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The mission of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office is to provide professional and quality law enforcement, custodial, and court related services to all persons and to effectively perform all duties mandated to us by the laws of the United States of America and the State of Oklahoma in a professional, ethical, and cost efficient manner. We work as partners with our citizens, sharing our plans and strategies, and providing ongoing honesty and candor in communications. We recognize our badge as a symbol of public trust and expect exemplary behavior from our employees both in the performance of their duties and in their personal lives.
Chaplain's Office | Finance Division | Investigations Division | Legal Counsel | Personnel Division | Property Division | Public Information Office
The Administrative Services Bureau, created in 1997, enhances the overall internal functions of the Sheriff's Office by streamlining services to create a more efficient and cost-effective operation. This bureau has the Divisions & Offices included on this page.
The Chaplain's Office is charged with the spiritual welfare of the employees of the Sheriff's Office. That charge includes a Chaplain's Corp comprised of leaders of various faith groups, and duties include:
The Finance Division of the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office is responsible for a wide variety of tasks. The primary responsibility of the Finance Division is to manage the day to day financial operations of the sheriff's office. This includes, but is not limited to:
In addition to the day to day responsibilities, the Finance Division oversees all contracts and contract negotiating for the sheriff's office. These include:
The fiscal financial year for the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office starts July 1 and runs through June 30.
The Investigations Divisions primary duties are to conduct thorough follow-up investigations of crimes that occur within the primary jurisdiction of Oklahoma County. In addition the unit initiates new investigations based on criminal intelligence provided by deputies in the field and provide investigative assistance to other law enforcement agencies.
The main focus of the Legal Counsel position is to provide legal counsel to the Sheriff's Office, which includes:
The position reports to the sheriff.
Personnel duties include:
View current employment opportunities here.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office is deeply committed to the ideal of equality and non-discrimination among its employment, and retention policies. We seek to employ a representative cross-section of the community in which we live and serve. Oklahoma County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, physical handicap, or veteran status.
The Property/Evidence Division is responsible for receiving, stocking, issuing and tracking all property that is necessary for the day to day operation of the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office and the Oklahoma County Detention Center. These capital items include:
Email Property Division: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Evidence Section is responsible for accepting, storing, and maintaining the chain of custody of evidence that may be needed for prosecution of criminal cases.
Email Evidence: email@example.com
The Dry Storage Section receives, stocks, and issues consumable items that are used by the detention center. These items include:
Aaron Brilbeck is the Public Information Officer for the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office. Mr. Brilbeck is a national award winning journalist who has worked for television and radio stations in New York; Ohio; Iowa and Oklahoma. He received a Bachelors Degree from the State University of New York at Potsdam.
As the Public Information Officer, Mr. Brilbeck is responsible for:
2101 NE 36th Street
Oklahoma City OK 73111
Public Information Office
Oklahoma Child Visitation Registry Act Exchanges at the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office Sub-Station are between the hours of 10 am and 8 pm, Monday through Saturday. On Sundays, exchanges take place between 12 pm and 5 p.m. The Sheriff's Office requires a copy of your court order on file. The court order must be time and day specific to facilitate these exchanges.
Each party is expected to behave in a civil manner while making an exchange in the Sheriff's Office. It should be understood that we have a policy of "no tolerance" on this matter. Any other behavior will be dealt with accordingly. When making an exchange there will be a $2 fee per person, per exchange (exact amount, cash only), in accordance with state law. When paid, the Sheriff's Office will provide you with a receipt of the transaction.
In accordance with state law, the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office will furnish a registry sign-in sheet. The on-duty deputy will record the date, arrival time, departure time, your name, and phone number. According to state law, the Sheriff's Office will maintain the participant's record for three years. Copies of a participant's records shall be available at a cost of $1 per sheet.
To help alleviate problems with the exchanges, the party responsible for delivering the child (children) must wait at the Sheriff's Office until the party receiving the child (children) has had reasonable time to leave the premises. Due to the schedule of the malls around the holidays, please check with us about our hours. Also in case of inclement weather, the malls may close early. Please call our office or mall customer service to check for early closings.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office welcomes your input. Now you can email us your commendations and complaint. Fill out the information within the form below and click submit to send to the Sheriff’s Office. Fill in the required fields with the proper information.
