Scott McCormick is a 16-year veteran of the Bozeman Police Department, where he currently serves as the School Resource Sergeant. Prior to joining the Bozeman Police Department, McCormick graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor’s degree in History. His law enforcement career began as a park ranger in Rocky Mountain National Park. He went on to serve as a park ranger in Yellowstone National Park for several years. In 2008, McCormick was hired by the Bozeman Police Department as a patrol officer. After several years on patrol, he transitioned into the role of School Resource Officer at Bozeman High School. McCormick later transferred to the Detective Division, where he was assigned to the Special Victims Unit and served on the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force

In 2020, McCormick was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. He initially supervised a patrol team before returning to the Detective Division as the Detective Sergeant. In 2023, he assumed his current position as the Sergeant overseeing the School Resource Program. McCormick’ diverse experiences, ranging from federal land management to criminal investigations and school safety, have prepared him well for his leadership role in coordinating the Bozeman Police Department’s efforts in local schools.