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Oklahoma's public safety agencies seek funds to keep workers' pay competitive

January 25, 2022 3:18 PM | OEHA (Administrator)

Oklahoma‚Äôs public safety agencies are struggling to find enough workers and officials hope to address the problem this year with pay raises, recruitment programs and mental health support services, according to agency budget presentations heard by state lawmakers last week.

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is losing troopers to other law enforcement agencies with higher pay and seeing a rise in retirements due to mental health issues. 

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