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211 is a vital service that connects millions of people every year. To get expert, caring help, simply call 211 (or 1-800-833-2900) or text HOPE to 20121 today.El 211 es un servicio vital que conecta a millones de personas cada año. Para conseguir ayuda experta y atenta, simplemente llame al 211 (o 1-800-833-2900) or envie un mensaje de texto HOPE al 20121 hoy. ... See MoreSee Less
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One of the main missions of the Oakley Police Department is to find long term solutions for those in Oakley that have found themselves homeless. The Oakley Police Department is making contact daily and in collaboration with the Contra Costa County Coordinated Outreach, Referral, and Engagement Team (CORE). Recently OPD has been able to identify at least three homeless individuals that are seeking permanent housing solutions and has put them in contact with CORE.Additionally, OPD was able to reunite a homeless man with his sister, who lives out of state and was looking for him. ... See MoreSee Less
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HAPPY RETIREMENT TO OFFICER IAN JONES Officer Ian Jones retired from the Oakley Police Department today. Officer Jones began his law enforcement career with the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office in 1995 and was assigned to the Oakley Police Department in 2000.At that time, the Oakley Police Department was run as a contract with the Sheriff’s Office. In 2003 Officer Jones became the City of Oakley’s first canine handler and he and canine Bessie set a great standard for all of our subsequent canine teams to emulate. Together Officer Jones and Bessie had 34 apprehensions!Officer Jones to returned to serve the citizens of Oakley as a member of the Oakley Police Department again in 2012 as a Traffic Officer and he was a founding member of the stand-alone Oakley Police Department in 2016. Today he retired on the exact day five years ago that the stand alone OPD was founded.Officer Jones has served an honorable 26 year law enforcement career and we have been blessed to have him within our ranks. We wish him nothing but happiness as he enjoys his retirement! ... See MoreSee Less
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POLICE SAFELY STOP DANGEROUS DRIVER FROM HARMING THE PUBLICOn Tuesday, May 4th, at approximately 10:30 a.m. officers were dispatched to the area of Main and Empire about an erratic driver. Callers stated that the white vehicle was driving very erratically, going in and out traffic, driving dangerously and almost colliding with both vehicles and pedestrians. Officers located the vehicle and a pursuit ensued, ultimately being cancelled for the safety of the public as it left the Oakley city limits. Shortly after cancelling the pursuit, the vehicle returned to the City and was driving even more erratic than previously, an obvious danger to the public. Officers again attempted to stop the vehicle which again failed to yield, however this time the vehicle intentionally collided with an occupied patrol vehicle. Officers continued to attempt to stop the vehicle which eventually collided with a tree in the area of Main and Norcross. Medical assistance was requested for the sole occupant and driver of the vehicle, who was uncooperative and acting erratically. Possibly suffering a medical emergency and or mental health issues. Luckily, no injuries were sustained to the public or the officers. ... See MoreSee Less
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Summer Camp season is coming soon and we're thrilled to announce in-person camps. Register today at secure.rec1.com/CA/oakley-ca/catalog ... See MoreSee Less
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