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Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about. The Oklahoma State Legislature finds that sex offenders who commit predatory acts against children and persons who prey on others as a result of mental illness pose a high risk of re-offending after release from custody. The legislature further finds that the privacy interest of persons adjudicated guilty of these crimes is less important than the state's interest in public safety.
The legislature additionally finds that a system of registration will permit law enforcement officials to identify and alert the public when necessary for protecting public safety. All sex offenders, as defined in 57 O.
Supp , Section If a sex offender changes address, the offender shall notify the appropriate agencies in writing no later than three days before the offender establishes residence or is temporarily domiciled at the new address. If the sex offender changes address to another state, the offender shall register the new address with the appropriate agencies in the new state not later than 10 days before the offender establishes residency or is temporarily domiciled in the new state, if the new state has a registration requirement.
The Miami Police Department only provides registration information for offenders living within the city limits of Miami, Oklahoma. The individuals identified below have been required to register as a sex offender by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections and are currently residing in the City of Miami.
Click on a name for more information. This information is provided by the offender at the time of registration, and may not be current or correct. If you have information that any of the persons listed on this site have moved or are not living at the registered address, please call Skip to Main Content. Sign In. Registered Sex Offenders Sex Offender Registration Act The Oklahoma State Legislature finds that sex offenders who commit predatory acts against children and persons who prey on others as a result of mental illness pose a high risk of re-offending after release from custody.