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All available public data on Oklahoma Department of Corrections inmates is available for download here. Standard database management software is required to use the material. Clicking on the link below takes you to a site where several .dat and .txt files are available for download. Your download should begin once you have clicked the above link.Who was the first Oklahoma inmate executed by lethal injection?
Charles Troy Coleman was the first Oklahoma inmate executed by lethal injection on September 10, 1990. Coleman was convicted in 1979 of Murder-First Degree in Muskogee County. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, call Onelife at 800-559-9544 or the National Suicide Prevention lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).What personal information is included in the inmate database?
No private information, such as health records, social security numbers, or inmate banking information, is included. If you have any questions about the data, please contact Justin Wolf, Communications Director, at 405-425-7121 or [email protected]How do I correspond with an inmate?
Letters sent to inmates should include the inmate’s name, ODOC number and facility address on the envelope. All mail addressed to inmates must be received through authorized channels. Letters for different inmates should not be included in the same envelope.