Fort Sill Police Department

  • Agency: Fort Sill Police Department
  • Address: 1649 Randolph Road, Fort Sill, 73503 OK
  • Chief: Joe Glanzer (Chief of Police)
Phone: (580)442-5066
Fax: (580)442-7348

Fort Sill Police Department is located at 1649 Randolph Road, Fort Sill, 73503 OK. The Chief of Police of the department is Joe Glanzer. The Fort Sill Police Department phone number is (580)442-5066.

Fort Sill Police Department News

Department of the Army Security Guard Lt. Randy Grayer recieving 35 years of service certificate and recognition!

Department of the Army Security Guards; Sgt. Vogelsong, Officer Ray, Officer Chesnutt, and Ofc Maldonado recieving Certificates of Achievement for their roles in the DES 3 Gun Competition last Fall.

Fort Sill gates will remain open under regular operational hours. If anything changes we will post here.

Today was the Garrison Awards ceremony, congrats to all DES personnel that received awards....from length of service, to Civilian of the Quarter, Meritorious Service Awards and the Commander's Attaboy Award for the implementation of the new AIE gate system.

Presidents' Day Weekend Gate Hours for Fort Sill: Friday, 16 February (Training Holiday): Sheridan Gate, Key Gate West will remain 24 hour gates. Ft Sill Gate will operate normal hours (0500-2100) and Apache Gate will also operate normal hours (0500-2100). 52nd Street will be closed. Saturday, 17 February: Sheridan and Key Gate West remain 24 hour gates. Ft Sill Gate will operate normal hours (0500-2100) and Apache will operate reduced hours (0600-1400). 52nd Street and Key Gate East will be closed. Sunday, 18 February: Sheridan and Key Gate West remain 24 hour gates. Ft Sill Gate will operate normal hours (0500-2100). Apache Gate, 52nd Street and Key Gate East will be closed. Monday, 19 February (Presidents Day): Sheridan and Key Gate West remain 24 hour gates. Ft Sill Gate, Apache, 52nd Street and Key Gate East will be closed.

Over 150 5th grade students from Lincoln, Whittier, and Crosby Park Elementary Schools participated in the Starbase Career Day Program by touring Fire Station #2. Firefighters provided a first hand glimpse into the daily life and routine of a firefighter, exploring fire trucks, understanding tools, and trying on the gear. Firefighters explained how math, science, and continual education plays a vital role in fire service.

We would like to say THANK YOU to the Fort Sill community for your patience during this first week of implementation and testing of the new AIE-3 gate system! The team will be here with us over the next few weeks as we ensure that all functions are working efficiently and properly. We want this to be as easy of a transition as possible! All of our gate guard personnel and DES staff have been more than pleased with how well this system has integrated. Here is a quick snapshot of MG Shoffner receiving a hands on demonstration of how users will scan their CAC/access card for entry...

DES Firefighters and Law Enforcement attended the National Incident Management System (NIMS) FEMA training on All-Hazards Operations Section Chief (OSC) Course. This course provided our emergency responders with a robust understanding of the duties, responsibilities, and capabilities of an effective (OSC) on an All-Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT). First responders learned about incident mobilization, unit management, command needs, emphasizing risk management and safety, and much more.

DES Fire hosted a Home School Group on a Fire Station #2 tour. Firefighters showed them the interior of the station, explained what they do, as well as fire safety and what to do in case of a fire in their own home. Students received fire helmets and safety information packets. The students sprayed water from a wildland truck and saw the fire bay and learned about all of the equipment.

