Department of Public Safety Commissioner, Rusty Rhoades, has been re-appointed by Governor Kevin Stitt. “I am thrilled to be continuing in my role as the Commissioner of Public Safety for the great state of Oklahoma. Governor-elect Stitt and I share many values including providing exceptional service to the public,” said Commissioner Rhoades. Commissioner Rhoades has served the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and the State of Oklahoma for 29 years, including roles as a Capitol Patrolman, Highway Patrolman and a member of the FBI Gang and Violent Crimes Task Force and Joint Terrorism Task Force. He was appointed to his current post in November of 2017. “This is an exciting time for the state of Oklahoma and we look forward to working with Governor-elect Stitt in enhancing the capabilities and transparency of our agency," said Commissioner Rhoades.
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