Craig Miller is currently the Chief of Police for the Dallas ISD Police Department. Dallas ISD is the 14 th largest US public school system with 160,000 students, and 20,000 employees. The Dallas ISD Police Department has 220 personnel with a $15 M operating budget. Prior to Dallas ISD, Chief Miller retired as a Deputy Police Chief with the Dallas Police Department after a 30 year career. When Chief Miller retired with Dallas PD he was assigned in charge of all criminal investigations involving murder, robbery, assault, sex assault and the CSI function for the 1.3 million people in Dallas. During Chief Miller's career he served as the Homicide Commander where he oversaw 750 murder investigations and 300 suicides. In this position Chief Miller was in charge of the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) where he directly led 75 Officer Involved Shooting (OIS) investigations involving 100+ officers. Chief Miller also worked in narcotics, vice, traffic, bomb squad, mounted patrol, canine, patrol and the special Operations Division in the Dallas PD. Chief Miller also serves as an expert witness for police use of force civil rights incidents.