Sex Offender Registry
The Oklahoma Sex Offender Registry provides public information on only registered aggravated and habitual sex offenders.
The Oklahoma Sex Offender Registry provides information to the public and law enforcement in the interest of public safety. It is intended to alert the public to known offenders and provide resources to better protect you, your families, and your community. Take the time to review the information within this site and various links to other sites to become better informed and better protected.
Please note that this information identifies only 'known' offenders. The absence of any identified offenders in your area does not imply there are no potential threats. Utilize the many resources contained in this registry, as well as those available by law, to fully understand any potential danger, identify resources available to you, and what you can do to protect yourself.
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections periodically updates the registry to provide the most complete and accurate information. Through regular correspondence and cooperation with various local law enforcement, information is validated to ensure its validity and timeliness. However, information changes quickly. Reliance on any information provided herein is at the user's sole risk. The Oklahoma Sheriffs Association shall not be responsible for any use or reliance on information provided or the lack of any information present resulting in injury or damage of any kind.
Terms that are used throughout the site are defined below.
Aggravated Sex Offender
57 O.S. 584 provides that certain sex offenders are designated by the Department of Corrections as aggravated sex offenders. An aggravated sex offender is any offender who on or after November 1, 1999 is convicted or receives a suspended sentence or any probationary term for the crimes of Abuse or Neglect of Child/Child Beating (when sexual abuse or exploitation is involved), Incest, Forcible Sodomy, Rape in the First Degree, Rape in the Second Degree, Rape by Instrumentation, Lewd or Indecent Proposals or Acts to a Child Under 16, Sexual Battery of a Person Over 16, or any attempt to commit these crimes.
The designation as an aggravated sex offender is in addition to the registration requirements of the Sex Offenders Registration Act. The aggravated designation will be for the lifetime of the aggravated sex offender. The registration file of an offender designated as aggravated will be flagged to indicate such designation. After an offender is designated as aggravated, the local law enforcement agency having jurisdiction over the offenders residence will be notified by the Sex Offender Registry Unit.
Habitual Sex Offender
57 O.S. 584 provides that certain sex offenders be designated by the Department of Corrections as habitual sex offenders. A sex offender is considered habitual:
1. Upon their second conviction or suspended sentence or probationary term for any of the crimes subject to sex offender registration, or
2. Any person who has been convicted of or received a suspended sentence or any probationary term for any crime subject to sex offender registration and who enters this state after November 1, 1997, and who has been convicted of an additional crime or attempted crime which, if committed or attempted in this state, would be a crime or an attempt to commit a crime subject to sex offender registration. The designation as a habitual sex offender is in addition to the registration requirements of the Sex Offenders Registration Act. The habitual designation will be for the lifetime of the habitual sex offender. The registration file of an offender designated as habitual will be flagged to indicate such designation. After an offender is designated as habitual, the local law enforcement agency having jurisdiction over the offenders residence will be notified by the Sex Offender Registry Unit.