TCSO and Berryhill Schools begin the first “Handle With Care” program in Northeast Oklahoma

On February 27th, the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office began a partnership to help potentially traumatized students within the Berryhill School District.

As of February 27th, when a Deputy responds to a call in the Berryhill area where children are present who may be affected by what has occurred, the Deputy will send a “Handle With Care” email notification to the school district. The district will then notify the child’s teacher. A “Handle With Care” notification will allow the teacher to be aware that child may need some additional patience, understanding and potentially even counseling services to cope with what has occurred. In order to protect the privacy of the child and his or her family, NO DETAILS OF THE CHILD’S EXPERIENCE ARE RELAYED TO THE DISTRICT through the “Handle with Care” notification.

TCSO is the third law enforcement agency in Oklahoma to begin a “Handle with Care” program and the first in Northeast Oklahoma. Healthy Minds Policy Initiative has been an integral partner in connecting, informing, and assisting in implementing the Handle with Care program. TCSO’s goal is to see this program expand to other Tulsa County schools, so more children can be helped.

287(g) Public Meeting Notice


November 7, 2019

Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office
287(g) Annual Steering Committee Meeting
December 10th, 2019, 10:00 A.M.
David L Moss Criminal Justice Center
300 N Denver, Tulsa OK 74103
Training Room 1

10:00am- Welcoming Remarks

  • Introduction
    • Sheriff Vic Regalado
    • Field Office Director
  • 287(g) Operations
    • 287(g) presentation
    • Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office 287(g) Program

Stuff the Truck

Throughout the month of July, you can make a difference for a child in need, by dropping off new or gently used stuffed animals at Oklahoma Technical College’s campus at 4444 S Sheridan during regular business hours. Law enforcement will give these stuffed animals to children during times of crisis.

Sheriff Hornsby Bobblehead Night and Recruiting Event

The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Foundation
“Sheriff Hornsby” Bobblehead Night & Recruiting Event

ONEOK FIELD Thursday, June 20, 2019

The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Foundation invites everyone to join them for the “Sheriff Hornsby” Bobblehead Night and Recruiting Event. The Foundation will be reaching out to our community, who can visit recruitment booths and learn about the career opportunities available at the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office. The Foundation will also be on hand to visit with our citizens and share with them their mission to support our law enforcement officers as they work to create a safe community for everyone.

Gates open at 6 p.m., and the first 1000 fans will receive the Sheriff Hornsby bobblehead. Game time is 7:05 p.m. Sheriff Regalado will throw out the first pitch.


Tickets start as low as $7.00, and can be purchased with this link


Unclaimed Items: Our Property Room is Overflowing

Hundreds miscellaneous items are taking up valuable space in TCSO’s property room. Most of the items are bags that went unclaimed when the owners were released from the jail. The TCSO Property Room is open Monday thru Friday between 8:00am and 5:00pm. To get in touch with the property room to claim your items call 918-596-5655 or email at or check out our Facebook Page.

287(g) Annual Steering Committee Meeting

Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office

287(g) Annual Steering Committee Meeting

Monday, December 3, 2018 from 2:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.

VFW Post #577
1109 E. 6th Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74120


Welcoming Remarks
Introduction- Sheriff Vic Regalado
Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Dallas Field Office

287(g) PowerPoint Presentation

ICE Mission Statement
287(g) Training
287(g) Oversight
287(g) Complaint Process
287(g) Operations at TCSO

Questions (all attendees)

Please submit all questions to Beth Woodfin to address the committee or 480-599-6578

Voting Day.

Today is voting day for elections across our state. We encourage everyone to get out and take advantage of your right to vote.   We would also like to remind everyone of an important rule regarding campaign signs.   It is against Oklahoma state law to place campaign signs closer that 300 feet from the ballot  machines. Therefore Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office will be responding to calls from poling places to remedy this issue.  Deputies will respond and check the location of the signs with an app and if signs are too close they will be removed and taken to the Sheriff’s Office.  The candidate can come to the Sheriff’s Office and retrieve their signs.