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Community Involvement

OSU-Tulsa Police’s department is dedicated to serving not only our university, but also our community. Our campus location near downtown Tulsa lends itself to the sharing of our resources and involvement in the community in which we work. Our staff is active in community outreach programs, events and activities.



Chief Murdock with Holocaust survivor Elaine Geller at the Tools for Tolerance Seminar in California.Chief Murdock gives visiting students a tour of the OSU-Tulsa police office.Sgt. Montie Burchett during a 2011 snow storm.

Officer David Pillars, Officer Pat Law and Sgt. Montie Burchett with Pistol Pete at Cops on Doughnut Shops benefitting the Special Olympics.The OSU-Tulsa Police Department receiving an OSU Pride Works award in recognition for the Department's certification through the Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police.Officer David Pillars speaks with children during the annual Cops on Doughnut Shops fundraiser

Officer David Pillars visits with bikers at the Salvation Army's annual Motorcycle Toy RunOSU-Tulsa hosts Oklahoma's annual Buckledown AwardsChief Melvin Murdock speaks to students during Career Day at Central High School