This is a legal form that was released by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections - a government authority operating within Oklahoma. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is the purpose of Form OP-160901?
A: Form OP-160901 is the Parole Absconder Checklist used in Oklahoma.
Q: What does the term 'parole absconder' mean?
A: A parole absconder is a person who has violated the terms of their parole by leaving the jurisdiction or failing to report to their parole officer.
Q: What is the purpose of the Parole Absconder Checklist?
A: The Parole Absconder Checklist is used to track and locate parole absconders in Oklahoma.
Q: Who uses the Parole Absconder Checklist?
A: The Parole Absconder Checklist is used by law enforcement agencies and parole officers in Oklahoma.
Q: What information is included in the Parole Absconder Checklist?
A: The Parole Absconder Checklist includes personal information, physical descriptions, and details of the parolee's violations.
Q: How can someone report a parole absconder?
A: If you have information about a parole absconder, you should contact your local law enforcement agency or the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.
Q: What are the potential consequences for a parole absconder?
A: Consequences for a parole absconder can include arrest, imprisonment, and the revocation of parole.
Q: Is a parole absconder considered a fugitive?
A: Yes, a parole absconder is considered a fugitive as they have violated the terms of their parole and are actively avoiding capture.
Download a printable version of DOC Form OP-160901 Attachment B by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.