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Tulsa County Court Records

Tulsa County court records provide documentation of legal proceedings and various court cases heard and adjudicated within the county. Such records contain different information, including, but not limited to, case details, case filings, court orders, judgments, hearing schedules, transcripts, legal notices, and summons.

Are Court Records Public in Tulsa County?

Under the Oklahoma Open Records Act, Tulsa County court records are generally considered public records. Members of the public have the right to access and inspect most court records unless they are specifically exempted from disclosure by law. Some examples of records exempted from Tulsa public records include sealed or expunged records, sensitive information (medical records, financial details, Social Security Number, etc.), ongoing investigation records, and confidential information.

Tulsa County Court Records Search

The Tulsa County Court Clerk is the primary custodian of Tulsa court records. To obtain court records, interested persons can visit the clerk’s office located on the second floor of the Tulsa County Courthouse, at 500 South Denver, Ste. 200. The office is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on Monday to Friday and from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday.

Alternatively, a written mail request with the following information can be sent to the address:

  • Details of the requester (name and contact information)
  • Case information (names of the parties, date the case was filed, case number)

A self-addressed stamped envelope and payment should accompany mail requests.

Record seekers may also be able to obtain information through the online OSCN Docket Search tool. Offered by the Oklahoma state judiciary, the search portal serves as the central repository for accessing court records from various judicial districts. It provides convenient online access to court records generated by participating courts across the state, enabling interested members of the public to obtain court records. Users can search the portal by name of parties or case number.

Tulsa County Court Records Search by Name

Tulsa County court records can be searched by name using the OSCN Docket Search tool. The portal is provided by the Oklahoma state judiciary for accessing court records from various judicial districts. It allows interested persons to search Tulsa County court records by name.

Tulsa County Courts

Tulsa County's court system consists of a district court (with five divisions) and nine municipal courts. The District Court holds jurisdiction over various legal matters within Tulsa County, Oklahoma. This includes civil cases, criminal cases, family law matters, probate cases, juvenile matters, and other legal disputes. The court is divided into five divisions: civil, criminal, family, juvenile, and probate.

Municipal Courts in Tulsa County have limited jurisdiction and primarily handle violations of city ordinances and misdemeanor offenses within city limits. These offenses may include traffic violations, code enforcement violations, minor drug offenses, and other misdemeanor offenses. Municipal Courts operate within the jurisdiction of specific cities within Tulsa County and do not handle felony cases or more serious criminal matters, which fall under the purview of the District Court.

Tulsa County District Court Records

Tulsa County District Court handles various cases, including civil litigation, criminal prosecutions, family law matters, probate proceedings, juvenile cases, and other legal disputes.

The Tulsa County Clerk of Court maintains the records of the District Court. District Court records are available for inspection in person at the clerk’s office on the second floor of the Tulsa County Courthouse, at 500 South Denver, Ste. 200. Requesters can visit from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on Monday to Friday and from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday.

A written mail request with the information about the court record and the requester can be sent to the address. The mail request should include a self-addressed stamped envelope and payment. Requesters should call (918) 596-5420 or (918) 596-5421 for more information.

The OSCN Docket Search tool can be used to access Tulsa County District Court records. This is an online tool created by the Oklahoma state judiciary as an online repository for court records of judicial districts in the state. Interested persons can obtain court records by searching the portal using the name of parties or case number.

Tulsa County Criminal Records

Tulsa County criminal records are documents and information regarding the criminal activity of individuals within the county. Criminal records include Tulsa County arrest records, dispositions, charges, convictions, and sentences or acquittals, and paroles. Criminal records are accessible to the public.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) maintains criminal history records and information in Oklahoma. Persons interested in obtaining copies of Tulsa County criminal records are to submit their requests to the OSBI. Criminal records are available through name-based and fingerprint-based criminal history searches.

Tulsa criminal records are available through online searches and mail or in-person requests. Online searches for criminal records are done using the Criminal History Request Portal (CHIRP). Users need the search subject’s name and date of birth to obtain criminal history information from the portal.

To make a mail or in-person request, complete the Criminal History Request Form. The completed form, with payment and a copy of a government-issued ID, should be submitted to the OSBI by mail or in person at:

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
Criminal History Record Information Request
6600 North Harvey Place
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Phone: (405) 848-6724
Fax: (405) 879-2503

The fee for name-based requests is $15, while fingerprint-based requests cost $19. Payments for in-person requests are made in cash. Mail requests can be paid for with a money order, cashier’s check, or credit card. Ensure to include a postage-paid envelope when sending a mail request. The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office offers fingerprint scan services; inquiries can be made by visiting or contacting the Sheriff’s Office directly.

