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BNSF Railway Foundation Makes Donation

September 26, 2017

In December the Sheriff’s foundation submitted an application to the BNSF Railway foundation for funding support of the emerging body worn camera in the Sheriff’s Office. At the August meeting of the Foundation, Jeremy Grisham, Special Agent with the BNSF Police Department presented Chairman Tim Harris with a check in the amount of $10,000. “We […]

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Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office aims for body cams on patrol deputies by spring 2018

Originally Posted by Tulsa World Article by Harrison Grimwood Original Article The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office expects to equip patrol deputies with body-worn cameras within the first quarter of 2018. The rollout of the pilot program, which includes body cameras and associated equipment provided by Axon, is pending approval of policies and procedures for use […]

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Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office to Deploy Body Worn Cameras

September 1, 2017

From the County By RON PETERS Chairman, Tulsa Board of County Commissioners ORIGINAL ARTICLE In many cities and counties across American law enforcement is about to deploy body worn cameras (BWC) on an unprecedented scale. For the past decade, more and more agencies have acquired BWC, and it is estimated in the next few years nearly […]

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Tulsa County Sheriff’s Foundation aims to raise $300,000 to implement body cameras, citizen advisory board

February 21, 2017

Originally Posted by Tulsa World Article by Cory Jones Read Full Article Here To help the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office cope with budget problems, officials on Monday announced the formation of a nonprofit foundation to help raise private dollars toward providing better law enforcement services. The Tulsa County Sheriff’s foundation hopes to raise $300,000 as […]

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Outreach event offers hands-on experience of how officers handle tense situations

January 16, 2017

Originally Posted on Tulsa World By Kyle Hinchey, Tulsa World Outfitted with extensive safety gear, state Rep. Kevin McDugle stepped out of the patrol vehicle and advanced toward the deputy, who was role-playing as the irate driver of a black Dodge pickup. McDugle, a former Marines drill instructor, introduced himself to the woman as she […]

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Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office brings toys to Northwoods Fine Arts Academy

December 16, 2016

Originally Posted on Sand Springs Leader By Rachel Snyder Santa and a group from the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office made a trip to Northwoods Fine Arts Academy Friday to surprise students with toys for Christmas. Tulsa County Sheriff Vic Regalado said members of the community donated toys, such as dolls, teddy bears, coloring books and […]

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Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office to honor corporal battling stage four breast cancer

December 7, 2016

Originally Posted on Channel 8 KTUL.com A man who has been in law enforcement for nearly 40 years is now getting help from the sheriff’s office he has served. Corporal Dennis Miller, who just retired from the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office after nine and a half years, is battling stage four breast cancer. “When they […]

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Dive Teams Searching Keystone Lake For Teen’s Prosthetic Leg

May 31, 2016

Originally Posted on NewsOn.com BY: TESS MAUNE, NEWS ON 6 TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma – Tulsa County’s dive team is using its training day to help a 15-year-old find his $18,000 prosthetic leg. “It’s not every often we get to search for items like this,” said TCSO Deputy Chad Rose. They’re helping look for 15-year-old Brendon […]

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