PD’s Plan for Positive Change at Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office

Focusing patrol on unincorporated areas within the county
Reinstated warrants team so we can get bad guys off of our streets
Lowering response time on emergency calls
Increasing supervision in the jail to increase safety
More supervision during night shift to lower incidents
Ensuring people who have been ordered to be released are released as quickly as possible – saving us tax dollars
Shaking up the organizational culture that threatens the ability to continue change
Replacing open positions with the highest quality officer applicants available
Reviewing current operations to fix what is broken
Continued DUI operations to stop innocent people from dying at the hands of drunk drivers

These are just a few of the things that initiated since March 2. There is much more to come.

P.D. Taylor is a graduate of Putnam City High School, the Class of 1964, and he obtained his associate degree in police science from Oklahoma City Southwestern College.  While serving in the U.S. Army from 1966-1968, Taylor was stationed in Vietnam, attaining the rank of sergeant.

AUTHORIZED AND PAID FOR BY P.D. TAYLOR FOR COUNTY SHERIFF 2017