University of Oklahoma
Current Sex Offender Registration Information
for any University students, employees or residents:
The OU Police Department, in complying with the notification requirements of the federal "Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act" would like to notify the local community that, IN ADDITION TO THIS ONLINE LISTING, sex offender registration information for any students, employees, or residents of the University may be found at the OU Police Department headquarters, 2775 Monitor Avenue, Norman, OK. (See map, below.)
Additionally, information on any sex offenders who are also residents of the city of Norman can be found at the Norman Police Department at 201 W. Gray Street, Norman.
Oklahoma state law O.S. Title 57, §583-584) requires that anyone required to register as a sex offender do so with both their local law enforcement (municipal or county) agency at their residence and also with the police or security department of any institution of higher learning at which they are enrolled as a student (full-time or part-time), are an employee (full-time or part-time), or resides (or intends to reside or stay) on any property owned or controlled by the institution of higher learning.
Sex Offender Registration
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Completed forms must be delivered in person ( registrants must bring a VALID PHOTO ID ) to OUPD Headquarters, 2775 Monitor Avenue, Norman, OK.
SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY
Click HERE to leave the OUPD website and access the statewide public
Sex Offender Lookup database -- the Oklahoma Sex Offender Registry at the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (ODOC) website.
You can also access a general "Offender Lookup" webpage containing public information concerning general offenders from ODOC by clicking HERE.
Any person subject to the provisions of the Sex Offenders Registration Act who changes an address shall give written notification to the Department of Corrections and the local law enforcement authority of the change of address and the new address no later than three (3) business days prior to the abandonment of or move from the current address. If the new address is under the jurisdiction of a different local law enforcement authority, the offender shall notify the new local law enforcement authority of any previous registration. The new local law enforcement authority shall notify the most recent registering agency by teletype or letter of the change in address of the offender.
Notification of ôlocal law enforcement authority" means both:
Upon registration of any person designated as a habitual or aggravated sex offender, pursuant to O.S. Title 57 §583-584, a local law enforcement authority shall notify, by any method of communication it deems appropriate, anyone that the local law enforcement authority determines appropriate, including, but not limited to:
The notification may include, but is not limited to, the following information:
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