‘We Need To Hit The Panic Button,” Metro Law Enforcement Agencies Report Low Staffing Levels


Law enforcement agencies sound the alarm on what they describe as critically low staffing.

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said it negotiated a new contract to try and combat losses to other agencies.

Meantime, the Omaha police union said it’s expecting a record number of officers to leave at the end of the year.

Continue reading at www.ketv.com

More from The Latest News.