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Oakland County Deputy Sheriff's Association

What The OCDSA Does

The Oakland County Deputy Sheriff’s Association represents the interests of the over 750 men and women who serve the public as employees of the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office.  The Association acts as a bargaining agent to secure fair wages, hours and working conditions, as a representative for employees in disciplinary matters, and as a means to foster professional, charitable and fraternal relationships amongst our members and the community.

OCDSA Family Benevolent Fund

The Benevolent Fund’s primary focus is to provide temporary assistance with meeting daily subsistence (living) expenses, and medical and prescription expenses that exceed insurance coverage brought about by serious illness, an accident, or the death of the primary source of family income. The Fund also assists cases where applicants are facing financial hardships due to onset of natural disasters.

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OCDSA January 2021 General Membership Meeting

Members, First General Membership meeting is January 26th and the agenda can be viewed by CLICKING HERE.

COVID Vaccine Questions

The OCDSA and Command Officers Union submitted a list of questions to the Undersheriff and Human Resources pertaining to the COVID vaccination. Below you will find the questions and the

OCDSA Executive Board Update

Happy New Year to everyone! Just wanted to let everyone know this website and mobile app have been updated to reflect the 2021/2022 OCDSA Executive Board, please CLICK HERE to

No Shave – Keeps On Growing!!!

Members- The Sheriff’s Office has agreed to extend the charity fundraising by allowing deputies to grow groomed beards for the months of January and February. He is requesting a $30

OCDSA January 2021 General Membership Meeting

Members, First General Membership meeting is January 26th and the agenda can be viewed by CLICKING HERE.
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