Sen. Tim Scott presents Congressional honor to Bennettsville police chief
BENNETTSVILLE, S.C. (WPDE) — U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R) presented Bennettsville Police Chief Kevin Miller with a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for his invaluable and meritorious service as a first responder in the State of South Carolina.
The letter read:
"It is an honor to recognize you for your service to your community. Your courage and loyalty demonstrates your commitment to the people of South Carolina.
"Thank you for the sacrifices that you and your family make every day in order to make South Carolina a better place to work and leave. I appreciate your continued dedication to your position.”
Miller has served as the Bennettsville police chief for the past four years, but he's worked in law enforcement for nearly 20 years.
Some of his many accomplishments include the following:
- Top gun award 2001 MTC Police Academy
- South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Officer of the Year for three straight years.
- FBI Executive Leadership graduate
Miller also has a master's degree in criminal justice and justice administration as well as works as an adjunct professor at North Eastern Technical College (NETC) in Chesterfield County.
Miller said he loves working in law enforcement and helping the community.
By: Tonya Brown
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