Perry Police Department
312 North 8th St.
(580) 336 - 4422
The Mission of the Department is
viewed as a partnership drawn on the premise that our product, law
enforcement, is one service to all citizens with special focus
toward solving real and perceived problems within the community.
Authorized 17 officers, due to budget
cuts, department has 13 officers: Consists of Chief,
2 Detectives, 3 Patrol Sergeants, 8 patrol officers.
1 Administrative Assistant/E-911 Coordinator
4 full time E-911 communications officers and 1 part time
1 full time animal control officer and 1 part time animal
1 part time Code enforcement officer
Chief Brian Thomas
Brian Thomas was named Chief of Police in April of 2009.
Chief Brian K. Thomas started his law enforcement career in 1993 as
a reserve deputy with the Tillman County Sheriff's Office. In 1997
he became a full time officer with the Frederick Police Department.
In 1999 he wanted to return closer to his hometown of Stillwater and
was hired by the Noble County Sheriff's Office. Brian worked as a
deputy until 2004 when he was appointed as Undersheriff for Noble
County. September 1, 2006 Brian was offered the Assistant Chief of
Police position with the Perry Police Department. Brian has more
than 1300 hours of continuing law enforcement training and is a
Cleet instructor and has obtained his Advanced Law Enforcement
Certification. Brian is a member of the Perry Country Club, Rotary
The Chamber of Commerce. Brian's interest are playing golf and
spending time with his family.