Members of the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office won awards from the Oklahoma Sheriff's Association.

Sheriff Mike Booth said this is the PCSO's ninth time for a deputy to reserve the Deputy of the Year award during this 11 years in office. This is the seventh time a deputy from the office has been honored as Reserve Deputy of the Year.

“Of the 77 counties in Oklahoma, and in the history of the Oklahoma Sheriff’s Association, Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office has been the only Office to accomplished this,” he said.

“We have received approx 65 Oklahoma Sheriff’s Association awards in the last 11 years.”

In addition to the Deputy and Reserve Deputy of the Year honors, those include:

 • 8 Medal of Valor awards

•  Chaplain of the year

 • Dispatcher of the Year

 • Sheriff of the Year

 • 2- Sheriff’s class Shooting Competition awards

 • 1- Deputy class shooting competition award 

Booth said Pottawatomie County is the most decorated and awarded Sheriff’s Office in the State Of Oklahoma.

“All in all, great accomplishments by the men and women of the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office, that reflect the expertise,professionalism, and dedication of our Office of protecting and serving our citizens,” Booth said.