Tuttle Police Department Mission
Our mission is simple: to provide the best available law enforcement and public safety communications services with an emphasis on customer service, safety, and collaboration. .
We, the members of the Tuttle Police Department, will strive to uphold the following values in both our professional and private lives.
- Fairness / Equality
Tuttle is a major municipality in Grady County, Oklahoma. Named after a prominent local rancher (James H. Tuttle) the town is one of the fastest growing in central Oklahoma. Tuttle is a center for agriculture and home to the flagship Braum's Dairy farm which helps to supply over 280 stores in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Arkansas and Missouri. According to the 2010 Census, there are over 6,000 people living in approximately 2200 households within the nearly 30 square miles of the incorporated city limits. The City of Tuttle was platted in 1901 and incorporated in 1906. Tuttle was the home town to Alfred P. Murrah,(former Chief Judge of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and the namesake of the federal building which was targeted by a domestic terrorist bombing in 1995) and Jason White, a quarterback at the University of Oklahoma and the 2003 Heisman Trophy winner. Currently, the Tuttle Police Department has 10 sworn officers and 5 support personnel.