Office of the District Attorney, District 12 | Community Resources
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Community Resources

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To reach the District 12
Bogus Check:  (918) 923-4532
or
DA Supervision: (918) 923-4593
Office Hours:  8:30a-noon & 1p-4:30pm Monday-Friday, closed holidays

Visit iKeepSafe to learn more about keeping children safe online.  There’s also a youth section where kids can watch entertaining cartoons while learning valuable lessons about staying safe online.

Child Abuse Statewide Hotline   (800) 522-3511

Department of Corrections Victims Services     (405) 962-6142

National Organization for Victim Assistance    (202) 232-6682

Cherokee Nation One Fire
The Cherokee Nation is dedicated to combating the epidemics of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse, not only in tribal communities, but also in the surrounding communities. The ONE FIRE Victim Services office is at 215 S. Muskogee Ave. in Tahlequah. Victims of sexual assault or violence can call the emergency hotline at 866-458-5399 or Cherokee Nation ONE FIRE officials at 918-453-5113.

Click here to see the most recent scam alerts from the Federal Trade Commission.  Also visit this page to sign up for scam alerts from the FTC directly to your email inbox.

File a complaint about Internet crime with the Internet Crime Complaint Center, IC3.  Learn Internet Crime Prevention Tips from the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center.

Protect yourself and your family by staying up-to-date on the latest schemes and scams with the Better Business Bureau Scam Stopper.  Sign up to receive “Scam Alerts” from the Better Business Bureau.

Click here to learn how to prevent identity theft and the steps to take if you do become a victim.

Contact the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to file a complaint or search for information and many financial products and services including:  Mortgage, debt collection, credit reporting, bank account or service, credit card, money transfer, payday loan, student loan and vehicle or other consumer loan.

Craig County

Click here to visit the Craig County Emergency Management website.

Report child abuse by calling your local law enforcement agency or by calling the Abuse and Neglect Hotline:
1 (800) 522-3511

The Children’s Advocacy Center exists to provide support to victims of child abuse and their families. The Center serves children in need from Craig County and is located in Claremore.

Mayes County

The Children’s Advocacy Center exists to provide support to victims of child abuse and their families. The Center serves children in need from Mayes County and is located in Claremore.

Report child abuse by calling your local law enforcement agency or by calling the Abuse and Neglect Hotline:
1 (800) 522-3511

Rogers County

Rogers County residents can sign up for the Emergency Alert System.  It’s free and provides alerts for tornado and blizzard warnings, road closures and water outages.

Please register your storm shelter in Rogers County by calling (918) 923-4795

The Children’s Advocacy Center exists to provide support to victims of child abuse and their families. The Center serves children in need from Rogers County and is located in Claremore.

Report child abuse by calling your local law enforcement agency or by calling the Abuse and Neglect Hotline:
1 (800) 522-3511