• FOP encourages voters to approve proposal for more officers

    Published: June 12, 2017 By: Karl Torp, News9 Watch Video OKLAHOMA CITY – The Fraternal Order of Police has launched a campaign aimed at hiring more police officers in Oklahoma City. The campaign is encouraging voters to approve a plan to extend the MAPS penny sales tax which would increase funding for public safety. The vote would be […]

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  • FOP launches campaign to bring more officers to OKC

    Published: June 12, 2017 By: Crystal Price, KOCO Watch Video OKLAHOMA CITY —The Oklahoma City Fraternal Order of Police has launched an online campaign asking for city officials to approve a sales tax initiative to help hire more officers. FOP officials said it’s been several decades since they’ve hired more officers, and it’s taking a […]

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  • OKC setting priorities for bond, sales tax proposals

    Published: May 30, 2017 By: Brian Brus, The Journal Record OKLAHOMA CITY – City Council members will ask residents for their feedback on a $1.1 billion package of bond issue and sales tax proposals leading to a citywide vote in September. The vast majority of the package, $967 million, would be acquired under a general obligation bond […]

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