How do I find out if the Oakland Police Department is in possession of my personal property?
If you have reason to believe that the Oakland Police Department has property belonging to you that was either lost, taken in a theft or turned in for safe keeping, you can call the Department at 407-656-9797, from 8:30 a.m. until noon and from 1 p.m. until 4:30, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. If the property can be released you can make arrangements at that time. You may be asked to provide proof of ownership. If it is considered evidence, it may not be released until the criminal case has been disposed of.

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1. What are the non-emergency and administrative phone numbers for the Oakland Police Department?
2. What is the address of the Oakland Police Department and where is it located?
3. Does the Oakland Police Department do fingerprints for people? If so, how do I go about having this done?
4. How do I obtain a copy of an incident or traffic crash report?
5. If I received a traffic citation that I don’t believe I deserved, how to I contest it?
6. How do I get a concealed weapons permit?
7. Who is required to wear a bicycle helmet?
8. How do I report suspicious activity?
9. Is there a period of time that I have to wait before reporting someone missing?
10. How do I find out if the Oakland Police Department is in possession of my personal property?