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About Oklahoma Open Public Record

The Oklahoma Open Records Act is the law enabling public access to the records of state government agencies. Contained within the law are any exemptions which may apply. Each agency in the state is responsible for the records of their particular agency and for compliance to the open records law. Requests for records, documents, and information should be addressed to the individual agency which produces and maintains the specific information. Oklahoma is nicknamed the 'Sooner State' and was granted statehood on November 16, 1907, the 46th state to join the union. Oklahoma boasts a population of approximately 3.8 million residents, the most populous city being Oklahoma City, which is also the state capital. There are 77 counties within the state, each with it's own local government. Oklahoma is split into five congressional districts resulting in five delegates to the U.S. House of Representatives. The state government is the largest employer in the state, followed by jobs in education, business and manufacturing The largest airline maintenance base in the world is located in Tulsa. Criminal history background checks should be initiated through the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. Search Oklahoma public records using the most up to date resource available. Find recorded information from all levels of Oklahoma state, county and city services. Explore useful links to vital statistics, court and criminal records. See Oklahoma crime statistics and read current news and crime reports. Discover the states' census data, employment, educational background of it's citizens. Find current real estate data, land and property values. Access this directory for instant information on finding open public records and current services. Resources are added on a regular basis to bring you the most recent up to date information.
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Oklahoma Free Public Records Directory


Departments which record, maintain and provide official documents, certificates or information requested by the general public.

Oklahoma Free Court Records Search


Recent court criminal actions, civil lawsuits and bankruptcy filings.

Ask Questions, About Oklahoma

  • How do I find out about a criminal charge filed against someone in 2001 in Oklahoma?
    You can check court records. Many don't bother checking court records since charges don't always end up in a trial. A thorough investigation would include looking up sources that are randomly reliable. Another is arrest reports, but the department which provides it will have a policy as to who can request them, if you're not connected to the case, you may not be able to obtain them with a simple public request. Criminal complaints are filed by the DA's office of jurisdiction. Case files are generally public record unless sealed by the judge. Oklahoma allows case searches online which is worth checking into. Filings can be found by case number or name. Click on [Oklahoma Court Records] in the menu above and you will land on its search form. (Staff)
  • Where can I have access to a copy of the murder case on my father in Oklahoma?
    Court cases can be retrieved from the court where the filing occurred. Oklahoma courts network offers a case search that is open to the public. You can link to this search by clicking on "Oklahoma Court Records" under "Oklahoma Free Public Records Directory". (Staff)
  • How do I find out if a personal injury wreak has been settled in Oklahoma and how much the settlement was for?
    Case files are public and should be available for retrieval from the county where the case was heard. You may need to go to the county where the case was filed to view or retrieve the case. (Staff)
  • How do I find name changes in Oklahoma?
    Name change petitions are filed with county district courts, similar to filing lawsuits. Court records are available for retrieval from court clerks throughout the state. (Staff)
  • How do I find out if someone I know has an open warrant in Oklahoma?
    There are law enforcement departments (such as the Oklahoma County Sheriffs, or city of Tulsa police and others) which put their warrant searches online, within their website. Therefore, it depends on the county whether you can easily access them online. A preliminary search of all law enforcement warrant searches available online is worth the time as there is no charge and they're openly available to the public. (Staff)