Personnel and Divisions

Administration

Stan Brown

Chief of Police

Steve Cox

Deputy Chief

Johnny Ramsey

Business Manager

Patrol Division

The Claremore Police Department Patrol Division is made up of 29 officers, commanded by the Operations Captain, Matt Wild. Patrol officers are responsible for crime prevention, emergency response, traffic enforcement and accident investigation. In addition, the division includes specialty units such as advanced traffic investigators and community-oriented details.

Litterell, Milburn

Support Division Captain

Wild, Matt

Operations Captain

Book, Mark

Patrol Lieutenant

Burnett, Brian

Training Coordinator / Public Information Officer

Cummings, Jason

Patrol Sergeant

Holland, Jordan

Patrol Sergeant

Jensen, Lance

Patrol Officer

Rohr, Chad

Patrol Officer

Starling, Jamie

Patrol Lieutenant

Sutton, James

Patrol Officer

Thirion, Donald

Patrol Officer

Woodward, Doug

Patrol Lieutenant

Holmes, Shaun

Patrol Officer

Keesler, Jordan

Patrol Sergeant

Bradshaw, Kendal

Patrol Officer

Propst, Ricky

Patrol Officer

Rhames, Vicki

Patrol Officer

Turman, Nathan

Patrol Officer (SRO)

Rice, Matthew

Patrol Officer

Hagen, Bobby

Patrol Officer (SRO)

Sherman, Aaron

Patrol Officer

Brassfield, Kyle

Patrol Officer

Strohmeyer, Aaron

Patrol Officer

Parker, Donnie

Patrol Officer

Epperson, James

Patrol Officer

Hickey, Blayke

Patrol Officer

Mora, Kevin

Patrol Officer

Simpson, Chance

Patrol Officer

Reed, Logan

Patrol Officer

Stone, Greg

Patrol Officer

Chau, Anzel

Patrol Officer

Gokey, Matt

Patrol Officer

School Resource Officer

The Claremore Police Department has two school resource officers who are assigned to Claremore Public School campuses during the school year and a patrol shift during the summer months. It is the job of the school resource officer to patrol all school campuses, investigate criminal activity, investigate traffic accidents, educate students and staff about crime prevention, and other various programs and activities on all Claremore Public School campuses.

This is a vital position for our department and the program has been a great success. The goal of the program is to make our public school campuses as safe as possible and a positive environment for learning for all students.

School Officer

School Resource Officers

Nate Turman

Officer

Bobby Hagen

Officer

Investigations Division

The Claremore Police Department Investigations Division, commanded by Chief Investigator John Singer, is responsible for investigating all major crimes, including homicide, manslaughter, rape, robbery, burglary, crimes against children and other felony criminal investigations.

The unit is also responsible for completing background investigations of applicants for the Police Department and internal investigations as assigned by the Chief. In addition, they work closely with other law enforcement agencies in coordinating investigations that cross jurisdictional boundaries.

John Singer

Chief Investigator

Brant Bruner

Investigator

Mark Isaac

Investigator

Cassie Grettner

Investigator

Nate Reed

Investigator

Records Division

The Records Division is responsible for maintaining all files and records for the Claremore Police Department. This includes all criminal, incident and accident reports, traffic citations, and arrest warrants. The team also collects the required state and federal reporting statistics and maintains the sex offender registry.

Evidence Division

The Evidence Officer for the Claremore Police Department is responsible for managing all evidence seized by the Claremore Police Department. The Evidence Officer must ensure that all evidence is handled properly, packaged, sealed and stored as prescribed by state law and policy. They are also responsible for maintaining all lost or found property turned into the Police Department.

Accreditation

In 2004, Claremore Police Department became only the 6th municipal police agency in the State of Oklahoma to meet the rigid professional standards required to achieve the status of Accreditation by The Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP). The program established 191 mandatory standards which must be met by Oklahoma agencies in both written documentation and actual practice.

On January 17, 2019, based on the department’s on-site assessment (meeting mandatory State standards), the application for re-accreditation was approved.

We are proud of each member of our department for the hard work and dedication that resulted in achieving the goal of earning and maintaining our status as an accredited agency.

Police Department Contact:

200 W. 1st Street
Claremore, OK  74017

Emergency: 911
Phone: 918-341-1212
Fax: 918-341-1643