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 D. Corn, a 24 year veteran of the department and longtime Yukon resident. There are 45 sworn commissioned officers serving in Patrol, Investigations and Administration.
Eighteen civilian staff members serve in Communications, Records, Jail, Animal Control and Administration.
The police department provides Yukon citizens protection related to crimes against persons and property, and offer community service functions, such as fingerprinting, 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.