Instant Access to Oklahoma State, County and Municipal Records
Oklahoma Public Records
The mission of Oklahoma State Records is to provide every person the right to detect, obtain, preview and examine public records, ensuring residents of the state of Oklahoma are provided access in accordance with the Oklahoma Open Records Law, which rules in favor of public access to state records.
The main goal is to enable all members of the general public the right to access Oklahoma state public records easily, efficiently and concisely, without the requester having to specify a “need to know,” unless expressly stated otherwise.
Oklahoma State Records provides information about the following subjects: criminal records, court records, and vital records, including over 35 million public records.
Oklahoma public records have been gathered since the year of 1889 and include the information from 77 counties, thereby ensuring Oklahoma abides by the commitment of the United States of America to remain a fair and just society for all. To strengthen this ideal, these records are are increasingly available online thanks to the digitization of public records, allowing them to be available through both governmental and third party websites.