CBS News Veteran May Leave the Network to Join the Police Force

Dec 16, 2013  •  Post A Comment

A senior correspondent for CBS News may leave the network and go into police work full time. The New York Post’s Page Six reports that John Miller is in talks to exit CBS and rejoin Bill Bratton at the New York Police Department.

"Miller has twice left the news business to serve under Bratton, first in the NYPD and later during the veteran top cop’s stint as commissioner of the Los Angeles Police Department,” the piece reports.

Miller has appeared frequently on “CBS This Morning” and the “CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley” in the past two years, discussing national security and crime.

A spokesman for CBS News declined to comment.

In between his stints in law enforcement, Miller has also been in the news divisions of NBC and ABC.

"In January 2003, he was summoned again by Bratton and headed the LAPD’s counterterrorism and criminal intelligence units," the story reports. "While there, Miller launched the Automated Critical Asset Management System, a terror-target risk-assessment program that’s now used by several other states."

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  1. How is a television journalist qualified to be Chief of LAPD’s counterterrorism and criminal intelligence units? SMH

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