The Public Services Unit of the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office processes background checks and criminal report requests. To make requests, visit the Faulkner Building at 303 W. 1st Street, Tulsa, OK 74103, between Monday and Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Background checks cost $8 each. The payment methods for the cost include Visa, Mastercard, money order, or cashier’s check. There is a $1.95 charge for credit card payments and there will be an additional convenience fee of $1.95 for each transaction. Call (918) 596-5701 for more information.

Tulsa County Criminal Court Case Lookup

The Tulsa County Clerk of Court maintains the Tulsa County criminal records. Interested persons can make walk-in requests to inspect Tulsa criminal records at the clerk’s office on the second floor of the Tulsa County Courthouse at 500 South Denver, Ste. 200.

The office generally opens from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday and from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Saturday. Mail requests can also be sent with information about the criminal court record to the office address. The mail request should contain a self-addressed stamped envelope and payment. For more information, call (918) 596-5420 or (918) 596-5421.

The OSCN Docket Search can also be used to search Tulsa County criminal court records. Users can obtain court records by searching the portal using the name of parties or case number.

Get Tulsa County Civil Court Records

To access civil court records in Tulsa County, individuals can visit the Tulsa County Clerk of Court's office located on the second floor of the Tulsa County Courthouse at 500 South Denver, Ste. 200. The office is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday and from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday. Alternatively, written mail requests can be sent to the clerk’s office, including the necessary information about the court record and the requester, along with a self-addressed stamped envelope and payment. For further information, individuals can call (918) 596-5420 or (918) 596-5421.

Additionally, the OSCN Docket Search tool provided by the Oklahoma state judiciary offers online access to Tulsa County civil court records. This tool serves as an online repository for court records of judicial districts in the state, allowing interested parties to search for court records using the name of parties or case number.

Tulsa County Family Court Records

In Tulsa County, family law cases are typically heard by the Family Division of the Tulsa County District Court. The Family Division handles a wide range of family law matters such as divorce, nullity, legal separation, child custody, child support, adoption, paternity, and domestic violence cases.

To obtain family court records in Tulsa County, individuals can visit the Tulsa County Clerk of Court's office located on the second floor of the Tulsa County Courthouse. The office hours are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday and from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday.

Written mail requests can also be submitted to the clerk’s office, including necessary information about the court record and the requester, along with a self-addressed stamped envelope and payment. For further information, individuals can contact the clerk's office at (918) 596-5420 or (918) 596-5421.

Tulsa Dissolution of Marriage Records

To access dissolution of marriage records in Tulsa County, visit the Tulsa County Clerk of Court during regular business hours, which are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from Monday through Friday. The office location is below:

Tulsa County Courthouse
500 S Denver Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74103

Individuals seeking a copy of the decree of dissolution of marriage can call the Court Clerk’s Office at (918) 596-5454 for more information.

Tulsa County Marriage and Divorce Records

Tulsa County marriage records and divorce records are available for public access through the Tulsa County Clerk of Court. To obtain a copy of a Tulsa County marriage certificate or divorce record, individuals can visit the Court Clerk’s Office during regular business hours, which are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday through Friday. The address is below:

Tulsa County Courthouse
500 S Denver Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74103

Individuals can contact (918) 596-5478 for assistance with marriage records, while inquiries regarding divorce records can be directed to (918) 596-5454.

Tulsa Birth and Death Records

Tulsa County birth records and death records are in the custody of the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Birth and death records are not open records in Oklahoma. You must meet the eligibility requirement to obtain copies of such records. Persons eligible to obtain Tulsa County birth certificate include the record subject, their parent, spouse, stepparent, grandparent, child, or grandchild. Death records are available to the decedent’s surviving spouse, parent, child, grandparent, sibling, or legal guardian. These records are also available to the agent or attorney with a signed authorization and a copy of the ID of the eligible requester.

