TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa Crimestoppers, along with the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office and other agencies, are holding a free shredding event and drug take back program on Saturday, April 27.
You can bring important documents to be shredded on-site with officers and deputies present.
Shred to Protect is a "safe way to destroy documents containing personal information." They will also be taking any expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs to prevent any pill abuse and theft.
Donations will be accepted at the event. Money goes toward the Tulsa Crime Prevention Network , which is a nonprofit that provides "valuable crime prevention education and safety awareness services" to residents.
You can stop by any time from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Tulsa Promenade Mall at the southwest corner between Macy's and McDonalds.
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