Extra Duty Solutions, public safety’s largest and most trusted extra duty administration provider, announced today that Wayne Scott had been hired as Director of Organizational Development and will be influential in the organization’s continued rapid growth.
Scott has held a variety of key leadership positions throughout his 28-year career in law enforcement; most recently serving as Chief of Police for the Greensboro North Carolina Police Department. In this role, Scott oversaw a staff that included over 700 sworn officers and nearly 300 additional civilians.
In his new role, he’ll oversee the business development and marketing departments and serve as an advisor to law enforcement agencies throughout the country.
When asked to comment on EDS’ latest strategic hire, CEO, Rich Milliman said:
“We’re very excited to welcome Wayne to the EDS family. Whether it’s his leadership skills, in-depth industry knowledge, or overall drive to succeed, Wayne exemplifies every trait that we desire in someone who’s representing our company on a national level. We’re confident that Wayne will prove to be a valued asset throughout our entire organization and industry.”
When asked about his newest career path that led to his latest opportunity working for an industry-leading extra duty service provider, the recently retired Greensboro Police Chief, Scott replied:
“As a Law Enforcement leader, I learned firsthand the importance of pairing cutting-edge technology with strategic leadership. As a member of the EDS team, I am part of an organization that strives to provide innovative solutions to police and community needs. I am honored to continue my career with EDS and excited to see what the future holds for this industry.”
Wayne is not only a highly decorated Chief of Police; he holds both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Business and attended many of the nation’s top leadership programs during his career in Law Enforcement.
EDS is the largest and fastest-growing company that provides extra duty managed serviced solutions to law enforcement agencies. By handling everything from customer interactions, the scheduling of extra duty jobs, officer payments, and customer invoicing and collections, EDS eliminates all the financial risk and limit the legal risk for both police departments and municipalities.
Interest in EDS’ services has led the company to an average growth rate of 25% per quarter and is currently servicing 80 law enforcement agencies across 16 states. In mid-2019, Extra Duty Solutions acquired industry-leading scheduling software firm, Jivasoft.