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University police chief tapped for missing persons post


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A Cherokee Nation citizen who is a veteran law enforcement officer was selected to serve as Oklahoma's Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Coordinator, Oklahoma's three U.S. attorneys announced in a joint statement on Wednesday.

Patti Buhl is a 25-year law enforcement veteran who most recently served as police chief of Northeastern State University in Tahlequah. She previously worked with the Cherokee Nation Marshal Service, according to a release announcing her hire.

"The joint MMIP coordinator will maximize the collaborative efforts of the three Oklahoma United...

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