Department of

Public Safety

Public Safety

The Oakland Community College Department of Public Safety is committed to providing the students, faculty, staff, and visitors with a safe and secure environment.

We accomplish this through:

  • A team of highly-trained, state-certified police officers
  • Community policing style of law enforcement
  • Crime Prevention
  • Partnerships between officers, students and employees
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COLLEGE POLICE AUTHORITY

On July 15, 2002, the Oakland Community College Board of Trustees authorized the College to form a police department.  They also formed a Public Safety Advisory Committee.  The Public Safety Advisory Committee shall receive and address grievances by persons against College Police Officers or the College Police Department and may recommend to the Director of Public Safety that disciplinary measures be taken against a Police Officer who is found responsible for misconduct in office.  To file a complaint, please use the Citizen Complaint Form.

PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES

  • Escorts
  • Vehicle Lock Outs
  • Vehicle Jump Starts
  • Lost & Found
  • Crash Reports

Visit the CLEMIS site to obtain traffic accident or crash reports.

Other Services

  •  All Criminal Matters
  • Community Policing
  • Crime Prevention
  • Parking Enforcement
  • Medical Calls
  • Traffic Accidents
  • Disorderly Complaints
  • Provide Direction
  • Environmental Issues
  • Suspicious Situations
  • Stalking/Assault
  • Patrol Services
  • Security Services
  • Publish Crime Statistics
  • Safety Issues
  • Emergency Management

PARKING

Students do not need permits to park in student parking lots or in the parking structures. There is no charge for parking. Parking outside of a designated parking space will result in a ticket. Please check the campus maps for the location of student parking lots and structures as well as information and helpful tips. Students are not permitted in staff and faculty lots. The first two weeks of classes are very busy. Arrive early for your class, especially night classes. Park in designated spaces only, avoid parking in fire lanes, or on yellow diagonal lines. Handicap parking areas require a state permit obtained from the Secretary of States office.

To take care of a ticket, follow the instructions on the ticket.

Campus Office Locations

Auburn Hills Campus
G Building, Room G-101
2900 Featherstone Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326-2845
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Highland Lakes Campus
Student Center, Room SC-101
7350 Cooley Lake Road
Waterford, MI  48327-4187
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Orchard Ridge Campus
M Building, Room M-161
27055 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington Hills, MI  48334-4579
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Royal Oak Campus
B Building, Room B-107
739 S. Washington Street
Royal Oak, MI  48067-3898
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Southfield Campus
A Building, Room A-205
22322 Rutland Drive
Southfield, MI  48075-4793
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