Lawton Police Department

  • Agency: Lawton Police Department
  • Address: 10 SW 4th St, Lawton, 73501 OK
  • Chief: Harold Thorne (Chief of Police)
Phone: 580-581-3270
Fax: 580-581-3202

Lawton Police Department is located at 10 SW 4th St, Lawton, 73501 OK. The Chief of Police of the department is Harold Thorne. The Lawton Police Department phone number is 580-581-3270.

Lawton Police Department News

The Lawton Police Department would like to congratulate Sgt. Gregory Adams and Sgt. Girard Capps on being selected for their new assignments. Sgt. Gregory Adams will be transferred from patrol to the traffic unit and Sgt. Girard Capps will be transferred from the uniform division to the non-uniform division. Again, congratulations we are confident you will do well in your new assignments.

HEADS UP! Great opportunity for the community to get to know about their local police department. The Lawton Police Department Citizens Police Academy is designed to give the public an insight to the department and the various functions inside the department.

The Lawton Police Department wants to remind drivers that there is construction happening on East 45th street between Cache and Lee Blvd. This area is a construction zone. Please be advised that the speed limit is now posted 25mph and not 35mph. Drive safely and buckle up!

The Lawton Police Department would like to recognize Officer Patrick Kilgore: This photo is of Officer Kilgore assisting an elderly male traveler on his way to Texas when he ran out of gas. Officer Kilgore pushed his car off the roadway, helped the man get fuel, and made sure he found his way back to the highway. Officer Kilgore is always going above and beyond to help people in the community and never boasts or asks for recognition. Thank you Officer Kilgore for always putting the community first.

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The LPD vs LFD Charity Softball Game was a success. Thank you to all who participated and all who came out to support!

Red Ribbon week was a success and the Lawton Police Department thanks all the schools that allowed us to come out and be part of their events. The officers had a wonderful time teaching all the children throughout the week about what it means to be "drug free." Again, thank you and see you next year!

Halloween Bash! Come out and enjoy a fun time with the family!

Congratulations to those who were nominated. The Lawton Police Department appreciates your dedication to the department and the citizens of the community.

Congratulations Detective Terry Quisenberry! Good luck in your future endeavors!

Red Ribbon Week is here! The Lawton Police Department Community Oriented Policing Unit as well as the K-9 Unit are giving presentations to local schools on the topic of being drug free. There are demonstrations with the K-9's and the students are able to interact with the officers and ask questions about the topic of drug abuse.

FOP Ladies Auxiliary event on Oct. 28th! Mark your calendars!

There is a scam going on in the area where the caller is claiming to be working for a judge. The caller also claims to be working for the US Marshal Service. The caller says that there was a subpoena issued for the person to go to court and they did not go so there is a warrant out for their arrest. The caller will then tell the victim that they must get a green dot card and put a certain amount of money on it in order for them to cancel the warrant. This is a SCAM and we want to warn the people to not follow any directions the caller is giving them. If anyone receives a call like this notify the proper authorities.

Red Ribbon Week/ Red Tulip Project is quickly approaching! The Red Tulip Project is designed to help provide baby items for babies born to mothers with drug addiction. Your support is much appreciated! If you would like to donate baby items, please contact the Lawton Police Department COP Officers listed below!

There will be a retirement ceremony for Detective Terry Quisenberry on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at 3pm in the City Hall Banquet Room. Please come out and help us show support to Detective Quisenberry and thank him for the service he has provided to the community for 25 plus years.

Come out and support the third annual LPD vs. LFD Softball Game. The game will be held on October 28, 2017 at 12pm. The game will be played at the Mcmahon Softball Complex (38th and Lee Blvd, Field #3). The proceeds from this event will benefit both teams and go to the Officer Down Memorial and Operation Warm. Please come out and support this event.

Motorcycle training for the Lawton Police Department motor officers. Lt. Justin Thorne, Sgt. John Bordelon, and Sgt. Collin Ney are going through training to be certified police motorcycle officers. Lt. Johnson also helps to maintain the motorcycles for the traffic division.