9/23/2020 - Canadian County Sheriff Chris West announced earlier this summer that he was forming a Sheriff’s Posse, and developed a link on his office website to take applications. Within the first 24 hours his office received over 500 online applications, many of which lived outside of Canadian County, and some from people even outside of Oklahoma. Since that time, West and his staff have worked through the applications, trimming it down to only Canadian County residents. Those people were recently sent an Email from the sheriff’s office containing a registration link to attend one of five Citizen Posse orientation training sessions.
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9/18/2020 - The Canadian County Sheriff's Office was proud to host the FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute September 14-18, 2020. Officers from numerous agencies attended the training. Those attending from the Sheriff's Office were Communications Supervisor Cyndie Bowers, Lt. Kevin Johnson and Major Ross Reuter. The FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute is a dynamic, intensive and challenging 4 1/2-day program specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions. This week Major Ross Reuter completed the "trilogy" of the FBI-LEEDA classes. The Canadian County Sheriff's Office is set to host the FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute November 2-6, 2020.
Canadian County Sheriff's Office
The Canadian County Sheriff’s Office is based in El Reno, Oklahoma and is committed to delivering excellent services to all persons in Canadian County through highly skilled, professional and motivated employees.
Led by Sheriff Chris West, the Sheriff’s Office patrols nearly 900 square miles bordered by Kingfisher County, Blaine County, and Logan County to the north, Oklahoma County to the east, Cleveland, Grady, and Caddo Counties to the south.