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Omaha Nebraska Police Station Address: 505 S 15th St, Omaha, NE 68102


10 hours ago
@MykMykmo1 I never bite and tell. I am a gentleman! via @OPDK9TYE

11 hours ago
I had to search outside tonight and got some stickers in my fur. But when I got home Grandma was here and she gently picked them all out. Oh and Bad guy went to jail so win win. #OPD via @OPDK9TYE https://t.co/wcmAZFJxsg

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17 hours ago
Please remember the “move over law”. It requires motorists to move over if they come upon an emergency vehicle parked on any multi-lane road. The goal is to protect law enforcement officers and emergency workers. We have had too many close calls especially on the interstate #opd https://t.co/jOT8MgJ9FO

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24 hours ago
Is 🍕the new 🍩?? Stop by @PizzaUrWay on January 27th & 28th to help @FRFOmaha support our local first responders. 20% of all proceeds go to the foundation. #OPD can’t wait to see you there! via @OPDKelsey https://t.co/J7SW6ooPWb

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1 day ago
Okay #Omaha I’m going to bed. I don’t want to wake up and read on Twitter that you played demolition derby again on your way to work. Let’s not make it a trifecta for canceling accidents. #opd #RoadsMayBeSlick #relaxAndSmileItIsFriday via @OPDLTOetter

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Omaha Police Department19 hours ago

At the start of each new year, Chief Schmaderer presents crime statistics and sets goals for the upcoming year. In 2017, the reduction in some violent crimes is a direct result of the support and assistance we get from our community.

Last year, we also recorded the lowest number of citizen complaints in our department’s history. Thank you for the support and thank you for communicating with us. We could not have done it without the countless Crime Stoppers tips, Facebook messages, re-tweets and much more. We are a team and we rely on you to share information with us. Looking forward to 2018, we hope to continue this trend.

http://www.omaha.com/news/crime/police-chief-community-engagement-leads-to-less-violent-crime-fewer/article_a35881e8-fbe1-11e7-8cc1-d7c4d70adadf.html

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Omaha Police Department3 days ago

Have you seen her?

12-year-old Paw Ku was last seen on January 9th near 51st and Maple Street. Paw is 5 feet tall, weighs 100 pounds and has blonde hair with brown eyes and was last seen wearing a pink sweater.

Our Special Victims Unit has been actively searching for Paw Ku, but have exhausted all of their leads. We are now turning to you for help. It is our hope that our community will see this post and come together to help our officers in their search. If you see her or have any information on where she may be, please call 911 immediately.

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Omaha Police Department3 days ago

We all know winter weather can be unpredictable and cause hazardous driving conditions. Lately, traffic accidents have been among our top calls. When numbers get this high, we will issue an accident alert.

You may see our officers tweeting about #AccidentAlert. (Follow @OmahaPolice on twitter for morning commute updates). When you see this alert issued, it means the volume of accidents outweigh the number of available responding officers. Our officers will still respond to injury accidents, but we ask that people involved in property damage accidents exchange information and move their vehicles to the side of the road. Our officers will be happy to help you complete a report at a later time. Please have your license, registration and insurance.

Ideally, we would like to stop issuing these alerts. We ask all drivers to use caution when on the road and be a safe driver. Check out this link below for some winter driving tips from the National Safety Council, Nebraska.

http://www.nsc.org/learn/safety-knowledge/Pages/news-and-resources-winter-your-car-and-you.aspx

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Winter Driving

Winter driving can be harrowing. Learn how to winterize your car, and how to handle the ice and snow. Get more information here: http://www.nsc.org/learn/saf
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Omaha Police Department4 days ago

This story is getting a lot of attention today.

Governor Pete Ricketts announced that he will back a proposal to increase speed limits on I-80 and state highways.

Governor Ricketts announced his support of the legislative bill in a Facebook live event. He explained that the proposal would raise the speed limit on I-80 between Omaha and Lincoln in addition to rural highways and expressways.

What you think of the proposed changes?

http://www.omaha.com/news/metro/bill-would-raise-speed-limit-mph-on-most-nebraska-highways/article_4b5029c2-fae4-11e7-8d3c-affe9a07d629.html

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Omaha Police Department5 days ago

Today marks the four-year anniversary of the tragic shooting that resulted in the death of 5-year-old Payton Benson. On January 15, 2014, several gang members indiscriminately opened fire at a person who they thought was a rival gang member near 45th and Emmet Street. One of those bullets shot though Payton’s home killing her. She was eating breakfast at the time.

We continue to reflect on the compassion and unity our community displayed. Many of you stepped forward to assist our department. Crime Stoppers tips were submitted almost immediately after the shooting. With leads from the public, and tireless work by the OPD Gang and Homicide Units, five people were ultimately arrested.

As we remember this day and remember Payton’s life we continue to stress the importance of a police department and community working together to help solve and reduce crime. Although we are left with the memories of tragic incidents such as this, we are encouraged by the willingness of citizens to reach out to us with information that can help solve these crimes, or even allow us to intervene before crimes occur.

To Payton’s family and loved ones, OPD continues to keep you in our thoughts.