Requests for Tulsa birth or death records can be made in person and by mail. To make an in-person and mail request, complete the Application for Search and Certified Copy of Birth Certificate (Spanish) and Application for Search and Certified Copy of Death Certificate (Spanish). Submit the filled-out form with a copy of a valid ID and payment to any of these three Vital Record Office locations:

Oklahoma City
Oklahoma State Department of Health
1000 Northeast 10th
Oklahoma City, OK

Tulsa
James O. Goodwin Health Center
5051 S. 129th East Ave
Tulsa, OK

McAlester
Pittsburg County Health Department
1400 East College Avenue
McAlester, OK

The offices are open from Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Or mail the completed application, a copy of your valid ID, and payment (a check or money order payable to OSDH) to:

Vital Records Service
Oklahoma State Department of Health
P.O. Box 53551
Oklahoma City, OK 73152

It costs $15 to obtain a certified copy of a birth or death record. Additional copies of the same record also cost $15 each.

Tulsa County Probate Court Records

Probate court records in Tulsa County pertain to cases involving the administration of estates, guardianships, conservatorships, and matters related to wills and trusts. These records document the legal process of distributing estates, appointing personal representatives, managing affairs after someone passes away or becomes incapacitated, and petitions regarding trust administration or disputes about wills, trust, and powers of attorney.

To obtain probate court records from their custodians, individuals need to visit the Probate Division of Tulsa County or contact the Tulsa County Clerk of the Court’s office. Requesters will require information about the record, such as the name of the deceased or incapacitated individual, case number, or relevant dates to facilitate the search for records. Probate court records are available for inspection in person or by mail. The location and contact information of the clerk’s office is below:

Tulsa County Court Clerk
Tulsa County Courthouse
500 South Denver Avenue
Room 200
Tulsa, OK 74103-3832
(918) 596-5420
(918) 596-5421

Tulsa County Property Records

The Tulsa County Clerk maintains Tulsa County property records. Property records are accessible to the public in the county. Members of the public can view land records online using LOCCAT (Land Records Organized by County Clerk, Assessor, and Treasurer Clerk) system. This system provides land records and real estate information in one map-based program, combining records from the County Clerk, Assessor, and Treasurer for ease of use and public reference.

The County Clerk Land Records portal is another online search resource. Alternatively, you can call the office at (918) 596-5801 or send an email request to Land Records at landrecords@tulsacounty.org. It costs $1 per page to copy a record and $1 to certify an instrument.

Tulsa County Court Records Online

Members of the public can access Tulsa County District Court records using the OSCN Docket Search tool. Created by the Oklahoma state judiciary, it serves as an online repository for court records of judicial districts in the state. Third-party online resources like courtrecords.us may also offer convenient access to Tulsa County court records from anywhere with an internet connection, saving time and effort. However, these platforms may not always provide the most accurate or up-to-date information, and users should be cautious of potential privacy concerns and limitations in scope and accessibility.

Tulsa County Courts

Below are the locations and contact information of the courts in Tulsa County:

District Courts in Tulsa County

Tulsa County District Court
Tulsa County Courthouse
500 South Denver Avenue, Room 200
Tulsa, OK 74103
Phone: (918) 596-5420

Tulsa County District Court - Juvenile Division
Tulsa County Juvenile Justice Center
315 South Gilcrease Museum Road
Tulsa, OK 74127
Phone: (918) 596-5912

Municipal Courts in Tulsa County

Bixby Municipal Court
116 West Needles Avenue
P.O. Box 70
Bixby, OK 74008
Phone: (918) 366-0424

Broken Arrow Municipal Court
2304 South 1st Place
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Phone: (918) 451-8558

Collinsville Municipal Court
106 North 12th Street
P.O. Box 730
Collinsville, OK 74021
Phone: (405) 371-1010 ext. 2022
Fax: (918) 371-1019

Glenpool Municipal Court
Water Department Building
14536 South Elwood Avenue
Glenpool, OK 74033
Phone: (918) 209-4684
Fax: (918) 322-5443

Jenks Municipal Court
211 North Elm Street
P.O. Box 2007
Jenks, OK 74037
Phone: (918) 556-7409
Fax: (918) 299-2011

Owasso Municipal Court
200 South Main Street
P.O. Box 180
Owasso, OK 74055
Phone: (918) 376-1550
Fax: (918) 376-1551

Sand Springs Municipal Court
100 East Broadway Street
P.O. Box 338
Sand Springs, OK 74063
Phone: (918) 246-2500 ext. 2612
Fax: (918) 245-5046

Sperry Municipal Court
115 North Cincinnati Avenue
P.O. Box 579
Sperry, OK 74073
Phone: (918) 288-7056

Tulsa Municipal Court
600 Civic Center
Tulsa, OK 74103
Phone: (918) 596-1625

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