Group presents ideas for safer Tulsa to City Council
|Updated: 3/01 9:18 am
||Published: 2/28 4:44 pm
A public safety group formed after the quadruple murder in south Tulsa made recommendations to the Tulsa City Council Thursday night.
The Public Safety Intelligence Working Group says the city needs to spend more on the Crime Stoppers program to generate leads for investigators.
The group suggests putting Crime Stoppers information in utility bills to get the information to more people. They also say police need a new records system for easier processing and sharing among agencies.
They also recommended working with the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office in exploring options for a localized witness protection program.
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