Representative Ross Ford
District 76 -  Republican

Photo of Representative Ross Ford
Capitol Address:
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Room  300
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 557-7347
Legislative Assistant:
Sawyer Campbell
(405) 557-7347
Hometown

Broken Arrow

Measures Authored 2022
 
HB4370
HB4371
HB4372
HB4373
HB4374
HB4375
HB4376
HB4377
HB4378
HB4379
HB4380
HB4381
HB4382
HB4383
HB4384
HB4385
HB4386
HR1065
HR1066
HR1067

Measures Authored 2021
 
HB2741
HB2742
HB2743
HB2744
HB2745
HB2746
HB2747
HB2758
HB2759
HB2760
HB2761
HB2762
HB2763
HB2764
HB2765
HB2766
HB2767
HR1030
HR1032

News Stories: 2021-22
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Committees

A&B Public Safety, Chair
Appropriations and Budget
Conference Committee on Criminal Justice and Corrections
Conference Committee on Judiciary - Criminal
Criminal Justice and Corrections
GCCA
Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget
Judiciary - Criminal
A&B Tulsa County Subcommittee

District Information

District 76

County(s) Represented in District

Tulsa

Municipality(s) Represented in District

Broken Arrow, Tulsa

Zipcode(s) Represented in District

74012, 74133

Year Elected

Year: 2017

Term Limited

Year: 2030

Biographical Information
PERSONAL:

Ross Ford is a fourth-generation Tulsa native, who is committed to improving the lives of people in his community.

He proudly served as a Tulsa police officer for over 25 years, tasked with many responsibilities including being a patrol officer in all areas of Tulsa, protecting the Tulsa airport, and being a DARE and community relations officer. He spent more than 12 years assigned to the police motorcycle unit, taught drivers training for nearly 10 years and was the unit training coordinator for five years. He also was an investigator in the detective division and a divisional equipment officer.

On March 27, 2007, Ford was injured in the line of duty. While on patrol, his motorcycle was struck by another vehicle. After his recovery, he continued to serve the police department for three more years until he retired.

Ford was highly decorated for his service, earning a Medal of Valor, Purple Heart, Survivors Club Award, several Top Cop awards and two Chief Awards.

Upon leaving the police force in 2010, Ford was employed by Union Public Schools and by Holland Hall private school as director of security. In 2015, he created LNR Safety Plus LLC, a private company that provides security and other services to senior citizens in the Tulsa community.

Ford met his wife, Lisa, in the ninth grade at the age of 14. They dated through high school and have been happily married for 42 years. Together they have a daughter, Kasey, and son, Ryan, as well as a grandsons, Reece and Rowe, and granddaughters, Alexis, and Adeline.

Ford is still very active in the Tulsa and Broken Arrow communities. He is a member of the Broken Arrow Rotary Club and the Broken Arrow Civitan Club. He is also a community activist and volunteer at Union Public Schools, the Broken Arrow Police Department, the Tulsa Police Officer Memorial Committee, and the Broken Arrow Senior Center. Ford is also a graduate of Leadership Broken Arrow.

LEGISLATIVE SERVICE:

House of Representatives, 56th Legislature to present