2018. We encourage ALL children and families to participate.
The Borough of Oxford is 1.9 square miles with over 5,000 residents living, attending schools, and working in our community.
The Oxford Borough Police Department has a long history providing public safety, along side our partners at the Pennsylvania State Police. We at OPD are committed more then ever to provide our community with the most timely and accurate information.
The Oxford Borough Police request the public’s assistance to identify a suspect wanted in questioning for felony credit card fraud. SPECIAL ATTENTION North East, Cecil County Maryland. Video surveillance taken from the Food Lion, North East Maryland on April 26, 2021. Please call 610-268-3171 case #OP-21-01247.
The Oxford Borough Police Department continuously strive to uphold our core values and promote public safety as often and as reasonably as possible. Law Enforcement of "low level" criminal activity may seem to the public that the police are picking on individuals, but in reality we will never know the life that was saved or injury prevented by enforcing ALL laws.
The Oxford Borough Police Department's newest full-time police officer, Officer Karlianna Eller was sworn in on Monday, April 19, 2021 during the Borough Council meeting.
On Tuesday, April 6, 2021 between the hours of 2:20PM and 3:55 PM, The Oxford Borough Police Department conducted a traffic detail along the 200-400 block S 5th Street (In front of the Jordan Bank & Penn's Grove Schools) 6 officers participated using a speed timing device to enforce the 15 MPH School Zone with activated flashing yellow lights between 2:15PM and 4:00 PM. During the detail, 650 vehicles were clocked.
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