Scott Collins, Chief of Police and Emergency Manager for the Aubrey Independent School District in Aubrey, TX; Executive Director, National Command & Staff College Association (NCSCA)
Chief Collins has a Bachelor’s degree from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas with a major in Criminal Justice, and a minor in EMS. Chief Collins us currently working on obtaining his masters degree from the University of North Texas, with a major in Emergency Management and a minor in Criminal Justice Administration.
Chief Collins has worked in various capacities during his law enforcement career such as: Patrol, Traffic, K-9 Unit (Narcotics K-9), School Resource Officer, Investigations. In 2007 Chief Collins was selected to go to the SRO Division of his previous agency, and start the Truancy Program for that district. During his tenure he worked hard to keep kids in school and focused his efforts to decrease the drop out rate, and increase the graduation rate for students. Chief Collins also brought a variety of specialized programs to the district, and was valuable at shaping the SRO Program.
Chief Collins was selected to be the Chief of Police for Aubrey ISD PD, in November of 2014, and to continue the newly formed Police Department for the district. He was also tasked with building community relations, and building the department and take the department to the next level of school policing. While serving the department, Chief Collins is an active member of the community, who works diligently on building relationships both in and out of the district, and knowing the students who are in is district. Chief Collins works hard to get into the classroom to teach, and be very visible to the kids inside the schools. Chief Collins focuses on expanding the department and training the new officers to be the best in the state of Texas. Chief Collins is a servant leader, who is the first one on duty and the last to leave to make sure the officers that works with him are taken care of.
Chief Collins is a recent graduate of several of the National Command and Staff College programs. He is a graduate of the Institute of Credible Leadership, Credible Leadership Development Program. And in July of 2020, Graduated from The Command and Staff Program Session 009. Chief Collins was chosen be the staff of the command college for the MAGNUS OVEA Award, which is one of the top graduation awards that can be given.
Chief Collins has a wide variety of School Based Law Enforcement Certifications, and is a certified instructor and teaches various topics. Chief Collins also has a wide variety of Emergency Management Certifications, and Sports / Venue Management Certifications. A little-known fact about Chief Collins is that he is triple certified in not only police work, but also is a Certified Basic Texas Firefighter, and Texas Basic Emergency Medical Technician. Chief Collins has worked in the fire and EMS field for almost twenty-seven years. While he only serves in fire and ems role currently in a minor part, he still keeps his certifications active, and practices when possible.
Chief Scott Collins is a twenty-year Master Peace Officer veteran, who is currently assigned as the Chief of Police and Emergency Manager for the Aubrey Independent School District in Aubrey, Texas.