OKRSOL, or Oklahoma Reform Sex Offender Laws, was founded in 2010. It was created as a nonprofit advocacy organization in Oklahoma. The work began as the organization was introduced at our state capital as a voice for registered citizens. Within the years ahead, there were several victories seeing amendments made and legislative bills stopped. In 2013, OKRSOL represented again, as that voice, during an interim study on the registry at our capital, presenting facts and testimony versus the myths, fears, and hysteria.
In 2014, OKRSOL was incorporated with the state of Oklahoma as a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization. Its membership has always been strictly volunteer and is funded by donation only. OKRSOL is a state affiliate of NARSOL.
What We Do
OKRSOL advocates for the thousands of people in Oklahoma affected by the requirement to register with the state's sex offender registry. The collateral damages, caused by the registry and the restrictions that come with it, impact the lives of both the registrant and their families.
OKRSOL monitors the Oklahoma legislature every year and watches for both negative legislative bills to oppose and positive legislative bills to support. Through communication with legislators, the media, and the public, OKRSOL's aim is to prevent any harmful "sex offender" legislation from becoming new law and work to abolish negative and ineffective current laws.
Oklahoma State Capital Building