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Oklahoma City Police Department spread holiday cheer with partnership with OKDHS

Though we often think of Santa’s merry elves dressed in green with pointy-toed slippers, sometimes they are actually dressed in police uniforms or carrying state-issued badges.

That was the case a couple weeks ago when five children received bicycles donated to the Oklahoma City Police Department that were delivered by officers and OKDHS employees who had helped make the holidays a little brighter for families facing challenges. The month before those same families also received their Thanksgiving turkey dinners from OKDHS as a little extra support.

As 2020 has proven again and again, sometimes we all need a little help. We are thankful to the OKCPD, NorthCare, our own employees, and many other community partners who have stepped forward again and again to support families in need.

#ourOKDHS wishes you and yours a very happy holiday season!

Latasha Davis (center) and her children were so excited to receive new bikes from (left to right) Carrie Strutton with OKDHS and Capt. Fredrickson and Officer Putnam with the OKCPD.

Last Modified on Nov 18, 2022
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