2019 Appreciation Picnic – To Be Rescheduled

The annual appreciation picnic that had been scheduled for May 8, 2019, will be rescheduled.  It has been postponed due to the forecasted weather.  We want our members and the FBI team to stay aware of the weather and remain safe.  The board and FBI will reschedule the event and get information sent out..

2019 February Meeting – Great Case Review and New Members

FBIOKCAAA started 2019 with a great FBI case review.  Special Agent Hunter Marsh and Becky Perkins, Agent for Homeland Security Investigations, provided an unclassified briefing on Saudi national Naif Alfallaj who was arrested in February 2018.  He attended an al Qaeda training camp prior to 9/11 and entered the U.S. more than a decade later.  The presentation provided an overview of following the evidence and our law enforcement agencies working together to investigate this situation.

In addition, our membership chair, Larry Anderson, welcomed three new life-time members to our chapter (picture on the top left) and presented four new annual members with their membership coin.  It was great having these new members join our kick-off event. 

Many thanks to our FBI and law enforcement agencies, Francis Tuttle for hosting our event, and our membership for their ongoing support and participation.

Community Involvement:  Cops N Kids

Alumni chapter members and the FBI partnered with Shawnee PD and law enforcement agencies in Pottowatomie county to encourage support of kids and their positive experience with law enforcement.  Kids were encouraged to interact with first responders and participate in rides, games, exhibits, and other fun activities.

Tweets from OKC FBI & CAA

#ICYMI The #FBI and the Cuban government are cracking down on criminal perpetrators who attempt to illegally shelter ill-gotten funds and assets on the island. Read more on these efforts at https://t.co/xhwDZza90j

#RememberOurFallen On June 26, 1975, #FBI Special Agents Jack R. Coler and Ronald A. Williams were killed in the line of duty, while attempting to serve arrest warrants on the Oglala Sioux Indian Reservation in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. #WallofHonor

Heading to the 2019 @okcpridefest? We are here!!! Stop by and say hello to our FBI family. #PRIDE

FBI’s June #ArtifactoftheMonth is a Polish spy’s wooden chess piece concealment device, used to hide U.S. secrets. The chess piece has hollowed-out cavities. Unlocking the device required the spies to turn it upside down for 45 seconds and gently tap it. https://t.co/ZbQJzUwL09…