- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 28, 2015

July 28—The Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police recently announced the Norman Police Department earned first place in its class for the 2015 Oklahoma Law Enforcement Challenge.

The Oklahoma Law Enforcement Challenge (Chiefs Challenge) is a competition between similar size and types of law enforcement agencies within Oklahoma. It recognizes and rewards the best overall traffic safety programs in the state.

The areas scored include efforts to enforce traffic laws and to educate the public about occupant protection and child restraints, impaired driving, speeding and motorcycle safety issues. The winning programs are those that successfully combine officer training, public awareness, and enforcement strategies to reduce crashes and injuries within their respective jurisdictions.

More information on the Chiefs Challenge can be found on the OACP website okchiefs.org/.


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