Tulsa Police officers and nine other local law enforcement and tribal agencies are scheduled to deliver around 80 computers to at-risk children in Tulsa on Thursday. The computers will be used by roughly 200 children in the area.
The deliveries are part of an annual christmas program that sees law enforcement agencies teaming with the founder of PC Power, a Tulsa-based company that builds computers for the local community. The founder is a retired Tulsa police officer.
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