Oakland Community College

The Oakland Police Academy began training police canine teams in the spring of 1998. This unique, academy structured program is the first of its kind in Michigan. Veteran police canine trainers and handlers offer an unparalleled level of proficiency and experience to prospective police agencies.

Top quality pre-trained dogs are offered for both the Narcotic and Patrol Dog Academies. This allows the academy to provide each trainee with the necessary equipment and skills needed to become an affective canine handler and a valuable resource to their department.

If you would like specific information regarding the canine program, please contact the Oakland Police Academy Canine Coordinator Robert Loken at 248-515-8410.

Flyers for each class can now be obtained by clicking on the class name

October 12 - November 13, 2015

To register for classes, please contact Brenda Dick at 248-232-4220.  Please confirm all registrations prior to attending.