Moore Police Department

117 East Main Street
Moore, OK 73160
(405) 793-5171

The Moore Police Department provides law enforcement services to residents and visitors to the City of Moore in an effort to create a safe community by protecting life, preserving liberty and keeping the peace. The 81 commissioned  officers and 5 civilian employees of the Department are committed to this mission and maintain utmost vigilance and professionalism in the protection of the City. 

The department moved into the new Public Safety Center at the corner of Main St.  & Broadway Ave.  (117 East Main St.) in April of 2014.

MOORE POLICE NOW HIRING  -  The Moore Police Department will be holding a written and physical test for the position of police officer on September 10 at 5:00 PM.  Go to the Moore High School field house located at 300 N Eastern (on the east side of the football stadium). Bring a photo ID and $15 for the written test. The physical test will be first and consist of 1 ½ mile run in 15 min 20 sec. 300 meter sprint in 68 seconds, 15 pushups and 26 sit-ups. You do not need to sign up in advance for the test.

911 Center

The City of Moore’s Police & Fire Communications Center is a state of the art telecommunications facility that is staffed 24 hours per day 7 days per week.  We have 11 dispatch positions when fully staffed.

We moved into the current building on the corner of 117 E. Main in April 2014.  The Communications Center consists of a 1,050 square foot operations area that includes four dispatch stations along with a classroom style training room and administrative offices.   Read More » about 911 Center

Community Relations

The Moore Police Department’s Community Relations Officer serves as a liaison between the community and the Moore Police Department. The Community Relations Officer is responsible for implementing community programs, personal safety and neighborhood protection. The Moore Police Departments Community Relations Officer is Jeremy Lewis.

The goal of the Community Relations Office is to involve the community in crime prevention and public safety through communication, training and education. We offer several programs and services that work toward this goal. Read More » about Community Relations

Crime Reports

CrimeReports works with the Moore Police Department to help reduce, prevent and solve crime by enabling officials to easily open and manage a controlled dialog with citizens. You will find an online family of crime fighting tools including a public crime map, alert messaging, anonymous tipping and data analytics.

To see a public crime map for Moore click here. Read More » about Crime Reports

Crime Stoppers of Moore

Crime Stoppers of Moore, Inc. is a non-profit organization led by citizens against crime. The program offers cash rewards of up to $1000 to persons providing information that leads to the felony arrest of criminals and fugitives. Callers can remain anonymous.

You can submit information regarding any crime by telephone at 405-793-5160, online or by text.  All tipsters can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1000.00. Visit the website at www.moorecrimetips.com. Read More » about Crime Stoppers of Moore

Municipal Court Fine and Bond Schedule

If you have any questions, please call City of Moore Court personnel at (405) 793-5040. Read More » about Municipal Court Fine and Bond Schedule

September 10th Police Test Results

To determine if you passed the written portion please locate the last 4 digits of your SSN.  If your number is posted then please complete the Police Officer Application attached at the bottom of this page.  The Police Officer Application should be completed by Friday September 19th.  An official from the Police Department will contact you schedule a time to turn in your application. 

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Sex Offenders

Should you have questions about the information contained on this page, please call the Moore Police Department at (405) 793-5151. Beginning in November 2007 a new system was established that placed sex offenders in different tier levels. The levels and a brief explanation of each are detailed below: Read More » about Sex Offenders