The Major County Sheriffs Office is based in Fairview, Oklahoma and led by Sheriff Darin Reames. Since he was inducted as sheriff, he has taken strides to bring the Sheriffs office to a level of professionalism. Providing the county with a website, to better inform the Major County area of crime in the area, will aid in proving how the Sheriffs office is working to serve and protect its citizens.
Fast, Mobile-Friendly, and Informative
The new website is mobile-friendly and loads quickly; allowing it to be accessible from any device and connection. Visitors can view booking reports, that are updated automatically from ODIS several times per day, and search inmates. Jail vendors for inmate services are just a click away and include information to an inmates family and friends for visitation, calls, commissary, web deposits, as well as victim notifications provided by Vine.
Visitors can also view sex offenders in the Major County area. This information is automatically updated daily from ODIS which shows public information for each offender including picture, name, address, and charges.
The Sheriffs Office staff is often asked about how to reach other local, state, and national offices and resources. The Helpful Links section provides links to resources, contacts, as well as forms and documents to are frequently requested.
"We are excited to work with the Sheriff and Staff to create the website. As a smaller department with big needs, the website will help their staff be more efficient in their efforts. We want to give a big Thank you to City TeleCoin for their help in funding the website for the department." ~ Richelle Anderson
Communicating with the public is now easier, allowing the Sheriffs Office to post press releases, community events, as well as a little history about the department. FYI the Gosso-Whitehead story is an interesting story of horse thieves and how life was in Major County in the early 1900s.
When needed the Sheriff can post alerts that scroll across the top of each page. Since alerts are not always active, visitors are drawn to it when they visit.
One of the Sheriffs goals for the office is to bring more awareness to the need for victim advocacy. With the launch of this program, the website features volunteer forms, information, as well as a place where the victim advocate coordinator can easily post events and updates about the program.
The website also features a most wanted section, crime tips, and staff information for easy reference.
Providing citizens with a website we hope, will better inform them of crime within Major County, as well as provide them with information on how the sheriff�s office is working to serve and protect its citizens. Sheriff Websites was very easy to work with from start to implementation. - Sheriff Darin Reames