Welcome to OSPOA!

Oklahoma Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association

Oklahoma's oldest law enforcement organization since 1914

     The Oklahoma Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association is an organization of law enforcement professionals representing all branches of law enforcement including city, county, state, federal and tribal. OSPOA was founded in 1914 and incorporated June 11, 1929. Oklahoma City was established the official headquarters in 1960.

     OSPOA actively promotes the enforcement of law and order and works to advance the sciences of prevention and detection of crime and the apprehension of criminals. OSPOA encourages the cooperation and mutual assistance among all law enforcement agencies. OSPOA promotes and encourages high standards of law enforcement and honor to the profession.


      The Criminal Justice Professionals of OSPOA’s mission is to educate, empower and equip our law enforcement community on a local, federal, state and tribal level, by identifying their needs and those of the citizens of Oklahoma.

Who are our members?

Our membership base is a wide array of law enforcement agencies and departments. From starting rank to administrators, the OPSOA provides benefits and training services across Oklahoma.


Any full-time employee of a government criminal justice agency (or retired) or a CLEET certified Reserve Officer. If you are past the age 65 when you apply for membership, you are not entitled to death benefits.


Any former active member no longer in law enforcement for any reason other than retirement; or anyone who is commissioned but not certified by CLEET and not salaried by a department.

All memberships expire January 31st of each year.

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Oklahoma Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association