>> OKLAHOMA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD - Download Application
The mission of the Oklahoma County Sheriff Office’s Community Advisory Board (CAB) is to develop and maintain a partnership between the community and the Sheriff’s Office. The CAB aims to reduce crime and to enhance the quality of life for all citizens through positive and open communication. The CAB is being created to facilitate interactions between the Sheriff’s Office and a committee of diverse citizens, derived from a cross section of citizens within Oklahoma County. The CAB will assist the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office in establishing the highest standards for accountability with the goal of showcasing the myriad of efforts undertaken by the Sheriff’s Office and increasing the public’s trust.
In an effort to strengthen relationships between the Sheriff’s Office and community members, the parties created the CAB. The role of the CAB will be to improve communication between citizens and the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office. The CAB will provide comments and recommendations to the Sheriff on office policies and procedures to ensure best practices are in place and operational. The philosophy of community policing begins with the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office providing quality detention services and policing in direct partnership with the citizens they serve. In order to achieve this goal, there must be an open flow of communication, information, and ideas between the community and the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office.
APPLICATION WINDOW - Download Applications
Applications will be accepted from April 8 through close of business on May 24, 2019.
You can pick up and return completed applications at any Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office location:
Applications are also available on the following websites: https://sheriff.oklahomacounty.org/243/Community-Advisory-Board, or www.voiceokc.org. Completed applications can be electronically submitted for consideration to firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed applications may also be submitted to our community outreach partner VOICE:
P.O. Box 881 Oklahoma City, OK 73101
P.O. Box 881 Oklahoma City, OK 73101
Download Application to apply for the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office Community Advisory Board.
Meet Deputy Brisco
Deputy Brisco is a mascot on a mission.
Deputy Brisco is the official mascot of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office. His story, specifically how he got his name is quite unique. In November of 2007 the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office lost a K9 by the name of Brisco, the dog died in the line of duty while pursuing a suspect just off of Interstate-35 & Interstate-44 in Oklahoma City, his story has been memorialized on the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Memorial. To honor K9 Brisco’s in the line of duty death, we chose to name our mascot after him. Deputy Brisco serves as a comcommunity service representative, and you can often find him at parades, school events, and any number of community events representing the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office.
If you would like to request Deputy Brisco for community events, please call to schedule.
Administrative Bureau | Judicial Bureau | Operations Bureau | Support Bureau
The Administrative Services Bureau, created in 1997, enhances the overall internal functions of the Sheriff’s Office by streamlining services to create a more efficient and cost-effective operation. The Administrative Services Bureau is comprised of the following Divisions.
Public Information Office
The Judicial Bureau’s primary duties include serving criminal warrants, subpoenas, civil process, victim protection orders, evictions, lock-outs, and lawsuit summons. The Judicial Bureau is comprised of the following Divisions.
Law Enforcement Explorers
Records & Warrants
The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Operations Bureau (a.k.a. Field Services Division) is responsible for several unique functions. The men and women of this division have direct contact with the public on a daily basis. The Operations Bureau is comprised of the following Divisions.
Traffic Safety Division
The Support Bureau of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office offers several functions to the agency. Primarily employees in this division tend to the daily upkeep of the facilities, and technical aspects of the sheriff’s office. The Support Bureau is comprised of the following Divisions.
Law Enforcement Explorers is a worksite-based program, sponsored by Learning-For-Life, for young men and women who are 14 years of age and have completed the eighth grade, or are between the ages of 15 and 21.
Law Enforcement Explorer posts help youth gain insight into a variety of programs that offer hands-on career activities. For young men and women who are interested in the field of law enforcement, exploring offers experiential learning with lots of fun-filled, hands-on activities that promote the growth and development of adolescent youth.
The Sheriff's Explorer Program was implemented in 1997 to provide a positive outlet for young men and women interested in a law enforcement career. This program provides an opportunity to experience law enforcement from a hands-on approach and afford our deputies a chance to interact with young men and women in our community. Explorers participate and receive training in all aspects of operations within the Sheriff's Office. The Explorer Post is active in the community by raising money for Special Olympics of Oklahoma every year. We also participate in multiple safety fairs throughout the year and assist with safety and security at the Oklahoma State Fair each year.
