Title 377. Office of Juvenile Affairs
OAC 2011 Full Edition - All Chapters*.
Chapter 1. Function and Structure of the Office of Juvenile Affairs
Chapter 3. Administrative Services
Chapter 5. Release from Institutional Placement
Chapter 10. Office of Juvenile Affairs
Chapter 15. Community-Based Youth Services
Chapter 25. Juvenile Services Unit
Chapter 30. Residential Services
Chapter 35. Institutional Services.
OAC 2014 Supplement* - Contains changes to the Rules that happened in 2012, 2013, and 2014.
2015 Permanent Rules:
2015 Permanent Rules* - Contains changes to the Rules that happened in 2015.
-(NEW!)-Proposed 2016 Rules:
Proposed 2016 Rules* - Comment Period Feb. 16 to March 17, 2016.
Rule Impact Statements - Chapters 1, 3, and 25.
* Please note: The Full Edition must be viewed with the latest Supplement and all of the latest Emergency Rules to ensure viewing of the latest version.
* Official publications are provided by the Secretary of State as follows:
- Full editions of the OAC are published every five years and
- Supplements are published annually.
Please visit the OJA Administrative Rules page for more information.
JLynn Hartman, Office of Juvenile Affairs, Director of Government Relations, 3812 N. Santa Fe Ave., Ste. 400, Oklahoma City, OK 73118, (405) 530-2866, or e-mail.
|Oklahoma State Statutes All Titles.
Title 10. Children
Title 10A. Children and Juvenile Code
Article 1. Oklahoma Children's Code
Article 2. Oklahoma Juvenile Code
Chapter 1. General Provisions
Chapter 2. Custody and Court Provisions
Chapter 3. Detention
Chapter 4. Juvenile Bureaus
Chapter 5. Treatment of Serious Acts
Chapter 6. Records
Chapter 7. Juvenile Justice
Chapter 8. Juvenile Sex Offender
Chapter 9. Interstate Compact for
Chapter 10. Oklahoma Mentoring Children of
Incarcerated Parents Program
SB679 (2013) - Senate Bill from the Juvenile Justice Reform Committee. Contains changes to individualized treatment plans, custody, jurisdiction, preliminary inquiry, diversion services, warrants, interrogations, hearings, orders, as well as other modifications and recodifications. Effective November 1, 2013.
SB929 (2014) - Allows for OJA to release agency records to certain persons without a court order (10A O.S., § 2-6-105). Provides that OJA shall have standing to seek review, including appellate review, of any order directing OJA to take any action with regard to a Youthful Offender placed in OJA custody or supervision (10A O.S., § 2-5-212). Provides that when the court extends the custody of a delinquent child up to the age of nineteen, the child shall be considered a child during the extended time for the purposes of receiving services from OJA and for the purposes of secure detention (10A O.S., § 2-7-504). Clarifies the definition of "juvenile detention facility" and deletes the obsolete terminology of "training school" (multiple sections within Title 10A). Effective May 28, 2014.
SB1902 (2014) - New Law (10A O.S., § 2-7-504). Authorizes the Board of Juvenile Affairs to serve as the governing body of an OJA Charter School, pursuant to 70 O.S., § 3-130 et seq. The Board of Juvenile Affairs may promulgate rules necessary for the establishment and operation of the Charter School. The Executive Director shall provide for the administration and operation, and may employ and contract for instructional and administrative personnel necessary for the operation of the school, and/or for the terms and conditions of employment. Effective April 29, 2014.
Please visit the OJA Legislative page for more information
JLynn Hartman, Office of Juvenile Affairs, Director of Government Relations, 3812 N. Santa Fe Ave., Ste. 400, Oklahoma City, OK 73126, (405) 530-2866, or e-mail.