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    • State of the county health reports

    • Public health--Oklahoma.
    • Individual county reports bear series title State of the county's health report; The following reports focus on health factors for the citizens of each county in Oklahoma.; Topics covered are demographics, leading causes of death, nutrition &...
    • Annual report

    • Oklahoma Indigent Defense System--Periodicals.;Legal aid--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Public defenders--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Right to counsel--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The mission of the Oklahoma Indigent Defense system is to provide indigents with legal representation comparable to that obtainable by those who can afford counsel and to do so in the most cost effective manner possible.
    • Arrest-related deaths, 2010

    • Prisoners--Oklahoma--Death--Statistics.; Arrest (Police methods)--Health aspects--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Sudden death--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Violent deaths--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Restraint of prisoners--Oklahoma.;
    • Annually, the Oklahoma SAC collects and submits data on deaths that occur in the process of arrest to BJS. Data collection started after the implementation of the Death in Custody Reporting Act of 2000 (P.L. 106-297). Other state agencies collect...
    • Comanche County community health assessment

    • Comanche County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical.; Public health--Oklahoma--Comanche County.
    • During the spring of 2010, the Comanche County Health Department engaged community partners in an effort to assess the health status of county residents. Using the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) model, organizers...
    • State of the county's health report : Oklahoma County.

    • Public health--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County. ; Oklahoma County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical. ; Oklahoma Turning Point (Program)
    • The reports focus on health factors for the citizens of each county in Oklahoma. ; A summary of Healthy People 2020 indicators and health care costs are included. Information regarding health education, Turning Point, county health department...
    • Annual report

    • Oklahoma District Attorneys Council--Periodicals.; Public prosecutors--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The District Attorneys Training and Coordination Council (DATCC) was created by the Oklahoma Legislature in 1976 to strengthen the criminal justice system in Oklahoma, to prove a professional organization for the education, training and...
    • Injury update, 08/31/2012

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    • Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a health concern for both men and women across the U.S.; In 2009, Oklahoma ranked 11th among states in the U.S. in the number of females killed by males in single-victim/single-offender homicides.; For this...
    • The source, spring 2014

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    • OSBI Undergoes Assessment by Jessica Brown; OSBI SDA Application Goes Online by Felicia Jackson; Oklahoma Self-Defense Act Handgun Licensing; New Fingerprint Technology Aiding Investigators by Jimmy Stokes; OSBI Computer Crimes Unit Gets New Home,...
    • Oklahoma County wellness score 2014 : community health status assessment.

    • Oklahoma County (Okla.)--Statistics, medical.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.; Public health--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.
    • The Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD) utilizes the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnership (MAPP) tool to conduct community-wide health needs assessments. The MAPP process engages a broad, and diverse coalition of...
    • Injury update, 03/23/2012

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    • In Oklahoma, firearm-related death was the third leading cause of injury death from 2004-2008. During the same time period, firearm deaths accounted for 55,651 (6%) years of potential life lost before the age of 65.
    • State of the county's health report : Tulsa County.

    • Public health--Oklahoma--Tulsa County.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Tulsa County. ; Tulsa County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical. ; Oklahoma Turning Point (Program)
    • The reports focus on health factors for the citizens of each county in Oklahoma. ; A summary of Healthy People 2020 indicators and health care costs are included. Information regarding health education, Turning Point, county health department...
    • Domestic violence homicide in Oklahoma

    • Marital violence--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Family violence--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Oklahoma Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board--Periodicals.
    • "It is the intention of the Oklahoma Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board (Board) to increase professional and public awareness of the dangers and warning signs of volatile domestic violence situations so future deaths can be prevented.";"...the...
    • Final report to the 45th State Legislature

    • Sentences (Criminal procedure)--Oklahoma.; Community-based corrections--Oklahoma.
    • On behalf of the Oklahoma Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Commission I submit the attached as the Commission's first annual report as required by Section 1501 et. seq. of Title 22 of the Statutes of the State of Oklahoma. This report contains...
    • Oklahoma epidemiological profile.

    • Substance abuse--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Oklahoma State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup (SEOW) is a multidisciplinary workgroupwhose members are connected to key decision‐making and resource allocation bodies in the state. Oklahoma’s SEOW is charged with improving prevention...
    • Review of the death of Christian A. Norris of Washington County, Oklahoma

    • Child abuse--Oklahoma--Bartlesville.; Children--Oklahoma--Bartlesville--Death.; Norris, Christian A., 2007-2010.; Benton, Joshua Robert, 1987- --Trials, litigation, etc.
    • The Office of Juvenile System Oversight (OJSO) received a request for a public report regarding the death of three-year-old Christian A. Norris. A 911 called was received that reported Christian A. Norris was in route to a local hospital...
    • State of the county's health report : Comanche County.

