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Crisis Coordination: Law Enforcement Challenges in Washington, D.C.

With Matthew Miller, Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Secret Service Washington Field Office, and Jeffrey Carroll, Assistant Chief of Police, Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department. 

When: March 23, 7:00 pm -8:30 pm (ET) 

Where: Online Offering

Students accepted to the program will receive a package of tea by mail (location permitting) 

Applications due Monday, March 15 at 11:59 pm.

About the Facilitators

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Matthew S. Miller, a native of Hazelton, PA, has 24 years of experience with the Secret Service involving criminal investigations and protective security. He served as a Regular Army officer in the United States Army for five years before accepting a position as a Special Agent in the Miami Field Office. Over the course of his career, he has been assigned to the Miami Field Office, West Palm Beach Resident Office, Counterfeit Division, Presidential Protective Division, the White House’s Homeland Security Council, Washington Field Office, Office of Human Resources and Training, and Dignitary Protective Division

In April 2011, he was promoted to Assistant Special Agent in Charge and assigned as the U.S.
government’s National Special Security Event coordinator responsible for all interagency planning and
coordination for the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, FL. In February of 2013, he was credentialed as an Assistant Attaché to the U.S. Embassy to the Republic of Italy where he served as both the Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Rome Field Office, and as an Economics Officer in the U.S. Embassy’s Economics Section. He served as a Deputy Assistant Director for the Office of Protective Operations from 2017 until 2019 with a portfolio covering budget and special projects, as well as Presidential and Vice Presidential Protection, prior to his selection to head the Service’s Washington Field Office.

He graduated from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service in Washington,
D.C., with a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service, and received a Master of Science in National
Resource Strategy from the National Defense University’s Industrial College of the Armed Forces.

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Jeffery Carroll currently serves as the Assistant Chief of Police, managing the Homeland Security Bureau (HSB) of the Washington D.C Metropolitan Police Department. His position is one of five Executive Command Staff positions that are responsible for the implementation of goals and objectives set by the Chief of Police and Mayor of the District of Columbia. Assistant Chief Carroll oversees the Special Operations Division, the Joint Strategic and Tactical Analysis Command Center Division, and the Joint Terrorism Task Force Office. As part of his duties, Assistant Chief Carroll oversees all First Amendment Demonstrations, Intelligence Operations, and Special Events handled by the Metropolitan Police Department.

Before being named Assistant Chief of HSB, he served as the Special Operations Division (SOD)Commander and the Commander of the Third Police District. Assistant Chief Carroll has held various positions within MPD, including Captain in the Sixth Police District and SOD Captain, Lieutenant in the Third Police District, Sergeant in the First Police District and the Office of the Assistant Chief of the Patrol Services and School Security Bureau. Assistant Chief Carroll began his career with MPD as a patrol officer assigned to the Third Police District. 

Assistant Chief Carroll graduated from Towson University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and Anthropology in 2002. He earned a graduate certificate in Criminal Justice Education from the University of Virginia and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy. Assistant Chief Carroll received a Master’s Degree in Security and Safety Leadership from The George Washington University. He is also a graduate of the Naval Postgraduate School, Center for Homeland Defense and Security, Executive Leaders Program.