Across the state Sexual Violence Prevention Educators strive to prevent, eliminate and reduce instances of sexual violence, sexual assault, and rape while promoting healthy relationships and non-violent interactions.The target audience for these educators youth between the ages of 10-24.17 You are considered a minor (someone who is not an adult) if you are under 18 years old. This is a legal status that lawmakers created for your protection. Oklahoma, Tulsa and Cleveland Counties have the most.
Use the interactive map below to learn more about prevention efforts in your community, how you can become involved and how you can contact a Sexual Violence Prevention Educator in your area.
Syphilis, once the modern scourge, is spreading again with the help of modern technology. "We've had a dramatic increase," said RN Jan Fox with the Oklahoma State Health Department.
"We've been increasing since 2012 in syphilis cases." There were 151 documented cases of syphilis in 2014.
Oklahoma sex offenders should be accustomed by now to the living restrictions which the Oklahoma legislature has forced upon them; however, the new 2012 Oklahoma sex offender registration changes will adversely affect more than a few citizens of Oklahoma.
Beginning November 1, 2012, Section 590 of Title 57 of the Oklahoma Statutes will contain a provision which further imposes restrictions on the living conditions of those convicted of an Oklahoma sex crime.