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Latimer County Oklahoma Sheriff Overview

Latimer County is positioned in the southeastern part of Oklahoma. Its county seat is Wilburton. Latimer County was formed in 19o7 when the state was organized and named after James L. Latimer who was a Wilburton candidate in the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention. The zip codes in Latimer county are 74578, 74545, 74559 and 74563.

Sheriff Jesse James is in charge of Latimer County Sheriff’s Office. If you need to get an update about law enforcement issues from Sheriff James or from someone on the team of deputies, you can call or send a fax to . For emergency issues call 911.

Latimer County Sheriff’s Office:

Address: 111 North Central Wilburton, Oklahoma 74578

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Inmate Search in Latimer County Jail

Recent information about arrests and inmates in custody can be obtained by calling the Sheriff’s Office on . State offenders A convenient way to search for inmates housed in the Latimer County Jail is to browse the Detention Center Inmate List. The list includes details about the offender, the type of offense and bail information.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

If you want to visit someone in the Latimer County Jail, make sure that you follow the visitation rules. You can inquire about specifics for sending money or mail to inmates by calling the jail directly on .

Latimer County Jail Visitation Policy

Inmates are allowed 2 visitors at a time per visiting day from the immediate family, including father, mother, brother, sister, grandparents, aunts, uncles, son, or daughter.

All visitors must be at least 18 and show a valid ID while leaving all personal belongings out. Children under 16 must not be left unsupervised during the visit. Visitors must adhere to a dress code which is subject to discretion of the Latimer County Jail Staff.

Working at Latimer County Jail or Sheriff’s Office:

Latimer County Sheriff’s Office and Detention Center has a job opening for the position of a Detention Deputy in the male ward.

The interested candidates must meet the following minimum requirements: be at 21 years old, own a valid Driver’s License and pass a background history investigation. Experience is not required but it can be an advantage.

If you want to learn more about the position or apply, you can come in person to the Sheriff’s Office to pick an application or ask for one to be emailed to you.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

National laws about sex offenders set mandatory registration criteria for all individuals classified as sex offenders and for kidnappers. The perpetrator will be classified as a sex offender, if he or she is found guilty of or charged with a kidnapping crime or an illegal sexual act performed against the will of another person. Typical such behaviors are rape, lewd conduct, indecent conduct, distribution of child pornography, sexual abuse or sexual assault. Oklahoma sex offenders who live, work or go to school in the Latimer County are registered in the Oklahoma Violent & Sex Offender Registry. You can search the registry by several parameters, including category and address to stay safe in your neighborhood.

Bail and Bondsman

Oklahoma Statute Revision- Revised November 1, 2008

Section 1301. DEFINITIONS

4. “Bail bondsman” means a surety bondsman, professional bondsman, property bondsman, or a cash bondsman as hereinafter defined;

5. “Surety bondsman” means any person who has been approved by the Commissioner and appointed by an insurer or a professional bondsman, by power of attorney, to execute or countersign bail bonds for the insurer or a professional bondsman, in connection with judicial proceedings and charges and receives money for his services

Current state documents:

This is not legal advice as laws change all the time. Please check with the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals for the most recent updates.

Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Latimer County?

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Latimer County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 16
Avg Daily Population 1
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Full time total employees 0
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Address: 111 N. CENTRAL STREET WILBURTON OK 74578

Latimer County Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016 3,708
Number Employed Annual Average, 2016 3,381
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016 327
Unemployment Rate, 2016 8.8
Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015 38,313
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
Latimer County Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014 1,920
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 2015 19.4
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

