Guthrie Police Department

  • Agency: Guthrie Police Department
  • Address: 306 W Oklahoma Ave, Guthrie, 73044 OK
  • Chief: Damon R Devereaux (Chief of Police)
Phone: 405-282-3535
Fax: (405) 282-0473

Guthrie Police Department is located at 306 W Oklahoma Ave, Guthrie, 73044 OK. The Chief of Police of the department is Damon R Devereaux. The Guthrie Police Department phone number is 405-282-3535.

Guthrie Police Department News

Cold weather will be here to stay for several days. Record lows even look possible in some spots for Friday night and Saturday morning. Make sure you dress appropriately if you will be spending any time outdoors during this cold spell. Big thanks to our friends at the National Weather Service for this information!

Last reminder. Don't forget to change out the batteries in your smoke detectors and weather radios. Sweet dreams! We're always here for you!

Just sayin'

On behalf of the Guthrie Police Department, we are proud to announce the department's participation in its very first No-Shave November. Participating employees are authorized to grow facial hair or, for the follicly-challenged, participate in various other activities, from November 1, 2018 through November 30, 2018. Our employees may choose to participate for a small donation. We hope you join our cause and donate if you’re able to. Donations can be made to any of our personnel, or at the police department (306 W. Oklahoma). Donations are going to a wonderful cause! Any amount is appreciated. This fun event is designed to raise awareness and all the funds will go directly to Special Olympics Oklahoma. Personnel will return to normal grooming standards on December 1, 2018.

Thanks to everyone who came downtown this evening for this awesome event. We hope you had as much fun as we did.

Guthrie Chamber, Street Department and Police Department were hard at work keeping all the trick-or-treaters safe tonight.

What a great evening in downtown Guthrie!

More photos of the trick-or-treat fest.

More photos of Guthrie’s greatest kids, parents, and volunteers!

While we recognize October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Domestic Violence occurs every day of the year. Speak up to save a life. We love to serve. Please let us.

Look at these amazing costumes!!! Come to the Guthrie Downtown Trick or Treat and have some amazing fun...just don’t eat too much candy!

Come join us downtown for Trick or Treat from 4-6pm. Make sure to come by the Guthrie Police Department where you can pick up a bag with a very special treat!!! Thirty minutes to start time, so don’t be late!

We are excited to see all the ghouls and goblins downton for trick or treat today from 4PM to 6PM.

Love means more than violence. We are here. Let us help!

Gender does not prevent violence. We are always here for you!

1 in 15 children are exposed to intimate partner violence yearly; and 90% of these children are eyewitnesses to this violence. With #SurvivorSpeaks, we hope all survivors will be strong enough to come forward. Learn more:

People tell their story even when they don't speak. Please speak up for them before it's too late.

Everyone is a potential victim. Please speak for those who can't. We are here to help. Please call!

20,000 calls daily are placed to domestic violence hotlines nationwide. Help the number shrink by supporting National Coalition Against Domestic Violence in creating a society that has zero tolerance for domestic violence. #SurvivorSpeaks We love to serve. Please let us help.

Victims are not safe until they are completely removed from their aggressor's reach. We want to help. Any time.

Raise awareness and educate others about domestic violence statistics from NCADV. Learn more at Please let us help!

Help us break this cycle before we lose another life.

Domestic Violence affects everyone!

What NCADV started in October 1981 as a Day of Unity has grown into a national month of Domestic Violence awareness. Remember to raise awareness all year long and always promote #SurvivorSpeaks!

Domestic Violence ruins ALL aspects of a victim's life. Help them out today. Speak up!