Former Criminal Intelligence Analyst for the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security
Retired 22-year law enforcement veteran, Scott O’Brien, is a former Criminal Intelligence Analyst for the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security (KOHS). In addition to the KOHS, Scott is the former chair for the Kentucky Organized Crime Working Group which provided information and intelligence to federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies regarding criminal activity specific to transnational criminal organizations, gangs, and drug trafficking.
Scott designed and instructed the popular active aggressor training for the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security, “Stay Alert, Stay Alive,” as well as the train-the-trainer course “Stay Prepared, Stay Alive”.
Prior to his employment with Kentucky Homeland Security Scott served in multiple law enforcement capacities specializing in investigations, intelligence, and training.
Other roles included major crimes investigations and tactical team leader for the Northern Kentucky Emergency Response Unit. His last three and half years he was appointed to the Chief of Police for the Dayton (KY) Police Department.
He is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy Class 221.