Criminal Justice and Corrections, Chair
Agriculture and Rural Development
A&B Public Safety
State and Federal Redistricting
State and Federal Redistricting Southeast Oklahoma Subcommittee
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County(s) Represented in District
Atoka, Bryan, Choctaw, Pushmataha
Municipality(s) Represented in District
Albany, Albion, Antlers, Bennington, Blue, Bokchito, Boswell, Clayton, Fort Towson, Grant, Hugo, Lane, Rattan, Sawyer, Soper, Stringtown, Swink, Tuskahoma
Zipcode(s) Represented in District
74521, 74523, 74525, 74536, 74540, 74543, 74549, 74553, 74555, 74557, 74558, 74560, 74562, 74567, 74569, 74571, 74574, 74576, 74701, 74723, 74726, 74727, 74728, 74729, 74735, 74738, 74741, 74743, 74754, 74756, 74759, 74760, 74761, 74764
Justin Humphrey, R-Lane, was elected in 2017 to serve in the Oklahoma House of Representatives for District 19, which includes, Atoka, Bryan, Choctaw, and Pushmataha counties.
A lifelong southeastern native and Atoka High School graduate, he earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice with a minor in business administration from East Central University. Humphrey has a background in law enforcement, business administration and ranching.
Humphrey currently serves as the chair of the House Criminal Justice and Corrections Committee and serves on the Agricultural and Rural Development and Public Safety Committees as well as on the Appropriations and Budget Subcommittee for Public Safety. He also is a member of State and Federal Redistricting Committees and Subcommittees.
Prior to running for the House of Representatives, Humphrey in 2010 was the Owner/Operator of Last Chance Supervision Services, a private company that contracted drug court supervision and private probation, and offered drug testing for the courts and private companies. In addition, Humphrey was the administrator of Atoka/Coal County drug court from 2010 to 2016.
He worked for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections for 20 years before retiring. Special duties included serving as a DARE officer and as a probation officer on a Cert (special response) Team. He also has served as vice president of his local chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police. He attended Arizona High Intensity Special Training, the Correctional Officer Academy at Eastern University, the Probation and Parole Academy at Oklahoma State University, and the CLEET Law Enforcement Academy at the Stillwater Technology Center.
Humphrey also operates a cattle ranch in southeastern Oklahoma.
Humphrey and his wife, Carla, have been married for 30 years. The Humphreys have three sons, Coben, Cort, and Cade. The Humphreys attend Church of the Rock in Lane where Chairman Humphrey serves as a worship leader.
House of Representatives, 56th Legislature to present