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Open Records

Overview

Open Records requests may be submitted via the following methods listed below.  An invoice in the amount of $0.25 per page for uncertified copies, $1.00 per page for certified copies, and $15.00 per CD for electronic copies of records will accompany your documents.  Costs of email return requests will be treated at $0.25 per page and will be uncertified copies.   

Requests Pertaining To Breath Test(S)/Data And/Or Refusal(S)/Data

Pursuant to Oklahoma Statute 51 O.S. §24.5A(1)(c); personal information within driver records is confidential and protected. The Federal Driver’s Privacy Protection Act (DPPA), 18 U.S.C. § 2721-2725, regulates access to personal information obtained from motor vehicle records. Under 18 U.S.C. § 2721-2725 and 51 O.S. §24.5A(1)(c), the Oklahoma Board of Tests for Alcohol and Drug Influence will make records containing personal information obtained from motor vehicle records available to a qualified Requester based on the Requester’s certification that the Requester is authorized to obtain and use the records pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 2721-2725.

No open record requests requesting personal information pertaining to a driver record shall be released without the following form, BOT ADM 3.2, accompanying the request.

In order to ensure that the correct breath testing records are returned in a timely manner pursuant to the Oklahoma Open Records Act, Title 51 of the Oklahoma Statutes, please include the following information in your request:

  • Serial number of the device; 
  • Date of test

General Open Record Requests

All other requests including but not limited to correspondence, ignition interlock device certifications, service center inspections, etc. may also be requested utilizing the submission methods below.   Ignition interlock device records are not records of the Board; therefore, they do not fall under the Oklahoma Open Records Act.  The agency has view access authorization pursuant to the administrative rules regarding ignition interlock data.  The only statutory authorization for release at this time is to fulfill a request for ignition interlock history submitted to the agency by an IDAP participant on a DPS approved form.  Requestors may reach out to a manufacturer representative to discover their options and pathways to request this data.

Request Methods

Mail to:
The Board of Tests for Alcohol and Drug Influence
P.O. Box 36307
Oklahoma City, OK 73136-2307

Fax requests to:

(405) 425-2490

Email requests to:

bot@bot.ok.gov

 

Open Record Archive

 

2021    
November 9 Agenda Minutes
August 3 Agenda Minutes
May 18 Agenda Minutes
March 10 Agenda Minutes
February 9 CANCELLED  
2020    
November 10 Agenda Minutes
August 11 CANCELLED  
May 12 Agenda Minutes
February 25 Agenda Minutes
2019    
December 3 Agenda Minutes
November 12 CANCELLED  
August 13 Agenda Minutes
June 12 Agenda Minutes
May 14 Agenda Minutes
February 12 Agenda Minutes
2018    
November 6 Agenda Minutes
August 14 CANCELLED  
June 12 Agenda Minutes
February 27 Agenda Minutes
2017    
November 7 CANCELLED  
August 15 Agenda Minutes
June 13 Agenda Minutes
February 28 Agenda Minutes
2016    
November 1 Agenda Minutes
October 7 Agenda Minutes
September 20 Agenda Minutes
August 2 Agenda Minutes
May 3 Agenda Minutes
March 29 Agenda Minutes
March 24 CANCELLED  
February 2 Agenda Minutes

 

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