Oklahoma City Police Chief Bill Citty

Oklahoma City Police Chief Bill Citty

About the Honoree

William Citty became Oklahoma City's 48th Chief of Police on October 24, 2003. He began his career with the Oklahoma City Police Department in 1977. Chief Citty worked throughout the Police Deparment including Patrol, Narcotics, Homicide, Campus Resource, Tactical Unit, and was the Public Information Officer during the Murrah bombing. Prior to becoming Chief of Police he served as Deputy Chief over the Administration Bureau. Chief Citty is a lifelong resident of Oklahoma City. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oklahoma State University and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, Senior Management Institute for Police, Federal Emergency Management Institute, and the National Executive Institute. Chief Citty is affiliated with numerous professional organizations including the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Major Cities Chiefs Association, Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police, Police Executive Research Forum and the FBI National Academy Associates.  He is also active in many community groups and serves on the Board of Directors for the American Red Cross, Youth Leadership Exchange, Leadership OKC, ReMerge, Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, YMCA, CARE Center Advisory Board, OSU/OKC Advisory Board, Oklahoma County Justice Reform Committee, Oklahoma State Fusion Center Board and the Governor's Appointee to the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training.