Chief Inspector Scott R. Ley has served with the United States Marshals Service for 32 years. Scott graduated from the University of South Florida with a B.S. in Criminology in 1989. He began his career with the Marshals Service in February of 1990, when he was selected to attend the Marshals Service Academy at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center at Glynco, GA. During his career with the Marshals Service, Scott has had numerous and varied duties including Judicial Security, Protective Investigations, Emergency Response Planning, Fugitive Investigations, and a temporary assignment at INTERPOL Washington. Scott is currently assigned to the Investigative Operations Division, Domestic Investigations Branch, at Marshals Service headquarters in Virginia. He oversees the fugitive investigative enforcement mission to include policies, procedures and operations concerning warrant adoption and execution. Scott is a recipient of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association Bravery Award, the United States Marshals Service Purple Heart & Valor Award, the IACP Dupont Kevlar Survivors’ Club Award and the Law Enforcement Congressional Badge of Bravery.