Safety committee discusses T.E.AM.
Several topics were discussed Thursday by the Citizens Public Safety Oversight Committee during their monthly meeting, but the most heavily discussed topic was a Norman Police program with Norman Public Schools. T.E.A.M., or Teaching ...
Sex offender must move
After a Lexington resident called several media outlets Wednesday, the Lexington Police Department announced Thursday that a registered sex offender may no longer live in their community....
Celebrating police sergeant
Lots of hugs, laughter and tears were shared as Sgt. Jennifer Newell, her family, friends, coworkers and agencies and organizations from across the city came to celebrate her 21-year career as a Norman police officer....
Officer Newell retiring, but not done working
Norman Police Sgt. Jennifer Newell’s last day as a police officer is coming quickly, but her work for Oklahoma isn’t done yet. After serving 21 years as an officer, Newell is taking her experience in community relations and crime ...
Three police explorers place in competition
Three members of the Norman Police Explorers earned first-place and second-place awards Saturday in the Bartlesville Extreme Explorer Competition. Explorers Morgan Wardlow, Selena Moore and Sam Blunck captured two first-place awards and a ...
Author speaks at University of Oklahoma about antisemitism
International best-selling author Dr. Daniel Jonah Goldhagen spoke Monday at the University of Oklahoma about “The Globalization of Antisemitism.” Goldhagen discussed how anti-Semitism is a growing problem across the world. It is also ...
OBN provides Rx drop boxes to Noble, Lexington
NOBLE — The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics visited Noble and Lexington police departments Thursday, providing them with permanent drop boxes for the safe disposal of prescription drugs....
Local attorney to receive Courageous Lawyer award
Local attorney Micheal Salem recounted several “unpopular” cases he won over his 38 years of work, emitting glimpses of passion for his career and defending civil rights for Oklahomans. Salem is one of three Oklahoma attorneys selected by ...
Former chief to be inducted in Hall of Fame
Bill Henslee, former chief of police in Norman and Moore, will be inducted into the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Museum Hall of Fame next month. An induction ceremony will be 2 p.m. Dec. 14 at the Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi ...
Plea avoids trial
A Purcell man pleaded out Tuesday before a jury was selected for a first-degree murder trial in Cleveland County District Court. Richard Dean Lansdale, 38, was charged in 2012 conjointly with Russell Lee Blackwood for the murder of Gary ...
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