In Tulsa County, OK, only the local criminal court has the jurisdiction to issue an active arrest warrant. The detention orders are exclusively released when a formal request is made for them by the state agency responsible for maintaining law and order in the county.
The sheriff’s department of Tulsa is just one of the agencies that offer arrest records-related information and the facility to conduct warrant search to members of the public. To access information on outstanding warrants through them, you will need to visit the law enforcement office in person at 500 S Denver Ave, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103.
Remember that while you can fax them on 918-596-5697 and call them on 918-596-5601, you can merely get information on the warrant search process through these channels. The only time they will divulge your search results to you is when you visit them in person.
The county clerk’s office, which is a part of the judiciary, has been entrusted with the upkeep of the court dockets that contain information on warrants and verdicts on all cases. They also have a policy to only offer crime records information to people when they visit in person. So call on them at Tulsa County Administration Bldg. 500 South Denver, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103-3832; to speak to a representative over the phone, dial 918-596-5801
To reach the magistrate’s court, which is the judicial entity that issued the warrant and keeps all records about such orders, you will have to drive down to the Tulsa County Courthouse, 500 South Denver, Tulsa, OK 74103.
From 1991 to 2009, over 320,000 crimes were reported in Tulsa County, OK. Of these, almost 15% were violent in nature. This equates to almost 34,000 incidents each year and a daily crime rate of nearly 100 occurrences. In most such cases, the crime occurs when the victim is less than a mile from his workplace or home.