Lieutenant Scott Myers has served the past 22 years with the Coral Springs Police Department (CSPD). Lt. Myers is currently a sniper on the Coral Springs SWAT team, which he has been a member of since 2001. He is also currently the Chairman of the Coral Springs Police Pension Board, which he has served for the past thirteen years. The Pension has grown from $75 million when he started as a trustee to now over $250 million. Lt. Myers started his career with CSPD in 1998 as a Patrol Officer who quickly became a Field Training Officer. From 2006 through 2008 Myers worked as a property crimes detective and investigated cases that included grand theft, burglary and fraud. In 2008 Myers transitioned into the Crimes Against Persons unit and his primary role was investigating violent crimes including robberies, aggravated batteries, and death investigations (homicide, suicide, etc.). During his tenure as a detective, he was a member of the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force and assisted in tracking and apprehending fugitives throughout the South-East United States. Myers was privileged to work on several high profile cases including the Surya Toha homicide, which was later highlighted as an episode of “See No Evil.” In 2010 Myers was promoted to Sergeant and spent four years supervising patrol officers on both days and nights. From 2014 through 2017 Myers was the Sergeant in charge of CSPD’s General Investigations Unit. In this role Myers supervised 12 detectives, 2 crime analysts and two part-time investigators. Myers supervised the Crimes Against Persons unit from 2017 to 2019 and was also on the FBI Violent Crimes/Fugitive Task Force. During his tenure with CSPD, Lt. Myers has received one Meritorious Service award, five Lifesaving commendations, eight Exceptional Police Initiative commendations, four Team citations, three Administrative Service awards, and the Operations Unit of the Year award in 2016. Lt. Myers holds a Masters of Business Administration degree and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, both from the University of Florida. Prior to his service with Coral Springs, he was a Reserve Police Officer for the University of Florida Police Department from 1994-1996.