Progressive Lighthorse Police Department

Jason O'Neal

The Lighthorse Police Department has a historical name ... and it has all the modern tools of law enforcement. In-car computers link officers directly to dispatch and database centers. Further, the Lighthorse officers can tap into state, federal and FBI records and coordinate backup if needed.

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Lighthorse Police Dispatch Service

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The Lighthorse Police Department has its own dispatch service that gets help on the way twenty-four hours a day.

Lighthorse Police: Jeremy Spradlin and K9 Unit

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Kaya, Officer Spradlin's German Shepherd/Belgian Malinois mix, is his most valuable tool on the job.

The Lighthorse Police Standard

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The Lighthorse Police Department is extremely selective when it comes to hiring new officers.

Lighthorse Police: SWAT Team

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The Lighthorse Police Department's SWAT Team handles the dangerous and the difficult ... and they do it with advanced military-style training.

Citizen Calls to the Lighthorse Police

Jason O'Neal
The Lighthorse Police Department is the primary responder for crimes and issues that occur on Indian properties and allotments.

High Standards for the Lighthorse Police

Jason O'Neal, Former Lighthorse Police Chief
The Lighthorse Police Department of the Chickasaw Nation prides itself on its highly trained officers.

A Compact Establishes Lighthorse Police

Jason O'Neal
Prior to 2004, law enforcement on Chickasaw land had been federally funded through the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

A Police Force is Named

Jason O'Neal
A few tribes in the Oklahoma Territory use the term "lighthorsemen" for their law enforcement divisions.