Jerry Miller

Jerry Miller is the Executive Director of the Institute for Traffic Safety Management & Research, University at Albany SUNY. He has been with the Institute for 7 years. The Institute was established in 1978 to provide a link between the State University of New York and New York State government to facilitate the application of academic expertise to the mitigation of traffic safety issues. From its inception, the Institute has played a key role in developing legislative and programmatic countermeasures for major highway safety issues.

Prior to joining the Institute, Jerry worked in various capacities for the State of New York for 15 years. The majority of that time was at the NYS Division of Criminal Justice, Office of Public Safety. He was a Program Manager within the law enforcement training division overseeing the development of curriculum and the delivery of training statewide. Jerry was also employed within the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles, Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee where he oversaw the State’s impaired driving program and was the State Coordinator of the Drug Evaluation and Classification Program.

Jerry began his professional career as a Police Officer from 1993 – 2001 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. His education consists of a Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice, and a Master of Public Administration.