Chief of Police
Chief of Police Walt Miller’s tenure as Chief began in February 2022, and currently he leads Burlington County’s largest police agency.
Chief Miller began his career in law enforcement in 1996 after his graduation from the Gloucester County Police Academy. During this tenure with the Evesham Police Department, he served as a Captain, in both the Operations and Administrative Divisions. He has also served as a Lieutenant commanding various Bureaus throughout the Agency, including Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Administrative, Support Services and Operations. Prior to his promotion to Lieutenant, he served as a Sergeant in the Criminal Investigations Bureau, a Detective, a Narcotic’s Investigator for the Burlington County Narcotic’s Task Force and the New Jersey State Police Narcotic’s Task Force, as well as a Patrolman.
Prior to his employment with the Evesham Township Police Department, he served as a Police Officer for the Amtrak Police Department, assigned to the Philadelphia Field Office. During his career, he has proudly served for two Nationally Accredited Law Enforcement Agencies.
Chief Miller is an Accredited Command Executive through the New Jersey Chiefs of Police Association. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Law/Justice from Rowan University and a Master of Administrative Science Degree from Farleigh Dickinson University. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, Session #267 in Quantico, VA. He is also a graduate of the FBI’s Law Enforcement Executive Development Mid-Atlantic Training, held at Princeton University, is a graduate of Penn State University’s Police Officer Law Enforcement Executive Training, he is a Certified Public Manager through Rutgers University and is a graduate of the Police Executive Institute.
Chief Miller is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the New Jersey Chiefs of Police Association, the Burlington County Chiefs of Police Association, the National Academy Associates, the FBI’s Law Enforcement Executive Development Association, the American Society of Public Administration and the Burlington County 200 Club.
Chief Miller also serves as a Senior Adjunct Professor at the Rowan College of Burlington County and is a professor at the Rutgers University School of Public Affairs and Administration.
Chief Miller is very active in the Evesham Community. He is active in the Marlton Rec Council, where he serves as a Trustee, and is the past President. He is the President of the Evesham Heroes Fund and is a Trustee for the nonprofit, Hands Uniting Generations.
Chief Walt Miller prides himself through his work towards building public trust, while we together, make Evesham Township a great place to live, work and play.