Christopher Scott Named Deputy Chief-Designate
Staff Sergeant Christopher Scott has been chosen as the next Deputy Chief with Kingston Police.
He will take over for Chief-Designate Antje McNeely, who was chosen as the next Kingston Police Chief a few months ago.
Scott joined Kingston Police in 1998 as a Constable, after ten years with the Toronto and Ottawa police services.
He was quickly promoted to sergeant in 1999 and staff sergeant in 2001.
During his time with KP, he was head of the unit responsible for drug enforcement, bail compliance, property crime, community response, intelligence operations, and the canine team.
Scott is a graduate of the Loyalist College Law and Security Administration Program, and in 2016, he completed a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Justice Studies through the University of Guelph.
He has been awarded the Police Exemplary Service Medal, which is issued under the Canadian Honours System to recognize loyal and exemplary service to law enforcement.
Deputy Chief-Designate Scott will begin his new duties on January 1, 2019.