Captain Scott Glazier

Captain Scott Glazier

Captain Over Support Services Division

Captain Scott Glazier began his career in 1995 in Gainesville, FL as a Police Officer at the University of Florida Police Department working with Patrol and Community Services.

In 1997, Captain Scott Glazier started as a Deputy Sheriff with the Osceola Sheriff’s Office working in the Patrol Division. In 1998, he was assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division where he worked as a Detective in Property Crimes, Auto Theft, and the Violent Crimes Unit.

In 2002, Captain Scott Glazier was promoted to Patrol Sergeant and subsequently reassigned to the Criminal Investigations Division. As a Detective Sergeant, Captain Scott Glazier has led Property Crimes, Auto Theft, Economics, Child Abuse, Sex Crimes, and Person Crimes Units and was instrumental in establishing the agency’s Cybercrimes Unit and supervising the agency’s attachment to the Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce.

In 2010 Captain Scott Glazier was transferred to lead the Quality Assurance and Accreditation Unit. As the Accreditation Manager, Captain Scott Glazier was responsible for policy development and ensuring agency compliance with standards established by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation. Captain Scott Glazier has facilitated four successful re-accreditation cycles, leading to the Osceola Sheriff’s Office being recognized as an Excelsior agency.

In 2019, Captain Scott Glazier was promoted to Lieutenant where he oversaw the Quality Assurance and Accreditation Unit, as well as the Forensics Unit. During his time in Quality Assurance, Captain Scott Glazier was assigned to Osceola County’s Division of Emergency Management where he has served as the Operations Section Chief on their Strategic Response Team and the Region Five Incident Management Team.

Captain Scott Glazier is an active Team Leader, and Accreditation Assessor for the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation and routinely provides technical assistance to agencies with the Accreditation process and its various requirements. Captain Scott Glazier is heavily involved as a volunteer in Central Florida’s Ice Hockey community and volunteers countless hours throughout the year coaching and developing youth ice hockey.

Captain Scott Glazier is a 1996 graduate of the University of Florida with a BA in Sociology and a 2018 graduate of the University of Louisville’s Southern Police Institute. Captain Scott Glazier is passionate about teaching and is an active criminal justice academy instructor and has taught Emergency Management throughout the state.

Captain Scott Glazier has been married to his lovely wife Stephanie since 1998 and has two amazing children and considers it an honor to serve the citizens of Osceola County and Central Florida.

Captain Scott Glazier