OK Law Enforcement Partners Launch New Reporting App

Mike Seals - November 2, 2020 7:19 pm

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Local, state, tribal and federal law enforcement partners are launching a new application for android and apple users that is designed to report suspicious activity. ‘SeeSayOK’ is a secure way for Oklahomans to report activity that is unusual or alarming.

Making a report through SeeSayOK is quick and easy. It can be done through the free app or online at seesayok.com, and it typically takes less than five minutes. The app is user-friendly and allows a reporting party to include images.

Although a user can remain anonymous, providing contact information allows for follow up questions. For those who wish to report by phone, that is possible by calling (405) 842-8547.

SeeSayOK is not designed to report emergencies. To report an emergency, call 9-1-1.

Making a false report to a law enforcement agency is a violation of state law.


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