All media relations for the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (OHSO) and it's programs (ENDUI, OkieMoto etc) are handled by the Communications Manager. This position serves as the Public Information Manager for the agency and reports directly to the Director of the OHSO.

The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office compiles crash data from all law enforcement agencies in the state. If you are working on a story about crashes in a particular area, you can request crash data from the OHSO. Please note: These data are typically one calendar year behind. Requests for the current calendar year can be submitted, but numbers may be preliminary and incomplete.

Researchers, insurance companies, the media, and the public may request entire datasets for a calendar year. These data will not include VIN information or personal information of involved parties.

For copies of crash reports, please click the link to the right to be taken to the appropriate form.

Media Releases

  • Help Make Tuesday's Headline: 'Zero Fatalities on Memorial Day Weekend'

    The goal is simple this weekend; zero traffic-related fatalities in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office and the ENDUI program are partnering with law enforcement and the media across the state to make sure that happens.   Read More...

  • Click It or Ticket Campaign Kicks Off May 20

    As the Memorial Day holiday approaches, the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (OHSO) and Oklahoma law enforcement want to remind all drivers of the importance of seat belt use. The annual 'Click It or Ticket' campaign is a high-visibility enforcement effort that runs from May 20 to June 2, 2019. Aimed at enforcing seat belt use to help keep families safe, the national seat belt campaign runs concurrent with the busy travel season.   Read More...

  • ENDUI Patrols and Checkpoint Planned in Oklahoma County

    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol ENDUI team will be partnering with the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office and Oklahoma City Police Department for extra patrols on Friday, May 10.   Read More...

  • Checkpoints and Patrols Planned in Payne County

    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol will be joined by the Payne County Sheriff's Office, Stillwater Police Department, Oklahoma ABLE Commission, and the Oklahoma State University Police Department to conduct two checkpoints and several high-visibility patrols this week. The 28th annual "Calf Fry" music festival is set to kick off on Thursday evening. The ENDUI partners will also hit the street that evening to conduct a high-visibility patrol to catch impaired drivers.   Read More...

  • ENDUI Activity Planned for Tulsa, Creek Counties

    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) and the ENDUI team will partner with local law enforcement to conduct a sobriety checkpoint and saturation patrols in the Tulsa area on Saturday.The OHP and ENDUI team will be joined by members of the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office and the Oklahoma ABLE Commission to conduct a checkpoint in Tulsa.   Read More...

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Media Contact

Cody McDonell
Communications Manager 
Office: (405) 523-1577 
Cell: (405) 479-7637