The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office was honored to participate, April 11, in the Crime Victims’ Rights & Resources Awareness Event. Tulsa County is fortunate to have so many agencies and organizations to assist victims of crime. If you or someone you know is a victim of crime, reach out to local law enforcement or one of the other many great partner organizations for help.
The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office was honored to participate in multiple MLK events honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. including the MLK Walk in Peace & Solidarity/Commemorative Service, The Dream Out Loud Student Career Strategies for Success event, and The 2018 MLK Parade.
For the first time in three years, the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office has tested for the position of Deputy. Seven internal applicants have been selected; six Detention Officers were reclassified as Deputies as well as one Reserve Deputy who has become a full-time Deputy. Three of the seven new Deputies are women.
Sheriff Regalado swore-in the new Deputies during a ceremony on Tuesday January 02, 2018. The New deputies will attend training begging the end of January.
Congratulations to you all.
Help keep children safe when school’s in session!
As Tulsa County kids head back to school TCSO deputies are focusing their enforcement efforts on school zones. We are teaming up with AAA Oklahoma and Tulsa Crime Stoppers to remind drivers to slow down in school zones and stay off your phones while behind the wheel.
You will be fined up to $500 for speeding in a school zone.