Ardmore Sheriff Records Search

See Ardmore OK Sheriffs and search free public sheriff records. Sheriffs are law enforcement officers which enforce laws and keep public order. Sheriffs are usually elected by their regional counties.


Carter County Sheriff's Office 100 South Washington Street Ardmore OK 73401 580-223-6014


Love County Sheriff's Office 408 West Chickasaw Street Marietta OK 73448 17.8 miles from Ardmore 580-276-3150

Marshall County Sheriff Office 207 North 4th Street Madill OK 73446 21.6 miles from Ardmore 580-795-2221

Murray County Sheriff's Office 700 West 10th Street Sulphur OK 73086 23.0 miles from Ardmore 580-622-5106

Johnston County Jail 110 North Capitol Avenue Tishomingo OK 73460 25.5 miles from Ardmore 580-371-2691

Cooke County Sheriff's Office 300 County Road 451 Gainesville TX 76240 37.6 miles from Ardmore 940-665-3471

Garvin County Sheriff's Office 201 West Grant Avenue Pauls Valley OK 73075 38.2 miles from Ardmore 405-238-7591

Bryan County Sheriff's Office 402 West Evergreen Street Durant OK 74701 44.9 miles from Ardmore 580-924-3000

Pontotoc County Sheriff's Office 100 West 13th Street Ada OK 74820 47.3 miles from Ardmore 580-332-4169

Grayson County Sheriff's Office 200 South Crockett Street Sherman TX 75090 48.6 miles from Ardmore 903-893-4388

Montague County Sheriff's Office PO Box 127 Montague TX 76251 50.0 miles from Ardmore 940-894-2871

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office 218 North Main Street Waurika OK 73573 50.2 miles from Ardmore 580-228-2375

Stephens County Sheriff's Office 101 South 11th Street Duncan OK 73533 52.2 miles from Ardmore 580-255-3131

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About Sheriffs

A sheriff is an elected law enforcement official for a county. Sheriffs usually have policing jurisdiction over unincorporated areas of the county, though in some states, sheriffs have jurisdiction throughout the state.

In many locations, the sheriff also runs the county jail.

The sheriff keeps records on criminal arrests, incidents reported to the sheriff, traffic collision reports, and other records. Many of these records are available to the public.