The Oldham County Police Department recognized Roger Miller, owner of Automation Labs, for his unparalleled support of that department and the citizens of Oldham County. Over the years Mr. Miller has designed electronic circuitry for several control units and in early 1990's began doing contract design work for an emergency vehicle equipment manufacturer. Shortly thereafter, he decided to pursue this on a full-time basis. In 1994 Automation Labs contracted with Code 3/Public Safety Equipment Company of St. Louis to design electronic circuitry for sirens and other emergency vehicle equipment. Roger Miller’s designs can be found around the world.
As a resident of Oldham County, Mr. Miller selected the Oldham County Police to evaluate his electronic design of emergency equipment. This relationship has been beneficial to Automation Labs, the Oldham County Police Department and the tax payers of Oldham County. It has allowed Roger to see his product working in the field and has benefited Oldham County with a monetary savings in excess of $57,000. Over the past eight years Automation Labs along with Code Three Manufacturing has donated bar lights, control heads, siren speakers and rear deck lights.
On behalf of the grateful sworn
personnel of the Oldham County Police Department, Chief Michael Griffin
presented Roger Miller with “The Spirit of the Duke” Award, a replica military
.45 automatic pistol with a John Wayne logo and the pins of all the military
branches of the armed service. Mr. Miller’s son, Ilyia, is a veteran officer
with the Oldham County Police.
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