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Dispatch: (405) 527-4600
Jail: (405) 527-1961
Office: (405) 527-2141
1/26/2021 - McClain County Sheriff's Office joins federal, state, and local agencies in the Oklahoma Western District Safe Trails Task Force.
1/09/2021 - Sheriff Landy Offolter takes office as the 15th Sheriff of McClain County
5/25/2021 - Sheriff Offolter, in unison with the Board of County Commissioners for McClain County, declared McClain County Oklahoma a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County. Sheriff released a statement and it reads as follows;
3/26/2021 - We were honored to be a part of 2021 Adopt a Cop
2/26/2021 - A few of the staff and deputies took part in the 2021 Special Olympics Oklahoma Polar Plunge
The McClain County Sheriff's Office, located in Purcell, Oklahoma, was founded in 1908 with its first Sheriff taking office in 1908. McClain County includes 580 square miles with roughly 34,506 people in population (2010 Census).
McClain County is bordered by the following counties: Cleveland County and Pottawatomie Counties to the north, Pontotoc County to the east, Garvin County to the south, and Grady County to the west.
Under Sheriff Landy Offolter's leadership, the sheriff's office staff and deputies work within the county, neighboring, counties, state and national agencies. We value the communities we serve. We believe the purpose of our organization is to serve our communities, keep the peace, keep them safe, and work with them to solve problems. View Our Mission Statement
Do you have information that can help us solve a crime? The people that know more about McClain County is its residents. You may have information that will help the McClain County Sheriff's Office solve a crime, save a person's life, or simply make our county a safer more enjoyable place to live.
Do not use this form to notify us of a current crime. Please call 911 or (405) 764-2217.