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Canadian County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Canadian County Public Records?

Canadian County public records include all documents, whether book, paper, photograph, microfilm, data files created by or used with computer software. By the OORA, people may request public records without furnishing any statement of purpose. Exempted records include descriptions of the legislature, computer software data, and non-governmental, personal documents temporarily under the purview of a public body.

Canadian County Crime Statistics

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation publishes annual crime statistical data of various counties and cities as part of the FBI’s nationwide Uniform Crime Reporting Program. The 2018 report indicated an 8.6% rise in the index crime rate in Canadian County. According to reports by local law enforcement agencies, the county's crime rate per 1000 increased from 15.55 in 2017 to 16.89 in the subsequent year. Motor-vehicle thefts jumped 45% in the 12 months, and larceny-theft and offenses of breaking increased by 6.6% and 13.4%, respectively. On the other hand, most violent crimes, including murder, rape, and robbery, recorded only slight changes in frequency with incidents of murder going from 0 reported in 2017 to 2 in 2018, rape from 21 reported incidents to 24 in 2018, while robbery increased 8.3% from 12 reported incidents in 2017 to 13 in 2018. Felonious assault declined by 6.5% to 100 reported incidents in 2018 putting total reported total index crimes at 1,446 offenses in 2018.

Are Canadian County Criminal Records Public?

In keeping with the Open Records Act of Oklahoma, all records kept by the government are public records and are open to inspection or copying by members of the public, unless otherwise stated by any law. Thus, all Canadian criminal records are public records unless specifically exempted by law. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, the division which maintains criminal records for Canadian County, will not release its records to third-parties if the release of this information can affect the outcome of an ongoing investigation.

How to Obtain Canadian County Police Reports and Arrest Records?

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is the custodian of Canadian criminal records. The Bureau processes requests for criminal background checks and records. Similarly, the Canadian County Sheriff's Office serves as the county's primary law enforcement agency, and it maintains and disseminates Canadian criminal records, Canadian County arrest records, and police reports.

The Records Division of the Canadian County Sheriff's office manages records of misdemeanor and felony arrests and details of conviction histories and dispositions of persons residing within county limits. The Division processes requests for Canadian County criminal records for employment and licensing purposes. It also processes arrest records and police reports. To obtain a Canadian county arrest record or police report, applicants may make in-person queries to the Sheriff's office.

For any Canadian arrest request, the applicant may have to provide a current state-issued photo ID along with a payment of requisite fees. For Canadian County criminal records and Canadian County arrest records requests, Requesters can submit completed Request form via email or to:

Canadian County, Sheriff's Office
W Rogers
El Reno, OK 73036
Phone: (405) 422-3187

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Canadian County

The Canadian County Sheriff's Office registers and monitors in-county sex offenders and provides public access to its sex offender information. All data regarding these offenders is available on the Oklahoma Sex & Violent Offender Registry, which features details of offender locations within the state and their compliance status and conviction history based on the Federal and State Offender Level Designation System.

The Sheriff's registry classifies registered offenders as Level 1, 2, and 3, depending on the risk of repeating an offense. Interested persons may search the registry by the first/last name of the offender or by their residence. Available pieces of information include the offender's name, display picture, city of offense, address, charges or convictions, and risk assessment level.

The Department of Corrections also operates an Oklahoma Email Notification System. Canadian County residents can retrieve information regarding newly registered sex offenders in specific locations or notable compliance status changes.

How to Find Canadian County Inmate Records

The County Sheriff’s office manages the Canadian County Detention Center. The sheriff’s office disseminates information regarding the facility as well as its resident detainees. Detainee-specific information is available to the public on the Canadian County Detention Center online repository. People may view inmate status on the online platform and register to receive online notifications regarding an offender’s custody status. Record seekers will find the following information on the Sheriff's inmate lookup search site.

  • Inmate's name
  • Mugshot (if available)
  • Race
  • Sex
  • Address
  • Booking Date
  • Jail Identification Number
  • Charges

People can also get information on jail and inmate-related queries by calling (405) 422-3188. The jail facility is at:

N. Evans
El Reno, OK 73036

How Do I Visit an inmate in Canadian County Jail?

