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    • Arrest-related deaths, 2010

    • Prisoners--Oklahoma--Death--Statistics.; Arrest (Police methods)--Health aspects--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Sudden death--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Violent deaths--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Restraint of prisoners--Oklahoma.;
    • Annually, the Oklahoma SAC collects and submits data on deaths that occur in the process of arrest to BJS. Data collection started after the implementation of the Death in Custody Reporting Act of 2000 (P.L. 106-297). Other state agencies collect...
    • State incident-based reporting system

    • Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal investigation--Oklahoma.; Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal Justice, Administration of--Oklahoma.; Incident-based reporting systems--Oklahoma.
    • What is the State Incident-Based Reporting System? The State Incident-Based Reporting System (SIBRS) is an online records management system maintained by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. The webbased program is available to jurisdictions...
    • Crime victimization in Oklahoma, 2010

    • Criminal statistics--Oklahoma.; Victims of crime--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center recently conducted the first statewide crime victimization survey. As part of the survey, staff asked respondents about their personal experience with crime.
    • State Incident-Based Reporting System participation in Oklahoma

    • Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal investigation--Oklahoma.; Information storage and retrieval systems--Criminal justice, Administration of--Oklahoma.; Incident-based reporting systems--Oklahoma.
    • Almost half of Oklahoma's law enforcement agencies participate in the SIBRS; however, this only covers about 15% of the state's population and 9% of the state's crime.
    • 2009 deaths in police custody

    • Prisoners--Oklahoma--Death--Statistics.; Arrest (Police methods)--Health aspects--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Sudden death--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Violent deaths--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Restraint of prisoners--Oklahoma.
    • Annually, the Oklahoma SAC collects and submits data on deaths that occur in the process of arrest to BJS. Data collection started after the implementation of the Death in Custody Reporting Act of 2000 (P.L. 106-297).; This report provides a brief...
    • Arrest-related deaths, 2013

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    • Oklahoma SAC staff reported 34 qualifying deaths for 2013; seven deaths occurred in the first quarter, nine occurred in the second quarter, eight in the third quarter, and ten in the fourth quarter.
    • Arrest-related deaths, 2012

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    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center participates in the Arrest-Related Deaths (ARD) program, which is a national data collection of persons who die either during the process of arrest or while in the custody of state or local law enforcement.;...
    • Arrest-related deaths, 2011

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    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center participates in the Arrest-Related Deaths (ARD) program, which is a national data collection of persons who die either during the process of arrest or while in the custody of state or local law enforcement....
    • Crime victimization survey : 2010 report.

    • Criminal statistics--Oklahoma.; Victims of crimes surveys--Oklahoma.; Crime--Oklahoma--Public opinion.; Victims of crimes--Oklahoma--Attitudes.; Public opinion--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) recently completed the first statewide crime victimization survey. The purpose of the Oklahoma Crime Victimization Survey (OCVS) was to generate statewide crime estimates for crimes in Oklahoma.; The...
    • Perceptions of crime in Oklahoma, 2010.

    • Crime--Oklahoma--Public opinion.; Public opinion--Oklahoma.; Crime prevention--Oklahoma--Public opinion.
    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center recently conducted the first statewide crime victimization survey. As part of the survey, staff asked respondents about their perceptions of crime and the criminal justice system in Oklahoma.

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