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.
The Oxford Borough Police Department and Oxford Area School District Police wish School Crossing Guard William McKim a happy and well deserved retirement. A certificate was presented to Mr. McKim on March 16, 2021 at the Oxford Borough Police station for his ten years of exemplary service with Oxford Borough and Oxford School District as a School Crossing Guard. Mr.
WWW = WHOLE WORLD WATCHING The Oxford Police continue to encourage all parents and guardians to talk to their children about online and cell phone safety. Your child does not have privacy rights! Inspect their phones and computer history often. Recently, Oxford police were made aware of yet another website / app "OMEGLE" that encourages staying connected during lockdowns, meeting new people, and talking to strangers.
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Sam Iacono, Chief of Police
Welcome new full time police officer Paul FRIE
US FLAG DROP BOX is located just outside the front door of the Oxford Borough Police Department, 57 N 4th Street Oxford Pa 19363. For the disposal of retired, tattered, torn, or faded US flags only. Thank you to Boy Scouts Troop 13
Oxford Borough police officers are now using WatchGuard vehicle and body worn cameras. The cameras are the result of a grant to promote transparency & accountability in the department, assess accuracy of the nature of events articulated by officers and community relationships with law enforcement.
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