How do I pick up my property?

Tulsa Police Department Property Room
1111 W. 17th ST
Tulsa, OK
74107
(Located on 17th street, East of Southwest Blvd, in the OSU medical building. Our door faces South across the street from the Credit Union.)

For inquiries and appointments, you may email the property room at PropertyRoom@cityoftulsa.org or call 918-596-9355.

The Tulsa Police Department Property Room is open to the public by appointment only.
Monday through Thursday (excluding City Holidays) 
8:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.

The Property Room is closed every Friday for inventory and may be required to shut down without notice due to COVID or any other unforeseen circumstance.

To expedite picking up property keep the following in mind:

  • To claim property, you must come in person at your appointment time and present a photo ID (driver's license, state ID card etc.)
  • If you have been given a Property Receipt Number (example:  BR1111) or Incident Number (example: 2020-009560) by a Detective working the case, please bring the number with you.
  • You may not pick up property for another person unless you have the original notarized, signed statement from that person.
  • Items being held for the rightful owner will only be stored and held for 90 days. Property not claimed within 90 days is put on a court order and forfeited.
  • If your items are being held as Evidence, HERE are steps for getting your items released.
  • If you are inquiring about a firearm, you will need to provide proof of ownership and a valid photo ID. You will then be required to fill out a background check.
  • The Tulsa Police Property Room is part of the Detective Division and stores all department evidence, items turned in for destruction, items being held for the rightful owner and unclaimed found property.

The Tulsa Police Property Room disposes of unclaimed property after 90 days of receipt. Certain items of Property and Evidence is sent out for auction administered by the City of Tulsa Finance Department.  The time and date of the auction is set by the Finance Department. Interested persons can consult the City of Tulsa website for that information.

It is difficult, if not impossible, to return stolen property to the rightful owner without a serial number or unique identifying number.  Use the link to access a form to record your valuable possessions, print the form and store it somewhere safe. Do not send the form to the Tulsa Police Department. Personal Property Record

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