Jay Scott

Jay Scott

Mr. Jay Scott is presently serving as Police Juror for District I which comprises subdivisions such as Kellyland and Walnut Grove with the largest portion of the district being England Airpark and the Garden District. 

Mr. Scott is a resident in the City of Alexandria and is married to Taryn Lacour-Scott.  Mr. Scott has three (3) sons, three (3) daughters and fifteen (15) beautiful grandchildren.

Mr. Scott graduated in 1992 from homebound schooling at Kelso Twin Cities.  Mr. Scott joined the United States National Guard and received a ranking of E-3.  He continued his education at Louisiana Technical College and graduated as a Welder, CNA and served as an Activity Director.  Mr. Scott also attended Mayo’s Consulting Services where he received his certification for NDT Destructive Testing and became a Welder Inspector. 

Mr. Scott is currently serving as chairman of Workforce and Grants Committee for the Rapides Parish Police Jury. He also serves as a member for the following committees: 

  • Finance
  • Public Works, Watershed and Agricultural Affairs
  • Tourism and Economic Planning and Development
  • Parochial Board Liaison and Municipal Liaison
  • Courthouse, Coliseum and Legal
  • Personnel, Elections and Health
  • Insurance, Ambulance, Fire and Homeland Security

Mr. Scott is a member of the National Organization of County Officials and National Association of Black County Officials.

Mr. Scott is active with the residents of Rapides Parish.  Mr. Scott has served for over seven (7) years as President of the Alexandria Little League and coaching for twenty (20) years. He is a team leader over unity in the community and has been involved with many community outreach programs such as: COVID-19, homelessness and recreational activities. Mr. Scott believes a great listener will make you an outstanding leader. Building GREATNESS is his motto. 


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