The Glenpool Police Department is currently comprised of 23 full time Police Officers, seven full time Communication Operators, five Reserve Officer positions, one full time Animal Control Officer and one part-time Animal Control Officer. The police force has a combined total of more than one hundred twenty five years of dedication and experience and more than thirteen thousand combined hours of continuing education and training.
All Glenpool officers are commissioned through the State of Oklahoma and must complete 25 hours of continuing education through Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) accredited schools per year along with 2 hours of mental health training. All officers are required to certify with their firearms every year.
Glenpool Police are responsible for patrolling more than ten square miles of area containing residential, industrial and commercial properties intersected by three major highways carrying approximately forty-five thousand motorists daily.
The jurisdictional boundaries begin at 121st South along the north boundary and extend south to 201st South. The east and west boundaries range from the Creek County line along 33rd West Avenue across the city limits to around Lewis Avenue on the east side.
Our officers participate in a variety of community events and public outreach activities. If you're interested in having the Glenpool Police Department be part of an event, please contact Assistant Chief Bart Harris via the online contact form for more information.