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Oklahoma City Police Unveil New Crime Stoppers Website, Features

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Oklahoma City police unveiled their new Crime Stoppers website Wednesday morning. It now has links to their social media pages, has a place for you to donate to the non-profit, and also has ways for you to submit a tip online.

This is a modernized website that interfaces with social media now, and Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow says social media has helped law enforcement a lot. It has helped solve crimes and has resulted in many arrests as well.

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