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To leave a recorded message about drug violations or tips call 878-1682
 
For Law Enforcement Training or Law Enforcement use of the Firing Range contact 878-1725
        Jail phone number (405) 273-0043   ext.  2     
The Jail is located at Acme and Highway 177



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January is Stalking Awareness Month
1/6/2015

Myth:  “Only celebrities are stalked.”
Reality: 1.4 million people are stalked every year in the United States. T he vast majority of stalking victims are ordinary citizens

Myth: “Stalking is creepy but not dangerous.”
Reality: Stalking is creepy and dangerous. Three out of four women who were murdered by an intimate partner had been previously stalked by the killer.

Myth: “Stalking is annoying but not illegal.”
Reality: Stalking is a crime under the laws of all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the federal government.

Expires:2/1/2015

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Winter Weather Preparation Time is Now
11/5/2014
Winter weather will be here before we know it and it presents many safety challenges. Although staying indoors as much as possible can help reduce the risk of falls on the ice or traffic crashes, you may also face potential indoor hazards.

Being prepared and following safety precautions can help you stay safe and warm through the winter season. These simple, low-cost steps that individuals and families can take to be ready include setting aside emergency supplies, making a family emergency plan and staying informed about local conditions.

Additional winter safety tips include:

- Keep space heaters at least three feet from other objects and never leave space heaters unattended.
- Test all smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to make certain they are working properly.
- During a power outage, use flashlights as lighting sources.
- Avoid exertion as cold weather puts extra strain on your heart. Remember to stay hydrated as well.
- Make sure your home address is visible and take a few minutes to clear snow away from fire hydrants.
- When utilizing alternate heating sources, such as your fireplace, woodstove or space heater, take the necessary safety precautions.
- Keep a fire extinguisher handy; ensuring everyone knows how to use it properly.
- Use portable generators cautiously. Make sure they are operated only out-of-doors in a well ventilated area. Refuel a generator only after it has cooled. Do not connect your generator to your home’s electrical system except through an approved transfer switch installed in compliance with the local electrical code.

Be smart, get a head start!

Expires:2/28/2015

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