Tulsa Police Departments Information
The Tulsa Police Departments is the law enforcement agency in the city of Tulsa, which is the seat of the Tulsa County in the state of Oklahoma.
About the Tulsa Police Department
The City of Tulsa Police Department has jurisdiction of a total area of 192.7 square miles. The department is responsible for law and order in the city that has a population of 413,505. It used to be called the Oil capital of the world and is today the second-largest city in the state.
The Police Chief is the head of the Tulsa Police Department. The department works under the city council. Chief Chuck Jordan is the present Chief of police. There are 742 police officers working in the department and 168 civilians.
The Tulsa Police Department Address is:
600 Civil Center
Tulsa OK 741 033.
911 is the number to be called in case of any emergencies. For non-emergencies, citizens can contact the department on (918) 596 9222.
The Tulsa Police Department Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Citizens can connect with the department online on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tulsa-Police-Department/50187668662?ref=ts and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/TulsaPolice
The Tulsa Police Department’s website is https://www.tulsapolice.org/
Tulsa Police Department Organization
The Chief of Police heads the Police Department in Tulsa city. The Chief is assisted by Deputy Chiefs who head the bureaus within the department. The bureaus have divisions headed by an officer of the rank of major.
The bureaus and divisions within the department are:
Administration Bureau has the following divisions
o Information and technical services that handle technical services. It takes care of all IT-enabled operations within the city.
o The Training division manages the training of staff.
o The Admin bureau manages headquarters operations.
o The forensic lab is a part of the bureau.
Investigations Bureau has the following divisions:
o Detective Division comprising detectives who investigate crimes and other offenses.
o Special Investigation Division that handles major crimes and specific offenses like child abuse, juvenile cases, etc.
o Fleet operations that manage squad cars and other resources.
Operations Bureau that handles patrol operations within the city. The city is divided into three divisions for the purpose of patrol and other operations. They are Mango Valley Division, Gilcrease Division, and Riverside Division. Special operations division handles air support and has the K9 unit, SWAT, special operations, dive team, bomb squad, and cybercrime unit.
Crimes and offenses can be reported by calling the police number. 911 can be called if a crime is in progress or in case of an emergency. For all other crimes, the phone number of the department needs to be called. Citizens can visit the department to report crimes. Certain kinds of crimes can be reported online by vesting https://www.tulsapolice.org/police-report/report-a-crime-online.aspx
The crimes that can be reported online are:
- Animal complaint
- Identity theft
- Lost property
- Miscellaneous injuries
- Noise complaints
- Sex offenses other than rape
- Simple assault
- Theft and larceny
- Traffic collision
- Burglary from a vehicle
The department works with the public to prevent crimes and make the city a safer place. There are many initiatives under this:
Crime prevention network is offered as the Crime stoppers program. There are many prevention programs that are conducted by the department to create awareness on crimes. This includes identity theft, active shooter training, and abduction prevention.
Tips can be provided to the department online to inform regarding crimes. These tips can even be given anonymously. Tips can be submitted online by visiting https://www.p3tips.com/tipform.aspx?ID=918
Information on wanted fugitives can be emailed to the department at MaHart@cityoftulsa.org and about sex offenders to email@example.com