A free seminar on the Oklahoma Open Meetings and Open Records Act is set for 1 p.m. Dec. 12 in the auditorium of Building 100, Great Plains Technology Center, 4500 W. Lee.
The seminar, part of a series of six statewide meetings, is open to the public and requires no pre-registration. The meetings are a collaboration between the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office, the Oklahoma Press Association and Freedom of Information Oklahoma.
Attorneys who attend are eligible to receive continuing legal education credit hours. Law enforcement officials are eligible to receive three continuing education credit hours from the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training.
School board members and superintendents are eligible to receive three continuing education credit hours from the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Technology center board members can earn three continuing education credit hours from the State Department of Career and Technology Education.
Additional information is available through the Oklahoma Press Association, 888-815-2672; or Attorney General Mike Hunter’s communication office via Communications Director Alex Gerszewski, 405-522-3116 or firstname.lastname@example.org.