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Map of Tulsa's December 2019 Calls by citizens for police response

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SlugSlinger, Jan 14, 2020.

  1. SlugSlinger

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    PRIORITIZATION OF CALL TYPES FOR RESPONSE:

    0 Officer in Need of Emergency Assistance

    1 Alarms – Holdup Human Life in Danger Weapons Calls

    2 Property/People Crimes IP Weapons – No Crime

    3 Missing Persons (Juv./Elderly) Suspicious Calls Disturbances – Fight Trouble Unknown

    4 Will Files Hazards Alarms – Intrusions

    5 People Crime Report Calls Non-Injury Accidents (in street)

    6 Property Crime Report Calls Non-Injury Accidents (off street) Attempt to Contact Missing Persons

    7 Receive Information Parking Violations Abandoned Vehicles

    8 Informational Calls (COS, etc.) Firework Calls Mark for Tow

    9 Telephone Report Calls (TRO)
     
  2. p238shooter

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    Lived in Tulsa most of my life. This makes me glad I decided to move to the country in 1995. In the 60's and 70's Tulsa was a big city with small town ways. Lot of changes. Now it seems to be just another big city.
     
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    You are correct in your assessment. When I moved to Tulsa in the late 1970's Tulsa was a BIG SMALL TOWN. Then in the 1990's I saw it morph into a LITTLE BIG CITY with BIG CITY Problems.
     

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