Property Room

To retrieve the personal property of a person arrested and placed in the Tulsa County Jail, please contact the DLM property room at (918) 596-8872. For other questions regarding property, please call (918) 596-5655.

The TCSO Property Room stores items of evidence along with found property for safekeeping. The primary duty is maintaining the physical integrity and control of evidentiary items in the custody of the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office. The Property Room staff is responsible for ensuring chain-of-custody when evidence is needed for court proceedings.

The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office property room stores all department evidence, items turned in for destruction, items being held for the rightful owner and unclaimed found property. In addition, the property room disposes of unclaimed property and evidence through destruction or public auction. Auctions take place through a public website, http://www.publicsurplus.com/.

If you have questions regarding our public auctions, contact the TCSO property room anytime during normal business hours at (918) 596-5723.

Property Room Location

The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office Property Room is located in the Faulkner Building at 303 West First Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Property Room Hours

The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office Property Room is open to the public Tuesday through Friday (excluding holidays) from 8:30am to 11:30am and from 12:30pm to 3:30pm; the Property Room closes each day from 11:30am to 12:30pm.

Helpful Tips

To expedite the process of retrieving property, please (keep the following in mind):

  • To claim property, come in person to the address listed above. You must present a valid photo ID (driver’s license, state ID card, etc.).
  • If you have a property receipt number or an incident number (example: 2012-5055), please bring that number with you.
  • You may not pick up property for another person unless you have a notarized statement from that person authorizing you to do so.

It is difficult, if not impossible, to return stolen property that has been recovered to the rightful owner without a serial number or a unique identifying number. We highly recommend that you take an inventory of your valuables and document these identifying markers.

Keep this information in a fireproof safe located in a separate and secure location. Having this information will help to ensure the timely return of your items if they are stolen and subsequently located by law enforcement.

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