TULSA - Stanley Glanz was sworn in as Tulsa County Sheriff on Jan. 1, 1989.
After a grand jury recommended he step down following it's investigation into the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office, Glanz will resign before Nov. 10.
Prior to becoming sheriff, Glanz spent 23 years with the Tulsa Police Department.
He has served seven terms and is the longest tenured sheriff in Tulsa County history.
Glanz was appointed to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations Commission in 1989.
U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft appointed Glanz to the National Institute of Corrections Advisory Board which he has served on for 11 years.
Among his awards are:
1996 - Oklahoma's Sheriff of the Year
2000 - Sheriff of the Year by the National Sheriff's Association
2007 - Received the NSA Triple Crown Award for having achieved accreditation from American Correctional Association, the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies and the National Commission on Correctional Health Care
2011 - Received the first ever Partnership for Public Safety Award
2013 - Inducted into the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Hall of Fame
Undersheriff Richard Weigel will take over once Glanz steps down.