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NPPD Hires New Chief of police

We are excited to announce that Logan County Sheriff’s Office, Chief Deputy Rob Groseclose has been offered and has accepted a position as Chief of Police for the City of Nicoma Park.  Before his time with Logan County, Chief Deputy Groseclose worked as a Lieutenant with the City of Spencer (our next door neighbor) and worked closely with us from time to time, so he is no stranger to us and we are very pleased to have him as our new Chief!  Welcome home, Rob!


Crime Tip Line Now Available

We now offer a crime tip line to report suspicious or criminal activity. You may remain anonymous when calling, but please leave as much detailed information about the nature of the activity you are reporting such as: location of activity, person(s) involved, their names (if available), type of crime or activity taking place, vehicle make/ model and license tag, etc. The more detailed the information, the better we will be able to investigate.

The crime tip-line number is: 7571-TIP

If calling long distance the number is: 405-757-1847


Help Locate Stolen Light Tree

UPDATE: After receiving a tip that led officers to the home of two suspects, the light tree that was stolen in July has been recovered.  The suspects are now in custody.

We need your help locating a stolen light tree. At approximately 12 PM today, a black Toyota Tundra with an orange and black Harley-Davidson sticker on the rear window was seen driving away with an Allmand Night-Lite Pro light tree. The vehicle was travelling eastbound on NE 23rd towards Choctaw/ Harrah. The light tree is yellow in color with a white “Volvo Rents” logo on each side of the unit. If you spot the vehicle or light tree in question DO NOT attempt to approach or question the driver. Call the police right away and report it. The unit shown in the picture in a representation only and not the actual light tree that was stolen.


Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day! Please, celebrate the holiday responsibly and don’t get behind the wheel if you’ve been drinking. Lastly, while fireworks are allowed in the city during designated days/ times, please be very cautious about creating a fire danger.


Permitted dates for fireworks

Within the City of Nicoma Park, fireworks are only allowed between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. from June 26 through July 3, inclusive, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 midnight on July 4, and between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. on July 5Outside of those dates and times fireworks are prohibitted.  For complete information concerning the city ordinance related to fireworks, please click here.