UPDATE FOR OFFICE: AS OF, 01-14-2022, IF YOU NEED A REPORT, PLEASE CALL COMM CENTER 580-924-3737 OPTION 4, FOR A DEPUTY TO COME TO WHERE YOU ARE. OUR OFFICE IS OPEN, BUT WE ARE ASKING FOR MINIMAL FACE TO FACE CONTACT AND MASKS ARE REQUIRED IF YOU MUST COME FOR A WALK IN REPORT. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING, AS WE ALL TRY AND FIGHT THIS.
9/27/2021 - Memorial for fallen officers all across the country, held in Washington DC. It is with honor, that we have 2 deputies, this year accompanying the family of fallen Deputy, Jarid Taylor. Not only is this an example to these young men the dangers they and all face in this line of work, but they will also share in the camaraderie this line offers as they continue the fight in public safety. We thank our deputies today, and during their travels for taking time to represent our county and our fallen.
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Bryan County Sheriff's Office is led by Sheriff Johnny Christian. The staff and deputies patrol roughly 944 square miles. Bryan County, established in 1907, is in Southeast Oklahoma neighboring counties include Atoka, Choctaw, Marshall, Johnston in Oklahoma, as well as Lamar, Fannin, and Grayson counties in Texas.
The county's coverage area includes the following towns: Durant (county seat), Armstrong, Bennington, Colbert, Kenefic, Silo, Brown, Cobb, Romia, and surrounding areas. Working with adjacent area law enforcement, state, and national law enforcement agencies the Bryan County Sheriff's Office strive to be hardworking, honest, and accountable to the people of Bryan County.