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Norman police implement YouTube channel

Crime tips and other communication are encouraged from Norman residents on the police department's new YouTube channel.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: June 15, 2012

The Norman Police Department has implemented a YouTube channel as part of its ongoing effort to work in partnership with the community.

Police intend to use YouTube for a variety of purposes, according to a news release, including police employee recruiting, seeking crime-related tips or leads from the public and to increase the department's transparency and communication within the community.

“Our goal is really to improve our communication,” Police Chief Keith Humphrey said.

The department already has posted a few videos, including a police officer recruiting spot, the April 13 tornado and the “My Body … My Life” program.

To access the YouTube site, go to

Norman residents who have questions or suggestions on this or any other topic can call 321-1600 and ask for Capt. Tom Easley.


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