Lookup Inmates in Cherokee County, Oklahoma. Results May Include: Mugshot, Arrests, Inmate Name, Booking Number, Booking Date, Arresting Agency Code, Case Number, Charge, Description, Bond Amount, Race, Height, Hair Color, Eye Color, DOB.

Cherokee County Oklahoma Sheriff Overview

Cherokee County is located in the eastern part of Oklahoma. The county shares the capital of Tahlequah with the Cherokee nation. Cherokee County was formed in 1906 from the Tahlequah District of the Cherokee Nation. The zip codes in Cherokee county include 74965, 74964 and 74960, 74441,  74444, 74364, 74451, 74452, 74457, 74464, 74427, 74931, 74465 and 74471.

Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office is under the authority of Sheriff Norman Fisher. The easiest way to contact Sheriff Fisher is by calling him on 918-456-2583 or by visiting his office located on 213 W Delaware in Tahlequah. Marshel Bennett, the County Clerk, who can help you with administrative issues about the local government is available for phone calls at 918-456-3171.

Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office:

Address: 213 W Delaware 74464 Tahlequah, Oklahoma

Phone:  918-456-2583

Inmate Search in Cherokee County Jail

If you want to obtain details about currently incarcerated inmates housed in the Cherokee County Jail, call the Sheriff’s Office for recent information about arrests and releases. For online searches from anywhere, you can go on the website of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (DOC) and browse state offenders imprisoned in state detention facilities by using the

Certain warrant information is published on the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Facebook page.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

For overview on Oklahoma guidelines of detention center management, check out the multiple resources on the Oklahoma DOC website. You will find valuable details about inmate security, rights and responsibilities, belongings, visitation schedule and visiting rights.   

Visits are a privilege for family members, attorneys and the clergy. Maximum visiting time per week is between 4 and 16 hours, One visit can last one hour the longest.

To inquire about visiting an inmate located in Cherokee County Jail, as well as about sending them money or mail, call the Tahlequah Sheriff’s Office on 918-456-258.

Working at Cherokee County Jail or Sheriff’s Office:

Until a law enforcement position in Cherokee County opens up, you can look opportunities in the wider Oklahoma area.  The current open position for a Probation and Parole Officer in the Broken Arrow Probation & Parole offers a monthly full time salary of $2,698.

The position consist of four levels depending on the work complexity, supervision and responsibility levels and comprises duties such as supervision of probationers,  parolees  and  inmates in  re-entry  programs.

Relevant job qualifications include:

  • Agreeing to job-related travel
  • Owning a valid Oklahoma driver’s license
  • Subject to drug testing
  • Passing necessary training and qualifications for peace officers

    Having no felony, sex offenses, misdemeanor crime of domestic violence, or other offenses on moral turpitude on record

    Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

    All persons charged with or convicted of a sex crime, including any act of sexual violence classified as such, as well as other relevant behavior against the will of another person, for example, rape, child molestation, sexual abuse, assault or distribution of child pornography are identified as sex offenders. All sex offenders have to report to the local sex offender registries and the National Sex Offender Registry. To locate a sex offender with a residence in Cherokee County, perform a web lookup in the Oklahoma Sex and Violent Offender Registry. Apply multiple search parameters from the list of four – basic, appearance, offense and map, to get the best results.

    Bail and Bondsman

    Oklahoma Statute Revision- Revised November 1, 2008

    Section 1301. DEFINITIONS
    4. “Bail bondsman” means a surety bondsman, professional bondsman, property bondsman, or a cash bondsman as hereinafter defined;
    5. “Surety bondsman” means any person who has been approved by the Commissioner and appointed by an insurer or a professional bondsman, by power of attorney, to execute or countersign bail bonds for the insurer or a professional bondsman, in connection with judicial proceedings and charges and receives money for his services

    Current state documents:

    This is not legal advice as laws change all the time. Please check with the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals for the most recent updates.

  • Cherokee County Jail Statistics
    Number of Persons Confined53
    Avg Daily Populationnot applicable
    Name of new facilitynot applicable
    Full time payroll8
    Full time total employees8
    Total salaries and wagesnot applicable
    Other operating expendituresnot applicable
    Total construction costsnot applicable
    Equipment, furnishings, etcnot applicable
    Year of original constructionnot applicable
    Year of major renovationnot applicable
    Name of new facilitynot applicable

    Address: 213 W. DELAWARE STREET TAHLEQUAH OK 74464

    Cherokee County Unemployment and Median Household Income
    Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 201619,222
    Number Employed Annual Average, 201618,149
    Number Unemployed Annual Average, 20161,073
    Unemployment Rate, 20165.6
    Median Household Income Annual Average, 201540,600
    Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
    Cherokee County Poverty Data
    Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 201410,023
    Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 201521.5
    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

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