The Kansas City Chiefs announced this week that the club has hired Jeffrey Miller to serve as the team’s Vice President of Security.
Miller previously served as the Senior VP and Chief Security Officer for the NFL in New York, leading and supervising all aspects of security for the league, including investigative programs and services, event security, game integrity programs, executive protection, fan conduct initiatives and stadium security programs. In 2013, Miller was named one of Security magazine’s Most Influential People in Security.
With the Chiefs, Miller will be responsible for developing and managing all safety and security plans and programs for all facets of club operations, including facility security, event day safety, vendor-operated security and traffic procedures, and team security.
“We are excited to add Jeff to our executive team in this new role, and we welcome his family to Chiefs Kingdom,” said Chiefs President Mark Donovan in a press release. “Enhancing the fan experience is a constant focus for us and safety and venue security play an important part. Jeff’s wealth of experience at the league level combined with international experience on the front lines of law enforcement will undoubtedly help shape safety and security for all fans and all events at Arrowhead Stadium.”