Records Division

Alerts

  1. There are no alerts at this time.
Reporting Crimes
For emergencies call 911.  To report a non-emergency call the Owasso Police Department at 918-272-2244 or come to the police station at 111 N. Main St, Owasso OK.

Requesting a Copy of a Report

Most reports are available within 48 - 72 working hours of the incident.

Public versions of reports are limited to the requirements of the Oklahoma Open Records Act for Law Enforcement Records.

Incident reports may be picked up at:

City Hall
111 N. Main
Owasso, OK 74055

Reporting Crimes
For emergencies call 911.  To report a non-emergency call the Owasso Police Department at 918-272-2244 or come to the police station at 111 N. Main St, Owasso OK.
Reporting Crimes
For emergencies call 911.  To report a non-emergency call the Owasso Police Department at 918-272-2244 or come to the police station at 111 N. Main St, Owasso OK.
Reporting Crimes
For emergencies call 911.  To report a non-emergency call the Owasso Police Department at 918-272-2244 or come to the police station at 111 N. Main St, Owasso OK.
Email inquiries:  records@cityofowasso.com  Ph: 918-376-1568  Fax: 918-376-1532

Fee Schedule

Revised 12/09/2013
  • Accident Reports for commercial purposes $4.00
  • Accident Reports for Citizens 25 cents per page
  • Incident Reports 25 cents per printed page
  • Background Checks (Municipal Only) $5.00
  • Certified Copies $1.00 per page
  • CD/DVD recordings (subpoena may be required) minimum $15.00 research fee is applicable to each event to be retrieved.
  • Research Fee $15.00 per hour.
Copies of Accident Reports Available Online

You may now obtain a offical copy of an accident report directly online.  

click here to access their site:  http://owassopdok.policereports.us/
(Convenience Fee will apply)

NOTE:  It typically takes 48 hours or more to complete, approve and upload an accident report. More complicated accidents require more time to make available.

Interactive Crime Map Now Available

The Owasso Police Department has partnered with Utah based Public Engines ™ to provide online mapping of crimes reported and calls for service which will be available to the public.  Twice daily, the police department sends updates to the mapping service.  Citizens will be able to retrieve data for the most recent six months and filter that information by date range and event type.  Calls and reports will appear as pins on a scalable map of Owasso, and those pins can be clicked to reveal more detail on the type of event and general location by hundred block.  Citizens may also create an alert which will monitor crimes for any chosen map view and will email the information on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.
 
Access the crime map HERE

image of pin map