2 District Oakville (20 Division)
95 Oak Walk Drive
Operating Hours: Open 24hrs.
905-825-4747 ext. 2205
The Town of Oakville covers an area of 138 square kilometers and has a population of close to 175,000 (2011 figure). To ensure residents and visitors receive the highest standard of policing services, Halton Regional Police Service operations are divided into four distinct team areas with Police Officers assigned to each community.
Patrol responsibilities for Oakville (2 District) are divided among four platoons (shifts), each of which is led by a Staff Sergeant and three Sergeants. Uniform operations are also supported by the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB), Community Mobilization Bureau, District Response Team, and civilian and volunteer staff.
Oakville (2 District) is commanded by:
Superintendent Nick Milinovich
905-825-4747 ext. 2200
Superintendent Nick Milinovich began his policing career with the Halton Regional Police Service in March 2000. He was originally assigned to Oakville where he worked as a Patrol Constable until 2004. Subsequently he held assignments in a variety of investigative units which included supervisory positions in the Regional Drug and Morality and Criminal Investigations Bureaus.
More recently, Nick was the Inspector in charge of our Regional Community Mobilization Bureau. In that capacity, he developed a profound appreciation for the importance of supporting our communities through collaboration and mobilization. During his assignment he made contributions to service delivery enhancements in the areas of mental health response, and diversity/inclusivity programming.
Nick began his role as the Superintendent of Oakville in February 2017 and continues to enjoy the luxury of working with this community and the talented team of people assigned to this District.
He is committed to responding to local priorities and risks through collaborative strategies in support of the Service’s Framework for Community Safety and Well-Being.
Inspector Jeff Sandy
905-825-4747 ext. 2201
Jeff Sandy joined the Halton Regional Police Service in August 1997 and performed patrol duties in Halton Hills and the City of Burlington. During his time in these Districts, Jeff served as a Use of Force Instructor and participated in plain clothes investigative projects.
In 2002, Jeff attained a position with Halton Regional Police Service’s Tactical Rescue Unit. While in the unit Jeff attained many specialty certifications, and served as the Team Leader. Jeff was awarded the Chiefs Award of Excellence for his role in resolving numerous high risk incidents. In 2008 Jeff was promoted to the rank of Sergeant while still serving in the Tactical Unit.
Upon his promotion to the rank of Staff Sergeant, Jeff was assigned to the position of the Training Bureau Manager. He is currently involved in the maintenance and development of training initiatives throughout the Service. Jeff is the Chair of the Ontario Association of Chief’s of Police (OACP) Education Training and Professional Development Sub Committee on Incident Response. Jeff is also the Chair of the Ontario Police Video Training Alliance (OPVTA). The OPVTA provides professional, cost effective, in-service training videos, e-courses and other resources to Ontario’s law enforcement community. The OPVTA currently serves over 27,000 officers and 90 member agencies.
Jeff was promoted to the rank of Inspector on Jan 31st 2018, and has been assigned Command of Uniform Operations in Oakville 20 Division.