Federal Bureau of Investigation
Oklahoma City Citizens Academy
Alumni Association

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.


A Note From Our President

What a great year 2018 was.  We saw membership growth and had some great events. Reach out to us if you have an membership questions (membership@fbiokcaaa.org). If you want to learn more about the FBI or the Citizen's Academy programs, please explore our chapter site, FBI.gov pages, and our alumni national site.  

Next Events

Members Can Register for Events In the Alumni Only Section of the Website

Chapter Meeting: February 12, 2020


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