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Organizations Hosting Public Forum to Discuss Recent Sexual Assaults

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Another meeting is being held Thursday evening for residents to discuss recent sexual assaults in the Tulsa area.

Organizers are hosting the meeting beginning at 6 p.m. at the All Souls Unitarian Church. This is the second meeting this week on Brookside for residents to talk about the serial sexual assault suspect who has attacked six women since May.

The Domestic Violence Intervention Services organization in Tulsa is joining together with the Crime Prevention Network for the meeting. A personal safety class will be offered for anyone interested during tonight's activities.

At this time, police have not made any arrests in the investigation. Previous reports from KTUL state that there hasn't been another reported incident since the last one happened last week.

Earlier this week, the Brookside Neighborhood Association hosted their own forum. Officials with the City of Tulsa, the TPD and the Crime Prevention Network were there to answer questions from the residents.


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