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This is intended to be the most comprehensive list of Oklahoma sex offenders available on the Internet. If you know of an Oklahoma listing that does not appear on this site, please forward the link to the Webmaster of this site. To help protect the children of Oklahoma, all city and county agencies in Oklahoma are encouraged to present an online list of registered sex offenders in their jurisdiction.
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Oklahoma Department of Corrections Sex Offender Lookup
If you believe that a child is being abused or neglected, you should call the local Department of Human Services. Here is number for the state Oklahoma Department of Human Services.
Childhelp© USA National Child Abuse Hotline
Non-Profit Programs and Organizations
Content Filtering Software
Software to help protect your children from online predators and illicit content.
All software listed is Freeware and/or Open Source
This software is not free, but contains good protection features.
We were taught never to take candy from strangers. We are learning more and more that it is not only the stranger we must fear. We need to know who are neighbors are. We need to know about people that work with and among our children. We need to know about pastors and other clergy. We need to know about scout leaders and other counselors. We need to accept that well-respected and trusted people may be hiding something horrible. We need to realize that both men and women are capable of sexual offenses. That both friends and family may be capable of these crimes.
Should we live in constant fear and paranoia? Certainly not. Life is for living, and we shouldn't make prisoners of children. But we should be aware. We should be alert.
With the Internet playing a prominent part in the lives of today's youth, we must keep our guard up against predators. Children don't have to answer the door to a stranger to be at risk anymore. Instant messages and emails also pose dangers. Chat rooms and other means of communication can put kids in contact with predators. The Internet is filled with illicit and illegal content. A lot of us grew up in a world where if a child was speaking to someone on the phone, parents made sure they knew who it was. Now kids can talk to anyone, anywhere in the world. The phone company doesn't mail us records of every communication like in the old days; That just isn't practical. The cable, dsl, or dial-up modem has brought so many great things into our home. It has also opened the door to a lot of people who wish our children harm.
So, parents, be vigilant! Know what is going on on your computer. Know who your kids are with at school. Talk to your kids about the dangers out there. Let them be comfortable talking to you. Listen to them. Trust them. Protect them.
Other states may be added in the future, but this takes time and labor. I hope you find this page to be of some value.
Websites are in constant change. Please report any dead links to the firstname.lastname@example.org of this site.
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