Scott Jeter

Georgia State Patrol

Sergeant First Class, Post Commander of Post 2


Scott Jeter is a graduate from Hogansville High School.  He began his public safety career as a Firefighter, with Troup County Fire Department, in 1996.  He later became an Emergency Medical Technician and worked for American Medical Response on his time off from the fire department.  In 2001, Jeter began his career with the Georgia State Patrol and graduated from the 77th Trooper School in September 2001.  His assignments have included serving as a trooper at Post 4 Villa Rica, Post 2 LaGrange, SWAT Team, and the Criminal Interdiction Unit.  In 2013, Jeter was promoted to Corporal at Post 26 Thomaston, and later transferred to Post 24 Newnan.  In 2015, Jeter was promoted to Sergeant, in the Training Division, and served as the Assistant Basic Training Coordinator. In 2019, Jeter was promoted to Sergeant First Class, Post Commander of Post 2, LaGrange. Also, Jeter has served on the Peer Support team since 2012 and has assisted in a number of debriefs. 

Jeter and his wife, Kendra, have been married for eleven years and have two kids.