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home 319 W 1st St Suite 103, Claremore, OK 74017, USA
phone (918) 724-5177

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ROGERS COUNTY JAIL Address

Rogers County Jail
201 S CHEROKEE AVENUE
CLAREMORE, OK
74017

ROGERS COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 180
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 30
Total Staff Salaries: $1,145,000

Rogers County, OK Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 81
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 2
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 23
Robbery 1
Aggravated Assault 55
Property Crime 485
Burglary 188
Larceny-theft 255
Motor Vehicle Theft 42
Arson 9
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department

Rogers County Sheriff's Office

The Rogers County Sheriff's Office exists to serve the citizens of Rogers County, Oklahoma and to protect the lives, property and rights of all persons.
Rogers County Sheriff's Office
Rogers County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, March 16th, 2019 at 4:36am
RCSO Maj. Coy Jenkins participated in our "Give-A-Kid-A-Ride-To-School" program, earlier this morning. His Claremore First United Methodist Church recently held a "Silent Auction" in which bidders could try to purchase the Ride-a-Long experience. Madelyn and Mackenzie Sunday's parents made a donation to the Church's Summer Youth Program, and surprised Mackenzie for her birthday! The Major met with the parents and arranged for everyone to catch early morning donuts at Paradise Donut Shop, and then transported the girls to Catalayah Elementary School. After the kids were delivered to school, Maj. Jenkins hung around for the school's "Rise and Shine" morning exercises and announcements. He was impressed with all of the excitement and educational incentives that the students were taking advantage of, shortly after 8am. And, Happy Birthday to Mackenzie Sunday! We hope you have a fun Birthday Party, tomorrow! We NEVER want to see you riding in a police car, ever again (unless you're driving it).
Rogers County Sheriff's Office
Rogers County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 14th, 2019 at 10:33am
If you look closely at the previous photograph we “posted”, in which Deputy Betty Shelby posed with two Court Therapy Dogs, you’ll notice that the black Labrador Retriever in that picture is NOT actually “Bear”, it’s the famous “Judge Judy”, who appears in this photograph with her handler, RCSO Reserve Deputy Bill Helton. Like “Jerzy” and “Bear”, “Judge Judy” serves as a Court Therapy K9, as well, and is often observed assisting kids who are experiencing a troubling moment while testifying in our Rogers County Court system. Sorry, Judy!
Rogers County Sheriff's Office
Rogers County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 14th, 2019 at 8:37am
We are encouraging the public to spread the word about our upcoming Bake Sale (TUESDAY MARCH 26th), which will provide supplemental financial support for the families of three amazing members of our Rogers County Law Enforcement Team, who have been faced with monumental health issues. Even though much of the financial burden is covered by medical insurance, we all know the personal impact that additional expenses, outside of the Health Insurance Plan, can create for members of the insured's family members! There are enough emotional challenges, as it is, for our Brothers and Sisters to be continually pressured with ancillary concerns. Please "share" this FACEBOOK POST with your family, friends, and business associates. Let's make the Rogers County Courthouse Lobby a hive of activity and excitement on Tuesday, March 26th, 8am-4pm. Bring an appetite, we'll have all kinds of freshly baked cookies, cakes, pies, breads, and sweets.
Rogers County Sheriff's Office
Rogers County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 14th, 2019 at 7:35am
This little guy, “Jason”, strolled up to the Sheriff this past weekend, at the Claremore Walmart Store. He was shopping with his parents and spotted Sheriff Walton, and wanted to take a photo with him! It’s moments like these that keep all of us in law enforcement very committed to our responsibility to provide compassionate service to members of our Rogers County community; especially the youngsters who will always remember that moment we took the time to stop and especially engage with them. Thank you, Jason, for your tender inspiration.
Rogers County Sheriff's Office
Rogers County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 14th, 2019 at 6:11am
RCSO Deputy Betty Shelby took a minute to grab a picture with two of our Rogers County Courthouse Therapy Dogs. As Court Therapy Dogs, "Jerzy" and "Bear" perform an amazing responsibility by providing therapeutic service during emotionally challenging court hearings. By law in Oklahoma, therapy dogs are allowed to accompany victims under the age of 13 to court, as long as they have the Judge's permission. In addition, these extraordinary K9s are permitted to sit with older victims of crimes. "Jerzy" and "Bear" also attend regular meetings between victims, prosecutors, victim witness coordinators, and investigators. Deputy Shelby, like other members of our Courthouse Security Services Unit, has the best job in the world, because she gets to visit and play with "Jerzy" and "Bear", almost everyday of the week!
Rogers County Sheriff's Office
Rogers County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, March 8th, 2019 at 2:25am
Whenever our Mounted Patrol Team is observed in the community, people often approach us and compliment our horses on their incredible ability to maneuver through obstacles, ignore loud noises and other disruptions, or to have the ability to withstand any situation that we might put them through. Trust us, our horses were not entirely "bomb proof" when they were initially evaluated at our MOUNTED PATROL TRYOUT and EVALUATIONs. These horses simply have an inert desire to perform and respond to training. As we watch the rider and the horse, it becomes immediately apparent which horses and riders have the tenacity and patience to become Search and Rescue Members. There's a saying that "Most horses spend their entire life trying to commit suicide. The others often expire due to human occurrences." Part of our responsibility as members of the RCSO Mounted Patrol Search and Rescue Team, is to learn to identify those distractions and occurrences, which will affect the safety and life of the horse. Then, we correct those. Regular trips to the Veterinary, 'desensitivity training', improvements in equine maintenance, and other types of training, education, and considerations, are very important to the livelihood of our equine partners. If you have a desire to contribute to the community, while extending the life of your companion, make plans to join our Team! This Sunday, March 10th (1pm), at Claremore Expo Center, we are holding our ANNUAL TRYOUT and EVALUATION event. To RSVP, or for more details, telephone Maj. Coy Jenkins at 918 373-6244.