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Sergeant Carla Miller is a graduate of Florida State University in Tallahassee, where in 2000 she remained to serve as a Florida Capitol Police Officer. In 2001, Sergeant Miller began her career with the Coral Springs Police Department, serving in Road Patrol, Street Intelligence Unit and the Strategic Enforcement Team.
In 2009, Miller was promoted to the rank of sergeant and supervised Road Patrol before transferring to the Youth Liaison Unit (YLU) in 2012. While serving as the YLU supervisor, Sergeant Miller developed and coordinated the active killer training for Broward County School staff. During that time, she began developing policy with Broward County Fire Rescue personnel for active killer response from EMS personnel. In addition, she wrote and implemented a curriculum for high school students to identify potential law enforcement candidates and provide a path to a career in the criminal justice through education and mentoring.
Sergeant Miller has been responsible for the training for 222 sworn personnel and 100 civilians for the department since 2014. When she assumed supervisory position in training, Sergeant Miller implemented Rescue Task Force Training and Unified Command. Coral Springs trained with five surrounding Fire Rescue jurisdictions in active killer response. Most notably, Sergeant Miller reintroduced physical fitness training with functional drills, which are job- related and physically demanding. Sergeant Miller developed the policy on fitness, tactics and treatment, ensuring our officers were better prepared and equipped to respond to catastrophic injury. This included the purchase of trauma kits and ballistic helmets. During her tenure in training, Sergeant Miller created community-based training scenario events to educate the public about police training, use of force and discretionary shooting. She is an instructor for numerous police-related trainings, which include Active Shooter, Defensive Tactics, Firearms, Taser, SIMS and B-Con. Sergeant Miller is also a certified personal trainer.
As the Public Information Officer for the department, Sergeant Miller is a member of the Florida Association of Public Information Officers (FAPIO) Deployment Team. She was an Honor Guard member for six years and serves as the Assistant Director for the Broward County Police Memorial Association. As the daughter of a slain Miami-Dade Police Officer, it is a passion project in which Sergeant Miller has been involved with for nearly 10 years.
Sergeant Miller was one of the first-responders to enter the 1200 building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL on February 14, 2018, and has remained actively involved in teaching civilians bleeding control response to mass causality incidents.
Sergeant Carla Miller is credited by her peers in sworn testimony provided to investigators from the MSD Public Safety Commission, for providing comprehensive training in active shooter and mass casualty response (bleeding control). This repetitive training led officers to rely on their training, without hesitation, to respond to one of the worst mass casualty incidents in the nation providing life-saving rescue at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14, 2018.