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Chief's Office
Police Department

The Chief's Office manages the department's day-to-day operation of the Oklahoma City Police Department.

Bill Citty photo

Bill Citty
Chief of Police

Bill Citty was appointed Chief by the City Manager in 2003, after more than 25 years service to the department. He succeeded M.T. Berry, who was named Assistant City Manager.

Several units report directly to the Chief's Office.

The Special Investigations Division includes the Special Projects Unit and the Criminal Intelligence Unit.

Criminal Intelligence includes Gang Intelligence and Gang Enforcement, the Criminal Intelligence Unit, Vice and the Computer Crimes Unit.

Special Projects includes Interdiction, Narcotics, Drug Courts and the COMIT program.

The Emergency Management Coordinator sets out procedures for field operations during major emergencies, such as severe weather and chemical spills.

The Public Information Office provides information to news media about crimes, crime statistics and other law enforcement-related information.

The Office of Professional Standards consists of the Internal Affairs Unit and the Public Integrity Unit.  They conduct investigations, as directed by the Chief of Police, of complaints against employees of the Oklahoma City Police Department, as well as City officials and City employees.

The Police Chaplain's Office provides spiritual assistance and counseling to officers and their families.