Thanks PAO for helping us get the word out! We ask that you allow a little extra time in your morning routine and have patience, with our guard force and the new equipment, for this testing's all new for us too! πŸ™ƒπŸ™ƒ

Fort Sill Directorate of Emergency Services Shutdown/Furlough update.... All emergency services functions will continue, Police, Fire and Guard personnel are still on duty. At this time all gates and Visitor Control Center functions will operate at normal capacity. Since we are operating on essential personnel and minimum exemptions only, some functions will be limited or non existent, those will be..... Minimal Civil Liaison duties on an as needed basis, staff will be able to complete AWOL paperwork and Comanche County pre-trial functions if necessary. Police Admin Branch staff will not be available. Background checks, police reports cannot be conducted. However out-processing can be completed at the MP Desk located at 1649 Randolph Rd, 580-442-2103. Physical Security inspections which have been scheduled during the shutdown will need to be re-scheduled, POCs will contact units upon return. If you have issues with alarms or armsrooms, minimal staff is onsite, please contact Mr. Mark Brown or Ms. April Cook at 580-558-6527/6029.

If you are out an about on New Years Eve (or anytime) please DO NOT DRINK and DRIVE! Safe driving this NYE!

Merry Christmas from the Ft. Sill DES🌲

Here are photos of 2 of the Department of the Army Security Guards who recieved "Time in Service" awards and a Certificate of Recognition for Training on Weapons Registration and Safety. Pictured are Security Officer Sipunu and Sgt. Winston (y)

Unsure of the rules for open flames, candles, fire pits, grills, and heaters on Fort Sill? Take a look at these flyers to learn the rules and be safe!

Winter holidays are a time for families and friends to get together. But that also means a greater risk for fire. Following a few simple tips will ensure a happy and fire-safe holiday season.

Be safe and warm this winter! With a few simple safety tips and precautions you can prevent most heating fires from happening.

A couple views of the East Range most of us civilian/contractor workers call this an end to the week, send some positive thoughts to our F&ES crews that will be at work through the night! Fort Sill Fire & Emergency Services have been vigilantly monitoring the status of the burning area and will continue to over the next few days. Thanks to the wind direction change it looks like we will be sharing some smoke with our northerly friends this evening πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰ Happy Friday!

Fort Sill Fire & Emergency Services participated in the "100BSB Fall/Winter Safety Campaign" on December 15, 2017 at BLDG 3376. F&ES personnel provided winter safety briefings covering the prevention of Cooking Fires, Holiday Safety, Home Fire Safety, Smoke Detectors, and Space Heaters. Be Safe this Winter!

Fire and Emergency Services (F&ES) participated in the "Fort Sill Living Expo" at the Historic Patriot Club. F&ES personnel provided fire safety briefings covering prevention of Cooking Fires, Holiday Safety, Home Fire Safety, Smoke Detectors, and Fire Evacuation Plans.

We have seen many photos posted by people around the Lawton Community from last nights fire, here are a few courtesy of Angela Cordes Photography. Always remember to practice extreme safety while capturing these moments, stay a safe distance away and be aware of your surroundings! With that being said, if you were able to safely take a few shots, please feel free to share them in the comments! We also wanted to give you a heads up that there will be more burning today and lots of smoke. According to the latest weather forecast, there is a potential for the winds to shift directions so the Ft Sill Fire Dept will be doing some back burning in different areas of the East Range throughout the day. Rough estimates right now show that there is the potential to have burned aprox.4000 acres by the time they finish up. While this fire was started as a result of live fire training, it has allowed us to be a little ahead of schedule on the prescribed burn plan...most of this area was on the list for the holiday break. Maybe this will give our guys a little extra down time over these upcoming holidays to enjoy time with their families since we are getting it out of the way now! 😊 As always, we will do our best to keep everyone safe and informed.

Many of you may have seen our post last week from the West Range fires, well as many of you can probably see, there is a fire inside the impact area on East Range tonight. Fort Sill firefighters have been on the scene for hours and have started a back burn to remove fuel at the edge of the impact area.At this time the fire is not in danger of crossing any boundary roads or fence lines. The fire will burn overnight until it reaches the back burn area and starves itself out. Fort Sill fire will monitor the area through the night and provide any critical updates.

Fighting fire with Fire! Backfires on West Range (along Tower Two Rd) with Ft. Sill Fire & Emergency Services. πŸ”₯

Maybe we can get the Ft Sill Fire Department to top this at Freedom Elementary...what do ya’ say?

The Thanksgiving Holiday Gate and Visitor Center Hours are as follows: