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Chief Craig R. Miller

Chief of Police
Dallas ISD Police Department

Chief Craig Miller assumed his position as the Chief of Police for the Dallas ISD in October 2011. Prior to this appointment, Chief Miller retired as Deputy Chief of Police for the Dallas Police Department after a 30 year career. When Chief Miller retired from DPD, he was assigned as the Division Commander over the Crimes Against Person’s Division. In this position he was responsible for all criminal investigations involving murders, sexual assaults, robberies, assaults and the CSI function for 1.3 million people. Prior to this position, Chief Miller was a commander over the Narcotics Division, Traffic Division, Tactical Services (bomb squad) and many other DPD divisions. Chief Miller is a Master Peace Officer with a BA degree from Memphis State University and is a graduate of the Command Management School of the Southwest Legal Foundation.