The list below includes the many different community services offered by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office. If you have any questions regarding the information found here, please contact us.
Operation Medicine Cabinet
Individuals wishing to properly dispose of their unused or expired medications may bring them to any of Operation Medicine Cabinet's thirty six locations: including thirteen Sheriff's Office locations, and twenty three additional law enforcement locations throughout Oakland County. Sheriff's collection sites include our locations in Addison Township, Brandon Township, Commerce Township, Highland Township, Independence Township, Lyon Township, Oakland Township, Orion Township, Oxford Township, Pontiac Substation, Pontiac HQ, Rochester Hills Substation, and Springfield Township. For a full list of drop-off sites, click
STOPPED Program- A voluntary parental notification system intended to promote safe driving by teens.
Cops-N-Cribs Program The Cops-N-Cribs program provides portable cribs at no charge to eligible families in need of providing a safe place for their baby to sleep and information on safe sleep education.
The Lock-It-Up Oakland program was introduced in June of 2016 by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office and the Oakland County Board of Commissioners as an expansion to the Oakland County Board of Commissioners Gun Safety Awareness Day. Both efforts promote and encourage safe gun storage.
The Oakland County Sheriff's Office is now providing professional and courteous drug and alcohol testing and the most accurate and reliable test results to our clients, agents, courts, and the general public. Parents, referring agents, and court-ordered clients are all eligible for quick, accurate, convenient RESULTS!
Coats for the Cold
An effort sponsored by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office to provide coats to those in need during the winter months.
Pizza Patrol is a Sheriff's Office partnership with Little Caesar's Pizza which began in 2015. This is one more way in which the Sheriff's Office is looking to improve and foster relationships with the community and young people.
Treats For Troops
Each Halloween, the Sheriff's Office collects leftover candy and arranges to have it sent to our troops overseas.
Sheriff's Re-CYCLE for Kids
Oakland County Sheriff's Office collects, refurbishes, and distributes recycled bicycles to children in need.
Soak N' Summer
The Oakland County Sheriff's Office, with the Oakland County Parks and Recreation Division, Oakland County Credit Union, Meijer, and Little Caesars Pizza, annually sponsor the Soak N' Summer events at Waterford Oaks water park.
Residents of Oakland County may bring documents to the Sheriff's Office to shred. Shred Corp will have their mobile shred truck here at the Sheriff's Office Headquarters to provide community shredding.
Senior Cell Phone Program
Since 2002, the Oakland County Sheriff's Office has been equipping seniors with a mobile means of contacting help in the event of an emergency. Senior Cell Phones are given out every Friday morning from 9am-Noon at the Sheriff's Office Headquarters at 1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Building 38E in Pontiac.
Child Internet Safety Program
Learn how to keep kids safe on the Internet.
Child Car Safety Seat Inspections
Get your vehicle's Child Safety Seat inspected to ensure it complies with current laws and regulations.
Student of the Month
Program started by Sheriff Bouchard as a way to recognize Oakland County students doing good things.
U-Turn (Your Life Around) Program
A partnership with Oakland County Youth Assistance which aims to educate youth and their parents about the consequences of crime and the realities of prison life.
Bears on Patrol
Supplies patrol cars with teddy bears to be given to children found in crisis situations.
ICE - In Case of Emergency Campaign. Put ICE on your cell phone. It could save your life.
Variety Feeds Kids with the Oakland County Sheriff's Office
The Oakland County Sheriff's Office, Variety Feeds Kids, and Meijer Stores formed a new partnership in 2014 that benefits thousands of children in the Pontiac school district.