Restitution Division

Restitution Division
Restitution Definition

Sometimes victims will suffer monetary loss, medical expenses or property damage due to a crime. Should that happen to you, we will advocate on your behalf and ask the judge to hold the defendant accountable for restitution. It is important that you alert your Assistant District Attorney and/or Victim Advocate as soon as possible so that you may complete a restitution request form. Keep copies of all estimates, bills or statements and provide these to your Assistant District Attorney and/or Victim Advocate.

If the Court awards restitution to a victim, the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office will collect payments from defendants and disperse those payments to victims.

Instructions for Defendants ordered to pay restitution

If you have been ordered to pay restitution through the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office, please remit payments by way of a cashier’s check, money order or credit card. Credit card payments may be made in person at our office, at (use pay location code 4744) or by calling 1-888-604-7888 and using pay location code 4744. Please verify that all money orders and cashier’s checks are completely filled out with name, address and case number to ensure that payments are applied accurately. Contact our office with any questions or concerns.