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Oakwood, Ohio Jail and Mugshot Information
The City of Oakwood, Ohio has a population of 9,202. The mayor as of 2018 is William D. Duncan. His phone number is 223-7272. The city can be found in Montgomery County.
William D. Duncan
30 Park Avenue.,
Oakwood, Ohio 45419
The crime index of Oakwood, as reported by a 2006 statistic, was 131.2. There has been 4 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 2,263 to 1. The number of registered sex offenders compared to the number of residents in this city is a lot smaller than the state average.
Oakwood, Ohio Police Station Information
Oakwood’s Public Safety Department is very unique in that law enforcement, fire protection and emergency/rescue services are all performed by the same personnel. This consolidated operation employs thirty full-time officers who are all trained and certified as peace officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians or paramedics. Created in 1927, Oakwood’s Safety Department is the second oldest consolidated department in the country.
The department operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week with full-time, paid personnel. It is administered by the Public Safety Director who serves as both Police Chief and Fire Chief.
Oakwood operates its own Public Safety Dispatch Center and receives 911 emergency and non-emergency calls. The system allows direct and immediate contact with Oakwood Public Safety Department personnel 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Citizens should call 911 IMMEDIATELY for any POLICE, FIRE, and MEDICAL emergencies.
Oakwood’s state-of-the-art communications center allows public safety personnel to be dispatched rapidly, with response times significantly under the national standard. Dispatchers are familiar with the community, adding to residents’ sense of safety and reassurance.
Oakwood safety officers are highly visible and involved in the community, whether exercising the strict traffic enforcement that protects the city’s pedestrian, biking and vehicular ambiance, patrolling the business districts on foot or on bikes, or participating in educational and community activities.
Ambulance service is provided to all Oakwood residents, visitors and businesses. Oakwood is an area leader in advanced emergency victim care, offering the most up-to-date equipment and training to handle cardiac, respiratory and other emergency situations. Emergency situations are defined as those which threaten life or require treatment in emergency room facilities of a hospital. Citizens may select from a number of private ambulance services for medical conditions that are clearly non-emergency in nature.
The Safety Department responds to a wide variety of police calls. An officer responds to all calls for service and follows through with all complaints. The detective section handles more involved and complex cases. For police emergencies, call 911. For non-emergency situations, citizens may call (937) 298-2122 to request assistance.
Oakwood Police Department Address:
Alex Bebris, Chief of Police
30 Park Ave,
Dayton, OH 45419
History of the Montgomery County Jail
In 1803, an election was held and George Newcombe was elected the first Montgomery County Sheriff. His office was in a tavern, so he met his need for a jail by lowering prisoners into a dry well with a rope and by chaining prisoners to a corncrib.
The first real jail was built in 1803 and was a log building. In 1811, this jail was removed to make room for a new building, which was a combination jail and Sheriff’s residence.
In 1834, a single-story building of heavy cut stone was erected in the yard at the rear of the jail. It had four cells with stone floors and arched brick ceilings. This served the county for ten years.
In 1844, a new county jail was built. It was 60 feet wide by 100 feet long and had limestone walls two feet thick. The new jail’s capacity was 60-70 prisoners.
In 1869, a new jail was built on Third Street behind the new courthouse. This building was equipped with a gallows and public hangings were carried out at the jail. The last hanging in Montgomery County occurred in 1877.
Construction of the next county jail was completed in 1965, at 330 West Second Street. That jail is now a portion of the current county jail complex, which was completed in 1993. The most recent renovation was completed in December of 2004, bringing the current facility to its 900 prisoner-bed capacity.
Oakwood, Ohio Jail:
Address 1: 30 Park Ave
Zip Code: 45419-3400
County: Montgomery County
Phone #: 937-298-2122
Fax #: 937-297-2907
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 9500
Number of Officers: 31
Open Records Request in Oakwood, Ohio
As a political subdivision of the State of Ohio, Oakwood is subject to public records laws. In accordance with Chapter 149 of the Ohio Revised Code, Oakwood maintains a written policy addressing the storage and availability of these records.