The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office Reserve Deputy Program is a vital part of
the Sheriff’s Office. The purpose of the TCSO Reserve Deputy Program is to
provide trained civilian volunteers to augment the manpower of the Sheriff's
Office. Reserve deputies work in all areas of TCSO, as well as at many special
events throughout the year. These dedicated reserve deputies work full time jobs
in the community and volunteer their time in a myriad of events such as the
Special Olympics and Tulsa State Fair.
The Reserve Deputy Program has allowed the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office to
build a better relationship with the community by allowing citizens to
participate in the daily operations of the Sheriff's Office.
Request for Reserve Deputy Assistance
Qualified groups and entities may request the assistance of TCSO Reserve
Deputies by contacting either the Reserve Coordinator or the Reserve Supervisor.
Contact the Reserves support staff at these numbers:
Reserve Supervisor– Paula Hite (918) 596-5612
Reserve Coordinator – Mark Kirschner (918) 596-5650
Requests must be received 30 days in advance of the event to allow time for
consideration by the Sheriff or his designee, and if approved, for recruitment
of reserve deputies. In case of a conflict, the needs of the Sheriff’s
Office must take precedence over any other events which might be scheduled.
Information required to schedule Reserve assistance is:
• Organization’s name,
• Name, phone and email address of a contact person,
• The number of deputies required,
• If there is any special equipment that needs to be provided.
• The date(s) and time(s) when TCSO Reserve deputy support will be required.