Craig Miles has been an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Criminology, Law, and Society since 2017. He is currently a Special Agent in Charge with the Department of Transportation Office of Inspector General. Prior to his employment with the Department of Transportation, he was a Special Agent with the Department of Justice and the United States Secret Service. As an agent with the Secret Service, he was assigned to the Vice Presidential Protective Division, William Clinton Protective Division, and the Richmond Field Office. While working in the Richmond Field Office, he was temporarily assigned to the Federal Bureau of Investigation Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Craig started his law enforcement career with the Henrico County Division of Police in Virginia. His employment with the Division of Police included assignments in Uniform Operations as a supervisor, in Traffic Safety as a Crash Investigator, and in Research and Development as the Written Communications Specialist.
CRIM 410: Criminal Investigations
CRIM 462: Law Enforcement and Homeland Security
CRIM 306: Criminal Justice Ethics
CRIM 475: Theory and Politics of Terrorism
CRIM 514: Legal and Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice
CRIM 513: Leadership in Justice Organizations
M.P.A., Virginia Commonwealth University
B.A. (Government), College of William and Mary
2021 Missouri Psychological Association Conference: Police Candidate & Pre-Employment Assessment
2021 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Virtual Conference: Engendering Change in Policing: One Community at a Time
Blacks in I/O Psychology, I/O Community Call Series: Addressing Systematic Issues in Law Enforcement Workplaces