How do you look up offenders in Oklahoma?


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The Oklahoma Department of Corrections provides a search tool for offenders incarcerated within the Oklahoma DOC. The site also features a list of sex offenders and violent offenders in the city. The Victim Information and Notification Everyday site also allows victims to obtain reliable information about Oklahoma offenders.

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To look up offenders in Oklahoma using the state's DOC site, visit Ok.gov, click Lookup Offenders, and then click Offender Lookup under Offenders on the main menu. The lookup tool requires either the ODOC number or the last name of the offender.

The tool displays the names of the offenders matching the inputted details. Available information includes the offender's name, appearance, previous and current charges, and release information. The booking photo of the offender is also available on the site. You can also search by appearance, offense, facility, alias and IDs.

The ODOC provides a roster of violent and sex offenders with previous or current charges in Oklahoma. Click Sex Offender or Violent Offender Lookup under Offenders on the main menu. The site offers lookup tools for both types of offenders, though the ODOC has a list of active offenders available to the public. Both rosters include an offender's DOC number, appearance, type of offense and address. You must read and agree to the website's terms and caveats before you can access the roster for sex and violent offenders.

Victims of offenders in Oklahoma may also search for and obtain information about their offenders through the Victim Information and Notification Everyday link. The Oklahoma VINE link provides timely information about an offender, such as parole and probation status and release date.

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