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By Adam Knapp. Inthe state of Oklahoma enacted a law requiring sex offenders to register with law enforcement. And with the internet, it is now much easier to access. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections maintains an online database of individuals convicted of these crimes.

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Sex Offenders In Oklahoma: Local 2019 Halloween Safety Map

Before the kids go out trick or treating across Oklahoma on Halloween, fall is a good time to take inventory of who is living in your neighborhood. The U. Department of Justice runs the National Sex Offender Public Websitewhich you can use to locate registered sex offenders near your home. You may want to avoid trick or treating at these houses and apartments on Halloween, or merely be aware of who's living in your neighborhood during the rest of the year.

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Oklahoma Sex Offender Registration

Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about. The Oklahoma State Legislature finds that sex offenders who commit predatory acts against children and persons who prey on others as a result of mental illness pose a high risk of re-offending after release from custody. The legislature further finds that the privacy interest of persons adjudicated guilty of these crimes is less important than the state's interest in public safety. The legislature additionally finds that a system of registration will permit law enforcement officials to identify and alert the public when necessary for protecting public safety.

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Oklahoma law requires that any person convicted of a sex crime must register with the Oklahoma Sex and Violent Offender Registry if they live, work, or go to school in the state. This registry tracks the whereabouts of sex offenders and makes this information available to the general public on their website. For many convicted sex offenders, this requirement feels like an unfair invasion of their privacy, and so they avoid registering. Others simply fail to meet the requirements.