The Tulsa County Inmate Information Center provides free access to its database to help people search for inmate records and obtain relevant information such as booking photographs, or mugshots, as noted on its website. Access to the database is open to the public, as of 2015.
The Tulsa County Inmate Information Center offers this information to the public to help people work through the county jail and court, as stated on its website. Follow these steps below to find booking photographs and other details for Tulsa County inmates.
- Visit the Tulsa County Inmate Information Center
- Perform a search
- Review results
- View an inmate's information
Go to the website of the Tulsa County Inmate Information Center by using a browser, and click on the "Search Database" link under the "Inmate Search" header.
Enter full or partial names in the first name and last name field. It is possible to search names based on a single letter, such as typing "A" in the "First Name" field. Click the "Process Search" button to perform a search.
The Inmate Information Center displays the last time that the information in the database was updated above the results. The page shows the number of inmates that match the search criteria, with 10 names listed for each page. The different columns on the page are first name, middle name, last name, date of birth, gender and inmate number at the David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center. Click on the link for a specific column to sort inmate names based on that column. For example, to sort the inmates by alphabetical order of their last names, click the "Last" link.
Click the "Details" link next to an inmate's name to view more information, such as the inmate's booking photograph, which can be enlarged by clicking on it. The inmate's physical description and personal information, such as race, hair color, eye color and residential address, is also available on the page. The page also displays the inmate's arrest information, including the arrest date and time, arresting officer, booking date and time and assigned cell. If applicable, prior offenses will be listed on the page, including a description of each offense, its case number, court date, bond type, bond amount and disposition.