The Canadian County Sheriff's Office provides visiting privileges housed in its detention center located at:

N. Evans
El Reno, OK 73036

People can visit inmates either remotely or at the facility location. Inmates are allowed two visits per day at 20 minutes per visit Visitors will have to schedule their visits 24hours in advance. Visitors are required to dress and conduct themselves appropriately. Underaged visitors are not allowed into the facility unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. People previously incarcerated in this detention center will not be allowed to visit an inmate until six months after their release date.

Court Records

The Canadian county court system consists of one District Court and several Municipal Courts. Listed below are the addresses and contact information of all the eight courthouses in Canadian County, Oklahoma:

Canadian County District Court
Canadian County Judicial Building
North Choctaw Avenue
P.O. Box 730
El Reno, OK 73036
Phone: (405) 295-6100

Calumet Municipal Court
West 2nd Street
P.O. Box 190
Calumet, OK 73014
Phone: (405) 893-2323

El Reno Municipal Court
North Choctaw
El Reno, OK 73036
Phone: (405) 295-9320
Fax: (405) 262-1586

Mustang Municipal Court
North Mustang Road
Mustang, OK 73064
Phone: (405) 376-4521
Fax: (405) 376-7759

Okarche Municipal Court
West Oklahoma Avenue
Okarche, OK 73762
Phone: (405) 263-7290

Piedmont Municipal Court
Edmond Road NW
P.O. Box 488
Piedmont, OK 73078
Phone: (405) 373-5216
Fax: (405) 373-5211

Union City Municipal Court
North Elm Avenue
P.O. Box 36
Union City, OK 73090
Phone: (405) 483-5509

Yukon Municipal Court
West Main Street
Yukon, OK 73099
Phone: (405) 354-4264
Fax: (405) 350-7584

Are Canadian County Court Records Public?

All records kept by the government are public records and are open to inspection or copying by members of the public unless otherwise stated by the statute. By extension, most Canadian County court records are public records save for those specifically restricted by law. An example of these exceptions includes any document that, if released, poses the threat of undermining a person's right to privacy. Most of the county's court records are accessible to requesters online through the Docket Search of the State court network or by contacting the Canadian County Court Clerk’s office.

How to Obtain Canadian County Civil Court Case Records

The office of the Canadian County Court Clerk maintains a variety of Canadian County court records. Records managed by the office include filings and proceedings of cases heard by the county court. People may obtain copies of Canadian County civil court records that have been deemed non-confidential by law by self-serving online using the Court Docket Search Tool or by querying the Clerk's office via mail:

Canadian County Court Clerk
301 N. Choctaw Avenue
P.O. Box 730
El Reno, OK 73036

Most cases before 1994 are unavailable on the Oklahoma Court Docket Search Tool. Requesters may have to contact the county clerk's office for these files. People can mail written requests to the clerk's office stating relevant details of the case, including the defendant’s names, plaintiff, litigant, the case file number of the record, and the date of filing. Applicants will have to send along with their requests a cheque or money order payment of $5 record search fee (plus $1 per page of the document and fifty cents per additional page of the same record). The interested party should also provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope. The Clerk will bill an extra fifty cents should the applicant request for copy certification. Online access requires requesters to furnish the Search Tool with details of the names of the parties involved and the case file number of the requested record, and requesters may have to pay a fee to view or print the document.

How to Obtain Canadian County Criminal Court Records

The office of the Canadian County Court Clerk maintains a variety of locally relevant records. Records managed by the office include filings and proceedings of cases heard by the county court. People may obtain copies of Canadian County criminal court records that have been deemed non-confidential by law, by self-serving online using the Court Docket Search Tool or by querying the Clerk's office via mail to:

Canadian County Court Clerk
301 N. Choctaw Avenue
P.O. Box 730
El Reno, OK 73036

Most cases before 1994 are unavailable on the Court Docket Search Tool. Requesters may have to contact the county clerk's office for these files. People can request records by sending a written request to the clerk's office stating relevant details of the case, including the defendant’s names, plaintiff, litigant, the case file number of the record, and the date of filing. Applicants may have to send along with their requests a cheque or money order payment of a $5 record search fee (plus $1 per page of the document and fifty cents for every extra page of the same record requested). The requesting party should also provide a stamped, self-addressed envelope. The Clerk will charge fifty cents plus copy fees for a certified copy of the record if needed. Online access requires requesters to furnish the Search Tool with details of the names of the parties involved and the case file number of the requested record, and requesters may have to pay a fee to view or print the document.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Canadian County Vital Records?

Canadian county vital records provide information about life events as recorded by the State of Oklahoma. These Canadian County vital records include birth certificates, marriage licenses, death certificates, and divorce records. The Oklahoma State Department of Health is the state's repository of birth and death records. Requests for records of births and deaths in Canadian County can go to the State Department and the Canadian County Clerk of Courts. Some vital records such as birth and death certificates are generally restricted from public view. Therefore, the state and county offices will only process requests made by eligible applicants. Requesters will need to provide a valid means of identification and pay appropriate fees before searching or owning copies of a vital record.

Where and How to Obtain Canadian County Divorce Records

The office of the Canadian County Court Clerk maintains records of divorces granted by the Canadian County Court. Applicants may obtain these records using the Court Docket Search Tool or sending a written request to the Clerk's office via mail. Requesters using the online tool may have to provide details of the divorce, including its date, the names of the former spouses, and the divorce record’s case file number (if known). The requesting party will need to prepare a written note stating the divorce document’s details for mail requests. Requesters may have to accompany their applications by a cheque or money order payment of $5 and a stamped, self-addressed envelope to:

Canadian County Court Clerk
301 N. Choctaw Avenue
P.O. Box 730
El Reno, OK 73036
Phone: (405) 295-6000
Fax: (405) 422-2429

Where and How to Get Public Canadian County Marriage Records

The Marriage License Unit of the Canadian County Court Clerk's office attends to requests for Canadian County marriage records and issues licenses to intending couples in Canadian county. The clerk’s office retains and disseminates records of Canadian County marriage Certificates. To request information, applicants may make in-person or mail queries to the clerk’s office. Applicants may have to provide details of the marriage, including the date and place of the wedding, the spouses’ full names (including maiden names), and the marriage certificate number (if known). Requestors may also have to pay a standard record charge fee and any additional fees if record certification is requested. Applicants can make Canadian County marriage certificates requests to:

Canadian County Court Clerk
N. Choctaw Avenue
P.O. Box 730
El Reno, OK 73036
Phone: (405) 295-6000
Fax: (405) 422-2429

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Canadian County

All marriage records in Canadian County, Oklahoma, are considered public records. The Marriage License Unit of the Canadian County Court Clerk's office issues a license to intending couples in Canadian county. It also processes requests for Canadian County marriage records. The clerk’s office retains and disseminates records of Canadian county marriage certificates. To request records, applicants may make in-person or mail queries to the clerk’s office. Applicants may have to provide details of the marriage, including the date and place of the wedding, the spouses’ full names (including maiden names), and the marriage certificate number (if known). Requestors may also have to pay a standard record charge fee and any additional fees if record certification is requested. An applicant can send marriage record requests to:

Canadian County Court Clerk
N. Choctaw Avenue
P.O. Box 730
El Reno, OK 73036
Phone: (405) 295-6000
Fax: (405) 422-2429

Where and How to Find Canadian County Birth Records

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is responsible for registering every birth in the State of Oklahoma and preserving, amending, and issuing certified copies of those records by state law. The OSDH issues birth records to only eligible requesters. These individuals include the registrant, parent, legal guardian or attorney, adoptive parent, or foster parent. All other third-parties will need to obtain a court order before they can access a birth certificate.

However, Canadian county Birth certificates become open records after 125 years.

