Training Division

Lt. Brad Davis is in charge of the Training Division and he is supported by two Sergeants. The Training Division is responsible for all training of the department to include monthly In-Service training as well as special training for members of the department and the coordination of outside Agencies needing specific training. The Division frequently provides training for the Lawton Public Schools, Cameron University, and other local Agencies. You may contact the Training Division at (580) 581-3399.

The Training Division is also where you will find the Community Oriented Policing Section. If you would like an Officer to come speak with your group or organization, or if you would like to start a Neighborhood Watch program, this is where you would start.

The Lawton Police Department is now accepting applications at this time.
Please visit our Employment Opportunities Page for details and prerequisites of becoming a Lawton Police Officer.


Lieutenant Brad Davis has been with the department since July 2001. He has served time in Patrol, Detectives and Special Operations.

Lt. Davis is also a valued Instructor during our Academies, helping with the PT training each day. Lt. Davis is also a Self Defense Instructor and a Firearms Instructor.

Lieutenant Davis can be reached at (580) 581-3399 or



The training building houses two specialized pieces of training equipment. The first is the MILO System from IES Interactive Training, which is a firearms training simulator. The simulator allows officers to participate in real-life scenerios concerning use-of-force. The MILO system allows the student to work through a situation and decide the correct course of action throughout the use-of-force continuum. The second simulator is from L3 DPA (L3 Communications) and is their PatrolSim Driving Simulator. Training on this simulator allows students to be instructed on correct emergency driving proceedures while in the classroom, training that possibly could not be done on the street.

Sergeant Michael Spencer is in charge of the departments Police Academy. He coordinates all the instructors and schedules the 20 week long Academy. Sgt. Spencer is also responsible for the 16 week Field Training Officer Program that immediately follows the Academy. E-Mail:

Sergeant Mark Foreman is the Range Master for the Department. He coordinates all training related to firearms, is responsible for controlling and upkeep of the firearms range. E-mail:

Sergeant Richard Wallace is the training coordinator.. He coordinates all training for in-service training as well as specialized schools. E-Mail: