Chief Robert Miller's career with the Parma Police Department began in January 1983 and he was appointed Chief of Police in January 2011. As of August 1, 2013, the department has ninety-nine (99) sworn officers, twenty-three (23) civilian employees, fourteen (14) dispatchers , twenty-seven (27) corrections officers, and seventy-three (73) school guards. The officers patrol approximately twenty square miles serving approximately eighty thousand residents.
The Chief of Police must ensure effective and efficient administration of justice through the use of current technology and equipment, modern policing techniques, crime analysis, and relevant training for all officers.
Chief Miller is a 2004 graduate of the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command, and a 2009 graduate of the FBI National Academy, 237th Session in Quantico, Virginia.