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Hammond Police Chief Miller Retiring April 1

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In Hammond, Police Chief Brian Miller is retiring at the end of the month after more than two decades in local law enforcement. The 53-year-old Miller, a graduate of Highland High School, served as a military policeman for three years in the US Army before joining the Hammond Police force in 1990, obtaining his bachelor's and master's degree along the way.  Miller has worked in the Patrol Division, then was a firearms instructor, then went to the Detective Bureau and was also on the SWAT Team.   In 2004, Miller was appointed chief by Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr., who had just been sworn in for his first term in office.  Miller says after retirement effective April first, he plans to pursue a career in the private sector.  [Chief Miller was a Region Newsmakers guest in 2013]


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