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  • Tulsa’s Crime Prevention Network kicks off a new program Wednesday morning, dubbed “Coffee With Cops.” The inaugural event will feature a chance to speak with TPD Chief Chuck Jordan. CPN is a non-profit which runs programs like Crime Stoppers and Alert Neighbors. Its executive director is former city councilor Karen Gilbert, who was chosen to lead CPN last September. “We’re super excited that (for) our very first ‘Coffee With Cops,’ our special guest will be Police Chief Chuck Jordan. He’s agreed to come out and be here so that people, residents of Tulsa, can come by and have a cup of coffee with him and share their concerns with him,” she told KRMG Monday. “There’s no agenda for the program, all we want is for people to swing by our office and meet and greet with Chuck Jordan.” The event runs from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. at the CPN office, which is located on the ground floor of Promenade Mall (41st and Yale), at the west end. Gilbert says they plan to make this an ongoing program. The coffee is free, thanks to Chick-Fil-A which is sponsoring the event along with CPN. 
  • The City of Broken Arrow will cut the ribbon on its newest park facility at 2 p.m. on Wednesday. Located at 709 Magnolia Ct., Reflection Park is dedicated to victims of the Bever family murders and the first responders at the tragic crime scene.  In 2017, private donors from Broken Arrow and throughout the Tulsa metro area gave $50,000 to purchase the house, which was demolished after a fire broke out in the then vacant home. City Councilor Mike Lester led the successful fundraising campaign to turn the property into a memorial park and garden, after the brutal killing of five Bever family members in July 2015.  After a tranquil gathering to mark the beginning of the project in May 2018, the City used mostly donated supplies and labor to construct a small walking path, garden and gazebo on the site, which connects to the City’s existing Indian Springs Mini Park behind the property. 
  • Tulsa plays host to the 2019 Cybersecurity Leadership & Technology Summit. The summit takes place March 24th - March 26th. Several speakers will be featured, including former CIA Director John Brennan. The KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter goes in-depth on cyber security with experts in the field this morning at 8am. Listen Live here Click here for more on Tulsa Cyber Summit 2019