The Oklahoma County Sheriffs Office Explorer Post Number 2199 is currently recruiting members. We are asking parents, teachers, counselors and staff to assist us in informing high school students about our community-based program in hopes that students will visit our program this fall. Our program offers a dynamic variety of topics that will expose students to many fields of law enforcement so they may explore the career opportunities or just learn about the law enforcement field and practices. We offer other activities such as leadership development skills, social and outdoor activities as well as tours to facilities.
We have lecture classes and hands-on activities including guest speakers from federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.
2101 N.E. 36th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
Call us to get in touch!
Explorer Post Number 2199 meets the 1st Monday every month from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office, 2101 N.E 36th Street in Oklahoma City.
Court Process Division | FAQ's | Protective Services | Warrant Squad
The Judicial Bureau holds court ordered property sales which can prove to be a financial windfall for buying citizens. Judicial Bureau deputies often travel long distances across Oklahoma and the U.S. to extradite inmates back to Oklahoma County. To help cut down the costs of these trips the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office has a contract agreement with a private transportation company to extradite out of state inmates, this helps cut the county's costs by up to 50% each trip. The Judicial Bureau combines the following units that work directly with the district courts and handle most of the court orders which are processed.
The Court Process Division is the chief enforcement arm for the Circuit Court of Oklahoma County and is responsible for the processing, service, and enforcement of court orders. We are located at:
2101 N.E. 36th Street
Oklahoma City. OK 73111
The fee is $50. If you have any questions, please call 405-713-1034 Monday thru Friday between 8 am and 5 pm (CST).
Sheriff Tommie Johnson III - Attention Judicial Services - 2101 NE 36th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73111.
VPOs are filed through the Oklahoma County Court Clerk’s office located at: 320 Robert S Kerr Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102. Questions can be answered by calling 405-713-1735.
Call 405-713-1034 to check for service status.
There are no initial charges for filing the order. Court fees, if any, are assessed by the judge at the hearing.
For a full description of the Oklahoma Landlord and Tenant Act go to the Oklahoma State Court Network website.
Under normal circumstances we return in 48 hours to execute the lockout.
Civil papers received to be served and they are being sent to us from an OUT OF STATE 3rd party Attorney or Debt Collector on behalf of a City, State or other Government Agency, there is a $50 Sheriff's Service Fee.
Civil paper DIRECTLY from an OUT OF STATE City, State or other Government Agency themselves for service WILL NOT be charged the $50 Sheriff's Service Fee.
This branch of the Judicial Services Bureau is supervised by Captain Melissa Abernathy and is comprised of two lieutenants, six sergeants, thirty-eight deputies, five detention officers and two clericals. Nineteen deputies are assigned to a newly installed 1.1 million dollar courthouse complex security system activated April 1, 2007. Twenty deputies are assigned to service the district and juvenile courts while eight deputies are assigned to transportation.
The new security system has screened in excess of 300,000 items and individuals in the first three months of existence. This new state of the art system is a major factor in the effort by Sheriff Johnson to maintain a safe workplace for all County employees and visitors to the Oklahoma County Courthouse Complex.
Seventeen deputies and four detention officers are charged with the safe keeping of individuals brought to the court holding facility from the detention center. The number of individuals may range from as few as 25 to as many as 200 and are the primary responsibility of four detention officers. One detention officer is charged with the duty of processing, which includes photographing and fingerprinting, committed individuals from the courts. The Protective Services transportation unit is responsible for transporting approximately 2,000 inmates per month to and from the detention center for various court appearances and another 200 inmates per week transported to the Department of Corrections. This unit is also charged with the responsibility of transporting inmates to and from the doctor/hospital on medical situations.
Summarily, these four units are responsible for the safe and secure transportation of all inmates moved from the detention center to any location for court proceedings and to the Department of Corrections to serve state time. They are also responsible for the safe keeping of the Courts, County personnel and visitors to the Oklahoma County Courthouse Complex.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office is responsible for all arrest warrants filed in Oklahoma County. The Oklahoma County Warrant Unit was implemented in 1997 and deputies assigned to this unit work around the clock searching for fugitives with outstanding warrants. The Warrant Unit is often referred to as the "Fugitive Squad" and these deputies have been responsible for arresting thousands of Oklahoma County's most dangerous criminals.
*Tips can be made by anonymously filling out the Tipline form within the Tipline section.
