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

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Neb. —

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.

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