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How to Look Up Arrest Records in Oklahoma

Oklahoma arrest records are available for the general public to review. In fact, using either a name search or fingerprints, anyone can get a copy of someone’s entire criminal history or a full background check on them. Although they don’t have a central repository, each law enforcement agency keeps these records and can provide them to requestors. The fingerprint method is more accurate, but name searches can also yield great results as well.

Are Arrest Records public in Oklahoma?

Yes. The state of Oklahoma does allow the general public access to arrest and criminal records. They are made available through various law enforcement agencies upon request. Files can be requested using a name search or fingerprints.

Victims & Offenders by Gender and Race

Offenders by Gender

Victims by Gender

Offenders by Race

White 68%
Black or African American 16%
American Indian or Alaska Native 9%
Unknown 6%
Native Hawaiian 0%
Offenders w/ reported race 3,562

Victims by Race

White 74%
Black or African American 10%
American Indian or Alaska Native 9%
Unknown 7%
Native Hawaiian 0%
Victims w/ reported race 3,765

What Information You Can Find in a state Criminal Report?

What Information You Can Find in Oklahoma Arrest Report?

Along with general information like name, address, phone, race, gender, height, weight, physical description, tattoos, scars, fingerprints and mug shots, you can also see other information on an Oklahoma arrest report. Also included will be details about someone’s arrests, charges, convictions, incarcerations, court appearances, bail, bond, fines, and fees paid. Typically, a report also shows the date of arrest, arresting officer’s name, place of arrest, arresting agency, booking details, and vehicle information if any are related to the charges.

Violent Crime Rates for the last 10 years

The crime rate has decreased over the past decade in Oklahoma, going from 15,564 crimes in 2006 to 15,531 by 20% lower than it was back in 2006. The largest percentage of violent crimes falls into the Aggravated Assault category, with Revised Rape being the least popular crime in the state.

Oklahoma Violent Crime Rate Change

Arrest Laws

Oklahoma Arrest Laws

Oklahoma peace officers can arrest someone with a valid, signed arrest warrant. They can also arrest someone when an offense is committed in their presence. If someone commits a felony while not in the officer's presence, the peace officer may arrest them. If an officer has reasonable cause to believe someone has committed a felony or misdemeanor, they can arrest them at that time too. If an officer thinks someone was driving a car that was involved in an accident and they left the scene, the officer can arrest them.

Who has a Power of Arrest in Oklahoma?

Any authorized peace officer and private citizen may arrest someone in Oklahoma. According to Oklahoma law 21 OK Stat § 21-99 (2014), “The term "peace officer" means any sheriff, police officer, federal law enforcement officer, tribal law enforcement officer, or any other law enforcement officer whose duty it is to enforce and preserve the public peace.” Peace officers also include national park service rangers.

How Long Will an Arrest Report Stay on your State Records?

Arrest records will stay on someone’s criminal report for life if they do not apply to have them removed. If they committed a violent felony, it could not be removed, but they can ask the governor for a pardon. Non-violent felonies and misdemeanors are eligible, but offenders must follow some guidelines first. It may take a few weeks for the process, and they will have to pay between $150-$175 when applying. They will have to wait 2-5 years after completing sentencing before they can proceed with an expungement.

Can you Expunge your Records?

Yes, but not all crimes are eligible. Violent felonies will stay on a person’s record forever. If they do qualify by having an arrest that was never charged or convicted, it will be easier than if they have multiple convictions. Misdemeanors are easier to have removed than felonies. In some cases, all thet can do is wait and then apply for a pardon from the governor.

The Arrest Rate in Oklahoma

Arrest Rate in Oklahoma

For 2017, Oklahoma reported 114,135 arrests in the state. This figure is down 4.2% from the previous year. Of that annual total, 11,202 were juveniles, and 102,933 were adults. Of the adult arrests, 72,823 were male, and 30,110 were female. For the year, 19,498 of the arrest were drug-related. Most of the people arrested were between the ages of 18-24. The race demographics are as follows: 50,697 white males, 22,031 females, 15,301 black males, 4,910 black females and remainder American Indian, Asian and Hawaiian.

State Offender and Victim Age Group Statistics

Most of the violent crime offenders in Oklahoma were 20-29 and the largest percentage of violent crime victims were 20-29.

Offender Age

0-9 0.2%
10-19 14.5%
20-29 26.9%
30-39 17.9%
40-49 9.2%
50-59 6.7%
60-69 1.5%
70-79 0.4%
80-89 0.1%
90-99 0.6%
Unknown 21.9%
Offenders w/ reported age 14,188

Victim Age

0-9 5.1%
10-19 17.2%
20-29 24.4%
30-39 20.0%
40-49 18.6%
50-59 9.3%
60-69 3.6%
70-79 1.4%
80-89 0.3%
90-99 0.1%
Victims w/ reported age 4,677

Crime Victim Demographics

Residence Home is the place where the majority of crimes in Oklahoma were committed, in most of the crime cases the offender was a relationship unknown.

Location Type

Residence Home 3,039
Highway/Alley/Street/Sidewalk 556
Jail/Prison/Corrections Facility 189
Parking Garage/Lot 166
Unknown 117
Convenience Store 91
Restaurant 60
Hotel/Motel 57
Field/Woods 51
Department/Discount Store 44

Victim’s Relationship to the Offender

Relationship Unknown 1,024
Acquaintance 842
Otherwise Known 736
Stranger 703
Boyfriend/Girlfriend 529
Spouse 319
Friend 233
Child 216
Other Family Member 196
Parent 135

State Arrests by Type of Crime

The popular arrests for 2017 in Oklahoma was for All Other Offenses (except traffic) - 23,954, the same popularity of the arrest type was seen in Alabama, Alaska, and Arizona. The least popularity had Gambling arrests - with only 54 crimes a year.

Arrest Type Under 18 All ages Total arrests
Violent Crime Total 479 4,820 5,299
Property Crime Total 2,064 14,352 16,416
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter 16 161 177
Rape 26 179 205
Robbery 138 719 857

Is your State Safer than Oklahoma?

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Oklahoma
Crime rate - 3,804
The crime rate in the last 5 years - up by 20%

5 Safest Counties in the Area

A list of 5 counties in Oklahoma that have the highest arrest rate in 2017

County Crime Rate
Oklahoma County 28.10
Harper County 107.61
Canadian County 112.06
Cleveland County 133.86
Murray County 143.70

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