2101 NE 36th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
*If you know someone with an active warrant or have information about a fugitive please contact the Fugitive Hotline: 405-713-1968.
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Welcome to the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Technology portal. On this page you will learn how to sign up for MobileCOP, as well as receive support and training for existing users.
Must have items:
Paperwork (Completed by agency head):
Oklahoma Mobile agencies needing replacement computers loaded or needing new license hosted from the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office system should email OKMobile@caliberpublicsafety.com.
Details to include in email:
Once this is received you will receive a quote for the install services at a minimal rate per device. This rate will only apply to agencies who are current on software maintenance with Caliber.
If you have additional questions, you may contact OKMobile@caliberpublicsafety.com
OLETS has modified the enrollment process for MobileCOP training. You MUST obtain your OLETS UserID FIRST, before enrolling below. To obtain an OLETS UserID please contact your local dispatcher. Your dispatcher has been given directions (see below) for beginning the enrollment process. Once ALL of the below steps are completed THEN you may use our form below to enroll for the monthly MobileCOP training. If you do not have an OLETS UserID before registering you will be un-enrolled from class, until you obtain this UserID.
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REF: NEW OLETS USER LOGIN REQUEST – MANAGEMENT FORMS
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, OLETS HAS CREATED TWO NEW FORMS ON THE OLETS TERMINALS TO ASSIST ALL AGENCIES WITH THE MANDATORY INFORMATION NEEDED TO OBTAIN A NEW OLETS USER LOGIN.
THESE FORMS WILL BE LISTED UNDER FORMS – ADMINISTRATIVE MESSAGES – OLETS.
THE FORMS ARE: OK COUNTY MOBILE COP USER REQUEST (MCOP) – THIS FORM WILL BE USED WHEN YOU ARE ONLY REQUESTING A NEW USER LOGIN FOR OLETS ACCESS IN MOBILE COP.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT THE OLETS NETWORK CENTER.
AUTH: OLETS NETWORK CENTER
Any personnel arriving at class whom have NOT completed the OLETS enrollment form listed above we will NOT be able or allowed to train for class that day. NO WALK-INS will be allowed to attend training.
Please contact the OLETS network center (405) 425-2341 if you have any questions or problems obtaining an OLETS ID and/or reactivating an OLETS ID. If you have any concerns or questions about this process please contact our helpdesk at (405) 418-6267
Below are the current dates for registration of the upcoming MobileCOP training. Click on the link below to be taken to the registration form.
Click here to register for MobileCOP training – Oklahoma City Metro
COMIT | Communications | Community | Directory | Honor Guard | K9 Division | Patrol | Reserve | Special Teams | Traffic Safety | Training
The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Field Services Division is responsible for several unique functions. The men and women who comprise this division have direct contact with the public on a daily basis. For unit contact information scroll to the bottom of this page, or view the Operations Directory.
Central Oklahoma Metro Interdiction Team (a.k.a. COMIT), is a joint task force between the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office, and the Oklahoma City Police Department. COMIT is tasked with getting dangerous drugs off of the streets.
The Communications Division is the life line for all field deputies. Nine municipalities also rely on our communications division for dispatch services to their police officers and firefighters. If you make a 9-1-1 call on accident, please stay on the phone and allow the communications specialists to confirm your information, do not hang up. If our dispatchers can’t determine that an emergency exists they will dispatch all services to your address. We realize that accidental 911 calls will be made. If a child is found to be playing with the telephone and calls 911 a deputy may be dispatched to the address to speak with the child about the seriousness of tying up emergency services.
The Community Services / Crime Prevention Division works towards building relationships and safer communities by delivering information and addressing concerns with our community partners. The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office provides a variety of services to outside law enforcement agencies as well as community organizations. The goal of these services which also includes public safety, and crime prevention lectures is to enhance the all around safety and security of the residents of Oklahoma County.
The Community Services/Crime Prevention Division currently has several community outreach programs that include:
For more information call 405-869-2567.
The Honor Guard represents the honor and professionalism of the sheriff’s office. They are called upon by organizations and other agencies throughout the state to perform duties such as posting the colors to honoring a fallen deputy or officer. In November 2002 the Honor Guard grew from 12 to 25 full-time and reserve deputies. A new training program was added as well as a shotgun to honor fallen deputies with a 21-gun salute.
