Chad Bradley, Chief Technology Officer
Chad Bradley, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), leads TriCorps’ long-term technology vision, and is responsible for the operations of TriCorps Surveillance, TriCorps’ Command Monitoring Center and TriCorps’ Information Technology (IT) division. Chad joined TriCorps in 2007 and previously served as the Director of Operations for TriCorps Surveillance.
Prior to joining TriCorps full-time, Chad spent nearly 22 years with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, bringing a unique blend of law enforcement and technology to the table. Chad began his law enforcement career in 1996 as a Communications Officer for the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, promoting to Sergeant in 1998. In 1999, Chad graduated the 51st Oklahoma Highway Patrol academy with field assignments in Texas and Oklahoma counties.
In 2005, Chad was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and served as a field supervisor in the Investigations Division, Training Division, and Command Post Operations Division. Chad spent 12 years in the Executive Security Division, supervising close personal protection for both Governor Brad Henry and Governor Mary Fallin. Additionally, Chad oversaw the electronic security operations for the Oklahoma Governor’s Mansion and Governor’s Office at the Oklahoma State Capitol. Chad held an Advanced Peace Officer Certification and was the recipient of numerous awards, including the Committee of 100 Tony Calvert Award for Heroism.
Chad is a native Oklahoman and holds an associate degree in Political Science. Chad is a die-hard OU Sooner’s fan and avid bowler. Chad has been married to his wife Brandi since 2014 and has a stepson, Tanner.