DUI Class Enrollment

DUI Class EnrollmentClick here to fill out your DUI class enrollment form.
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Assessment Enrollment

DUI Class EnrollmentClick here to submit your assessment enrollment form.
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Class Schedules

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Disclaimer:

Disclaimer: Oklahoma does not accept online DUI classes. If you are non-resident of the state and received a DUI in Oklahoma, you must get approval for your out of state class from Sharon Fernandez, Oklahoma Dept. of Mental Health and Substance Abuse at 1-405-522-3870.

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Contact us:

OKLAHOMA SAFETY CENTER
7950 E. 41street
Tulsa, OK 74
918-621-1600
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Shortly after your arrest, you should receive a letter from the Department of Public Safety that will include:

1.) Amount of reinstatement fee
2.) Date you are eligible to reinstate your license
3.) Instructions to obtain An Alcohol/Drug Assessment and follow the recommendations.

Call (918) 621-1600 to schedule an Alcohol/Drug Assessment. This evaluation MUST be performed by a counseling professional CERTIFIED by the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services as a DUI Assessor. At the end of your assessment, you will be given specific requirements to complete (DUI School, Victim's Impact Panel, treatment, etc.). When you finish the requirements, return proof of completion to the Assessor. At that time, a Certificate of Completion will be issued to you. This Certificate will bear an embossed seal and red stamp indicating the date all requirements have been satisfied. You will submit in person, or by mail an original of this certificate along with the reinstatement fee in money order made out to the DPS.

FAQ

Below is a list of our most frequently asked questions.  If you can't find your answer here, please give us a call at 621-1600, or click here to ask your question online.

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The office is open from 9:00am to 6:00pm Monday through Friday. 9:00am through 1:00pm on Saturday.

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An ignition interlock is a breathalyzer installed in your car. It is a requirement for a modified driver’s license.

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These are educational courses with a minimum of 10 or 24 hours.

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We are located at 7950 E. 41st Street.

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Only if you apply for a modified license. The DPS will inform you when you should have the interlock installed.

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Yes, the fee is $65.00.

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Yes. The fee is $300.00. This fee covers the initial assessment as well as the follow up.

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You or your attorney must apply for a driver’s license modification from the Department of Public Safety. They will inform you if you should have an interlock or breathalyzer installed in your car. Call DPS for more information 918-632-7710 or 405-425-2098. (Fees involved)

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You must wait the revocation period (usually 6 months) and either mail or take your assessment certificate (with the red stamp and embossed seal) to the department of public safety. Note: Revocation period may increase due to number of Alcohol/Drug arrest.

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You may enroll on our website or call directly to (918) 621-1600

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Assessments usually take between 1 ½ to 2 hours.

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For arrest prior to November 1, 2008 the rate of Assessment is a state fee of $175.00 For arrest after November 1, 2008 that rate is a state fee of $160.00. All fees are mandatory by the State Department of Public Safety.

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The basic reinstatement fee is $315. There may be additional charges. You should check with the DPS.

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You will still need a substance abuse evaluation for court. The fee is $75.00.

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If you had a drug conviction, the DPS will revoke your license.

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Yes. They are called Alcohol/Drug Substance Abuse Classes

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