Comanche Nation Sex Offender Registry
The Comanche Nation Sex Offender Registry, maintained by the Comanche Nation Police, provides public information on sex offenders required to register pursuant to the Adam Walsh Sex Act 2006.
The Act applies to any person residing, working, or attending school within the state who has been convicted or received any probationary term for a sex crime in the Comanche Nation, or has entered the Comanche Nation, having previously been convicted or received any probationary term for a sex crime.
Under this division the Dispatch Center, Training, and Sex Registry is housed. The department operates an in house 911 center to receive notifications from the tribal community regardless where they live. The centralized center receives fire and police calls and coordinates emergency medical response with the appropriate emergency response centers.
This division investigates and prepares cases for adjudication in the appropriate court. Capt Daly and Sgt Kastner are graduates of the Oklahoma Criminal Investigation Academy and the Federal Law Enforcement Training Investigator Academy. Within the division, a joint collation with surrounding agencies, district attorneys, and task force personnel was established to share information on criminal and drug activity in North Texas and Southwest Oklahoma. This monthly meeting has bought success to tracking and case building on known drug distributors and manufacturers.
Under the direction of Assistant Chief Niedo, the division provides services to the tribal members, business, and court services. Within the patrol division, the structure includes patrol activities, community activities, crime prevention, and K-9 activities over the 63,000 square miles of Indian Country over seven southwest Oklahoma Counties. This vast expanse extends from Anadarko to the Red River boarder and Jackson County to Stevens County.
K-9 Officers Kennedy and Parks are National and State Certified K-9 handlers who support all surrounding state, local, and other tribal agencies with tracking and drug detection activities.
The department has Weapon Instructors who provide weapon safety training to the department and other police agencies. This training includes lethal and non-lethal weapons, Taser Certifications, Pepper Ball, Chemical, and Baton. Use of Force, Custody and Control, and Active Shooter response trainings are significant to protection of our tribal community.
The department has specialized trained officers such as Narcotics Officers who are Clan Lab
Certified to disassemble meth labs, operate in hazardous to process, and collect evidence
for the adjudication of meth manufactures and distributors in Indian Country.