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Oklahoma Inmate Records

Oklahoma inmate records are documents containing information about offenders held in correctional centers, state penitentiaries, and county jails across the state. Persons who obtain these documents can expect to see the inmate's biodata, identification number, offense details, as well as the location of the housing correctional facility. This information is available for public access per the Oklahoma Open Records Act.

Inmate records are considered public in the United States and therefore are made available by both traditional governmental agencies as well as third-party websites and organizations. Third-party websites may offer an easier search, as these services do not face geographical limitations. However, because third-party sites are not government-sponsored, the information obtained through them may vary from official channels. To find inmate records using third-party aggregate sites, requesting parties must provide:

  • The location of the sought-after record, including state, county, and city where the inmate resides.
  • The name of the person listed in the record, unless it is a juvenile.

Facilities Operated by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections (ODOC) is tasked with the administration of the state's prison system. It is responsible for the management and security of over 24 state prisons, including community correction centers, private prisons, and a state penitentiary.

The Department of Correction
3400 Martin Luther King Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK
Phone: (405) 425-2695

Charles E. "Bill" Johnson Correctional Center
1856 East Flynn Street
Alva, OK 73717-3005
(580) 327-8000
Fax: (580) 327-8018

Clara Waters Community Corrections Center
9901 N I-35 Service Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73131-5228
(405) 254-3200

Dick Conner Correctional Center
129 Conner Road
Hominy, OK 74035-0220

Dr. Eddie Warrior Correctional Center
400 Oak Street
Taft, OK 74463-0315
Phone: (918) 683-8365

Enid Community Corrections Center
2020 East Maine Avenue
Enid, OK 73701-6445
Phone: (580) 977-3800
Fax: (580) 977-3834

Howard McLeod Correctional Center
19603 East Whippoorwill Lane
Atoka, OK 74525-8415
Phone: (580) 889-6651
Fax: (580) 889-2264

Jackie Brannon Correctional Center
900 North West Street
McAlester, OK 74502-1999
Phone: (918) 421-3339
Fax: (918) 426-0004

James Crabtree Correctional Center
216 North Murray Street
Helena, OK 73741-1017
Phone: (580) 852-3221
Fax: (580) 852-3104

Jess Dunn Correctional Center
601 South 124th Street West
Taft, OK 74463-0316
Phone: (918) 682-7841
Fax: (918) 682-4372

Jim E. Hamilton Correctional Center
53468 Mineral Springs Road
Hodgen, OK 74939-3064
Phone: (918) 653-7831
Fax: (918) 653-7813

John H. Lilley Correctional Center
407971 Highway 62E.
Boley, OK 74829
Phone: (918) 667-3381
Fax: (918) 667-3959

Joseph Harp Correctional Center
Physical Address
16161 Moffat Road
Lexington, OK 73051-0548
Phone: (405) 527-5593
Fax: (405) 527-4841

Kate Barnard Correctional Center
3300 Martin Luther King Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
Phone: (405) 425-2900
Fax: (405) 425-2911

Lawton Community Corrections Center
605 Southwest Coombs Road
Lawton, OK 73501-8294
Phone: (580) 248-6703
Fax: (580) 355-1081

Lexington Assessment and Reception Center
15151 State Highway 39
Lexington, OK 73051
Phone: (405) 527-5676
Fax: Main: (405) 527-9892

Mabel Bassett Correctional Center
29501 Kickapoo Road
McLoud, OK 74851-8339
Phone: (405) 964-3020
Fax: (405) 964-3014

Mack Alford Correctional Center
1151 North Highway 69
Stringtown, OK 74569-0220
Phone: (580) 346-7301
Fax: (580) 346-7214

Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center
442586 East 250 Road
Vinita, OK 74301
Phone: (918) 256-3392, (918) 256-4422
Fax: (918) 256-2108

North Fork Correctional Center
1605 East Main
Sayre, OK 73662
Phone: (580) 928-8000
Fax: (580) 928-8099

Oklahoma State Penitentiary
1301 North West Street
McAlester, OK 74502-0097
Phone: (918) 423-4700
Fax: (918) 423-3862

Oklahoma State Reformatory
1700 East First Street
Granite, OK 73547-0514
Phone: (580) 480-3700

Oklahoma City Community Corrections Center
315 West I-44 Service Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73118-7634
Phone: (405) 463-7800
Fax: (405) 463-7848

Union City Community Corrections Center
700 North Highway 81
Union City, OK 73090
Phone: (405) 483-5900

William S. Key Correctional Center
3946 US Highway 270
Fort Supply, OK 73841-9718
Phone: (580) 766-2224
Fax: (580) 766-2908

How to Send Money to an Inmate in Oklahoma Prison and Jail

The ODOC lays out the guidelines for sending money to individuals incarcerated in Oklahoma prisons. Interested persons may send money to a person in prison in five ways:

  • Online deposit using JPay
  • JPay's mobile app
  • Calling a JPay live agent
  • Sending cash through MoneyGram
  • Mailing a money order through JPay

Friends and family can send money online using a debit or credit card to an inmate using JPay's website or downloading JPay's free mobile app for Android and iPhone. Parties can also make deposits by calling JPay's toll-free number (800) 574-5729 and speaking with a live agent. Alternatively, parties interested in funding an inmate's account using cash can do so using MoneyGram. Senders should fill out the blue ExpressPayment service form and include the inmate's ID, full name, facility, sender's name, and the receive code 6365. Payments are made out to the inmate's facility by the next business day. There are thousands of MoneyGram agent locations across the United States; senders can locate one closest to them using the MoneyGram locator. Lastly, interested parties can send a money order. Download and fill out the Money Order Deposit form and mail it to JPay at:

3450 Lakeside Drive, Suite 100
P.O. Box 278320
Miramar, FL 33027

Besides proving their name and contact information, senders must also include the inmate's full name and the 7 digit DOC number to ensure the inmate receives the funds. Note that there are fees associated with money transfers.

