Former Broward Sheriff’s Deputy Scot Peterson Gets Nearly $9,000 Monthly

Deputy Scot Peterson retired from the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, rather than face discipline in the wake of the Parkland school shooting after failing to run into the building where a gunman was murdering students and staff members.  Now he is due to start receiving his pension, of $8,702 per month.  

This works out to over $104,000 annually, which is more than what Scot Peterson made during his last year as a Broward County Sheriff’s Deputy.

While Peterson is not charged with a crime, he could wind up forfeiting his pension, pending the results of a state inquiry into how law enforcement handled the response to the shooting.

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