Chief Scott Collins

Chief Collins headshot Scott Collins is entering his eighth year as chief of police at Aubrey ISD. 

As chief, he oversees a staff of three police officers. His main goal is school safety, while using technology to further the safety of the school, staff and community.

Chief Collins started his law enforcement career in Grimes County at the Sheriff’s Office, and returned to the DFW area after college, working part time as a police officer and fulltime for a large private EMS service. He became a Regional Director of Communications for several 911 communications centers in the country.  He directed, and managed the planning and communications operations during the major hurricanes of Katrina and Rita.  

Chief Collins returned to police work as a deputy constable for the Montgomery County Precinct 5 Constables’ Office in 2007.  He worked in several schools and focused on the student and staff safety aspect.  He is passionate about narcotics in the schools going on to become a certified Canine Handler in 2013, reducing narcotics in the school system.  Along with his canine partner Follin, he had over two hundred deployments in the school for the year, and they became a very visible and involved part of the community. 

Chief Collins received his bachelor's degree from Sam Houston State, majoring in criminal justice with an emphasis on law enforcement administration, leadership, and forensics. 

While attending SHSU, he attended an accelerated police academy at the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and obtained his Law Enforcement Commission.  

In May 2014, Chief Collins received the Houston 100 Club Officer of the Year Award after saving two lives using cutting edge medical technology.



Professional Certifications:

Master Peace officer

Certified Narcotics K-9 Handler

Certified Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Instructor

Certified Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Field Training Officer

Standardized Field Sobriety Test Practitioner

Multiple Leadership Classes

Multiple Narcotics Certifications

National Incident Management Training

Texas Commission on Fire Protection Basic Certified Fireman

Texas Department of Health and Human Services Basic EMT


Professional Organizations:

Texas Association of School Resource Officers (President, Member)

National Association of School Resource Officers (Member)

Multiple K-9 Associations (Member)

Texas Gang Investigators Association (Member)