Oklahoma county and city jails have different rules on funding inmates' accounts. Visit the local law enforcement's official website in person during business hours or call the sheriff's office or police department for instructions on sending money to someone in jail. Generally, the acceptable methods of funding inmate's accounts in Oklahoma jails include:

  • Cash or money order deposited at the detention facility
  • Online transfer using a payment service provider
  • Card or cash deposit through a kiosk located in jail lobbies

How to Visit an Inmate in Oklahoma Prison and Jail

The ODOC has a standard visitation policy, and the visitors who go contrary to these rules face sanctions for conduct violations. For starters, it is essential to know the current location where an inmate is incarcerated before visiting. Interested persons may use the OK prison lookup tool to find a person in jail or prison and the facility locator map to get the physical location and contact information of the facility.

Next, the intending visitor must complete a visitor's request form and wait for approval. Upon approval, the individual may schedule a visit to the facility where the inmate is serving time. Generally, prison visits are scheduled by phone call or email, during which the individual informs the jail administrator of the intended date of visitation and confirms the facility's visitation status.

Only approved adult visitors are permitted to visit inmates. Visitors under 18 are also allowed to visit inmates, provided they are accompanied by an approved adult visitor, parent, or legal guardian. Meanwhile, all approved visitors must present a valid, government-issued photo ID, such as a passport, military card, or driver's license, during visits. Likewise, minors must provide documentation to prove their identity, such as a birth certificate.

How to Perform an Oklahoma Prison Inmate Search

Oklahoma prisons are controlled by the state and are intended to hold persons sentenced to more than one year in prison. The ODOC is in charge of inmate records held in state prisons, and it has data on inmate records on its website, which is available to the public. Parties interested in locating an individual incarcerated in any state-owned prisons and facilities can access inmate records using the OK inmate search tool. This tool lets searchers do a free inmate search by name, birth date, or the identification number of an adult inmate. Juvenile inmate records in Oklahoma are confidential; the content is not available for public inspection. Meanwhile, the ODOC also has an online web setup for obtaining closed records. Interested parties can only search for records with this service using a known DOC number.

How to Perform an Oklahoma County Jail Inmate Search

Oklahoma jails remand individuals sentenced to less than one year in a county or city jail. County jails are managed by the sheriff's office, while the local police department runs the city jails. These local law enforcement agencies are in charge of inmate records, and interested persons may perform a free inmate search by name by looking up the online jail roster or inmate list.

The Difference between Oklahoma State Prisons and County Jail

The number of state prisons in Oklahoma is 24, which are all operated by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (DOC). There are also 93 county jails in Oklahoma.

The DOC is responsible for the custody and care of inmates in state prisons, as well as those on probation or parole. The DOC also manages offenders who have been sentenced to prison, but are awaiting transfer to a state facility.

The average daily population in Oklahoma state prisons is 26,363. The average length of stay for prisoners is 3 years and 4 months. Inmates in Oklahoma state prisons are housed in a variety of facilities, including maximum security, medium security, minimum security, and community correctional centers.

Community correctional centers (CCCs) provide housing and programming for low-risk offenders who are nearing release. CCCs are typically located near the offender's community of residence, which facilitates employment opportunities and family visitation. Inmates in Oklahoma county jails are typically awaiting trial or serving sentences of one year or less. The average daily population in county jails is 4,443.

How to Find an Inmate Release Date

Persons who wish to know an inmate's release date may perform a free inmate search using the Oklahoma prison lookup tool. However, the exact release date may be unavailable under certain circumstances, such as when releasing the date puts the inmate in danger. In such cases, only the inmate's immediate family members, crime victims, attorneys, and authorized law enforcement officials, will have access to the inmate's exact release date. Other persons will only have access to the month and year of release.

Oklahoma State Archives

State Archives

Search Includes

  • Arrests & Warrants
  • Criminal Records
  • Driving Violations
  • Inmate Records
  • Felonies & Misdemeanors
  • Bankruptcies
  • Tax & Property Liens
  • Civil Judgements
  • Marriages & Divorces
  • Death Records
  • Birth Records
  • Property Records
  • Asset Records
  • Business Ownership
  • Professional Licenses
  • Unclaimed State Funds
  • Relatives & Associates
  • Address Registrations
  • Affiliated Phone Numbers
  • Affiliated Email Addresses

Results are based upon available information from state, county and municipal databases, and may not include some or all of the above details.

Main building of former Canadian County Jail

The jail was designed and built between 1904 and 1907 and the oldest remaining county government structures in Canadian County.

  • There were over 1,240,000 reported violent crimes in the United States in 2017.
  • Between 2006 and 2010, approximately 3.4 million violent crimes went unreported.
  • Around 73 million (29.5%) of Americans have criminal records, many of which are eligible for sealing or expungement.
  • There were nearly 7.7 million property crimes in the United States in 2017. This represents a 3.6% decrease from the previous year.
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