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28 E. Washington  •  P.O. Box 578
McAlester, OK 74502
Ph: (918) 423-9300

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Criminal Investigations

The Criminal Investigation Division is responsible for the further investigation and prosecution of all felonies, thefts, frauds, burglaries, check cases, aggravated assaults, and other such misdemeanors that require further investigation by a patrol officer.

If you have questions concerning a case that is currently being investigated by the division, you can contact the McAlester Police Department, Criminal Investigations Division at (918) 421-4917 between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Please have your case number available. If you know the investigator assigned to your case, you can contact him or her directly at the same number or by email:
 
    

Captain Don Hass Capt. Don Hass picture
 Captain Don Hass was employed with the McAlester Police Department in 1976 as a dispatcher
 and later hired as a patrol officer. He later transferred to the Narcotics Division. He became sheriff
in Pittsburg County from 1988 to 1995. In 1995 he came back as a patrol officer with the McAlester
Police Department and was promoted through the ranks to captain.

 


   

Narcotics
McAlester Police Department Narcotics Unit
The Narcotics Unit is responsible for collecting, archiving, and disseminating narcotics-related intelligence for successful investigations and prosecutions. The goal is to reduce all criminal activity by effectively investigating, combating, and interdicting the importation of illegal drugs into McAlester; thus enhancing the quality of life for the citizens in our community. This is accomplished by developing informant networks, working undercover, conducting surveillance, processing criminal intelligence data, arresting drug dealers, and buyers who engage in illegal drug transactions.

The McAlester Police Department works closely with other law enforcement agencies within Pittsburg County including the Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Office and the Pittsburg County District Attorney’s Office, as well as their counterparts on the state and federal level.