Sergeant Scott MacDonald became the interim HRM Public Safety Officer on November 19, 2012. He’s been a police officer with Halifax Regional Police for 13 years. He started his policing career as a patrol constable and later worked as a school officer and community officer before being promoted to the rank of sergeant in 2007. As a sergeant, he was a shift supervisor and has been the Officer-in-Charge of the Community Relations & Crime Prevention Section for the past 3 1/2 years. He is a member of the HRM Pension Committee and sits on the Union Executive of the Halifax Regional Police Association. He has two degrees, a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Commerce, both from Dalhousie University. He has also completed the Rotman School of Business Board Effectiveness Program at the University of Toronto, and is currently enrolled in the Canadian Police Association Executive Leadership Program.
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