Chief of Police, Micheal Longhat

Chief of Police, Micheal Longhat, began his law enforcement career as a Police Officer for the Bureau of Indian Affairs-Office of Justice Services Anadarko Agency in 2000. Chief of Police Longhat attended the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Artesia, New Mexico where he completed the Basic Police Officer Training Academy through the Bureau of Indian Affairs. COP Longhat was assigned to numerous specialized units throughout his law enforcement career involving the Patrol Division, School Resource Police Officer, Field Training Officer, Bike Patrol including numerous Law Enforcement Instructor certifications. COP Longhat was promoted to Patrol Division Sergeant in 2009 and then to Lieutenant in 2010. In 2013 COP Longhat was promoted to Chief of Police for the Anadarko Agency. COP Longhat has provided patrol division and administrative duties across Indian Country serving various tribal nations/tribes within the BIA-OJS service areas. COP Longhat's academic achievements include: Associate degree in Police Science (COPS Program certification) at Oklahoma State University in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice at Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma. COP Longhat is a graduate of the Federal Law Enforcement Criminal Investigator Training Academy in Glynco, Georgia. COP Longhat and his staff currently provides law enforcement services to 6 different tribes within the Anadarko Agency area located in SW Oklahoma.