A new national program has been implemented to certify professional corrections officers. Certification in jail operations is a demonstration of competency and professionalism in the field of corrections and documents continuing education and growth. This training is known as Jail Academy. The required Annual Academy covers topics such as Jail Operations, Safety and Security, Professional and Legal Concepts, Special Population Issues, and Support Services.
Inmate Medical Services
In addition the jail Contracts their Inmate medical needs to Advanced Correctional Services which is Staffed by (1) RN, (4) LPN’s, (1) M.D., and (1) MHPP. Anytime an inmate visits medical an $8.00 dollar co-pay will be assessed to the inmates trust account, if the inmate is indignant this cost will be added to the jail cost. Any medications will be the actual cost of the medication and again will be deducted from the inmate’s account or added to the jail cost if indignant. Any Department of Corrections inmate who has a Judgment and Sentence will not be billed by the county and will be seen by the Department of Corrections Medical Staff. Any Financial Cost of an pre-existing medical condition will be the responsibility of the inmate. Outside medications may be brought to the Medical Department Monday - Friday, between the hours of 7am and 3pm. These Medications must be a current and valid prescription, in it's original packaging. When bringing these types of Medications, please contact the Medical Department by calling 918-227-6378 and one of the Medical Staff Members will meet you in the front Lobby area.
Each inmate has a Commissary Account. Inmates’ family members may apply money to their accounts in the form of Money Orders Mailed to the Creek County Justice Center in Care of the inmate. Cash, Credit or Debit may be brought directly to the Facility and Deposited on the Inmates Account via the Automatic Trust Machine. Inmates are allowed to purchase hygiene products, snacks, Pre-Paid Phone Cards, etc.
Visitation days will be Saturday from 7:30 am until 2:00 pm for pods A-G, and Sundays 7:30 am until 2:00 pm for pods H-N Dormside. Holding cells, and segregation cells will be Monday-Thursday from 1:00 pm until 3:00 pm and an appointment must be made at least 24 hours in advance for both the Holding Cells and Segregation Cells. To make these Visitation Appointments Contact the Detention Control Center Directly at (918)-227-6371
Each inmate can set up a visitors list, which is to include spouses, family members and Friends. (children under 18 years of age must be directly related to the Inmate and accompanied by their parent or Legal Gaurdian, which also must be on the inmates visitation list.)
Each visitor must show a valid state or government photo ID. Children under the age of 18 must have a state issued Birth Certificate, proving direct kinship to the inmate. Certificates issued by a Hospital or Photo Copies will not be Accepted.
Inmate Mental Health
The inmates' mental health issues are addressed by our Medical Department and in some cases, Creek Counties Mental Health Organization ( CREOKS ) will be contacted.
Inmate Spiritual Needs
The inmates' spiritual needs are met by the Creek County Ministerial Alliance and participation from local churches.
Each Inmate has the ability to visit our Day Room area, which is fully stocked with the most up to date Law Books and Legal Documents. The Inmates Attorney's can visit 7 days a week, up until 6:00 pm
Inmates have the ability to correspond with family and friends by mail, Inmates can also receive mail from the same. It is important to note, all mail Is opened and checked for contraband (illegal smuggled items) before it is given to the inmate. Magazines contiaining pornography, tattooing, weapons, derogitory material, or racial motivated material will not be allowed. We would also like to remind everyone that Assisting to or Bringing Contraband into any Detention Facility may be Punishable in a Court of Law. If you would like to send an inmate mail, please use the address listed below.
Inmate's Full Name
P.O. Box 1600
Sapulpa, OK 74067
Inmate Phone Services
Inmate phone services are contracted through City Tele Coin. Inmates may make collect calls, or may purchase a pre-paid calling card from Commissary, the family member or loved one may also choose to set up a direct bill account. If you are receiving harassing, threating, un-wanted calls or Questions, please contact City Tele-Coin at 1-800-682-0707.
The Creek County Justice Center is the Central Location for our Warrants Division. Law-Enforcement Officers across the county and across the US Communicate with Warrant Divisions in any agency. Any Warrant for Arrest that is issued from our Court System is processed through this division, Duties within this division consist of warrant processing in our data base, taking warrants out of our system after service or recalled by the Court System.
Creek County Justice Center Contact Numbers
Detention Control Center: (918)-227-6371
Medical Department: (918)-227-6378
For any Further Questions or Information regarding an Inmates Commissary Account, Pre-Paid Phone Cards or Inmate Billing. Contact: Billing@CreekCountySheriff.com
Kelly Birch, Captain
Kevin Botts, Deputy
Gary Bloss, Sgt.
Adam Marshall, Deputy
Shaun Charkowski, Deputy