The Payne County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for all civil processes within Payne County. Civil Processes consist of, but are not limited to, the following both from Payne County and other County and State Jurisdictions:
- Emergency Protective Orders
- Subpoena’s for Court Cases
- Small Claims
- Writs of Assistance
All Civil processes filed within Payne County must be filed with the
Payne County Court Clerk’s Office
606 South Husband Street
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074
Telephone: (405) 372-4774
After service, returns on Payne County Court Cases are returned to the Payne County Court Clerk’s Office. All Civil Processes from outside of Payne County, Oklahoma should be sent to the Payne County Sheriff’s Office. Service Return on process from outside of Payne County Oklahoma will be returned to the sending agency.
Court Security: include photo
Court Security is provided by Payne County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies have specific assignments to maintain courthouse security. Visitors must pass through a full body metal detector and any other items are sent through an x-ray machine before entering further than the lobby. Guns, knives, and other weapons are not allowed in the courthouse. Courthouse Security is jointly funded by the Payne County Court Clerk, Payne County Commissioners, and a fee on criminal cases.
Extradition and Transport
Deputies transport persons (adult and juvenile) from other county jails, detention facilities, and Department of Corrections both within and outside the State of Oklahoma. The transport FLEET includes four patrol units and a 15-passenger Van. Transports are conducted on every shift. Our transport division averages between eighty (80) and one hundred (100) trips each month. Average miles traveled per car, per month, is 5,000.
Payne County Sheriff’s Office warrants division is coordinated through one staff member. When warrants are issued, they are logged and entered into a computer system that is shared over many law enforcement agencies within our state. Warrants are accessible to all field deputies and are served depending on the type of warrant. Types of warrants in the system include but are not limited to Failure to Appear, Failure to Pay, Traffic, Civil, and Arrest. Warrants can be accessed by public by visiting OSCN.Net and searching a defendant’s name.