Cleveland County Detention Center
We are currently hiring for Detention Officers
Cleveland County Detention Center is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Detention Officer.
Work in a modern facility, alongside some of the best detention officers in the state while learning crucial law enforcement skills in a controlled environment.
With your valuable experience as a detention officer, you will have your foot in the door for career advancement within the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office including Patrol, Judicial Services, Investigations, Communications, Civil, and more.
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Detention Division contacts:
Chief of Detention Julie Tipton 405-701-7713
Major of Administration Brandi Garner 405-701-7767
Major of Detention Bo Ranells 405-701-7715
Major of Support Services James Glasco 405-701-7712
As a division of the Sheriff’s Office, the Cleveland County Detention Center is devoted to safeguarding our community, inmates, and staff.
Our detention staff consists of motivated professionals with the highest levels of integrity who work to uphold the values of the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office:
- Integrity — Doing the right thing while simultaneously being accountable
- Transparency — Openly displaying our stewardship of the people’s Office
- Relationships — People matter and partnerships increase effectiveness
- Humility — Accurately assessing ourselves as we stay grounded
- Innovation — Continuously seeking opportunities to improve
Many young men and women enter law enforcement through employment at the detention center. Those who choose detention as a career compassionately serve the men and women who unwillingly enter our doors. We are charged with courageously protecting all Cleveland County residents, and that includes those who reside within the jail. For some, the detention center can be a first step toward literacy, recovery diversion courts and resources that will give them the tools to turn their lives around if they are willing to make the commitment to change. Whether they choose to take that journey or not, we will treat each person who enters with human dignity while they wait for the wheels of justice to determine their next destination.