Mutual aid agreement signed

Team Radio Marketing Group - January 10, 2017 9:46 am

A renewal of the mutual aid agreement was signed Tuesday morning between local law enforcement and Phillips 66.

Jim Kelly representing Phillips 66, Ponca City Police Chief Don Bohon and Kay County Sheriff Steve Kelly discussed and signed the agreement this morning. Both law enforcement agencies will respond in case of an emergency.

Phillips 66 is located outside of the city limits of Ponca City in Kay County, but in such close proximity that the officers of Ponca City Police Department would likely be the first law enforcement agency on site.

The Kay County Sheriff’s Office, Phillips 66 and the Ponca City Police Department have emergency communication procedures in place to coordinate an event for response if needed.


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