    • Public health--Oklahoma--Comanche County.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Comanche County. ; Comanche County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical. ; Oklahoma Turning Point (Program)
    • The reports focus on health factors for the citizens of each county in Oklahoma. ; A summary of Healthy People 2020 indicators and health care costs are included. Information regarding health education, Turning Point, county health department...
    • Violent death trends in Oklahoma, 2004-2009

    • Violent deaths--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Oklahoma is one of 18 states participating in the National Violent Death Reporting System. Violent deaths include homicides, suicides, deaths from legal intervention, unintentional firearm deaths, deaths of undetermined manner, and deaths from...
    • Oklahoma state strategy for the Justice Assistance Grant.

    • Drug abuse--Oklahoma--Prevention.; Narcotics, Control of--Oklahoma.; Drug abuse and crime--Oklahoma.; Narcotics and crime--Oklahoma.; Crime prevention--Oklahoma.; Law enforcement--Oklahoma.
    • "Since 1986, the Oklahoma District Attorneys Council (DAC) has served as the state administering agency for the JAG Program, formerly known as the Edward Byrne Memorial Formula Grant. The Justice Assistance Grant Board provides oversight for the...
    • Fiscal year ... legislative appropriations

    • Budget--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Oklahoma--Appropriations and expenditures--Periodicals.;Administrative agencies--Oklahoma--Finance--Periodicals.
    • Based on FY-08 issue: The primary purpose of this document is to serve as a reference to House members, staff and other interested parties in summarizing the Fiscal Year Legislative Budget Process. As the final report on appropriations of the...
    • Comanche County community health improvement plan : CHIP.

    • Public health--Oklahoma--Comanche County--Planning.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Comanche County.
    • In the spring of 2010, Comanche County embarked on a process that led to the creation of this Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). To facilitate an organized, comprehensive approach to creating the plan, organizers followed the nationally...
    • Violent deaths among Native Americans in Oklahoma.

    • Violent deaths--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Indians of North America--Mortality--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Every year more than 50,000 people die from violence in the U.S. Violent deaths in the U.S. occur disproportionately among Native Americans (NA). From 2004-2007, average homicide rates for NA were 20% higher and suicide rates were 8% higher than...
    • Community health assessment : Oklahoma City and County 2011.

    • Oklahoma County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.; Public health--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.
    • Community Health Status Assessment / Wellness Score; Community Themes and Strengths Assessment; Local Public Health System Assessment Force of Change Assessment; Community health assessments are a critical part of public health practice utilized to...
    • Capital commentary, 03/05/2012, no.11

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    • Save the Date: 2012 DAC/ODAA Annual Summer Conference; Homicide Rate Remains Relatively Steady in Oklahoma City and Tulsa; Oklahoma Death Convictions Upheld; Europe Moves to Block Trade of Medical Drugs Used in U.S. Executions; Utah Death Row...
    • State of the county's health report : Cleveland County.

    • Public health--Oklahoma--Cleveland County.; Health status indicators--Oklahoma--Cleveland County. ; Cleveland County (Okla.)--Statistics, Medical. ; Oklahoma Turning Point (Program)
    • The reports focus on health factors for the citizens of each county in Oklahoma. ; A summary of Healthy People 2020 indicators and health care costs are included. Information regarding health education, Turning Point, county health department...
    • Violent deaths among Native Americans in Oklahoma

    • Violent deaths--Oklahoma.; Indians of North America--Mortality--Oklahoma.; Violence--Prevention.
    • From 2004-2008, there were 4,560 violent deaths among Oklahoma residents; of those, 457 (10%) were Native Americans.; Circumstances; Strategies to prevent self-inflicted violence
    • Surviving victims of homicide educational support group

    • Victims of crimes--Services for--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Corrections Victims support program is committed to supporting victims and family members as they face the many challenges from a criminal act. Victims will have the opportunity to be empowered with information and...
    • Reducing domestic violence deaths in Oklahoma.

    • Marital violence--Prevention--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Family violence--Prevention--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Uxoricide--Prevention--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • To explore evidence-based practices and educational tools aimed at reducing domestic violence deaths in Oklahoma.
    • In pursuit of justice, spring 2014, v.7 no.1

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    • DA Brings Justice for 11 Homicide Victims in 2014; Meet the Prosecutor: Steve Kunzweiler; Homicide Convictions in 2014; 2013 Case Statistics; Major Case Convictions; Heather Prater Honored for Service to Crime Victims; DA Brings Justice For 32...
    • Violence in Oklahoma : a case for prevention.

    • Violence--Oklahoma--Prevention--Periodicals.
    • "The Oklahoma Council on Violence Prevention has collected a wide array of data concerning violence and substance abuse in Oklahoma, which are presented in this report.";"This collaborative effort illustrates the types and levels of violence in...

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