About Chief Craig Miller
Chief Miller has a law enforcement background that distinguishes him from all other Use of Force experts.
Prior to becoming the Dallas Police Department Deputy Chief over all criminal investigations in the City of Dallas,
Chief Miller was the Homicide Lieutenant. In this assignment he oversaw hundreds of murder investigations as well as directly leading the Special Investigations Unit (SIU).
In this assignment he was directly responsible for leading Officer Involved Shootings (OIS) and Death in Custody investigations.
Additionally, Chief Miller is now the Chief of Police for the 14th largest US public school system with 159,000 students
and 20,000 employees with an $18 million operating budget.
Chief Miller started his career in 1982 and progressed all the way through the ranks of the Dallas Police Department, the 9th largest US police department.
During his career he served as a Patrol Watch Commander, Narcotics Commander, Tactical Services (bomb squad) Commander and ultimately the chief over all the
criminal investigation detectives responsible for all assaults, robberies, sexual assaults, murders and the CSI function for 1.2 million people.
Chief Miller has a BA from the Unversity of Memphis in Criminal Justice
and is a graduate of the Southwest Legal Command Management Supervisors Course from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Additionally, Chief Miller is a Master Texas Peace Officer and a certified Texas law enforcement instructor.