Thank you to Emergency Responders Assistance Program and Prairie Wolf Distillery for their donation of hand sanitizer
Thank you to Emergency Responders Assistance Program and Prairie Wolf Distillery for their donation of 12 gallons of hand sanitizer to Payne County Sheriff’s Office. It is awesome the generosity of people during this pandemic. Payne County Sheriff’s Office was quickly running out of hand sanitizer and we had contacted all the suppliers we could find. We even were looking in places that normally do not have quantities of hand sanitizer. We had ordered non-alcohol based hand sanitizer that is not recommended for COVID-19 but it is better then nothing. When we heard about Prairie Wolf Distillery making hand sanitizer we immediately called to try and secure some. Jeffery Cole, with Prairie Wolf Distillery got me in contact with Doug White, Executive Director of Emergency Responders Assistance Program. Doug worked with me to figure out my needs and donated 12 gallons for the Deputies and Jailers of Payne County. When Undersheriff Nixon and I picked it up today we found a great group of people and Chris even helped fill the orders for Tulsa County, Oklahoma Highway Patrol and Jones Police Department.
Thank you to Erik Tekell, Jonathon Stranger Co-Owners of Prairie Wolf Distillery and Doug White of Emergency Responders Assistance Program.
Sheriff Kevin Woodward
Payne County Sheriff Launches New Website
2/04/2020 - A new mobile-friendly website to help the sheriff's office better communicate with the Payne County community. Features include inmate search, most wanted, sheriff, sales, and more.
Payne County's New Sheriff Sworn In
9/03/2019 - Payne County's New Sheriff, Kevin Woodward Sworn In as the 22nd sheriff to serve Payne County.
Payne County joins cold case unit
5/16/2019 - Payne County officials join the OSBI cold case unit to join forces with state officials to help solve cold cases in Oklahoma.