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Civil Rights Enforcement
Civil Rights Enforcement Unit
The Office of Civil Rights Enforcement is dedicated to enforcing Oklahoma’s anti-discrimination laws, providing educational resources and partnering with the public to positively and proactively advance the cause of civil rights for the equal benefit and enjoyment of all Oklahomans.
The Office of Civil Rights Enforcement (OCRE) is a unit of the Attorney General's Office that is dedicated to:
- Educating the public regarding anti-discrimination rights and responsibilities.
- Partnering with the public to positively and proactively advance the cause of civil rights for the equal benefit and enjoyment of all Oklahomans.
- Enforcing the Oklahoma Anti-Discrimination Act, Okla. Stat. tit. 25, §§ 1101-1706, which prohibits discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodation, and enforcing other civil rights related laws.
- Accepting, serving, and reporting on complaints of racial profiling by state, county, and municipal law enforcement.
To file a complaint or to obtain more information:
- Complaint Forms
- Where to Submit a Complaint
- Outreach and Educational Events
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Annual Reports
If you have questions or concerns not resolved by the information provided on the links above, please call (405) 521-3921 for assistance.