Two SCSO Staff Members awarded at Summer Conference
We are proud to have two SCSO staff members win awards at this year's Oklahoma Sheriffs' Association Summer Conference.
Congratulations to Deputy Randy Taylor for winning the Life Saver Award and Dispatch Supervisor Meghan Patton for winning Dispatcher of the Year.
We had a great 2019 conference and banquet. I’m blessed to have such a great group of employees, and proud to be able to nominate them for awards every year.
6/02/2020 - On June 2nd, 2020, the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Office was notified that they had received a much-needed personnel grant that will add $275,000 to the department to pay the salaries and benefits for two new patrol deputies for three years.
3/23/2020 - The Sheriff’s Office is continuing business as normal, as we deal with public emergencies and victims of crimes, we cannot shut down our public contact. We will still respond to calls for service in a timely manner as always.
1/29/2020 - Six individuals were arrested on Jan. 24 after Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Deputies and Investigators, along with detectives from the Sallisaw Police Department, executed a narcotics search warrant on Bawcom Road, near Muldrow.