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Helpful Phone Numbers

Emergency 911
Non-Emergency/Dispatch/After Hours Utility-Related (Water/Sewer) Emergency 918-259-8400
Crime Prevention 918-451-8213
Traffic Hotline 918-451-8357
Crime Stoppers 918-596-COPS (2677)
Police Records 918-451-8200 Ext. 8502
Booking/Jailer 918-451-8352
Property Room 918-451-8844
School Resource Officers 918-451-8204
Animal Control/Shelter 918-259-8311
Action Center 918-258-3587
Community Permitting and Licensing 918-259-8333
Street Light Outage (PSO) 1-888-216-3523
Do Not Call List (Home and Cell) 1-888-382-1222
Equifax: 1-800-525-6285
Experian: 1-888-397-3742
Transunion: 1-800-680-7289
Stop Junk Mail: 1-888-567-8688

Sex Offender Registry

What's the Law?

By Federal Law, anyone convicted of a sex offense is required to register with the police department of the community in which he or she lives. Some of those sex offenders are required to register for life (Aggravated Sex Offenders).

As new offenders move into the city, or as current ones move out, the list is updated by the BA Police Department. The Broken Arrow Police Department provides registration information for offenders living within the city limits of Broken Arrow, OK, to the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.

Oklahoma law requires all convicted sex offenders to register their current address with the local law enforcement agency.

Sex offender information is provided from registration information and is made available to the public pursuant to Oklahoma Statutes Title 57 OS 1991

If you have information that one of these registered sex offenders may not be living at the listed address, or information on any suspicious behavior, please contact Detective Sergeant Ian Buchanan or the Records Supervisor Tanya Dauer of the BA Police Department.


Meth Information

What is Meth?

Methamphetamine or Meth was first considered as "poor man's cocaine." It is produced in clandestine (hidden) laboratories, using common household chemicals in conjunction with cold remedies sold over the counter, or by using chemicals purchased through the Internet.

Effects of Meth

The effects are similar to cocaine, with users experiencing a sense of increased energy and euphoria, but the duration of the high lasts much longer-from 6 to 14 hours. Meth abusers usually inject or smoke high levels of the drug every 2 or 3 hours during the day. They consume the drug continuously. This often results in the abuser staying awake for several days and experience extreme irritability, sleep deprivation, increased nervousness, anxiety, paranoia, hallucinations and violent or erratic behavior.

Dangers of Meth Labs

Fewer than 10% of those arrested for manufacturing Meth are trained chemists. Meth laboratory operators or "cooks" usually are individuals who have little or no chemical training and simply learned the formula from other Meth cooks or the Internet.

Many of the chemicals found in these labs are very corrosive or flammable. The vapors that are emitted from the chemical reactions attack mucous membranes, skin, eyes, and respiratory tract. Some chemicals will react with water or other chemicals and cause a fire or explosion.

In addition to the risk of explosive gases, chemical contamination from the hazardous waste of these labs poses a serious threat to the environment and to the health of unsuspecting citizens in nearby communities. Each pound of Meth manufactured in a clandestine lab generates up to 5 or more pounds of toxic waste. Clandestine lab operators routinely dump such waste into local streams, rivers, and sewage systems in order to cover up the evidence of their illegal operation. Moreover, chemical reactions that occur during the manufacture of Meth produces hazardous vapors that can permeate walls, carpet, plaster and even the wooden structure of the building.