Nichols Hills Police Department
6407 Avondale Drive
Nichols Hills, Oklahoma 73116
Phone: (405) 843-5672
Fax: (405) 840-4936
A: We are located at the SW corner of Avondale and Western, with a physical address of 6407 Avondale Drive. The Police Department entrance is located on the east wing of City Hall.
A: Yes - Both, the Patrol Division and Communications Division are on duty 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year, in order to provide both emergency and non-emergency services.
A: There is no time limit. Discretion is left up to the reporting person.
A: Yes - You can call Nichols Hills PD's Anonymous Tip Line at (405) 879-8872.
A: Animal Control works Tuesday through Saturday, 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. Animal Control is dispatched through the Police Communications Division. You can call (405) 843-5672 to reach a communications officer who will dispatch Animal Control. Call the same number if you have need of animal control services after hours.
A: No, we do not provide this service for employment, gun licensing or background investigations. We recommend that persons needing fingerprints taken contact the Oklahoma County Sheriff's office. They will provide this service for a small fee.
A: If the police department impounds a vehicle, the registered owner will need a release to get the vehicle out of the wrecker yard. A release requires that the owner of the vehicle bring proof of ownership along with photo ID Nichols Hills Police Department. A release will then be given to them and they can go retrieve the vehicle at the yard. The Nichols Hills Police Department is not responsible for fees incurred against the vehicle due to the tow or storage of the vehicle. It is the responsibility of the vehicle owner to pay these prior to the wrecker yard releasing the vehicle.
A: The request for a VPO must be filed at the county court clerk's office. This is located on the fourth floor of the courthouse at 320 Robert S. Kerr in Oklahoma City. This application will be presented to a judge, who will then decide if a temporary order should be issued. If the judge issues the order, it will only become valid if it is served to the opposing party. After it is served, both parties will have a court date where they will present their case before a judge. The judge will then determine if the order should be made permanent.
A: Citations issued by Nichols Hills Police officers can be paid or contested by contacting the Nichols Hills Court clerk. The court clerk's office is located in City Hall. The phone number for the court clerk is (405) 843-3358.