How to obtain open records in Oklahoma County. Pursuant to Oklahoma Statutes Title 51, subsections 24A. 1-29, the public policy of the State of Oklahoma is the public has the right of access to and review of government records so they may efficiently and intelligently exercise their inherent political power. These records are open to the public for inspection and copying, with certain applicable fees. Not all records are open, however. Records that are not open are generally personnel and investigatory files; however, this list is not exclusive.
For a complete copy of the Oklahoma Open Records Act, contact the Oklahoma Attorney General’sOffice at (405) 521.3921, or click here for their website.
This will link you to the Open Meetings and Records section of the Attorney General’s webpage.
All open records requests for Oklahoma County shall specifically describe the information the requesting party is requesting.
Additionally, all open records requests shall be hand-delivered or mailed to:
Clerks of the Boards
Oklahoma County Clerk’s Office
320 Robert S. Kerr
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Should you have any questions regarding a request, contact Rebecca Charlow or Sharon Compise by phone at (405) 713.6228 or by e-mail at email@example.com
Although it is not required by state statute or county resolution that any specific form be required for an open records request, the Oklahoma County Clerk has published an open records request form for the ease of both the requesting party and the office of the Oklahoma County Clerk. We appreciate your cooperation in using the supplied form for open records requests made through Oklahoma County government.