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Evaluation of the Oklahoma State-Tribal Crime Victim Liaison Demonstration Program

Oklahoma has the second largest American Indian population in the United States, and 38 federally-recognized tribes have their headquarters in Oklahoma. Tribal communities across the state have a shortage in overall direct crime victim services and often are unaware of state and local resources available for victims. The purpose of this project is to educate tribal leaders and direct service providers of state and local resources. To accomplish this goal, a state-tribal crime victim liaison engages in outreach efforts to the tribes.

Evaluation of Multijurisdictional Drug and Violent Crime Task Forces in Oklahoma

Using Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) funding, the Oklahoma District Attorneys Council supports the work of 13 Drug and Violent Crime Task Forces in Oklahoma. SAC staff is conducting an evaluation of the task forces.

Evaluation of SAFE Oklahoma Grant Project: Oklahoma City Police Department

Using funds from the Oklahoma Attorney General SAFE Oklahoma Grant Program, the Oklahoma City Police Department has implemented an anti-crime police program in a high-crime area of Oklahoma City. Strategies include overtime funding, code enforcement, and nuisance abatement. SAC staff is conducting an evaluation of the program.

An Analysis of Arrest-Related Deaths in Oklahoma, 2003-2012

Since 2003, Oklahoma has reported arrest-related deaths to the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS). Since that time, there have been 180 qualifying deaths in Oklahoma. The goal of this project is to collect and analyze state criminal history records, medical examiner reports, and law enforcement reports for each qualifying death to identify trends and characteristics in arrest-related deaths.

Oklahoma Drug Threat Assessment

SAC staff is assisting the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN) in the development of the Oklahoma Drug Threat Assessment. The purpose of the threat assessment is to inform law enforcement, service providers, policy makers, and the public of trends in drug abuse, manufacturing, and distribution across the state.

Crime Analysis Program

SAC staff is creating a crime analysis program that will be offered to smaller jurisdictions in Oklahoma. The goal is to provide smaller SIBRS agencies with the crime analysis services available in the larger jurisdictions.