OKLAHOMA CITY – A proposed jail trust has deputies and other employees at the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office worried about job cuts. On Thursday, they took their concerns to the people they’re meant to protect.
“To say that we are nervous about the future of the sheriff’s office will forever be changed is an understatement,” said Sgt. Paul Harmon, an investigator with the sheriff’s office and a member of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Fraternal Order of Police 155, in a press conference Thursday.
The fear comes as the propose jail trust gets closer to becoming a reality. The idea behind the trust is to transparently dole out funding to maintain and