WNTPD Police Chief elected president of law enforcement association


Wyandotte Nation Tribal Police Department (WNTPD) Police Chief Ken Murphy was recently elected as President of the Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP).

Murphy has served on the Board for four years and his recent election is a two-year term. He was initially elected as the first Small & Rural Agency Representative and later served as Vice President before his election as President.

The OACP represent all law enforcement executive leaders and their administrative command staff personnel in promoting professionalism in law enforcement throughout Oklahoma.

It represents about 500 members across the state and also has an Indian Country Section representing many of the tribal agencies across the state.

The memberships consist of various agencies and state-wide municipal departments. OACP Members are federal, state, DPS, county, municipal, tribal, district attorneys, corporate security, campus, rail, air, transportation and more.

The objective of the OACP is to advance the science and art of law enforcement administration.

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