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Mark Oprande

Dec 28, 2021


OKLAHOMA CITY (December 28, 2021) – The Oklahoma County Detention Center has recently been certified on the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (OLETS). The system connects public safety agencies from across the state and country to criminal histories, drivers records and other databases. OLETS allows certified jail staff to conduct records checks for detainees and employees. With this certification, we no longer rely on a separate agency to conduct checks. This will speed up the outtake process by not having to wait for another agency to provide detainee information such as outstanding warrants. We also receive critical information faster on detainees which we use to determine where and with whom to place a newly booked detainee. This certification also speeds up the employee application process with faster background checks. “This is a critical component to running a safe and secure facility,” said Greg Williams, CEO Oklahoma County Detention Center. “It’s taken a lot of time and hard work by staff members to get this certification. The result will be dramatically decreased wait times in receiving critical information used to speed up processes and keep detainees and staff safe.”

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