OK VOICES, INC.
At OK VOICES, INC. we’re raising funds and promoting initiatives to serve the people who need them most. We believe in taking action with urgency in order to raise public awareness about some of the most pressing issues facing today’s society. Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference in the lives of others.
Making A Difference
We offer support to Registrants, their families and friends in the following cities:
Norman and Tulsa
Please give us a call to join one of our support groups where we discuss a variety of topics related to life on the registry. You must be approved before attending and have permission from your probation officer. You should not have any issues getting approval as officers and treatment providers are familiar with our organization. You must be 18 or older to attend.
These groups do not replace regular treatment programs ordered by the court. These are to assist in issues Registrants, family and friends may encounter along the way and how we can change onerous laws.
24/7 Call in or email support
Reinforcing our Commitment
Our on call support team will answer a variety of questions regarding housing, employment, legal aid (we are not attorneys but will offer direction), probation issues, Interstate Compact questions, issues or complaints involving law enforcement or the Oklahoma Department of Corrections. We will also follow and participate in legislative actions each year by strengthening our ties with members of Oklahoma's legislative body and contacts within the ACLU.
It is our intent to work amicably with all for the best possible outcomes,
In our pursuit of common sense laws, we in no way negate the victim of a crime.
OK VOICES, INC. at a Glance
A Bit of Background
OK VOICES is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to advocating for the civil rights of individuals convicted of sex-related offenses through education, legislation and litigation. We work in collaboration with NARSOL and other civil rights organizations. We are an independent and autonomous organization with no ties to any level of government. We advocate for the thousands of persons who have been registered for up to a life-time as sex offenders by the State of Oklahoma as well as for members of their families.
All of our work is volunteer, no one receives any compensation for their services. If you would like to help in any way, please contact us.
There is a lot of information available on various websites. Due to scams involving registrants and their families, we encourage individuals to avoid websites that do not have a contact phone number that sends you to a verifiable individual. Organizations that are confident and legitimate have a contact person and phone number. If you are concerned, don't hesitate to call and we will investigate your inquiry. OK VOICES will not list any organization as a resource that does not fit certain criteria. Individuals that answer or return calls on behalf of OK VOICES are not on probation or parole which is a violation of contact for those that are.
In my work over the past several years within this issue, I have been met with many challenges and have also learned alot. It is a miracle that anyone continues to fight for the injustices that continues to be done to citizens and their families after incarceration and completion of sentences/probation/parole. New legislation is always coming forward to attempt targeting a population that has the lowest recidivism rates of all crimes. I am a fighter, I won't give up on what I can do to educate, support and advocate.
Lori Hamilton, Executive Director/Founder Former Executive Director of OKRSOL - Resigned Victim/Advocate/Family Member of a Registrant
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Turning Interest Into Action
Here at OK VOICES, INC., we’re committed to investing our expertise and resources in order to further achieve our cause. Just imagine what we can achieve together!
Contact us to join our email list where we will provide current information on all topics related to our issues.
“Everything that is done in the world is done by hope”