OK Chief Says Community Policing Cuts Crime

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Violent crime and property crime were both down 4 percent in Oklahoma City in the first half of 2017, Police Chief Bill Citty told the city council, The Oklahoman reports. Crime is down, though residents' perception of safety is unchanged from last year he said. Citty's presentation precedes a vote on a quarter-cent sales tax increase to help fund an additional 129 . . .

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