In his long career as a New York City police officer, Scott W. Sedor has gained valuable experience in many different departments and divisions. Scott W. Sedor’s first role in police work came in 1985, when he enrolled in the New York City Police Department Training Bureau. As a Police Cadet, Scott W. Sedor learned the fundamentals of law enforcement that continued to serve him throughout his tenure. In appreciation of the education he received during his formative years, Scott W. Sedor returned to the New York City Police Department Training Bureau in 2000 as an Executive Development Supervisor. As part of his responsibilities, Scott W. Sedor communicated with guest speakers to ensure a smooth execution of lecture series. By carefully reviewing materials used to train executive officers (captains and above), Scott W. Sedor helped maintain an excellent standard of education for those at the highest levels of management. To this end, Scott W. Sedor also created and distributed PowerPoint presentations for use in classroom curriculums. In addition, Scott W. Sedor outlined plans for new courses and performed research to make sure they adhered to New York City Police Department policy. Scott W. Sedor drew upon available budgets and grants to bring keynote speakers to the New York City Police Department Training Bureau, often organizing executive lunches in honor of their appearances. Before becoming involved with the New York City Police Department Training Bureau, Scott W. Sedor contributed to the efforts to improve the safety of students in the New York City public school system. As a member of a merger team, Scott W. Sedor looked at crime and incident data to find trends of crime tendencies in the schools, reporting directly to the Chief of School Safety. In addition, Scott W. Sedor worked closely with the New York City Department of Education to train its newly implemented Security Force, tasked with protecting students from violent crime on school grounds.