Michelle Miller is a senior vice president and a member of the senior management team with the Institute for Intergovernmental Research (IIR). In this capacity, she provides strategic planning for IIR’s programs to ensure the successful achievement of award-based goals and objectives. Ms. Miller also provides oversight and leadership for IIR’s Information Sharing section, which includes the Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative, the Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council, and the 28 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 23 Training and Technical Assistance Program. Ms. Miller is responsible for client relations; collaboration and coordination with state, local, tribal, and federal law enforcement and homeland security partners; and ensuring that high-quality, contemporary resources are developed and distributed to the criminal justice community. She is also responsible for ensuring on-time delivery of all deliverables, managing IIR staff within the National Policy Engagement and Information Sharing Initiatives section, and maintaining grant programmatic and fiscal fidelity and integrity. Ms. Miller also supports other IIR program areas, including the National Public Safety Partnership and the VALOR Officer Safety Initiative. Ms. Miller has authored, on behalf of state, local, tribal, and federal partners, numerous national-level documents and resources, including:
Ms. Miller also has been involved in the writing and development of several law enforcement-related training videos,
including the NSI Hometown Security Partners series and Responding to First Amendment-Protected Events—The Role of State and Local Law Enforcement Officers.
Prior to joining IIR in 2005, Ms. Miller worked with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement as an analyst in the Florida Investigative Support Center. In this position, she was the lead analyst overseeing the day-to-day operations of the support center. Ms. Miller also supported the Regional Domestic Security Task Force. In this capacity, she provided analytical support to major investigations as they related to domestic security, analyzed data provided by local law enforcement agencies to determine trends in suspected terrorist activity, assisted in the development and implementation of a task force website, provided training to task force members on the domestic security intelligence database, and assisted in organizing local task force liaison meetings for the Tallahassee region. In addition, she was an instructor for the Florida Basic Analyst Training class and the Florida Law Enforcement Analyst Academy.
Ms. Miller holds a bachelor’s degree in history and political science from Florida State University. She also is a graduate of the Florida Law Enforcement Analyst Academy.