Cheyenne-Arapaho man leads Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation
Harvey Pratt, a member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, has been named interim director of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

Pratt, 69, is a widely-recognized forensic artist. He has spent over 42 years in law enforcement.

"I love this agency. I love the employees,” Pratt told The Oklahoman. "I think that I can hold a balance and move things forward and try to resolve some issues that have come up recently.”

Pratt, a Vietnam veteran, is also an award-winning artist. He has been named a traditional peace chief of the Southern Cheyenne people.

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Commission names forensic artist as Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation interim director (The Oklahoman 7/29)