The K-9 Unit specializes in training dogs to apprehend criminals by using non-lethal tactics. The team of handlers and dogs are certified in narcotics, and explosives detection. The unit participates in demonstrations, drug awareness education, and provides assistance to other law enforcement agencies in Oklahoma County.
The largest field division in the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office, the Patrol Division is responsible for patrolling 720 square miles, and protecting nearly 700,000 citizens in Oklahoma County. As a result of the Patrol Division a statistical fact shows that since 1997 crime is down by 85% in the unincorporated areas of Oklahoma County.
The mission of the patrol division is to provide quality law enforcement services to the citizens of Oklahoma County as well as provide assistance to smaller municipalities within the county, and to assist the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. The 26 member Patrol Division offers specialty services such as traffic safety and crime prevention patrols.
As a result of traffic safety initiatives which include safety checkpoints and seat belt enforcement traffic crashes have been reduced by 73%.
The Reserve Division consists of nearly 200 volunteer members. The sheriff requires all reserve deputies be active and well trained. The Reserve Division has undergone extensive restructuring Captain Absher and Corporal Wood have been appointed to coordinate the program to ensure professional conduct. Each reserve deputy is required to work a minimum of 16 hours a month, attend a basic law enforcement academy, and attend annual refresher training. The Reserve Division is now one of the most active divisions within the agency in providing law enforcement services to our citizens, donating millions of dollars worth of time to the citizens of Oklahoma County.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office Special Teams includes the Bomb Squad, and Tactical Teams.
The Bomb Squad is accredited by the Federal Bureau of Investigations, and is a highly trained team which responds to explosives related incidents throughout Oklahoma County. The team is made up of full-time, and reserve deputies. The squad has two certified hazardous devices technicians. Members of the team have received training in:
The Bomb Squad also has 2 canines that are trained to "sniff" out explosive devices. The Oklahoma County Bomb Squad responds to an average of 50 emergency calls per year.
The Oklahoma Multi-Jurisdictional Tactical Unit is comprised of 35 Deputies and Officers from the OCSO as well as Moore, Bethany, OU Health Science Center, and the Village Police Departments. This unit is trained to respond to high risk critical incidents including:
The Tactical Unit is staffed with:
The unit is well equipped with a wide variety of tools and equipment that when used by skilled personnel drastically reduce the likelihood of a deadly encounter while dealing with a criminal or person in the throes of a mental health episode.
The Traffic Safety Unit is made up of deputies whose mission is to save lives and protect the motoring public within Oklahoma County through a combination of rigorous traffic enforcement and public education. Working in partnerships with the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office and surrounding agencies, the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit participates in local, state and national traffic enforcement campaigns. The traffic unit is made up with eight motorcycle deputies, a specialized fatality crash investigation squad, and an educational law enforcement liaison assigned to the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office. In conjunction with enforcing state traffic laws, the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit is aggressively making attempts to reverse the deadly trend of impaired driving by conducting sobriety checkpoints and DUI saturation patrol across Oklahoma County.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Training Division provides basic training as well as in-service continuing education for our 250 full-time deputies, nearly 200 reserve deputies, and 400 detention officers. The 2 members of the training staff are assisted by other deputies and detention officers to accomplish this task as efficiently as possible.
OCSO Training Center offers:
4 firearms ranges
Krowse Training Center offers:
E Range Classroom:
Sheriff Johnson's dedication to law enforcement education has been proven time and time again by his willingness to allow law enforcement officers from other agencies to take advantage of our classes and training events at no charge.
All Oklahoma County deputies attend a law enforcement mini academy each year to meet the state mandated training requirements set forth by the Counsel on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET).
8029 SE 29th
Oklahoma City, OK 73110
12777 N. Rockwell Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73142
8029 SE 29th
Oklahoma City, OK 73110
Bomb Squad & Tactical Units
8601 Main Street
Spencer, OK 73084
2101 N.E. 36th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
Fees Exact Amount Cash for the Following Services
*Can be in Cash, Money Order, or Cashier’s Check
*Can be Money Order or Cashier’s Check ONLY
Our agency is pleased to provide OffenderWatch® for the citizens of Oklahoma County. OffenderWatch® is the nation’s leading registered sex offender management and community notification tool with hundreds of leading agencies in dozens of states utilizing it. Oklahoma County’s law enforcement utilizes OffenderWatch® to manage and monitor the whereabouts, conduct and compliance status of the registered offenders in Oklahoma County. OffenderWatch® provides the most accurate and timely information available and now this information is available to you!
