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Executive Staff

Aungela Spurlock, Director

OSBI Director Aungela Spurlock is a 29-year veteran of law enforcement. She began her law enforcement career at the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office in 1993, working as a Detention Officer, Patrol Officer, Detective, Violence against Women Grant Community Speaker and Educator, and as a Sergeant in both Detention and Patrol.

In 2002, Spurlock began working as a Special Agent for the OSBI, investigating major crimes. From approximately 2013 to 2016, she served as the OSBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Eastern District Crime Scene Unit until taking a position as the OSBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Northeast Regional Office, Tulsa. In 2019, Spurlock became the OSBI Investigative Division Eastern District Major, leading OSBI operations in the Eastern District of the State of Oklahoma and varied specialty statewide investigative units. These units included Crime Scene, Technical Management/Futures, Internet Crimes Against Children, and the newly assumed Sexual Assault Kit Initiative Unit. She was also the Chief Polygraph Examiner for the OSBI. In August of 2022, Spurlock was selected as the OSBI Interim Director and then was unanimously chosen to take permanent command of the bureau on August 26, 2022.

Spurlock has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Langston, University Center at Tulsa, and a Master’s Degree in Human Relations/Organizational Leadership from the University of Oklahoma. Spurlock is a 2019 graduate of the 143rd Southern Policing Institute Administrative Officers Course-Graduate Program. Spurlock is a Child Forensic Interviewer, State of Oklahoma Licensed Polygraph Examiner, and holds Crime Scene Investigator Certifications from Missouri Southern State University and the International Association for Identification. She has an advanced CLEET Law Enforcement Certification, Advanced CLEET Instructors Certification, and over 3200 hours of CLEET-approved continued education training. Additionally, she was part of a team of professionals who developed and taught Northeastern State University’s Crime Scene Investigator Certificate Program for Law Enforcement. That program has been awarded regional and national awards for continuing education program excellence and continues today.

Spurlock has been married to a fellow law enforcement officer for 24 years, and together they have four sons and two grandsons.

Steven Carter, Deputy Director

Deputy Director Steven Carter has served the citizens of Oklahoma as a law enforcement officer for over 29 years. He began his law enforcement career with the Department of Corrections (DOC) in 1994. He was a Probation and Parole Officer and Internal Affairs Investigator with DOC, prior to beginning his career with the OSBI.

In 2007, Carter began his OSBI career in Antlers, Oklahoma, as a general assignment agent investigating major crimes. Carter was promoted to Lieutenant and Captain while assigned to the Southeast Region. In September 2022, he was promoted to the rank of Investigative Division Director.  On February 01, 2024, Steven was selected as the OSBI Deputy Director.

Carter has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Southeastern Oklahoma State University, and a Master’s degree in Criminology from Oklahoma City University. Carter is a graduate of the 147th Southern Police Institute Administrative Officers Course and was awarded the Edward Campbell Service Award by his peers while attending this course. Carter is a licensed Oklahoma Polygraph Examiner with over 3,000 continuing education hours, and holds an advanced CLEET Law Enforcement Certification.

Carter has been married to his wife Rebekah for 28 years, and together they have two sons and one granddaughter.

Administrative Offices

John Jones

Division Director, Investigative Services

Division Director Jones began his career with the OSBI in 1996 as a Physical Evidence tech for the lab.  He was promoted to a Special Agent for the Southeast Regional Office (SERO) in 1998 where he stayed until 2019.  In 2019 Jones was promoted to Lieutenant over the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) and then to Captain of SIU in 2022.  In February of 2024 he took over the role of the Investigative Division Director.  Division Director Jones is a graduate of Crowder High School, Eastern Oklahoma State Junior College and East Central Oklahoma University.

Erin Henry

Division Director, Information Services

Erin Henry is the Division Director for the Information Services Division of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI). 

Ms. Henry has worked for the OSBI for over 25 years, working in a variety of roles in the Criminalistics and Information Services Division.  In the Criminalistics Division, Ms. Henry worked as a Forensic Biologist, CODIS State Administrator and Unit Supervisor, and as a Criminalistics Administrator and Quality Manager.  Ms. Henry later oversaw the OSBI’s Office of Professional Standards before moving to her current role in the Information Services Division. 

Over the years, Ms. Henry has overseen laboratory accreditation with the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors/Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD/LAB) and agency accreditation with the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.  Ms. Henry is a former member of the Association of Forensic Quality Assurance Managers (AFQAM) and served on the Program Committee and as an Executive Board member.  In addition, she served on the ASCLD/LAB Board of Directors and the National Institute of Standards and Technology Organization of Scientific Area Committees (NIST OSAC) Quality Infrastructure Committee. 

Ms. Henry currently serves on the National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact (Compact) Council and is an appointed member of SEARCH, the National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics, where she serves on the Board.  

