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

  • 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...

  • Panhandle Law Enforcement Teams up to ENDUI

    The ENDUI team will partner with five agencies this weekend in the panhandle to get impaired drivers off the roads.The Oklahoma Highway Patrol's ENDUI team will partner with other troopers, the Beaver County Sheriff's Office, Texhoma Police Department, Goodwell Police Department, and the Woodward Police Department this Saturday. Other agencies in the area have been contacted and may participate in the effort.   Read More...

  • Don't Rely on Luck to Get Home Safe This St. Patrick's Day - Drive Sober

    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol ENDUI team will be partnering with law enforcement agencies across the state this St. Patrick's Day weekend to make sure you get home safe.   Read More...

  • State Highway 33 Safety Corridor set to begin Feb. 25

    The Energize for Safety Coalition, including representatives from the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Oklahoma Department of Transportation, local energy companies and law enforcement, is excited to announce the beginning of the 25-mile State Highway 33 (SH-33) Safety Corridor in Blaine and Kingfisher counties.   Read More...

  • ENDUI Patrols and Checkpoint Planned for Canadian County

    Members of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and the ENDUI team will partner with the Canadian County Sheriff's Office, and the Mustang and Yukon Police Departments to conduct high-visibility patrols and a checkpoint this Friday, Feb. 15.   Read More...

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Media Contact

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