OffenderWatch® is updated instantaneously throughout the day as offender addresses and other offender information is updated in our office. You may enter any address in the county and see real-time information on the publishable offenders within the specified radius of the address you enter. Offenders move frequently, so instead of having to check the maps on a weekly basis, the best way to stay informed is to take advantage of our free email alert system. You may confidentially register as many addresses in the county as you wish, and we will continuously monitor the addresses and send you an email alert if a new offender registers an address within one mile of any address you register. There is no cost for this service and no limit to the number of addresses you can register – your email address and physical addresses are all confidential. Tell your friends and neighbors and be sure to register your home, school, work, gym, day care, park, soccer field, parents or children’s homes – any address of interest to you!
For information regarding sex and violent offender registration, contact the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office at 405-713-2042.
Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office would like to urge the public to practice COVID-19 safety precautions while attending the auction. These include:
- Sanitizing hands frequently: a sanitizing station will be set up, Please be sure to take advantage of this and keep your hands clean.
- Wearing a mask: you will need to provide your own mask, you will see staff members wearing masks, and it is strongly encouraged for attendees to wear one as well. Not only does wearing a mask protect others, but it protects you as well!
- Practicing social distancing: attendees are asked to observe the six-foot social distancing protocol recommended by the Centers for Disease Control.
Due to the overwhelming amount of people attending the sales, pre-Registration will performed online and must be completed by the Wednesday before each sale. Any pre-registrations submitted after Wednesday, will not be accepted. To submit pre-registration, please complete the form near the bottom of this page.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Foreclosure Sale is published monthly for two consecutive weeks at least thirty days prior to the date of sale. The foreclosed properties are published in local newspapers in which the property is located. The public may also buy property sale lists for $4 (cash only exact change required) at the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office Civil Division located at 2101 NE 36th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73111.
On the day of the sale, we will still start registration at 1 pm. It will end promptly at 2 pm. We will have a separate line for bidders who have pre-registered to show their ID and pick up their bidder cards. Please do not arrive before noon. Everyone will need to be through the line by 2 pm, pre-registered or not.
The Sheriff's Foreclosure Sales are located in the Oklahoma County Courthouse Annex Building at: 320 Robert S. Kerr, Room 101, every other Thursday. You must be registered to bid by 2PM no exceptions. Registration is 1PM-2PM. Sales start promptly at 2PM. The Schedule is subject to change due to weather and Holidays.
The Confirmation hearing is scheduled by the plaintiff's attorney. Once the confirmation hearing has been held the attorney for the plaintiff will provide a sheriff's Deed to be signed by the sheriff. It is the responsibility of the buying party to file the deed with the county clerk.
For information about properties that have been recalled you can use the case number to get information from the OSCN Website or contact Kim Gennings.
All foreclosure properties are sold "as is." Prior to bidding, you will need to do your own research of the property's records for outstanding liens and taxes that may not be satisfied by the foreclosure auction. The Sheriff's office does not have keys to any of the listed properties and does not have access in any manner to the inside of them. The sheriff's office cannot authorize any entry into any of the homes. Some of the homes that are scheduled to be sold are still being lived in and we must respect the owner's privacy.
NOTE: Sheriff's Foreclosure Sales starts promptly at 2 p.m. every other Thursday.
320 Robert S. Kerr, #101
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
View the Sheriff's foreclosure sales listings.
Facilities Division | Fleet Division | Preparedness Division
The Support Bureau of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office offers several functions to the agency. Primarily employees in this division tend to the daily upkeep of the facilities, and technical aspects of the sheriff’s office.
The Facilities Division maintains the buildings and grounds of the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office. Employees service the jail in a number of ways:
Facility employees also work with inmates through our Trustee Program, a work release program that allows inmates to perform maintenance duties around county properties to reduce their sentences.
