OLDHAM COUNTY POLICE PRESENT APPRECIATION
AWARD TO MARK L. MILLER, COMMISSIONER OF
THE KENTUCKY STATE POLICE
The Oldham County Police Department recently made a recognition award presentation to Mark L. Miller, the newly appointed Commissioner of the Kentucky State Police. The award was made in acknowledgement of Mr. Miller’s support of the OCPD, while he was still with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Kentucky.
On 3/19/04, Mr. Miller was recognized by his peers and representatives of various agencies for his role as an Assistant U. S. Attorney, during which time he served briefly as the U. S. Attorney for the Western District. OCPD Chief Michael Griffin and Detective Kevin Nuss presented Commissioner Miller with a collector’s knife with accompanying inscription.
Mr. Miller’s contributions to the OCPD consisted of being a guest lecturer at the Oldham County Police Citizens’ Academy, assisting in a grant provision wherein the OCPD obtained equipment vital to their operation and he oversaw drug prosecutions that arose out of investigations conducted by the Oldham County Police.
Chief Griffin acknowledged that while Mr. Miller dealt with much larger agencies on a regular basis, he did not let smaller agencies get lost in the maze. “Mark Miller’s professionalism and dedication to all citizens of Kentucky has had a direct and positive impact on the good people of Oldham County and we wanted him to know that his efforts on our behalf were appreciated,” Chief Griffin stated. “The Oldham County Police believe that Mark Miller will distinguish himself as Commissioner of the State Police every bit as well as he did with the U. S. Attorney’s Office and we look forward to the opportunity to work with him in his new role.”
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