The district attorney’s office must inform crime victim that the have the right to use the automated notification system provided by the designated Oklahoma victim notification service provider for purposes of receiving information regarding the location of the defendant following an arrest, during a prosecution of the criminal case, during a sentence to probation or confinement, and when there is any release or escape of the defendant from confinement.
The Department of Corrections has to provide notice of the projected date of release of an inmate to the designated Oklahoma victim notification service provider within 60 days but not less than seven days prior to the projected date of release of the inmate.
Opinions of the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals designated for official publication must be published on the Oklahoma State Courts Network (OSCN) website. The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals is requested to provide notice of release of its opinion to all subscribers of record who have requested copies of opinions not less than two business days prior to publication of the opinion on the website. Notice to the parties will be made via electronic mail or on OSCN.
Prior to placement of any eligible inmate assigned to the Electronic Monitoring Program being placed in a community setting, the Department of Corrections must deliver a written notification to the sheriff and district attorney of the county and the chief law enforcement officer of any incorporated city or town in which the inmate is to be monitored and supervised under the program. The Department of Corrections must provide notice of the projected date of release of an inmate to the designated Oklahoma victim notification service provider within 60 days but not less than seven days prior to the projected date of release of the inmate.
HB 1680 amended 21 O.S. § 142A-2, 21 O.S. § 142A-13, & 57 O.S. § 510.9 and created 22 O.S. § 1071.1 & 57 O.S. § 360.1.