The Association of Oklahoma Narcotic Enforcers has recognized Rep. Scott Biggs, R-Chickasha, with an award for his work in supporting the state’s law enforcement community.
Biggs, a staunch advocate for victims’ rights and public safety in general, has received praise from law enforcement officers from across the state for his actions in the legislature. He is the first legislator to be honored by the organization.
“State Rep. Scott Biggs is the best friend law enforcement has in the legislature,” said Grady County Sheriff Jim Weir. “We appreciate everything he has done in the fight for criminal justice reform. Rep. Biggs cares deeply for the victims, citizens and law enforcement. We are proud to have Scott Biggs as our representative and friend.”
As a former prosecutor and the current chair of the House Judiciary Committee, Biggs views his job in the legislature as a chance to help the law enforcement community.
“The sacrifices of these officers and the families behind them allow our children the opportunity to grow up in a safe, drug-free environment,” Biggs said. “My entire career has been about supporting these men and women that fight to protect our communities, and as long as I am at the Capitol, they will have at least one representative willing to fight for them.”