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Frequently Asked Questions - Court Forms
Karen Nichols, Accounting Supervisor
800-522-8017 ext 2966
Please feel free to contact us with any questions you might have.
Thank you for your collection efforts in support of law enforcement activities.
The list of civil filing fees allows Court Clerks to charge and retain an Additional Administrative fee of 10% above OSBI's portion to help cover the costs of collecting and apportioning the fees. This is in addition to any court costs directly assessed to the offender.
On-Line Fees: Enter actual amount collected into the fee entry line in the subtotal field. Paper forms: Partial fee collections should be reported as a decimal. The amount paid is divided by the fee amount to arrive at the number to report using three places to the right of the decimal point; for example: Total Forensic Fees amount collected = $611.23 divided by $5 for each fee = 122.246 fees
A. On-Line Entry can be accessed in the Court Fee Reporting page.
B. Paper Forms: After completing the on-line form, print it out and forward it along with remittance to OSBI to the address indicated at the bottom of the form.
Do not send in-house report forms unless they are formatted with the detail information required.
AFIS, Forensic, Laboratory and DNA fees may be combined in one check. Do not include ODIS fees with Assessment fee payments.
Please make sure to complete all contact information. Indicate the month reported. Please do not staple checks to the forms.
OSBI collects AFIS, Forensic and Laboratory Analysis & DNA fees. Penalty Assessment Fees are collected by CLEET. Link to CLEET website: http://www.cleet.state.ok.us/
Monthly reporting is required for AFIS and Forensic fees by both Municipal and County Courts even if there was no activity for the period. Fees are due by the 15th of the following month.
Monthly reporting is required for Laboratory and DNA fees for all County Courts. Municipal Courts report the activity only if fees were collected within reporting month.