CHICKASHA, Okla. – November 14, 2023 – The City of Chickasha is pleased to announce the hiring of Daimon Alexander as Assistant Chief of Police. Alexander is joining Chickasha after serving as the Town of Binger’s Police Chief since March of 2021.
Alexander started his law enforcement career with the Oklahoma City Police Department in October 1990. He worked in patrol and was a Field Training Officer until 1995, when he was selected to become a member of a newly created, highly motivated, specialized unit working highway criminal interdiction.
Alexander spent six years as an interdiction officer before earning his first promotion. As a Lieutenant, he worked in various units including Crime Scene Investigations, Assaults, and Domestic Violence. In 2011, he returned to patrol when he was promoted to Captain.
Alexander retired from the Oklahoma City Police Department in 2016. He then joined the Chickasaw Nation Lighthorse department as Captain. During his tenure with Lighthorse, Alexander served as the Tactical Team commander for four years.
In 2021, Alexander was appointed as the Chief of Police for the Town of Binger. During his tenure, Alexander worked to bring policy up to date, organize the evidence room while streamlining the intake process, increase equipment & supplies to the department, and open lines of communication in the community. Alexander has experience in budgeting, grant applications and accounting processes.
Alexander has a Master of Arts in criminal justice administration from the University of Central Oklahoma and a Bachelor of Science degree from Oklahoma State University. He also has training at the FBI Executive Leadership Institute and the FBI Command Institute for Law Enforcement Executives. Alexander serves as a Board Member and is on the Legislative Committee for the Oklahoma Association Chiefs of Police. He also volunteers his time as a board member for both the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics and the Oklahoma Mini Hereford Association.
Alexander is a native Oklahoman who has lived most of his adult life in the Grady and Pontotoc County areas. He and his wife, Joey, have three children. Assistant Chief Alexander and his family look forward to moving to and serving in the City of Chickasha.