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Due to law enforcement jurisdictional boundaries, police departments can only respond to crimes occurring in or originating within, their own city limits.
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Non-emergency reports can be made by calling 918-299-6311, option 0 and an officer can be sent to your location within the city limits of Jenks.
The Jenks Police Department is housed in two separate buildings:
The price should be noted on the citation that was given to you. If it is not, you can call the Court Clerk’s Office at 918-556-7409 to find out the amount owed.
If you observe any suspicious activity, it is very important for you to report it immediately so it can be checked out right then; this greatly increases the chance of preventing crime. In addition, some crimes need to be committed in an officer’s presence before law enforcement can take action. Even if it turns out there was nothing criminal going on, It is better to be safe than sorry.
Call the Jenks Police Department at 918-299-6311, option 0 to find out which towing company towed your vehicle. Some vehicles may have a ‘hold’ put on them for various reasons such as needing tags brought up to date or for investigative purposes. If there is no ‘hold’, you can deal directly with the towing company to obtain your vehicle. If your vehicle has a ‘hold’, once the conditions of the ‘hold’ have been resolved the vehicle owner will need to go to the Jenks Police Department’s Dispatch/Communications window, located at:211 N Elm Street (East end of the City Hall building)Jenks, OK 74037
There you will present your state-issued ID along with the vehicle title or registration, obtain an impound release form from the dispatcher on duty; the towing company will require the release form before they will release the vehicle. You will need to contact the towing company directly to find out what other documentation they will require before releasing your vehicle.