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Boring was elected district attorney for District One in 2003. District One covers Cimarron, Texas, Beaver, and Harper counties. He has been a life-long resident of Texas County, graduating from Guymon High School and Panhandle State University. Boring earned his Juris Doctorate from Oklahoma City University in 1976 at which time he moved back to Guymon to practice private law. Governor Mary Fallin appointed Boring to the Commission in 2013.
Keith L. Humphrey
Humphrey accepted the position of chief of the Norman Police Department in June 2011. He began his police career with the Fort Worth Police Department and later worked for the Arlington Police Department. In January 2008, he became chief of police for Lancaster, Texas. He has a published research paper at the Newton Gresham Library at Sam Houston State University, serves as a consultant for promotion assessments, and continues to mentor and assist officers successfully prepare for promotional processes. He is a member of several organizations and is an adjunct professor at Langston University Oklahoma City campus. He was appointed to the Commission by Governor Fallin in 2014.
In 1994, Sheriff Vic Regalado began his law enforcement career with the Tulsa Police Department as a Patrol Officer assigned to what was then called the Northside Division. He continued his twenty-two year career with the Tulsa Police Department, working a variety of assignments to include Detective with the Homicide Unit, Northeastern Violent Crimes Task Force Officer and Supervisor of the Organized Gang Unit. Sheriff Regalado also served as an Operator with the Tulsa Police Department's S.W.A.T. team for approximately ten years.
Sheriff Regalado shared his expertise as a Field Training Officer, Academy Instructor and a CLEET Certified Instructor. He provided training on topics such as Officer Involved Shooting Investigations, Interviews and Interrogations, and Street Gangs and Subcultures. Sheriff Regalado also served on Officer Involved Shooting Review Boards. During his tenure with the Tulsa Police Department, Sheriff Regalado was awarded the Departments Medal of Valor as well as Lifesaving award. Sheriff Regalado was also the recipient of the 2010 Insurance Professionals of Tulsa Officer of the Year Award. Sheriff Regalado retired from the Tulsa Police Department as a Sergeant and supervisor of the Tulsa Police Department's Organized Gang Unit.
Sheriff Regalado was sworn in as Sheriff of Tulsa County on April 11, 2016, after winning the Special Election. He was re-elected during the General election and was again sworn into office in January of 2017.
Sheriff Regalado is responsible for maintaining Law and Order within the borders of Tulsa County and commands a full service Law Enforcement agency with over 600 personnel that includes detention, court services, and operations divisions.
Sheriff Regalado is honored to be a Board Member for Tulsa CASA, the Martin Luther King Commemoration Society as well as the Resonance Group.
Ron Cunningham is the Executive Vice President, Power Delivery and Technology, with Western Farmers Electric Cooperative and has worked for WFEC for more than 44 years beginning his employment in 1974.
Cunningham has worked in various positions at WFEC, including chief financial officer, general manager of Corporate Services, treasurer and financial risk officer, general manager of Transmission and Distribution Services, and vice president of Power Delivery. He was promoted to senior management at WFEC in 1995.
A graduate of Gracemont High School, Cunningham earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and a Master of Arts degree from the University of Oklahoma. He is also a Leadership Oklahoma, Class XIV graduate and past president of the National Generation & Transmission (G&T) Accounting and Finance Association. Ron has served on numerous boards and committees including President and member of the Anadarko Board of Education.
W. Roger Webb
Webb is the president emeritus of the University of Central Oklahoma after holding the position of president from 1997-2011. He was the president of Northeastern State University from 1978-1997 and Oklahoma Commissioner of Public Safety from 1974-1978. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, B.A., and the University of Oklahoma, J.D. He is presently vice chairman of the Board of Citizens Bank of Edmond. Webb was appointed to the Commission by Governor Mary Fallin in 2013.
Stephens was appointed to the Commission in 2012 by Governor Mary Fallin. Stephens brings many years of law enforcement to the Commission. At age 18, Stephens worked as a dispatcher and jailer for the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office. A few years later, he took a job as a police officer in Pryor working his way through college. Stephens earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and worked as an OSBI agent during the 80's and 90's. He joins the OSBI Commission as one of the four lay members.
Mikeal M. Clayton
Clayton serves as senior counsel for The Boeing Company’s worldwide defense Aircraft Modernization and Sustainment Division, overseeing the legal needs for numerous Boeing programs and businesses, including all of Boeing’s Oklahoma City and San Antonio-based operations. He has also worked with the National Security Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, served as assistant U.S. attorney in the Western District of Oklahoma, and handled commercial litigation and white-collar defense matters with Vinson & Elkins, LLP. He received his Juris Doctorate with honors from the University of Texas School of Law. Clayton was appointed to the Commission by Governor Fallin in 2016.