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Jail Trust hears updates on COVID, Juvenile detainee decertification

The Oklahoma County Jail Trust was informed about the current status of COVID in the Oklahoma County Detention Center (Jail).

Juvenile Task Force delivers recommendations to County Commissioners

The Oklahoma County Commissioners heard recommendations from the Juvenile Task Force and hired attorneys for two detention officers.
Oklahoma County Jail

State Health Department decertifies Oklahoma County Jail to hold juveniles

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has notified Oklahoma County Jail admins that the facility can no longer hold juveniles.
City Council

City Council hires lawyers for OKCPD Chief, officers in Rodriguez lawsuit

City Council for Oklahoma City has hired outside legal counsel for the OKCPD Chief and five officers in the Stavian Rodriguez civil lawsuits.
Stavian Rodriguez

Legal defense requested for OKC Police Chief, officers in Rodriguez death

OKC Municipal Counselor is requesting $100,000 to hire outside legal counsel to defend the Police Chief and five officers in shooting death.
Oklahoma County Office Building

Okla County Commissioners approve millions in new fiscal year spending

The Oklahoma County Board of County Commissioners approved a wide range of spending on agreements that went into effect July 1.
aquatic center

City of OKC Community pools start odd-even schedule Fri, July 2

Closed for a time because the City of OKC was having trouble finding lifeguards and other staff, two community pools will open Friday, July 2.
Municipal Courthouse

Reduced costs to clear City of OKC warrants extended to Dec. 31

The City Council of Oklahoma City has extended the deadline for clearing old tickets that may be causing a warrant to be out for your arrest.
Oklahoma City Council

Council recognizes Pride Week, continues ticket amnesty, ends fiscal year

The City Council of Oklahoma City met for the final time during the 2021 Fiscal Year Tuesday, June 22, 2021.

Jail Trust reconvenes with new leadership, new civility, new jail contracts

The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority or Jail Trust met for the first fully in-person meeting in months under new leadership.