Scott GrainerDetective, Internal Affairs Bureau, New York Police Department, NY (Ret.)
Scott M. Grainer began his career in 1986 and patrolled the streets of Brooklyn in the 60, 61 and 77 Precincts. While assigned to the 60 Precinct he was a Field Training Officer. In 1988 He then transferred to the Highway Patrol in Brooklyn where he was involved in investigating DWI’s. He also was certified as an Accident Investigator. Scott was also part of the Top Cops program teaching tactics to all members of the NYPD.
In 1996, he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau. During his time with the Internal Affairs Bureau, Scott was certified as an instructor and taught newly promoted investigators, civilian members, undercover officers and rookie officers. He was also trained in Dignitary Protection.
After retiring from the NYPD in 2006, Scott spent the last ten years as a Security Guard at Good Samaritan Hospital in Long Island, New York, as well as at Duke Hospital in Durham, North Carolina. While working at Duke Hospital, Scott received numerous letters of commendation for his excellent customer service. In 2012, he was named Employee of the Month and received the Chief’s Award, also known as Employee of the Year. During his time spent at Duke, Scott received training in Customer Service Excellence as well as Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI) and became a part of the Crisis Intervention Team within the Duke Police Department. In February 2016 he was certified by the Crisis Prevention Institute as an instructor in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention.