HARRISBURG, Pa. -- The Pennsylvania State Police chief who guided the agency through the Amish schoolhouse murders will leave to direct the NFL's strategic security program.
Col. Jeffrey Miller says he'll work on issues involving the integrity of the game -- from fan conduct to security planning.
Gov. Ed Rendell appointed Miller as state police commissioner in 2003.
Three years later, Miller was thrust into the international media spotlight after a gunman murdered five girls at a one-room Amish schoolhouse. He was praised for balancing the public's need for information and the Amish community's desire for privacy.