Pawhuska Police Department

  • Agency: Pawhuska Police Department
  • Address: 128 W Main St, Pawhuska, 74056 OK
  • Chief: Scott Laird (Chief of Police)
Phone: 918-287-4545
Fax: 918-287-1932
Email:

Pawhuska Police Department is located at 128 W Main St, Pawhuska, 74056 OK. The Chief of Police of the department is Scott Laird. The Pawhuska Police Department phone number is 918-287-4545.

Pawhuska Police Department News

Great day of in house training today on crime scene processing and techniques.

If The weather stays clear we will be testing the storm sirens Wednesday at noon. Thanks Chief Laird

Officers are currently conducting training in the area of Virginia and boundary ave. Blanks are being used in the training so be aware that’s what may be heard if you hear what sounds like muffled gunshots. Thank you!

Bluestem burn day

Congratulations to Officer Zack West on completion of the CLEET basic academy. We are glad to have you back and thank your family for enduring the past months of you being away. -Chief Scott Laird

We would like to congratulate Chief Scott Laird, today is his nine year anniversary as our Chief of Police. He has spent the past 19 years serving our community and the citizens of Osage County. Thanks Chief and Congratulations, here’s to many more years. -PD staff and officers

I would like to take this time to ensure all parents that your child's safety is our upmost priority. In the recent weeks and days, we have unfortunately seen an increase in the occurrences of students at other school districts across the country and state, either threatening harm on social media, in person or bringing a weapon to school. We have increased our patrols of the school grounds and are performing patrols inside the buildings periodically. I want you to know we take this very seriously and we will fully investigate and aid in the prosecution of anyone who makes threats against our school system and our children within. If you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact one of our officers and speak with them about it. Thank you, Chief Scott Laird

Last night officers were able to seize several grams of crystal meth and drug paraphernalia off an individual who was charged with the intent to distribute. Below are a few of the items seized on the traffic stop. Great job officers on working daily to make a difference in our community!

Today, a post was made that our officers stopped a car that had a kidnapped victim inside that was duct taped. This post is absolutely false , and this did not occur in our city. Thanks, Chief Laird

Phones are back in service

We are currently experiencing phone issues at the city. The city hall phones are completely down at this moment and are awaiting repair.

Tonight, we tip our hats to our fellow city employees at the water department. They have been extremely busy working on several line breaks in this miserable cold the past week to ensure we all still have water service. Thank you guys!

(From water department supervisor Mark Chamberlain ) Latest update, we have a water main break that is the reason for pressure drop. Turning valves off in the area. Residents need to conserve water. Break should be repaired by 8:00 am

The water crews have been called out for the water issue that is occurring , please let the police line be open for calls. Thanks for your understanding

Santa update

Parents be sure and watch for our page tonight on Facebook as we will go live if any info on Santa is heard of in our area. Just a hint: Last year and the year before it was around 8:30pm when he was near. Stayed tuned! Merry Christmas to you all Chief Scott Laird

This evening, Thanks to the amazing generosity of a local business, Officers and staff were able to deliver and bless a few members of the community with a Christmas dinner. We want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Harold Hughs. Harold was a great friend and co-worker to many of us in law Enforcement in Osage County. He was also the Pawhuska Police Chief in 2007-2008. He will be greatly missed.