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Under Oklahoma law, the court is required to transmit a violation within 5 days of the final disposition date to the Department of Public Safety (DPS). For additional questions, contact DPS at 405-425-2059.
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Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except for City holidays.
Call 918-632-7700 and ask for a hearing officer.
Contact the Department of Public Safety at 918-632-7700 and ask for a hearing officer.
Call the Department of Public Safety at 918-632-7700.
Call your local tag agency.
If defective or damaged call the Jenks Public Works Authority (JPWA) at 918-299-9511. If it is causing a traffic hazard, call the Police Department at 918-299-6311.
Yes. A driving record is available at any tag agency.
Take the release to the Department of Public Safety (DPS) located at:3190 W 21st StreetTulsa, OK 74107
The phone number for Driver Compliance is 918-632-7700. The suspended driver's license is not reinstated until the requirements of the Department of Public Safety are satisfied.
Call the Tulsa County District Court 918-596-5500.
The defendant will receive any applicable refund.
The law prohibits court employees (other than the Municipal Judge) from explaining or interpreting the law. As a result, the court employees must refrain from answering many specific questions asked of them because to do so would constitute legal advice, which court personnel may not provide. Instead, they must refer you to competent legal counsel.
Every individual can take a Defensive Driving Class on their own every 2 years, to reduce points off their driving record. This does not remove the violation from your record, it only removes 2 points. This also may give you a reduction on your car insurance, unless it is court ordered. There are several recognized defense driving schools, call the Court Clerk at 918-556-7409 to find out which ones are recognized by the Jenks Municipal Court. Jenks does not accept online defensive driving courses.
The arresting or investigating Officer may refer you to an agency that may assist the victim.
Yes. Your history is available with valid identification, a fee of $1 per page, and the completion of an Open Records Request (PDF).