Patrol

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Our commitment to serve and protect

Patrol deputies interact with people during the most stressful times of their lives, and we are committed to courageously protect and compassionately serve the residents of Cleveland County. 

Serving predominately rural areas, we are often first on the scene during times of crisis. Deputies have administered NARCAN to opioid overdose victims serving as a lifeline until medical help arrives. While on patrol, our deputies have pulled a man with no legs from a truck stuck on train tracks, pulled a man with an injured leg from a burning car and consoled victims of domestic violence while other members of the team pursue the violent offender. 

We are proud to be the first first line of comfort and defense for those who need us most.

What We Do

Patrol covers all of Cleveland County, which is a geographical area of approximately 558 square miles. Patrol Districts are divided into five areas. Patrol’s primary responsibility is responding to calls for service, taking reports, resolving disputes, ensuring traffic safety, conducting traffic enforcement, aid in the recovery of lost or abandoned large domestic animals or livestock, crime prevention, assisting other law enforcement agencies when requested, and making arrests. The men and women of Patrol are committed to providing the best law enforcement services possible.

Captain Jeff Cox

Capt. Jeff Cox, Patrol Division

Patrol Deputies are often the first police official to arrive on the scene. They conduct preliminary investigations and complete any required police reports. The reports are then forwarded to the Criminal Investigation Detachment (CID) for assessment for investigative assignment.

Patrol Deputies with specialized training or specialized teams assigned within Patrol. These positions are:

  • Canine Deputy
  • Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Deputy 
  • Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) Deputy
  • Field Training Officer (FTO)
  • Mobile Unit Safety Team (MUST)
  • Traffic Collision Reconstructive Team
  • Honor Guard
  • Reserve Deputies 

Deputy C. Harris and Master Sgt. L. Williams honored as lifesavers

C. Harris and L. Williams honored as lifesavers

How to Contact Us

Slaughterville Substation: 405-701-8204

Headquarters:  111 N. Peters Ave., Norman, OK 73069

Main Line:  405-701-8888

Dispatch: 405-701-8916

You may also contact Patrol by an Online Form

Please allow a couple of business days if a response is required. If immediate assistance is needed, please call.

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