The Tulsa Police Department is proud to partner with the Mental Health Association Oklahoma to address the needs of Tulsans in mental health crisis and/or people experiencing homelessness.
HEARING FROM YOU
The Tulsa Police Department is launching a new public survey tool to better understand local concerns, attitudes, and trust in your Officers. The survey will appear on mobile devices to residents of Tulsa. The tool will enable the Department to understand local neighborhood safety issues and enhance their responsiveness to community priorities more holistically.
TRAVEL WITH CARE
In 2022, there were 19 fatalities in Tulsa resulting from auto-pedestrian collisions. In many of these cases, the pedestrian entered the roadway outside of a crosswalk.
In 2022, the Tulsa Police Department responded to 60 fatal collisions, investigated 9,571 collisions, and issued 69,585 traffic-related citations.
We're committed to improving safety on Tulsa streets and sidewalks for everyone -- whether you're driving, walking/running, cycling, or even on a scooter.