Beavercreek Captain graduates from Leadership School

Captain Scott Molnar

News-Current Report

COLUMBUS — Beavercreek’s Captain Scott Molnar graduated from the Public Safety Leadership Academy in Columbus on June 10.

The 11-week academy was offered at no cost to the police department through a partnership with The Ohio State University- John Glenn School of Public Affairs and the Ohio Highway Patrol, who hosted the training.

The 34 graduates received ten semester hours of academic credit in Senior Leadership through the John Glenn School of Public Affairs.

The accredited, specialized curriculum featured content in the areas of leadership and ethics; interpersonal and organizational communication; public management; organizational culture and ethics; human resources management; budgeting; and organizational behavior in law enforcement. Graduates also participated in weekly community outreach efforts and spent a week in Washington D.C. attending the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum law enforcement course.

Captain Molnar began his career with Beavercreek Police Department in 2000 and is currently assigned as the Commander of the Support Services Division. He is also a 2013 graduate of Police Executive Leadership College through the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy.

Captain Scott Molnar Scott Molnar

Story courtesy of the Beavercreek Police Department.

Story courtesy of the Beavercreek Police Department.