People can request a Canadian county birth certificate in person or via mail. Interested parties are required to download, legibly complete, and notarize the Birth Certificate Request Form. They will also need to submit their application form alongside a photocopy of their legal photo ID, full payment of prescribed fees, and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

Vital Records
Oklahoma State Department of Health
NE 10th Street,
P.O. Box 53551
Oklahoma City, OK

Alternatively, the requesting party may obtain copies online or via phone by calling (877) 817-7364. Canadian county birth records cost $15 for the first copy and $15 for each document for Oklahoma residents. Online requests may attract additional charges, and rates vary depending on the requester's location.

Where and How to Find Canadian County Death Records

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) registers, maintains and issues records of every death in Oklahoma. The OSDH issues birth records to only eligible requesters that include:

  • A surviving spouse, parent, child, grandparent, sibling, or legal guardian;
  • A legal representative of the estate of the deceased authorized by competent court order
  • An individual who can establish a familial relationship with the deceased;
  • Funeral director of record or agent to it, working in the capacity of their official business;
  • People with a court order from a court of competent jurisdiction;
  • A person who was a co-owner or a joint tenant on real or personal property of the decedent;
  • A person listed in the decedent’s will;

People can request Canadian county death records in person or via mail. A requester is required to download, legibly complete, and notarize the Death Certificate Request Form. Requesters are required to submit their applications alongside a photocopy of their legal photo ID, full payment of prescribed fees, and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

Vital Records
Oklahoma State Department of Health
NE 10th Street,
P.O. Box 53551
Oklahoma City, OK

Canadian county birth records cost $15 for the first copy and $15 for each additional copy. The requesting party may choose to obtain copies online or via phone by calling (877) 817-7364. In this instance, they may be required to pay additional online fees.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Canadian County?

Canadian County property records are generally accessible to interested people upon request, in keeping with the provisions of the Oklahoma Open Records Act However, applicants may have to pay prescribed fees and meet other requirements for accessing the documents. People can investigate or make copies of Canadian County real estate records by sending a request to the Canadian County Clerk's Office.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Canadian County

The Land Records Department for Canadian County acts as the custodian for property and real estate records. The department lists and maintains land, buildings, and personal property records in the county. People can perform land record searches in person by mail or online. The property records maintained by the County Clerk online are indexed by name beginning January 1, 1987, to January 1, 2000, and by name and legal description from January 1, 2000, to the present.

Images of documents are also available online beginning January 1, 1993. For Complete indexes and documents before January 1, 2000, requesters can visit the County Clerk's Office located as stated below for viewing and copying:

201 North Choctaw Avenue
P.O. Box 458
El Reno, OK 73036
Phone: (405) 295-6130
Fax: (405) 422-2411

The County Clerk's office is accessible to the public weekdays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

How to Look Up Canadian County Property Records

The Canadian CountyLand Records Department provides a searchable database of properties in the county. Users can conduct searches using any of the following criteria:

  • Document Information: people who do not know the filing date of the requested document can search by inputting the document type or year or number, the Book type, number or page, the dates of the transaction, amount paid, or instrument type.
  • Name: Anyone can search for records by adding an asterisk to either the first or last name.
  • Subdivision: this entails searching records through the lot, block, and subdivision details.

Images are also available on the search portal. However, requesters require a login to view images on the Land Records search site. They can contact the Indexing Department in the county clerk’s office by calling any of the numbers below to obtain login details:

Phone: (405) 295-6127
(405) 295-6122
(405) 295-6132

from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)/Government Land Office (GLO) website.

Requesters can also visit or contact the County's Clerk for further inquiries and physical support at:

201 North Choctaw Avenue
P.O. Box 458
El Reno, OK 73036
Phone: (405) 295-6130
Fax: (405) 422-2411

Original government surveys and patents are also available for viewing, downloading, or printing.

Location of Canadian County Township Property Assessors

201 North Choctaw Avenue
El Reno, OK 73036
Phone: (405) 295-6331
Fax: (405) 422-2406