City of Oklahoma City

Crime Information

Jail Blotter

The jail blotter is a daily record of people booked into the Oklahoma County Jail by Oklahoma City police officers. The blotter will be posted to this page every day except for weekends and holidays. The blotter is maintained by the Records Unit of the Oklahoma City Police Department located on the second floor of Police Headquarters at 701 Colcord Dr. The unit is open for business at the Records window from 7:00am until 7:30pm, Monday through Friday, or they can be reached 24/7 by telephone at 405.297.1112. To view weekly Crime Stats by neighborhood, click here.

Identity Theft

Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information (i.e., your name, address and social security number) to open credit card accounts, loans, etc., in your name without your permission.

There are a number of ways in which thieves obtain your personal information, including:

  • Stealing incoming or outgoing mail

  • Finding old bills or statements while rummaging through trash

  • Stealing computing equipment (laptops, personal computers, mobile devices, etc...) containing consumer information

  • Contacting you directly through social engineering or through e-mail (phishing)

The follow three main Credit Reporting Bureaus offer products and services designed to help you manage your credit rating as well as your risk of identity theft:

Remember the FACT Act amendments to the Fair Credit Reporting Act entitles you to one free credit report in a 12 month period.  You can learn more about this by visiting www.annualcreditreport.com.

If you believe that you may be a victim of Identity Theft in Oklahoma City, call 911 or contact the Oklahoma City Police White Collar Crimes Unit at (405) 297-1134.


Criminal Tracking and Victim Notification

OK VINE is a service that notifies crime victims if an inmate is released, transferred, escapes or dies. It is accessible in English and Spanish. Registration for this service is free and anonymous. To register visit www.vinelink.com and follow the instructions. OK Vine is a service provided by the Oklahoma Office of the State Attorney General. For more information concerning this service, contact Jennifer Taylor at 405.522.2294.