The Office of Sheriff is one of antiquity. It is the oldest law enforcement office known within the common-law system and it has always been accorded great dignity and high trust. For the most part, the Office of Sheriff evolved out of necessity. Were it not for laws which require enforcing, there would have been no necessity for the Sheriff. There would have been no need for the development of police administration, criminology, criminalists, etc. This is not the case, however. Man learned quite early that all is not orderly in the universe. All times and all places have generated those who covet the property of their neighbors and who are willing to expropriate this property by any means. As such, man’s quest for equity and order gave birth to the Office of Sheriff, the history of which begins in the Old Testament and continues through the annals of Judeo-Christian tradition. Indeed, there is no honorable law enforcement authority in Anglo-American law so ancient as that of the County Sheriff. And today, as in the past, the County Sheriff is a peace officer entrusted with the maintenance of law and order and the preservation of domestic tranquility. The Office of Sheriff and the law enforcement, judicial and correctional functions he performs are more than 1000 years old. The Office of Sheriff dates back at least to the reign of Alfred the Great of England, and some scholars even argue that the Office of Sheriff was first created during the Roman occupation of England. Around 500 AD, Germanic tribes from Europe (called the Anglo-Saxons) began an invasion of Celtic England which eventually led over the centuries to the consolidation of Anglo-Saxon England as a unified kingdom under Alfred the Great late in the 9th Century. Alfred divided England into geographic units called “shires”, or counties. In 1066, William the Conqueror defeated the Anglo-Saxons and instituted his own Norman government in England. Both under the Anglo-Saxons and under the Normans, the King of England appointed a representative called a “reeve” to act on behalf of the king in each shire or county. The “shire-reeve” or King’s representative in each county became the “Sheriff” as the English language changed over the years. The shire-reeve or Sheriff was the chief law enforcement officer of each county in the year 1000 AD. He still has the same function in Oklahoma in the year 2000 AD. Oklahoma’s first constitution, adopted in July 1907, created the Office of Sheriff as an elected official in each county. The concepts of “county” and “Sheriff” were essentially the same as they had been during the previous 900 years of English legal history. Because of the English heritage of the American colonies, the new United States adopted the English law and legal institutions as its own. Oklahoma’s constitution has been revised several times through the years, but the constitutional provisions establishing the Office of Sheriff remains the same as it was in 1907, which, in turn, is strikingly similar to the functioning of the Office of Sheriff at the time of Alfred the Great and William the Conqueror. The major difference, of course, is that the Kings of England appointed their Sheriffs. From the earliest times in America, our Sheriffs have been elected by the people to serve as the principal law enforcement officer of each county. Jesse James was first sworn in as Latimer County Sheriff on September 4th, 2012. Clearly, the Sheriff is the only viable officer remaining of the ancient offices, and his contemporary responsibility as conservator of the peace has been influenced greatly by modern society. As the crossbow gave way to the primitive flintlock, the Sheriff is not unaccustomed to change. But now, perhaps more than ever before in history, law enforcement if faced with complex, moving, rapid changes in methodology, technology, and social attitudes. As Thomas Jefferson wrote in his THE VALUE OF CONSTITUTIONS, “the Office of Sheriff is the most important of all the executive offices of the county.” Latimer County Sheriff’s Office Sheriff Jesse James 111 North Central Wilburton, Oklahoma 74578 Emergency Dial 911 Non-Emergency Phone: Jail Phone: Fax:
2 months ago
In the evening hours of September 25th, 2017, Sheriff Jesse James, Undersheriff Bradley Warren, Deputy Kenneth Matthews, Deputy Kile Turley, Deputy Cody Donoley, Deputy Tyler Newby, and Reserve Deputy Cindy Hicks executed a narcotics search warrant at a residence in the community of Falfa located in Latimer County.

Approximately 50 marijuana plants and 171 grams of marijuana along with multiple drug paraphernalia was seized from the residence. 3 individuals will be facing possible charges of Cultivation of Marijuana, Possession of CDS with the intent to distribute, Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Firearms while in Commission of a Felony, Possession of CDS without a Tax Stamp, and Child Endangerment.
is with Tyler Newby and Kile Turley.3 months ago
We would like to recognize Deputy Tyler Newby and Deputy Kile Turley for a job well done! We recently received a letter from a citizen that was very pleased with the way they handled a situation. We are proud to have outstanding deputies with our department!
3 months ago
The Latimer County Sheriff's Office currently has a position open for a male Detention Deputy. Must be 21 years of age or older, have a Valid Driver's License and pass a background check. Experience preferred but not required. Applications can be picked up at 111 N. Central Wilburton, Oklahoma. Applications can be emailed upon request.
3 months ago
If you have seen this dog, please contact Lisa Hartman . Her name is Pixie andshe is missing from 100 block of E Blair, last seen Wednesday night at Vernon Underwood's (old school house) $200 reward for her.
3 months ago
On August 9th, 2017, Sheriff Jesse James and Deputy Donoley assisted the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms with a search warrant at a residence off of Highway 1 in Latimer County.

During the initial search, a suspected methamphetamine lab was found, along with methamphetamine and multiple drug paraphernalia items. Also found was a stolen battery that was positively identified by personnell with BP Petroleum.

Keith Morgan was arrested on complaints of Endeavoring to Manufacture Methamphetamine, Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance (Methamphetamine), Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Knowingly Concealing Stolen Property. A $100,000 bond was set.
3 months ago
On August 7th, 2017 Sheriff Jesse James and Deputy Dewayne Matthews responded to a report of a vehicle partially submerged in a creek. While en route they were informed by dispatch that there was possibly someone still in the vehicle. Upon arrival they noticed the vehicle was almost completely under water. Deputy Matthews ran through the woods to the opposite side of the creek and noticed a female still in the vehicle. Deputy Matthews advised Sheriff James there was still someone in the vehicle and jumped in the creek. Sheriff James jumped into the creek from the opposite side of Deputy Matthews and swam to assist. Deputy Matthews was able to get the passenger door open and free the female. Sheriff James and Deputy Matthews was able to get the female safely out of the water and carried her up a steep bank where an ambulance was waiting. She was transported to McAlester Regional Hospital for observation. We would like to thank the Wilburton Fire Department who also assisted.

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