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To find out if someone is an inmate in our detention center, click the VINE webpage here to search.
In Oklahoma VINE partners with the Oklahoma Attorney General's Office and 47 other states. VINE allows anyone like crime victims to search an offender's status. Anyone may register for inmate change in status notification through VINE. Those notifications are sent by email, text, and phone app. The Canadian County Detention Center allows VINE access to our inmate data base for our inmate population.
You can also register with VINE and they will notify you whenever an inmate is released. This service also works for inmates sentenced to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.
If you're unable to search for an inmate through VINE you may call our detention center at 405-422-3188.
To put money on an inmate's account click here. You will be directed to the vendor responsible for providing inmate telephone, correspondence and commissary items.
Traffic tickets written by the Sheriff's Office, Highway Patrol, Game Warden and other state law enforcement agencies are filed in the district court. Traffic tickets written by a police department are generally filed in that department's municipal court. The correct court should be written on the traffic ticket. For all district court related matters including traffic tickets click here.
We currently don't have a way for
someone to leave an anonymous tip. Tipsters may leave information for the Sheriff's Office by calling 405-422-3187. Leave the information with a dispatcher or ask for a deputy or investigator to return your call. You may also email information to email@example.com to leave information.
If you want to remain confidential, please let the deputy or email recipient know.
Appear at the Canadian County Sheriff's Office between the hours of 8:00 am and 10:00 am, Monday through Friday to have your finger prints taken. There is a $10 fee for each set of prints.
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To claim and retrieve property from the Sheriff’s Office you own please contact LT Jerry Hendrick. He may be reached at 405-422-3187 ext 234 or firstname.lastname@example.org LT Hendrick will better explain the procedure for claiming property you own which may include things like proof of ownership, District Attorney releases or other items for ownership and authenticity purposes.
Generally, hours of availability for obtaining property are Monday through Thursday 8:00am to 4:00pm.
Call our communications at 422-3187 to request additional patrol of your residence during times of vacation or other security concern you have.