The Oakland County Sheriff's Office is the largest "full service" Sheriff's Office in the State of Michigan. With a current jurisdictional population of
1.2 million residents, the Sheriff's Office services over 343,000 of those residents through law enforcement contracts in 15 different communities and corrective services for nearly 1600 inmates. The coverage area also encompasses
450 inland lakes.
Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard oversees the department's approximate 1,200 employees and manages an annual budget of over $140.3 million.
Other Key Staff Bios
The Oakland County Sheriff's Office is comprised of two main groups, the
Corrections/Courts Services Group, and the
Law Enforcement Services Group, as well as an
Administrative Services Division.
Click here for a complete list of all Divisions and Services within the OCSO