Criminal Investigations Division
The Criminal Investigations Division is responsible for the investigations of felony and serious offenses reported to the Police Department. The Detective Division is committed to excellence and professionalism during criminal investigations through innovative and efficient use of available resources.
Jerry BullardSergeantPhone: 918-396-2424Detective Sergeant Jerry Bullard began his law enforcement career in 2005 as a Reserve Officer for Skiatook. He became a full-time officer in 2007, graduating from C.L.E.E.T. with the top academic honors of his class. He served as a Patrol Officer before being assigned to the Detective Division in 2009. Sergeant Bullard is a graduate of Oklahoma's Criminal Investigation Academy. Sergeant Bullard is currently assigned as the Detective Division Supervisor
Wes HendersonDetectiveDetective Henderson Joined the Skiatook Police Department in March of 2011. Henderson received the TOP GUN award during his time at the CLEET basic Law Enforcement Academy and continued excelling in firearms by being the first officer to be awarded the Skiatook Police Department's annual Top Gun Award by having the highest firearm qualification scores two years in a row for 2011 and 2012.
Detective Henderson is a Certified CLEET Law Enforcement Instructor and has been trained in High Risk and Priority Asset Protection through the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and United States Secret Service. Prior to Joining the Skiatook Police Department Henderson was a sponsored competitive shooter competing in competitive events including I.D.P.A. Detective Henderson completed and graduated from the CLEET Firearms Instructor Course in 2014. Detective Henderson graduated from the CLEET Criminal Investigations Academy in 2015.
Detective Henderson was assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division October 19, 2015. In 2016 Detective Wes Henderson was awarded the Medal of Valor for stopping an armed suicidal homicide suspect after a long vehicle pursuit. Detective Henderson put himself in harms way to stop the armed suspect. He was also awarded the Life Saving Award for pulling a man from a burning structure to safety while ammunition was burning and discharging from the structure.
Tony HarperStreet Crimes InvestigatorIn 2016 Detective Harper was awarded the Life Saving Award for helping to save a man who's vehicle was turned over in a water filled ditch. He held the mans head out of the water until medics could extract him from the wrecked vehicle.