Commissioner Grayson Broske was sworn in as the police commissioner for the Metro Special Police Department (MSPD) in May of 2017. Prior to his appointment with MSPD, Commissioner Broske served his community as a probation officer with the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services (SCDPPPS). While at SCDPPPS, he was responsible for supervising 300+ adult offenders on felony and misdemeanor probation or parole, utilized evidenced-based practices (EBP) to reduce offender recidivism rates, coordinated mutually beneficial partnerships with local, county, and federal law enforcement agencies, ensured offender compliance with restitution agreements were being upheld, and provided efficient and effective information and support as a victim services liaison.
Commissioner Broske is a graduate of Aiken Technical College with an Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Arts, a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a concentration in Criminal Justice, and a graduate of Augusta State University with a Masters of Arts in Public Administration. In addition, Commissioner Broske has extensive experience in community policing, patrol and special operations, training, leadership development, and officer safety. Professional memberships include the Ancient Free Masons (AFM) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).
In a training capacity, Commissioner Broske is a certified Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP) expandable baton and handcuff law enforcement instructor, certified Axon Taser instructor, certified National Rifle Association (NRA) firearms instructor, certified Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (VADCJS) firearms instructor, certified Maryland State Police (MSP) firearms instructor, certified District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department (DCMPD) firearms instructor, and a certified SABRE Red OC spray law enforcement instructor
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