Police Department - City of Yukon

Police Department

Call 911 for all emergencies/All non-emergencies call (405) 354-2553


Citizens Police Academy
Phone: (405) 350-5503
Email: [email protected]

*Annual Citizens Police Academies are generally held from March-April of each year.  If you have questions about an upcoming CPA, please call or email. We are anticipating a Citizens Police Academy mid-September through November 2021. More details to follow.

CPA Application Download

Bicycle Registry Program

The Yukon Police Department's Bicycle Registry program was developed as a tool to assist in the recovery of lost or stolen bicycles to return them to the rightful owner. When a bicycle is recovered by the department, every attempt is made to locate the rightful owner, and the bicycle registration program can be a successful tool in that effort.

Registration Form

May 26th, 2021 9:00 AM - June 21st, 2021 - 11:59 PM
Taking applications for the above positions within the police department.
Bicycle Registry Event (Boot Hill Park)
June 26th, 2021 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
The Yukon Police Department (YPD) will be hosting a bicycle registry event at Boot Hill Park (500 W. Vandament Ave.) on Saturday, June 26, 2021 from 9am-12pm.

 About the Yukon Police Department

The Yukon Police Department is committed to excellence, initiative and integrity in service to citizens of the City of Yukon.  Putting this commitment into action has resulted in the Yukon jurisdiction ranking among the lowest in crime reported to the State of Oklahoma and the federal government.  Their commitment is pursued continually as the department successfully adapts to rapid growth in its service area. 

Leading the department is Chief John Corn, a longtime veteran of the department and Yukon resident.

The Police Department provides Yukon citizens protection related to crimes against persons and property, and offer community service functions, such as vehicle unlocks, record searches and funeral escorts.

The Yukon Police Department, located at 100 S. Ranchwood Blvd., is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including mobile laptop computers, electronic citation devices, records management and dispatch software. The department is also a key satellite training center for CLEET, which is the state agency responsible for law enforcement training and certification.

The Police Department is also home to Yukon’s very own Emergency Operations Center, capable of withstanding an F-4 tornado.  Local Emergency Responders utilize the center during disasters such as tornadoes, ice storms, and other severe weather.

Yukon Police Mission Statement

“The Yukon Police Department, in partnership with the citizens of Yukon, recognizes the changing needs of our community and the law enforcement role in addressing those needs. Furthermore, we pledge excellence, initiative, and integrity to enhance the quality of life throughout the city knowing those we serve deserve no less."

Permits & Forms

  • Police Chief

    Chief John D. Corn began his law enforcement career in 1989 as a Yukon Police Officer.  Four years later he promoted to the supervisor rank of Master Patrolman, which was the beginning of his management experience.  Chief Corn promoted through the ranks before becoming Deputy Chief of Police in 2000.  In 2012, Chief Corn was promoted to Chief of Police for the Yukon Police Department where he began operational management over all department sworn and non-sworn employees.

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