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OK Sheriffs’ Association Donation

Posted on: January 22nd, 2020   Topic:


Help support the Oklahoma Sheriffs’ Association with a donation. We rely on these donations along with support from business sponsorships, individuals, and memberships to help train and provide assistance to not only the sheriffs of Oklahoma but the residents that call it home.



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The Oklahoma Sheriffs’ Association has been committed to serving and ensuring the safety of our local neighborhoods and families since 1991. Donations to the OSA allow us to have a voice on many important law enforcement initiatives such as:

  • Emergency Response
  • Public Safety
  • Crime Prevention
  • Criminal Justice Reform
  • Corrections
  • Sheriff Training

It assists us in providing all sheriffs specialized training and education for Deputies and Detention Officers. The OSA advocates for laws and policies that protect victims’ rights and punish criminals, introduce and support legislation that benefits the Sheriff and reduces costs of operating the jail, as well as protect lives and property by strengthening relationships between citizens and Sheriffs.

We also, through your generous donation provide a Scholarship Fund which has been established to provide college scholarships to qualified students who are committed to pursuing an academic degree at an Oklahoma college or university.

We thank you for your steadfast support. Together, on behalf of our collective community, we can continue to make lasting differences for us all.

Sheriff – Canadian County – Sheriff Chris West

Canadian County Sheriff Chris West shares his beginnings leading to his election. He speaks on cooperation with other agencies of the surrounding areas


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