Lance Miller is a Senior Criminal Justice Technology Advisor for RTI who primarily works with the Criminal Justice Testing and Evaluation Consortium where he serves as the Project Lead for the National Institute of Justice’s Compliance Testing Program (NIJ CTP), developing overarching policy and procedure for the operation of the CTP. Mr. Miller has over 25 years of experience in managing criminal justice technology projects, compliance testing programs, and developing standards and test methods. He has written numerous reports on equipment testing of criminal justice technology and is an experienced presenter, having been invited to speak at professional conferences and workshops and to law enforcement agencies and academies.
Mr. Miller is a former law enforcement officer who worked in the police department in Brunswick, Maryland. He got his start as a patrol officer and eventually became chief of police. Mr. Miller was recognized for his work in community relations and crime prevention with a Governor’s Crime Prevention Award in 1990 and was named the American Legion’s 40 and 8 Society’s “Law Officer of the Year” for Maryland in 1993.