Bob Miller is an Adjunct Professor with the Department of Public Administration, at the California State University San Bernardino. He teaches graduate courses on Emergency Management and Management of Public Organizations. Mr. Miller had served for nearly 28 years in Law Enforcement. Mr. Miller served as the Chief of Police for the City of Colton from 2007-2011. During his tenure as Police Chief, he also served as Interim City Manager in 2009.
Upon Mr. Miller’s retirement in 2011, he had worked for the law firm of Best, Best & Krieger as a public safety specialist. In that role, Mr. Miller worked with cities on police issues, such as policy development involving police Use of Force cases and ethics and integrity issues. In 2012, Mr. Miller was a presenter at the Wisconsin Police Chief’s Training Conference. Mr. Miller spoke on, “Policing with Catastrophically Reduced Budgets.”
Mr. Miller is a graduate of the University of Redlands and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Management, as well as a Master’s Degree in Management.
Mr. Miller is a retired member of the California Police Chiefs Association. He is also active in his community. Mr. Miller serves on the Yucaipa Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors; he is co-chair of the Government relations committee.
PA 670 Emergency Management
PA 664 Management of Public Organizations
PA 380 Introduction to Public Administration