The Stillwater Police Department is located in the Police and Municipal Building at 723 S. Lewis St.
Stillwater Police Department / P.O. Box 1725 / Stillwater, OK 74076
A copy of a completed incident or accident report can be picked up from SPD’s Records Division Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. We don't fax police reports.
Yes. The SPD’s Patrol Division, Central Communications Division and Detention Center are operational 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to provide both emergency and non-emergency services.
Yes. There are several officers who work in this capacity. Undercover officers carry SPD badges and identification cards.
Yes. We have two officers designated as liaisons to the LGBTQ community in Stillwater. Please contact either Greg Calloway - 405.372.4171 email@example.com or Tanner Galbiso - 405.372.4171 firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no time limit. The situation and circumstances will determine the appropriate response.
No. Stillwater does not currently have a curfew ordinance.
City street information: SPD at 405.372.4171
Severe and inclement weather: Emergency Coordination and Communication at 405.372.7484
Oklahoma State University: OSU Police Department at 405.744.6523
County road conditions: Payne County Sheriff’s Department at 405.372.4522
State highways and turnpikes: Oklahoma Highway Patrol (Troop K) at 580.336.9880
Can I make an anonymous tip to the SPD?
Yes. Call 405.742.8327.
Animal Welfare officers work Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. In case of an emergency (i.e. animal bites or vicious animals at large) after hours, you can contact SPD at 405.372.4171.
If it is a non-emergency, you may leave a message at 405.372.0334, and an officer will return your call the next business day.
Should a pet become impounded by Animal Welfare, every reasonable effort will be made to attempt to locate the owner. Animals that are in good health and have stable temperaments, with no known legal owner, will be offered for adoption.
Only those applying with the department may request a ride-along. These may be arranged with the Training Division at 405.742.8305.
No. The Stillwater Police Department does not operate a citizen volunteer or reserve officer program. Although there are a limited number of reserve police officers working for the SPD. This includes medical personnel who are part of our department’s tactical team.
No. The Stillwater Police Department does not have an explorer program.
Yes. Stillwater police officers are allowed to work off-duty security assignments, provided the assignments are arranged through the department. If you are interested in hiring an off-duty police officer, contact the Operations Captain at 405.742.8251.
Note: Police officers are not allowed to work in the off-duty capacity at establishments that serve alcoholic beverages.
Yes. The SPD has a variety of informative public programs. To learn more about what programs are available or to schedule a public appearance, call 405.742.8318.
How do I know if there is a warrant out for me?
You can check our Active Warrants page.
Content last reviewed 05.20.2020