Chief Robert J. Reznick
Robert J. Reznick joined the Oakley Police Department as Chief of Police in 2008 with more than 36 years of law enforcement experience. Early in Chief Reznick’s career he worked in full-time and part-time roles as a Police Officer, Narcotics Detective, and Deputy Sheriff for various cities, townships, and villages within the State of Michigan. Between 1992 and 2007 Chief Reznick, worked concurrently for two Michigan police departments, earning rapid promotions to become police chief/deputy chief for the City of Coleman and the Village of Gaines. Chief Reznick has been honored with numerous awards of merit, citation certificates, and letters of commendation throughout his illustrious police career, including “Criminal Investigation Award” (Village of Oakley Police Department) and four-time honors as “Police Officer of the Year” (Flushing Police Department). Chief Reznick is a graduate of the Flint Police Academy, holds an AAS degree in Criminal Justice from Mott Community College, Certified in Basic Police Officer Training Program through Delta College, completed the Michigan Police Executive Development Program conducted by the Michigan Chapter of the FBI National Academy and attended Saginaw Valley State University for Criminal Justice. His current professional affiliation includes the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police, International Narcotics Enforcement Officers Association, Deputy Sheriff’s Association of Michigan, Saginaw County Chief of Police Association.