Deputy Scott Henry and Deputy Storm
Scott M. Henry has lived in Berks County his entire life. A 1988 graduate from Governor Mifflin High School, Scott obtained an associate’s degree in architectural design and drafting from Berks Technical Institute in 1990. Some of Scott’s design work can be found in and around Berks County, in New York and in New Jersey. Local examples of Scott’s work include helping with the design and layout of the entire GoggleWorks Art Building, including the theater, glass blowing studio, and floor plans for the numerous artists’ studios; he also helped design the GoggleWorks Apartment Building at 2nd and Washington Streets and was Project Manager for the G.L. Public Services Building located at 3rd and Washington. Outside of Berks County, Scott was part of the revitalization project team that re-designed the building exterior where the infamous Howard Stern radio show is broadcast in New York, and he was a key designer in the exterior of The Borgata Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
After 18 years in the architectural field, Scott designed a new path for himself when he became a Deputy Sheriff for Berks County. He attended the Pennsylvania Sheriff’s Academy at Penn State University, was voted president of his class, and graduated in the fall of 2011.
After a short stint working in the patrol division for the Berks County Sheriff’s Office, Scott was chosen to become a member of the K-9 Division. He and his K-9 partner, Storm, a German Shepherd from Germany, graduated from the Al Gills Von Der Haus K-9 Academy in Wapakaneta, Ohio in the spring of 2012 and are now a part of the Berks County Sheriff Office’s Explosives/Patrol Team. Scott is also a sworn member of the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force.