Oklahoma Criminal Records
Your Oklahoma state guide to courts, police, jails, crime data, records, and more.
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With 3,749,005 residents as of 2012, Oklahoma is number 28 in the country by population and number 19 by land size, occupying 68,595 square miles.
Oklahoma Criminal Records Search
You can feel confident and secure when conducting a criminal records search . The results may include court records, business records, arrest records and more. We have a vast nationwide database - the records you search for may include Oklahoma state and county records and any other geographic location the person has lived or worked.
Oklahoma Violent Crime Rate
There were 9,528 violent crimes in Oklahoma during 2012. The Oklahoma violent crime rate of 254.15 (per 100,000 residents) was higher than the national average of 245.87. Violent crime is defined as a crime in which the offender uses or threatens to use violent force upon the victim.
Oklahoma Burglary Rate
In 2012, there were 18,233 burglaries in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma burglary rate of 486.34 (per 100,000 residents) was higher than the national average of 379.68. Burglary (breaking or entering) is defined as the unlawful entry of a structure to commit a felony or a theft. Attempted forcible entry is included.
Being involved in an investigative process and not having anonymity is a direct deterrent to having people provide important information about criminal activity. Crime Stoppers programs provide this anonymity, allowing community members to provide helpful information. We have an alphabetical listing of Crime Stoppers programs in Oklahoma.
|Crime Stoppers Of Bartlesville / Washington County||Bartlesville||(918) 336-2583|
|Crime Stoppers Of Moore, Inc.||Moore||405-793-5160|
|Crimestoppers/Drugbusters Of Southwest Oklahoma||Lawton||(580) 355-4636|
|Cushing Crime Stoppers||Cushing||(918) 225-1212|
|Garfield County Crime Stoppers||Enid||(580) 233-6233|
|Mustang Crime Stoppers||Mustang||405-376-0000|
|Oklahoma State Crime Stoppers||Bartlesville||800-635-8477|
|Pittsburg County Crime Stoppers||Mcalester||866-970-8477|
|Stephens County Crime Stoppers||Duncan||(580) 252-4636|
|Tulsa Crime Stoppers||Tulsa||918-596-2677|
There is a distinction between "jails" and "prisons." Jail are operated locally, by cities and counties. Being primarily short term facilities, jails will hold inmates sentenced to terms of one year or less, and they are typically misdemeanants. Jails will also hold inmates awaiting trial on the local level. Prisons, on the other hand, are long term facilities run by federal or state governments (and often private companies). Prisons house convicted felons and inmates serving a term of more than one year. Below is a list of the 10 largest jails, by average inmate population, in Oklahoma.
Average Inmate Population
|Lawton||COMANCHE COUNTY JAIL||250|
|Tulsa||DAVID L MOSS CRIMINAL JUSTICE CENTER- C.C.A.||1,317|
|Enid||GARFIELD COUNTY JAIL||180|
|Chickasha||GRADY COUNTY JAIL||324|
|Altus||JACKSON COUNTY JAIL||165|
|Muskogee||MUSKOGEE COUNTY/CITY DETENTION CENTER||218|
|Okmulgee||OKMULGEE COUNTY JAIL||140|
|Miami||OTTAWA COUNTY JAIL||129|
|Shawnee||POTTAWATOMIE CO PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER TRUST||177|
|Claremore||ROGERS COUNTY JAIL||180|