Maj. Lemuel H. Miller III named CPD assistant chief

kedgerson@ledger-enquirer.comDecember 14, 2013 

The Columbus Police Department will appoint Maj. Lemuel H. Miller III assistant chief during a Dec. 23 ceremony, according to a news release.

Miller, a 41-year veteran of the police department, currently serves as the commander of the Office of Professional Standards. He has previously served in Patrol and Investigative Services.

The ceremony will be held on Dec. 23 at 9 a.m. in the Basement Training Room of the Public Safety Building, 510 10th St.

The Columbus Police Department has been without an assistant chief since October 2012, when Charlie Rowe retired.

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