Browse Oklahoma Police Arrest Records Directory
By decree of the Oklahoma Open Records act, Oklahoma keeps all their criminal records online and makes them easily accessible to the public for searches. You can quickly search with just a name, but it is better to have the social security number or birthdate to narrow down the results. You can search for free right now on policearrests.com.
Oklahoma Arrest Records and WarrantsIf you want to know if someone got into trouble in Oklahoma, you can do so easily with a quick name search. You will find out if they have ever been arrested and if there are outstanding warrants in their name. It’s useful information to have on someone you don’t know well.
Performing a Background CheckThere are so many reasons why you might want to check up on someone’s past criminal history; before going on a blind date, trusting someone to watch your house while you are away or care for your kids. With just a few quick keystrokes you can find out all about their criminal history along with their driving record, employment history, lawsuits, marriages, and divorces. You can paint a very clear picture with all the information you glean from doing a simple background check.
Criminal Records SearchOklahoma’s State Bureau of Investigation compiles and maintains the massive database of criminal information that is available to the public. They keep it online so it’s easy to access and find out if someone is a sex offender, DUI abuser, or drug dealer along with more serious violent crimes.
Prison and Inmate Records in OklahomaOklahoma’s Department of Corrections is responsible for maintaining all the prison and inmate date for the state. You can perform a quick name lookup to find out if someone is doing time in Oklahoma. In your results, you will see their name, photo, gender, race, height, weight, hair and eye color along with their offense, sentence and when they will be released.
Oklahoma Crime Rate
Total reported incidents in Oklahoma in 2016 increased by 7.64% compared to 2015 and is higher than national average of 3,311.69 per 100,000 people. Violent crimes increased from 14,188 to 15,347 while non-violent crime increased by 7.55% from 92,356 to 99,333.
5 Crimes In Oklahoma 2016 with most arrests
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Counties in Oklahoma with the Highest Crime Rate
Among the 67 counties the most dangerous is the Tulsa county with 241 violent crimes that’s 1.57% of the total of 15,347. Adair County has the highest number of records per 100,000 residents that is below the state average of 543 and lower than national average of 469.
Safest Cities in Oklahoma
Are you planning a move to Oklahoma? Here are the safest cities in Oklahoma with the lowest crime rates. You chance of being a victim of a violent crime in Oklahoma is 1 out of 184. The lowest rate of violent crime is in Fairview and safest city to encounter a property crime is Kingston.
Violent Crimes rates in OK increased by 8.17% from 2015 and increased by 2.81% in the last 5 years since 2011 from 14,927 to 15,347. In 2016 violent crimes in OK was 15.79% lower than the national rate. Your chances of being a victim of violent crimes in Oklahoma is 0.543%.
Property crime rate in Oklahoma increased by 7.55% from 2015 and decreased by 7.63% in the last 5 years since 2011 from 107,543 to 99,333. In 2016 property crimes in OK was 23.74% lower than the national average. Your chances of being a victim of a property crime is 3.517%.
How Oklahoma stands up against other states
Oklahoma vs. Oregon
You’ll be in more danger in Oklahoma compared to Oregon. Oregon had an 3.58% lower crime rate than Oklahoma. Connecticut scored the lowest with a 44.05% lower crime rate according to the FBI. Robbery rates of 107 per 100,000 people is lower than national of 136 per 100,000 people and higher than average 78 in Oregon. Motor Vehicle Theft rates of 363 per 100,000 people is higher than national of 286 per 100,000 people and lower than average 393 in Oregon.
Oklahoma vs. Connecticut
You’ll be in more danger in Oklahoma compared to Connecticut. Connecticut had an 44.05% lower crime rate than Oklahoma. Kentucky scored the lowest with a 6.33% lower crime rate according to the FBI. Rape rates of 0 per 100,000 people is lower than national of 2 per 100,000 people and lower than average 0 in Connecticut. Larceny rates of 2,330 per 100,000 people is higher than national of 2,054 per 100,000 people and higher than average 1,481 in Connecticut.
Names with the most arrests in Oklahoma
Crime rate by age group, gender, and race
The most crimes, that's 30.84% of all records in state are committed by the people aged between 31-40. Felonies are committed more by men. Misdemeanor records are popular among asian or pacific islander population of the state.
DID you know?
- The overall crime rate in Oklahoma is 0.14% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 11.12 daily crimes that occur in Oklahoma.
- Oklahoma is riskier than Oregon.
- In Oklahoma you have a 1 in 25 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- Year over year crimes in Oklahoma have increased by 7.64%.