In August of 2011 Tracy Schiller was appointed Chief of Police for the Elizabethtown Police Department. Tracy started his law enforcement career in 1978 in the City of Plantation. In 1982 he became an officer for the City of Shelbyville where he was promoted to the rank of Captain and served as the Assistant Chief. In 1989 he was hired by the Louisville Division of Police where he served until his retirement in 2003. Tracy held the rank of Major and the position of Assistant Chief upon his retirement.
After retirement he continued his career in law enforcement by way of his employment with the Eastern Kentucky University and the Kentucky Regional Community Policing Institute (RCPI) where he served as a training specialist and program manager. In 2009 the Kentucky RCPI moved to the University of Louisville’s Southern Police Institute. At both locations Tracy provided technical assistance and served as a consultant for a number of law enforcement agencies throughout the nation and internationally.
Tracy has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Justice Administration from the University of Louisville, and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the Southern Police Academy’s Administrative Officer’s Course. In 2013 he received the “Police Chief of the Year” award from the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police. He serves on the Curriculum Committee.