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Friday, October 28, 2016
Sheriff Phil Miller
Sheriff Phil Miller
Sheriff Phil Miller 

Phil Miller
6840 West Church Street
Douglas County Sheriff's Department
Douglasville, Georgia 30134
Phone: 770.942.2121

Phil Miller was born in Douglas County, Georgia, in 1952. He attended school here and has worked in Law Enforcement in Douglas County for the last 29 years. He has been married to Gloria Hunter, a Douglas County native, for 26 years. They have a son, Josh, age 17, who attends Alexander High School and a daughter, Whitney, age 13, who attends Fairplay Middle School.

Sheriff Miller is the son of Syble Miller and the late Thad Miller, who retired as Chief of Police of the Douglasville Police Department. Phil has been a member of Douglas Chapel Church of God for the last 38 years.

Phil is a member of the Douglas County Chamber of Commerce, the Chapel Hills Golden K (Kiwanis Club), Fairplay Middle School Advisory Council, Flint Hill Masonic Lodge, FBI National Academy Associates, ROCIC (Regional Organized Crime Information Center), and GSIN (Georgia State Intelligence Network). He is a member of the Ga. and National Sheriff's Association and serves on the legislative committee for the Ga. Sheriff's Association.

Phil is graduate of the FBI National Academy, and the The Georgia Police Academy, and has thousands of hours training in most phases of law enforcement and management. Phil helped develop the DARE program, the school resource officer program and the GREAT program in Douglas County. He is especially interested in our children and our schools. He wants to restore and maintain the feeling of safety and confidence our children and their parents lost as a result of the terrible tragedy that occurred at Columbine, in Arkansas, Rockdale County, and other areas of the country.

He has helped investigate most of the major crimes that have occurred in Douglas County over the last 25 years. He has extensive training and experience in investigations and the Courtroom. He spent 16 years in the Detective Division, leaving as Major of the Detective Division to become Chief Deputy in 1990. Miller was second in command of the Sheriff's Office, under both Sheriff Lee and Sheriff Waldrop, until He resigned in 2000 to run for Sheriff.

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