Welcome to the new website for the Grady County Sheriff's Office.

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Main: (405) 222-5085

Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 - 4:30

302 N 3rd Street
Chickasha, Ok 73018

sheriff deputies patrolling a county road


The Patrol Division is the first line of defense for the citizens of Grady County. The fundamental duty of a Deputy is to serve the community, to safeguard lives and property and to respect the constitutional rights of all to liberty, equality, and justice.

sheriff deputies patrolling a county road

Civil Division

The Civil Division of the Grady County Sheriff's Office has one full-time Deputy that serves all the papers that come through the Grady County Courthouse. This also is all out of county papers that come through the office for service.

sheriff deputies patrolling a county road

Transport Division

The transport Division has one full-time and two part-time deputies that are responsible for picking up all inmates that are in any County jail in the state that has a warrant with Grady County. This includes Juvenile and mental health that have to be brought back for any court dates. This includes nights and weekend coverage. They are responsible for all out-of-state extradition's, also provides for the transport of inmates to and from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections who are required by court.

size and weight patrol division

Size & Weights

The primary mission of the Sheriff's Office Size & Weights enforcement, is providing the safest environment for all motorists by enforcing over weight and over sized vehicles and loads traversing our county roads.

Our size and weights enforcement deputies are trained by the Highway Patrol's size and weights enforcement division. Our scales used to weigh trucks are annually certified by the Highway Patrol's size and weights division to ensure accuracy. Being trained by the Highway Patrol size and weights division ensures we're trained by the experts in this field of law enforcement and that we have a continuity of enforcement practices congruent with Highway Patrol's standards.