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City of Guymon, Guymon Oklahoma
Garret Helton Police Chief
June 26, 2001
Capt. Garrett Helton of the Guymon Police Department said further information about the incident would have to be released by the OSBI, which is in charge of the investigation.The Guymon Police Department
has two holding cells in which they can detain inmates for up to a 12-hour period before they are transferred to the Texas County Detention Center
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Garrett HeltonChief of Police Chief of Police: Chief Garrett Helton was appointed the Chiefs position on 7-14-03.Chief Helton began his career in law enforcement in 1983 as a patrol officer with the Guymon Police Department.In 1985 Garrett Helton was promoted to patrol Sergeant at which time he was a shift supervisor with in the department.He continued his career advancement 1985 by becoming the lead investigator for the police department and held that position for approximately the next 14 years.In 1996 Garrett Helton was promoted to Lieutenant/administrative assistant at which time he was the supervising officer over the entire Guymon Police Department.
In 2001 Garrett Helton
obtained the rank of Captain/administrative assistant at which time he
was in charge of the day to day operations of the Guymon Police Department
second in command to the Chief of Police.Throughout his 19 plus years of service with the Guymon Police Department Chief Garrett Helton has completed approximately 2000 C.L.E.E.T hours of continuing education.Chief Helton has obtained several CLEET certifications to include Basic and Advanced certification for police officer, CLEET Basic Instructor, and Firearm Instructor certifications.He continually strives to improve the community by being president of the District Attorneys Child Abuse Task Force, and is an active member of the Lions Club.Chief Garrett Helton has worked in and for the City of Guymon for the last 21 years, and continues to serve the community setting the standard for excellence.
amarillo.com | Local News: Around the Panhandle 02/21/04
GUYMON, Okla. - A bomb threat caused Guymon officials to clear the junior high and high school early Friday, Guymon Police Chief Garrett Helton said.
After the bomb threat was called in through the emergency line about 8 a.m., students and personnel were evacuated to safe places while investigators scoured the schools to find any evidence of a bomb, Helton
said.None was found.
Personnel from the Guymon
Police Department, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol
, the Texas County Sheriff's Office
and the district attorney's task force assisted in the search, he
Amarillo Globe-News: US & World News: Guymon PD chief fired 12/04/02
The city manager said Capt. Garrett Helton will run the police department for now.