All lobbies at our facilities will have new protocols and limited access so please be mindful of the new protocols and read posted information at the entrances.
Our deputies are conducting normal patrols and will continue normal assignments protecting the public.
If you have an Emergency DIAL 911.
Due to the safety protocols addressing the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are implementing a telephonic report system for people that need to file a report relating to non-violent crimes or non-emergency calls.
If you need to file a report, please call our dispatch center at 918-224-4964. If your complaint is eligible we will have a deputy take a report by phone.
If a deputy responds to your residence or place of business, the deputy may request that you speak with them outdoors and will maintain a safe distance to ensure your health and safety.
The Sheriff's Office will continue to serve the citizens and enforce all laws related to public safety.
If you have any questions you can call our dispatch center at the number listed above.
Do you want a visit from a Deputy?
Members of the Creek County Sheriff’s Office enjoy visiting with people throughout the county. We have visited schools, churches, boy and girl scouts, nursing homes and other various groups. It gives you a chance to visit with us, see what we do and what we can do for you.
We will also give presentations on matters you feel would be beneficial to your group. Some presentations include our K-9 program, drug awareness, school safety and reading to students. Feel free to contact us and ask what we can do for you or your organization.
When in doubt, let it out!
You may ask yourself, “Why should I get involved?” The answer is simple. Leaving a tip not only helps stop crime, but it enhances the overall quality of life of everyone in the county by getting criminals, who target innocent people, off the streets. It also helps hold offenders accountable for their actions. Thank you for making a difference.