|Chairman of the Board||Peggy Tobin Trice||ATF|
|President||John Gray||Warr Acres Police Dept.|
|Vice President||Mark Girten||Bethany Police Dept.|
|Sgt. at Arms||Curtis Underwood||Lawton Police Dept.|
|Central Region Director||Darron Neals||Oklahoma County Sheriffs Office|
|NW Region Director||Larry Lee||Harper County Sheriffs Office|
|SE Region Director||Justin Dodson||Poteau Police Department|
|SW Region Director||RC Roberts||District III Task Force|
|NE Region Director||Rusty Brown||Tulsa Police Department|
|Board Member||Brandon Baxley||Edmond Police Department|
|Board Member||Chad Johnson||OBN|
|Board Member||Brian Anderson||ATF|
|Board Member||Richard Harris||Tulsa County Juvenile Bureau|
|Board Member||Carrie Croy||DOC|
|Board Member||Paul Reynolds||Canadian County Sheriffs Office|
|Board Member||Jeff Morefield||Edmond Police Department|
To train and educate Law Enforcement, Communities Leaders, and Educators of the presence of gangs within our community.
One of the ways in which OGIA can assist these officers is by hosting annual training conferences. Experts in the field of gang activity are brought in from throughout the country to share their knowledge and experience with our members. The information provided to our members through the annual conference is passed on to the citizens of their communities in a variety of ways.
Our members speak at community groups and schools, meet with parents and school officials, and compile a handout that is given free-of-charge to these groups. OGIA has sponsored conferences for educators and school administrators, and hosted one-day conferences for both law enforcement and concerned citizens throughout the year.