201 N Shartel Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
The Fleet Division of the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office is responsible for overseeing and maintaining the condition of over 350 pieces of equipment. This equipment ranges from:
In addition to performing routine services on the equipment, they also install and perform minor repair of public safety equipment in the units used for law enforcement. Finally, they provide these same services to other county governmental agencies as well as several municipalities within the county. During times of extended incidents or natural disasters, they provide logistical/equipment support to other bureaus within the Sheriff's Office or to other agencies that may need assistance.
8029 SE 29th
Oklahoma City, OK 73110
The Office of Preparedness is tasked with making sure the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office is capable of responding to significant events within our jurisdiction.
The Office of Preparedness specifically coordinates response for the sheriff's office related to natural and man made disasters.
The Office of Preparedness is a diverse, well trained division which we strongly depend on to help our citizens during times of crisis.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office welcomes your help in fighting crime. Now you can submit tips online to help catch criminals. Fill out the information in the form below and click submit to send your tip the Sheriff’s Office. Fill in the required fields with the proper information. In the description field give detailed information relating to the crime you are reporting including location of crime, time of day, vehicle tag number, and description of person(s) involved. If the crime reported is not within the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office jurisdiction we will forward the information to the appropriate agency.
*Anonymous Tips: call the Warrant Squad at 405-713-1968.
*Fugitive Hotline: call 405-713-1968 if you know someone with an active warrant or have information about a fugitive.
To submit a tip, please complete the form at the bottom of this page.
Sheriff Tommie Johnson III is committed to keeping our senior citizens up-to-date on current crime trends and safety concerns.
TRIAD is a collaborative effort between the Sheriff's office, local police departments and senior citizens working together to reduce and prevent crimes against seniors. Our TRIAD program in Oklahoma County was established in 1996, and, in the years since its creation, has developed and consistently maintained interactive programs in several of our local communities. Our membership grows each and every year, and we look forward to reaching more areas of the county in the years to come.
SALT Councils are groups which carry out the TRIAD activities. Our goal is to educate senior citizens on crimes directed at their age group and how to protect themselves. We currently have nineteen active SA.L.T. Councils and are looking to start even more. SA.L.T. Councils are currently active in the following communities:
KTOK 1000 and Well Preserved with Eunice Khoury is directed to everything Senior Adults need to know. Eunice airs every event TRIAD have ever deployed. She also allows us to record prevention messages each and every week called the TRIAD/Well Preserved Senior Safety Tip of the Week. We are forever grateful for all she as afforded us with funding for Prom to Grandparents Raising Grandchildren. Eunice also honors seniors who go above and beyond in their life with a “Senior Salute” and provides a plaque and a dinner out. She also interviews them and reads a bio about their life on the air. *Tune in each Saturday morning at 0900 or catch the recorded broadcast on her web page website.
Each year, the TRIAD program hosts several activities and make available several programs for our older adults. A few of these activities are:
For more information on the Oklahoma County TRIAD Program, SALT Councils, to schedule a speaker, or to add your name to our mailing list for upcoming events, please contact the Triad Coordinator.
2101 NE 36th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
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Oklahoma County Sheriff Tommie Johnson III is an Oklahoma City native and a decorated law enforcement professional. The son of a grocery store butcher, Johnson attended Oklahoma City Public Schools his entire life. He went to Hillcrest Elementary; Northeast Middle School; and graduated from U.S. Grant High School where he and his wife, Amanda, were classmates.
Johnson was an all-state baseball player at Grant and played at East Central University where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science with a minor in Biology.
Johnson began his law enforcement career with the University Of Oklahoma Police Department. In 2015, he joined the Norman Police Department, where he has been promoted to the rank of Master Police Officer and was recently honored with the City of Norman Police Department’s Centennial Award. Johnson has served on the hiring board, bargaining committee and uniform committee, in addition to earning the Department’s lifesaving award.
With a heart for kids, Johnson has been a leader on school safety issues. In 2019, he testified before a Capitol committee in support of school safety legislation, and he appeared in a safety video produced by the State Department of Education. He serves as a youth sports coach and regularly volunteers as a mentor for at risk kids in local elementary schools, where he especially tries to be a positive male influence in the lives of young boys. That is why Johnson chose to be sworn in as Sheriff at his high school alma-mater: To send the message that, with hard work, you can accomplish anything!
Johnson grew up in Antioch Baptist Church and is now a member of Life Church, both in Oklahoma City. He and his wife, Amanda have been married since 2014 and have two sons.
2101 NE 36th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73111