Oklahoma Federal Inmate Locator Departament of Corrections

Updated on: September 2, 2021
Department Name
Oklahoma Department of Corrections
Official Website
Currently Incarcerated Inmates
P.O. Box 11400. Oklahoma City, OK 73136-0400
Phone Number
405-425-2500, 405-425-2578

Types of Correctional Facilities in Oklahoma

Offenders who are serving their sentence in an Oklahoma state prison are overseen by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (DOC). With a centralized inmate database, you can search for an inmate easily no matter what facility they are in.

However, inmates who are serving their sentence in county jails, police jails, or city jails will not be found in this database. You will need to go to their websites for that information.

Below you will find information on the Oklahoma DOC, how to do an inmate search, and how to stay in contact with an inmate.

Oklahoma DOC Mission

All state prisons have a mission of their own. The core mission of the Oklahoma Department of corrections is to protect the public, increase public safety, promote safe work environments, and encourage positive change in offender behavior. They promote successful reentry and rehabilitation programs.

How to Search for an Inmate

Doing an inmate search is beneficial because you can locate an inmate, get their ID numbers, and case information that you may need for other reasons.

To search for an inmate at Oklahoma state prisons, you will visit the OK DOC homepage. Click on the button down the page and to the left that says inmate and offender look up.

You will need to accept the terms and conditions. You will be asked for some information: OK DOC number, last name, first name, and date of birth. If you don’t know that information, simply type in the last name, check I am not a robot, and hit search.

You will be given a list of inmates with the same last name that you can choose from. From there you will want to write down their OK DOC number, date of birth, and the facility they are at.

How to Stay in Communication

Letters: Mailing letters to an inmate is a great way to stay in contact. Using the facility location found in the inmate search, you can send a loved one letters. Make sure to include the following information on the envelope:

  • ODOC number
  • Offenders full name
  • The complete address of the facility

Visiting: In order to visit an inmate, you will need to fill out the visitor’s request form.

Phone calls: Inmates cannot receive incoming calls, but they can make collect calls. If you do not have a landline or contract service, you can set up a prepaid account through Connect Network so an offender can call you.

How to Send Money

There are a couple ways you can send money to an inmate. You can send an old-fashioned cashier’s check or money order to the facility, or you can use one of two online banking solutions:

You will need to include the inmate’s name, DOC number, and sender’s name.

It is important to follow all rules and procedures. They are put there to keep visitors, workers, and inmates safe.

Correctional Facilities in Oklahoma

There are 231 jails and prisons in state Oklahoma

Joseph Harp Correctional Center

16161 Moffat RoadPO Box 548, Lexington, OK, 73051-0548


Grady County Law Enforcement Center

215 North 3rd Street, Chickasha, OK, 73018


Cherokee County Jail

213 West Delaware Street, Tahlequah, OK, 74464


Pottawatomie County Jail

14209 Highway 177, Shawnee, OK, 74804


Comanche County Detention Center

315 SW Fifth Street Room 208, Lawton, OK, 73501-4347

580-250-1902, 580-353-4280

David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center

300 North Denver Avenue, Tulsa, OK, 74103

918-596-8910, 918-596-8913

Rogers County Jail

201 South Cherokee Street, Claremore, OK, 74017


Mayes County Jail

34 North Adair Street, Pryor, OK, 74361


El Reno Federal Prison

4205 HIGHWAY 66 WEST EL RENO, OK, 73036


Adair County Jail

600 Paul Meade Road, Stillwell, OK, 74960


Lincoln County Jail

811 Manvel Avenue # 14, Chandler, OK, 74834-3800

405-258-1191 ext 294

LeFlore County Jail

100 South Church StreetP.O. Box129Poteau, OK 74953

(918) 647-2317 (918) 647-2774

Ellis County Jail

P.O. Box 335Arnett, OK 73832

(580) 885-7392

Delaware County Jail

P.O. Box 476Jay, OK 74346

(918) 253-4531

Yukon City Jail

100 South Ranchwood, Yukon, OK, 73099


Woodward City Jail

1219 8th Street, Woodward, OK, 73801


Wilburton City Jail

300 West Main Street, Wilburton, OK, 74578


Wewoka City Jail

114 West 4th Street, Wewoka, OK, 74884


Westville City Jail

221 South Williams Street, Westville, OK, 74965


Weatherford City Jail

201 South West Main Street, Weatherford, OK, 73096