Scott Duff
Scott Duff

Vice President
Director, Fairfield County Overdose Response Team
(Project FORT)

Scott Duff is originally from Dayton Ohio and is a 1986 graduate of The Ohio State University with a bachelor's degree in Criminology/Criminal Justice. In 1986 Scott accepted a Special Agent position with the Ohio Attorney General’s Division of Medicaid Fraud Control. In 1993, Scott transferred to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation becoming a Special Agent in BCIs Narcotics Division. Scott worked undercover narcotics, working primarily SE Ohio. In 1998, Scott was assigned to a DEA Task Force in the Columbus Resident Office, working complex narcotics conspiracy cases.  While on the DEA Task Force, Scott also attended DEAs Clandestine Drug Lab training in Quantico. In 2004. Scott was promoted to Agent Supervisor and returned to BCI to run the newly created Clandestine Drug Lab/Cannabis Suppression Units. In 2014, Scott was asked to be part of the Ohio Attorney Generals Heroin Initiative and worked as the LE liaison for the AGs outreach effort. During that time, Scott also supervised the Technical Operations Unit and the SW Ohio Narcotics Unit. In February 2018, Scott retired from BCI and in March of 2018 became the Director of a QRT in Fairfield County called the Fairfield County Overdose Response Team.

Since that time Scott and his team have been responsible for connecting many Fairfield County Residents to treatment and recovery options within Fairfield County. Project FORT has been very well received in the community for which it serves and continues to build solid relationships within the treatment and recovery community in Fairfield County.  Scott lives in Fairfield County and is married with three children.