Brad Green

Division Director, Support Services

Support Services Division Director Brad Green is a 31-year veteran of law enforcement.  He began his career with the Northeastern State University Campus Police Department in 1992.  He has worked for the Tahlequah Police Department, and Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office.

In 2004, Green began working as a Special Agent for the OSBI in the Crime Scene Unit.  From 2016 to 2019 he was the Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Eastern District Crime Scene Unit.  In 2019 he became the Captain over the Northeast Regional Office in Tulsa and in 2023 became the Captain over the statewide Crime Scene Unit.  On March 11, 2024 he was selected as the Support Services Division Director. 

Green holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Northeastern State University and a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Northeastern State University.  He is a 2019 graduate of the FBI National Academy.  Green is certified through the International Association of Identification as a Certified Crime Scene Investigator.  Green is currently an Adjunct Instructor at Oklahoma State University and has been an Adjunct Instructor at Oklahoma Wesleyan University as well as Northeastern State University. 

Green has been married since 2001 and has two sons.

Janice Joslin

Division Director, Criminalistic Services

Criminalistics Services Division (CSD) Director Janice Joslin has served the citizens of Oklahoma in the OSBI Laboratory system for 20 years.  She began her career with the OSBI at the Central Laboratory in Oklahoma City in 2004 in the Forensic Biology Unit, before moving to the Northeast Regional Laboratory in Tahlequah in 2005.  In 2010, Janice promoted to the position of Forensic Biology Technical Manager where she served the agency until 2019 when she moved back to OKC to take on the role of CSD Quality Manager. In October 2022 she began her current assignment as Criminalistics Division Director.

Joslin earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from East Central University in May 2002 and a Master’s degree in Forensic Science from Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in May 2004. Joslin is a member of the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLD), the Oklahoma Forensic Science Improvement Task Force, the OSAC Scientific Technical Review Panel, and is an ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) Technical and QAS Assessor.  

Anne Simons

Assistant Division Director, Information Services

Anne Simons, an Ohio native, came to Oklahoma to attend school at the Oklahoma State University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Administration and a minor in Business Administration.  Upon graduation, Anne spent eleven years working in management in the food service industry. 

In July of 2001, she joined the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation in the Human Resources Unit.  Anne managed the entire recruitment function for the agency among other functions. 

In 2014, she moved to the Information Services Division where she served as the Section Manager for the Data Collection, Licensing and Reporting Section before being appointed as the Information Services Division Assistant Division Director in April of 2024.

Anne is married with two children.


General Counsel, Legislative Liaison

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Gerald Davidson

Special Investigator, Office of Professional Standards and Training

Gerald Davidson began his career in law enforcement with the Norman Police Department in 1975 as a patrol officer.  In 1980, Davidson joined the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP).  Davidson’s assignments with the OHP included numerous field troops, special service troops, and administrative units.  Davidson’s career progressed from trooper to agency administration until retirement in 2019.

In 2019, Davidson joined the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation as a background investigator.  Davidson was transferred to the Office of Professional Standards and Training to serve as its manager in 2021.

Davidson has enjoyed working with many talented, professional individuals performing a multitude of diverse tasks in serving to keep Oklahoma safe.

Hunter McKee

Public Information Manager

McKee was born and raised in the Oklahoma City area, graduating from the University of Oklahoma in 2016. He began his career as a news reporter for the Fox affiliate in Champaign, IL. In 2017, he took a video and editing position with the Oklahoma City Thunder and then joined KWTV News 9, where he covered a variety of stories throughout the state of Oklahoma.

After three-in-a-half years as an Oklahoma City reporter, McKee decided to become the Public Information Officer for the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office. As their spokesperson, he conducted on-camera interviews, created content for their social media pages, and assisted with community events.

McKee says he’s excited to be a part of the OSBI family and strives to assist the citizens of Oklahoma. He looks forward to representing our agency moving forward.

Vernon Glover

Project Manager

OSBI Project Manager Vernon Glover has been an employee with the OSBI since 2002.  He began his career at the OSBI as a Material Management Specialist before moving to the OSBI’s Procurement Unit in 2004.  In 2011, Glover became the Contracting and Acquisitions Administrator for the OSBI Purchasing Unit.  Vernon has twice been awarded the Oklahoma Association of Public Procurement’s (OkAPP) Professional Public Buyer of the Year.  On March 5th, 2024, Vernon was selected as the OSBI Project Manager.

Glover has a Bachelor of Science degree in Management & Ethics from Mid-America Christian University.  Vernon was awarded Mid-America Christian University’s  Outstanding Research Project with Christian Applications prior to his graduation in 2006.

Glover has been married to his high school sweetheart, Cheri for 36 years, together they have two sons and one grandson.

OSBI Headquarters
6600 North Harvey Place
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Phone: 405-848-6724

Forensic Science Center, Edmond
800 East 2nd Street
Edmond, OK  73034
Phone: 405-330-6724

Last Modified on May 23, 2024
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