Frequently Asked Questions
This page features a number of common frequently asked questions we receive at the Oldham County Police Department. If you have a question and cannot find the answer to it on this page, please feel free to contact us for the answer by clicking here
Contact the Oldham County Circuit Clerk's Office at (502) 222-0522.
The Oldham County Police Department does offer a ride along program for students receiving college credit hours.
If you have information regarding criminal or traffic activity that is of a NON-EMERGENCY nature, please contact Oldham County Central Dispatch at (502) 222-0111.
If you have information regarding criminal or traffic activity that is of an EMERGENCY nature, please call 911.
If you have information and you would like to remain confidential click here. All information is confidential.
An authorized person may obtain a copy of their collision
report form the Oldham County Police Department by clicking on this link
and the report will be forwarded at no charge via the
Internet, or a written request by mail to:
Oldham County Police Department
Please allow 5 business days after the occurrence.
The cost of the report is ten (10) cents per page.
Persons authorized to receive copies of an accident collision report per Kentucky Revised Statue 189.635 include:
1. Involved Person
Obtaining a Police Application:
Applications may be picked up at the Oldham County Police Department Monday - Friday, between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM or by clicking on this link.
Click here to view our employment information.
Applicants must be able to bench press 64 percent of their
body weight, complete 18 sit-ups within one minute, finish a 300-meter run in 65
seconds, perform 20 push-ups and run 1.5 miles within 17 minutes and 12 seconds.
Applicants must be willing to
establish residency in Oldham County before being appointed to permanent status.
Take the following steps to make a traffic stop less stressful for both you and the police officer: